Monday, May 26, 2014

A summer of change

 Mara turned 4.

I love those froggy boots!
 The babies take a trip.

Opa is doing his job well.






And, I am going to teach 3 days a week, this summer at the Community College in Troy NC.
I will keep you up when I can, but this looks like it will be a busy summer.




14 comments:

smartcat said...

It's hard to believe that Mara is 4! She's becoming such a big girl!
The babies look like snuggle bunnies!
Sounds like you have your work cut out for you this summer. I'm sure you'll be wondering what you did with all your 'free' time!

Dennis Allen said...

Teaching sounds like a great adventure.

Anna M. Branner said...

I have a soft spot in my heart for grandfathers called Opa. :) And have you taught before? Bet it will be great!

cookingwithgas said...

Oh, they are all snuggle bunnies.
Nothing feels better than a bundle of baby.

I have taught there before.
New students, New challenges.

Trish said...

A summer of fun changes, and additions.. The gift of grandchildren.. enjoy..and, yes, keep us posted. :).. cheers, T.

Gary's third pottery blog said...

oh, babies :)

Lori Buff said...

A summer teaching job sounds like fun. Enjoy it.

Laurie said...

Such sweet little ones! Life is all about change, isn't it? These all sound like good ones!

Judy Shreve said...

What lucky students! And a great change in routine! Love those napping 'Opa' and baby pictures. Snuggling baby breath is the best!
And Mara is really 4 already?

Sandy miller said...

Oh to dance in froggy boots...... wish they made them in size 10 ....

The pictures you have been posting with Mark and those babies are just the best! Makes my heart soften a bit :)

Teaching, bet your a damn fine teacher. Hope you are blessed with damn fine students! Makes the job a bit easier. All the best on the new paths life leads you.......

Michèle Hastings said...

Congrats on the teaching gig!

Those babies have grown, but they still are so sweet and tiny.

cookingwithgas said...

Day one is done and I think we all enjoyed it- now let's see how the summer goes!

smalltownme said...

Little darlings!

Linda Starr said...

oh the little ones, how sweet, congrats on the teaching gig