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Another Year, Another Memorial School Picture








My prompt:  First day of school!


Ann Again and again - Another Year, Another Memorial School Picture

Lily - Last year, 6th Grade










Ann Again and again - Another Year, Another Memorial School Picture

Katie - Last year, H.S. Freshman
Mama's Losin' It



Ann Again and again - Another Year, Another Memorial School Picture
      
Slight difference in a year.  Our 7th grader and High School Sophomore.  Wow.

It doesn't matter how old they are,  I still cried when I came home.

I'm not sad for them getting older, the tears aren't from loneliness.  The fear factor does creep in and I do my best to keep those thoughts away from my heart.  I truly feel love for these little beings and am so grateful to have them in my life.  

I wish them a peaceful, productive school year.

And, I hope they don't need me to help with their math homework!

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3 comments:

  1. You are the second Mom today that has hoped they would not be asked to help with math. I wasn't good in school but somehow picked it up later. I hope you survived the first week of school this year.

    http://frogslop.com/2013/09/mama-kats-workshop-you-know-youre-getting-old-because/

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  2. It is such a contradicting feeling. On one hand I love that my daughters are getting older but I think it s the saddness of how fast it goes that brings the tears. I wouldn't be much help on math homework either.
    Angela @ Time with A & N

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  3. I had to stop helping with math around 5th grade.

    It does go fast, but each age is better than the last one.

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