We’re headed to Coeur d’Alene to watch Annarose pole vault. This is her last regular high school track meet. Track and pole vaulting have been wonderful and she has enjoyed them so much; it’s a bittersweet day. Can you believe how strong she looks in that picture?
High school went by so quickly (young mamas, trust me on this – it is so fast). With all that was going on with her siblings’ needs, I missed so much of Annarose’s school years and my heart is sad. I don’t want to miss a thing this last month.
We’re scrambling to get graduation announcements ordered and mailed (I know, I know – we’re really late). The date for her party was just set, and it needs to be planned. I want to let go of the panicky feeling and truly love doing this with and for her. She’s an amazing girl and wonderful daughter – I want her to know how precious she is to us.
I’m laughing a little that this post follows one about scaling back and stepping away from the frenzy of life. At least I’m committing to the essential and letting go of the optional.
All for today, friends. I loved hearing from you in the comments of my last post. Your lives are so interesting! Thanks for taking a moment to share. If you didn’t comment, I asked everyone what is coming up in May for you – take a moment to share with us.
Encourage one another,
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