I got distracted this morning and I am afraid I don’t have a good blog. I did finish cutting the ornaments yesterday, but with the 4th of July holiday and all, I got thinking this morning about my kids and the many Independence Days of the past when they were growing up.
I started looking through some pictures that I wanted to share of them, and I took a long trip down memory lane. That stuff happens. While I am organized to a point now, one thing that isn’t very organized is that I have a small box loaded with pictures of the kids when they were young. I started sifting through that box and before I knew it, the morning has passed and I hadn’t yet begun to write.
So today, I will pass on the blog. I will however share some pictures of my kids on a past 4th of July holiday. Here is Phil in his desert storm outfit:
And Danielle in her patriotic outfit:
They will probably kill me if they see these. But that is OK. It is a moms’ prerogative to do things like this. I used to make all their clothes when they were young – even Phils.
They grow up so fast and I truly enjoyed reliving those memories while sifting through the photos. I am so happy that I decided to do so.
I wish you all a happy day today. if you are in the USA and celebrating the 4th – stay safe!
I promise to have some pictures of the project tomorrow.
-- Designer/Artist/Teacher. Owner of Sheila Landry Designs (http://www.sheilalandrydesigns.com) Scroll saw, wood working and painting patterns and surfaces. "Knowledge is Power"