Thursday, July 29, 2010

This is my 100th blog post.

And all I have to share are random thoughts.

We are home from our two week stay in Wisconsin. We had so much fun. It was the kind of trip that was good for the soul. I saw my 93 year old grandmother and when I hugged her all was right with the world. I drove down to the Chicago area and saw my best friend and her beautiful babies. Her daughter Sophia and Myka are the same age. I just know that they are going to be the best of friends someday. We were even able to squeeze in a photo shoot while I was there. But More on that later.

School starts in Two weeks !! I cant the song " its the Most wonderful time of the year " out of my head. it may not really be the MOST wonderful time of the year, but its darn close. I am anxious for the routine of school to start back up again. 

Myka learned how to crawl out of her crib !! This has put a whole new spin on bed time. I know its time for a big girl bed but I need to baby proof her room first. *sigh* I really enjoyed having some where to put her when I needed her to stay put.

On the flight back from Wisconsin I sat next to the man who owns all the dunkin donuts in the valley. He was very nice. He didn't complain once that Ashlynn and Myka kept switching seats with each other. Or that Ashlynn had to go to the rest room five times. He even laughed when Myka asked him to rub her tummy. ( he then informed her that mommy would be better at it ).

back to the reason for this blog The pictures,

We did this shoot in Libertyville. The town I grew up in, on the street me and My best friend both grew up on. It was the perfect street to be a kid on. It was the kind of neighborhood where people knew their  neighbors and the kids played together from sun up to sun down.

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2 comments:

Robin Norgren said...

welcome home dear friend! I am looking forward to seeing you REAL SOON....

Helen said...

What great shots of America as it should be!

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