Wow. We are becoming regular little farmers. All we need is a tractor (and we REALLY do need one).
Every Southern child is required (by law, almost) to attend Vacation Bible School until they cannot attend any longer. And even then, they are probably in the youth group and they have to “volunteer” to help with Bible School. So pretty much from age 3 until age 18 you are stuck going to or working Bible School! And then when you get to be a grown-up with kids, you send your kid and (ideally) you would volunteer to be a teacher or serve snacks or something like that.
Happy Angel Day, Charlie!
Try to say THAT 5 times as fast as you can. Can’t do it? Well, Henry can and he did about 500 times yesterday.
Friday was the last day of Henry’s first year at Montessori of Macon. To celebrate, the parents got together and decided we were going to have a picnic. So we each brought food and blankets and drinks and celebrated. The kids all got some bubbles. Miss Diedra and Miss Julia enjoyed themselves. I think they were sad that this great group is leaving them. All the kids – Mason, Chris, Carter, Henry, Daria, Oriane, Sophia, John and Martin – were so special and they all loved each other so much. They will be moving up together, though. The sad part is that Oriane’s family is moving to Las Vegas. The kids are going to miss her so much.