Congratulations! Although it must be hard to have the "baby" graduating... I know it was harder than I expected when my "baby" graduated a 5 years ago. Wow, where did THAT time go!~Chris
Congrats to Mallory! How wonderful to have her Grandfather celebrating with her, too. That's incredibly special. And hearty congrats to two parents for doing the job well!
So sweet. And life gives you a new season with adult children. It's amazing to see all your "work" unfold in your kids in their adult lives.
Congrats! What a joyous celebration. Hope your wrist is better and less painful. I was diagnosed with neuralgia several years ago and it comes and goes. Tried cortisone (sp?!) shots but the relief was temporary. What's amazing is that the pain stops as suddenly as it starts. Hang in there, it will get better. -- Jan
A belated congratulations to your daughter. I know she will do wonderful things with her life. xo Laura
Hi Lisa, Yeah for Mallory!! congratulations to her and you. Time sure flys doesn't it. Have a sweet day, Elizabeth
It's amazing to see our children graduate. I have now seen all of my seven graduate and all fourteen of the grandchildren. I have to wonder if I will be alive to see the great grandchildren graduate. She is just beautiful. You will be an empty nester soon.. :) YIKES! Just kidding. Big hugs to you, sweet friend..and congratulations to Mallory and to both of you! GOOD JOB!
Lisa, I tried to email you but for some reason it wouldn't take me to a place to do that.. You haven't blogged for a long time..I do that too..but I just wanted to check and make sure all is well!Love,Mona
Okay...are you still icing? It's been much too long since we've heard from you...I'm breaking every one of my self-imposed rules to come nag you this way.
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