Happy Labor Day, 2007!

old-picture-girls-knitting.jpgToday is a glorious, sunny day and my last day of ‘freedom from summer’s relaxation’, but I’m OK with that. Yesterday a friend from my Sunday school class gifted “The Ghana Project” with 28 knitted squares and 5 crocheted afghans from her granddaughter-it seems the “Project” is gaining momentum; I’m thrilled! Today will be spent relaxing with knitting (perhaps while sitting out in the sun) and totally enjoying my last moments before the struggles and hectic beginnings of school for both of my boys; one is going back to tech. school (very early mornings) and the other is embarking upon a totally new road: Public school/8th grade. I envision tomorrow morning as one of harried rushings and last minute decisions. I’ll be eager to hear his first comments on what he thought of the school, kids, teachers, subjects and all that will now encompass his days. (a brief interjection here) I’m sure that both of his older brothers will be a bit envious as I never allowed them to go to public school, but then, I wasn’t going on 60 while they were being homeschooled and suffering from ‘total brain meltdown’, either! I will continue to report how this ‘public school experiment’ is going.

Think I’ll make this ‘short and sweet’ (as opposed to my ‘usual’ looooooong entries! grin inserted here);

Hugs;

Pammie

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