It is hard to believe that our last child is a senior in high school. How quickly you forget the busy schedule and the long list of things that have to be done during that year. Our daughter graduated three years ago so I have had just enough time to forget all of the craziness.
We only have a few weeks left before graduation and the to do list is still growing. This weekend was senior recital. Our son plays percussion in the band. He has been fortunate to have a large group of encouragers that have watched him grow not only as a young man but in his musical endeavors. Sunday he had a recital at our church to give something back to those that have walked with him on this great journey. The performance was incredible. Words can not describe our gratitude for all those who attended and those who were unable to come. As a mother I am deeply grateful that God has surrounded my kids with loving and encouraging people.
My posts may be rather slim and random over the next few weeks as we wind down this senior year and close this chapter of our lives. But we are excited about the new chapter that will be opening with two kids in college. I look forward to new beginnings not only for our children but for our family.
Thanks for being patient with the ramblings of a mother and I promise I will try to keep them to a minimum.