Below, Andy is about one year old.
And again, as a Senior in High School. Can you believe how handsome he is? Yes, that's a National Honor Society pin on his lapel, and Yes, he was the President of his High School. Man, I sure hope I'm not in big trouble now. That's why I love posting these WAY late at night...it's too late to ask permission. : ) Love you, big brother!
If you remember, last Wednesday was the actual day we started moving my mom. It was a very emotional and stressful day. Thank heavens for the little Ballet Recital, so that I could get my mom out of the old apartment and get her mind off all that was going on.
Above, is my daughter, Emily, and another instructor greeting my mom before the recital.
Emily, instructing the children in all the different positions before they actually performed their dance.
Below, little Miss G visiting with GG.
Okay, on to Thursday. Another stress filled day, due to trying to finish up all the moving and I needed to get my mom over to a Dr. appointment to finish up all the paperwork the new Caregiver needed. So on the way to the Dr., we stopped to get a couple of Dr. Peppers. My mom doesn't drink them very often anymore, because she tries to eat and drink only healthy things. But let me tell you...Thursday was a Dr. Pepper day. And boy did it bring a smile to her face when I told her so, as we pulled up to the window to order. : )
Sam, the new Caregiver, has two pugs. My mom LOVES dogs! I thought I'd snap this one for my siblings.
On Friday night, my sweet friend, Margie, came by with her puppy, Little-Bit. Margie...you're an angel!
I look tired here, but that's because................I was.Notice Little-Bit's red, white and blue hair bows. Too cute! You may have also noticed the leftover bruise above my mother's right eye. Leftover from the fall I mentioned last week. : (