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So long summer

Monday, September 02, 2013

Today is the last day of summer. I cannot believe how fast it went. Time just goes too fast anymore. Tomorrow is the first day of school for my kids. My oldest son will be a FRESHMAN in high school!!! How on earth did that happen??? Of course I am not aging!! LOL!! My daughter will begin 5th grade. Sigh... But it's all good. They are happy beautiful smart growing children!!!

Here is an old pic of 5th/1st grade

Now...DH with my son

My two kids together

So welcome September!!! Here we come!!
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    I had the same thought.... where has time gone. And I am too young to have kids this old!

    Hope their school year has been off to a great start!
    1659 days ago
  • FRANCO1230
    (Sigh) Always a little depressing to see summer come to an end. At least you had a few extra weeks...mine started August 12 & I went back to work the 19!!!

    Hope this first week back is off to a good start for everyone!
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    1661 days ago
    Wishing you all well....I don't have children to see the passage of time going before my eyes - but I do see it in my mother, especially having a lot of worries with her health this year, while i've now been diagnosed with 4 pain I haven't been on Spark much at all. Sounds like your year has been better though, which is great!

    Hugs, Nattacia

    1662 days ago
    My boys started high school and middle school this morning. They grow up way too fast. Here's to a wonderful year of learning and laughter! emoticon
    1662 days ago
    school started, then they had heat days like snow days but it was too hot to be indoors.
    1663 days ago
    have a happy and healthy school year.
    1663 days ago
    Oh my Gosh! Good luck to them! May you all have a wonderful and sweet year!!!

    1663 days ago
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