Tuesday, April 29, 2008


It's been 15 days since I've created a scrapbook page and I've got itchy fingers. I have the last lesson from my Jessica Sprauge class to complete, all of these great TN pictures to share, not to mention Kylie's birthday celebration.

And yesterday we drove by one of my childhood homes so that I could take this picture.

Lots of great stories to share about my life in this house.

We saw my father's mother, Kylie's other great-granny yesterday. It's very bittersweet to spend time with my elderly grandmothers. It's so hard for me to drive away when I don't know if or when I'm going to see them again. It makes me appreciate today and every moment I've got.


Ethan Barry's Momma said...

A sweet moment...On both accounts. Thanks for sharing. :)

Anonymous said...

Ive read several of your post and it's been such an inspiration to us. Your daughter is gorgeous. It's nice to know that there's people like us out there, trying to have a family just like the "normal" people in society...

Keep doing what you are doing..

"The family you come from isn't as important as the family you're going to have." -Ring Lardner

Alex @ I'm the Mom said...

I've been itching to do some scrapbooking ... I just can't get moving on it unfortunately.

You have a beautiful daughter. Bright lovely eyes! Wow.

I've found your blog through The Maven btw.

Monogram Queen said...

Hi Wendy, i've visited here via Caroline's blog a few times (lurked mostly) but I so enjoyed your TN posts. How wonderful for you all to see your families and share sweet Kylie with them. I don't have any of my Grandparents anymore and you are very lucky to have your yours and that you appreciate that fact really rocks!
Continued blessings and love to you, Karen & Kylie
P.S. Wow Karen & her brother really look alike. You can def. tell they are sibs. People used to call my brother and I "twins"!

lma said...

Isn't it funny how a childhood home looks so different and yet exactly the same?

I can't wait to see your scrapbook pages for all these photos! Sounds like you have many, many happy memories to go with them.