Her little sister missed her ceremony because she is an awesome soccer player. Year around and 5 days a week. She graduated to the Intermediate School from the Elementary school. They had a fun clap out, that I missed. I wish I could share the picture of her and Mr. Perfect hair together on the last day of school. But it is on my phone. Mr. Perfect Hair also graduated . Two of the nines.
Let me see, that's I 2, 3, 4, 5, someone is missing. Who could that be.
With her Bestie. Both their brothers moved on to the Intermediate School. I think they are excited. Mabel is the one in the dress.
Now we did have another birthday girl. My other sister in law. I love this picture from a few years ago. But she is in Aruba right now again.
For this guy, this week hasn't been a happy one.
We had a quiet spot on showings then had two on Thursday night, one on Friday night and one on Saturday. As always we do our thing, leave and come back later. This time we thought no one was here and they weren't. But as soon as I tear apart a drawer looking for something they show up an hour late. We ask for five minutes to restore the house and they come in while we sit in the car with the dog and the A/C. Still no offers.
Want to know what I was looking for in that drawer......a ring......that I placed there awhile ago. Not there. Then suddenly I remember not seeing my husband's brand new in the box, Kindle Fire. That was in my dresser. Yep, it's gone. We are still searching to see what else was missing. We will be filling a report with the Sheriff soon. If it was just the ring, I might say I forgot where I put it, but not the new Kindle. (Yes, I have misplace my old Kindle but I found it.) I might add that I have only a few things that I treasure and that are valuable. Of course this was the case with this ring. We have an idea that it was a certain person that came "alone" to show our home. He never filled out the online survey. Our realtor called him four times and he never responded. Since then he has changed real estate companies and is in our town. Not going to judge but just saying.
One other time I lost my heart shaped diamond ring, 1 1/2 carot , my husband bought it for me in St. Thomas. I looked and looked everywhere. It was strange that nothing else was taken. I suspected a friend of my son. But just a year ago I said something about it and our youngest, you know the one with all the drama, said "No, he didn't take it. I did, I gave it to Mandy and she wouldn't give it back." Mandy was a girl with Downs that he went to prom with. Well that was 10 years ago. Nice, huh. So, I do know when something is gone. My other jewelry was locked or on me.
Now, and you thought my life was always good. Nope, just glad that there are more ups than downs.