PJ turn 18-'sup? complete with brownies with cream cheese frosting (thank you little bro)
celebrating 20 years-well sorta-it always gets smushed up in there somewhere, but lovely cards nonetheless
Mother's day-see the anniversary notation-always nice to get the lovely cards.
Andrew got his braces off-finally!
Andrew celebrates "sweet"16-he used to really smile for the camera-back in the day, guess i'm glad i took photos when i did-celebrated with hot wings and pecan caramel bourbon chocolate souffle cake-omg-soooo good.
we also went bowling to celebrate.
graduation party for the seniors of our church- an eagle for Ga Southern, and GSU hat, Woody ( a childhood favorite) Lion King (PJ's favorite movie from when he was 2)-scrapbook of photos, certificates and awards, cross country shirt, baseball gove and shirt from little league, and GSU fabric for a future quilt for pj and project bag for me (how cool is that to have college fabric?!) we had 11 kids graduating from our church and 2 from college.
jean celebrates a birthday and receives lovely flowers from a friend that moved last year (we do miss lynette and charlie bunches)
this year i did something different, everyone got a balloon put on the mailbox on the day of their birthday, also added are a mother's day balloon i got from one of my bosses, and a graduation balloon for PJ. the graduation balloon has the high school logo on it which is an A with a sabre.
andrew gets his license
pj graduates from high school (this hasn't really sunk in yet)
may wrapped up with a lovely weekend, and long standing tradition at Dillard (and formerly callaway gardens), we had a party for pj, drank wine, sangria, ate great food, walked, did some knitting, played games, watched tv, and most importantly of all had a chocolate mousse throw down, i think roy was quite pleased with the dishes, and each had a special category.
Karen, Andrew, Sara and Roy (the judge)
even though the month of may is (and has always been) very hectic, i try to cherish each special day as it's own special memory. here's to getting back to a normal routine (finally!)