Once again, I'm a little bit behind schedule. It's almost April, but I'm going back to the end of February when Levi and I had an ice cream date.
Then I had a date with Ella.
Ruby lost a tooth. Good thing she has a unicorn tooth fairy pillow. :)
Charlotte participated in Peach Blossom Festival at Fresno State University. She and two friends recited a poem. I've heard about Peach Blossom Festival for years, but this was the first time I attended and she did such a good job. Three judges give them feedback when they are finished. It was so interesting.
The time changed, as it does twice a year. I don't like losing an hour of sleep and changing clocks is always an ordeal.
Caleb would have been a teenager this year. It's so hard to believe that many years have passed.
Mark took me on a coffee date.
And I joined a new club. Haha.
Chandler Airport is fairly nearby and yet in the nearly 40 years we have lived in Fresno, I have never been there.
We went there for lunch on a drizzly day. It's such a cool place--very art deco.
This looks like a potential spot for some quilt photography.
Gabe is playing T ball this year.
Snacks are an important part of being on a team.
Shannon's club volleyball team was in a tournament in Clovis a couple of weekends ago, so we went to watch one of her games. Terry and Cathy were there too.
When Shannon and Travis had gone to France a few years ago, they bought a real beret for Gabriel, knowing that he wants to be an artist. She remembered to bring it along this weekend so we could give it to him. I think he looks adorable.
These two girls are such good friends.
We actually got some rain last week, along with a rainbow.
And just last night, Levi and Jeremy were on opposing teams.
It's been a good few weeks with a lot of things going on.
I'll end with a couple of thoughts.
March 29, 2018 at 7:37 AM
Anne / Springleaf Studios
March 29, 2018 at 7:59 AM
March 29, 2018 at 2:44 PM
March 29, 2018 at 7:39 PM
It's always so fun to see your little (and growing) ones. I'm sure that not a day goes by without you thinking about the fun times you would also be enjoying with Caleb.
I see many hours ahead for you at baseball games this season. lol T-ballers are so cute.
I love that wooden bench at the airport. Stunning woodworking!
You always leave me with a chuckle. ;-)
You are just the best grammie. With them all getting older there will be more and more activities to keep you and Mark busy. And I'm sure Caleb will always be there too in your hearts. I can't even imagine being a grandparent at this point but do look forward to it in the future. Let's talk for real soon.
Your snapshots of life with your family always tell so much about that point in time, and the growing personalities of your grandkids. Treasures for now and the future in those photos.
I'll leave you with the tag line of a family friend who is a math professor: There are three kinds of people in the world, those who can count and....
I sure enjoyed reading your blog post and catching up with your family, Cindy! I read the last saying to Fred and asked him if it sounded like me! Ha! His mother always corrected my use of "me" and "I"!
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