Tuesday, September 18, 2012

'Take rest; a field that has rested gives a bountiful crop.' ~Ovid

So, September.
The good? New adventures.
The bad? Growing up.
The ugly? I can't think of a thing.
Today is a great day.
A blessing.

Do you want me to write more?
I could tell you about how Kaishon is dealing with 7th grade.
Just a little better than 6th grade.
He is not such a fan of school.

Soon I will write more.
Pinky promise.


Pumpkin Delight (Kimberly) said...

Better is good! Can't wait to hear more.

Axelle the french cook said...

I'm curious and waiting for your words ;)
I love the hair of your son !!!!

Gigi said...

Middle school is torture, don't you know?

Noe Noe Girl...A Queen of all Trades. said...

Mine just finished middle school which was a dread...he is loving high school! Love that hair!

SarahinSC said...

Ugh! Middle school is so hard! It sucks all of the life out of my son. :( I'd love to hear more about Kaishon's experiences!

Wanda said...

Our Jon, 6th grade, new school, some adjusting...thank goodness his older brother is in the 8th grade at the same school.

Everyone needs a rest time.

Tracy P. said...

That pic is so awesome! I'm glad it is a little better. It is better for Ben too. Sixth grade is so much easier for my girl than it was for my boy. Boys still need more time to play. But "they" want to pay teachers according to test scores, so it's pretty hard to think they will find much time to accommodate play. Wait, did I just get on my soap box? I hope Kaish has a few teachers who give the kids what they need.

Dina Lettre said...

Praying that 7th-grade gets better and better. XO!

Formerly known as Frau said...

Such a great picture of your baby! I hope and pray 7th is better.....((hugs))

Busy Bee Suz said...

Yes...let us know. I've been thinking of your family; hoping that he is getting through school smoothly!

photowannabe said...

Happy to hear 7th is better than 6th.
Growing up is so hard sometimes.
Perfect quote. Recharging my batteries really helps me face the next chapter...

Jim said...

Our schools are focused on catering to the mediocre not the exceptional children at both ends of the spectrum. This used to drive me bonkers back when I was a teacher.
Kaishon will survive if he doesn't die of boredom first!
Good to 'see' you Becky!!

Maggie May said...

Wow........ that is hair to die for! My hair has always been poker straight and I was told if I ate enough crusts (of bread0 my hair would grow curly. Well they lied!!!!! I yearned for curly hair.
Maggie X

Nuts in May

Abraham Lincoln said...

Our granddaughter, Audrey, who with her mother lives with us now, is also in the 7th grade. She is doing well in school and likes most of her classmates.

Twas good to see you on my blog leaving a comment.

Joanna Jenkins said...

7th grade! Time flies. Kashion is such a gorgeous guy. I love seeing your pics of him. Hope school improved for him.

xoxo jj

Rachel Reeves said...

You're so right. Each day is a blessing! I love that!

Lindsey said...

Loving all your awesome photos! You are one talented girl!