I haven’t felt much like blogging lately. Life has been a bit crazy now that school has started, and I am finding myself in the middle of a few challenges that are making being cheerful a little more difficult. One of which is my fourth child is packing up her room today and leaving for BYU in the morning. I am taking her, (driving) with a little detour through Las Vegas for our nephew’s wedding. We will get to Utah on Saturday afternoon and I will stay until late Wednesday night so I can get her settled, visit with my parents, have some fun with my sister for her birthday and see Kristen (child #3 who left to go back to BYU a few weeks ago).
And then I will fly home (leaving the car there for Kristen) probably crying all the way. But I am not the only one crying. Poor Michelle. She will be the only child left at home and isn’t all that excited about having her parent’s undivided attention for three years.
Wes is having a very hard time as well. He keeps telling me how much he is going to miss her.
Yes, we know this is a good thing. A whole world of possibilities and wonderful life experiences are in front of her. But we sure are going to miss this sweet face.
And this one. . .