There is so much going on around here and so much that could be written, but I just don’t seem to have time to write about it all. I will start with the fact that Molly had a terrific time with Josh down in Albany. She loved seeing Gran and PawPaw and GG and Uncle Tony. She played with the hospital gloves, she “cleaned” the hospital room she sat in bed with Gran, she ate at the hospital, and from what Josh said, she skipped everywhere she went. She was a happy girl with all the attention on her. I am so thankful that they were safe and had a good time. I am also so thankful that Gran is doing so well and gets to go home today.
Next big thing is that we got some snow yesterday. I was totally not impressed. IT IS MARCH. I think the time for snow would have been, oh I don’t know….Christmas Day, some time in January or maybe even Valentine’s Day. But, March 1st? C’mon now. It is time for Spring. Keep your snow until next winter, ‘kay?
We “braved the storm” and went to church last night so that we could see Ruby sing on the big stage! She told me several times that she was afraid of getting on the big stage and being up so high. I tried to comfort her and not make a big deal out of it. She ended up doing GREAT, and she really liked it up there with all her friends and with such a big audience watching her sing.
Here are some pictures from our big snow day in March AND Ruby singing. Katherine is her best little friend, in the blue dress…her mom, Mary, picked our seats and did a GREAT JOB. We had the perfect seats to see our cuties singing together. (That is…until someone in the vicinity began passing gas….it was near hilarious, and if we weren’t so close I could have fell out of my chair in laughter, but I decided to be a grown-up about the situation….did I just type that in my blog? Oh dear…)
We were so proud of Ruby. Molly wanted to know when she gets to be on the big stage. She wasn’t satisfied with the answer, but next year she and Ruby will be up there together. So sweet! They are growing up. These really are fun times.