Here are a few purchases that I’ve made recently that I am loving!
New Balance 996 sneakers in grey/silver.
Salutation Jogger in black camo.
Here’s a few highlights of our Christmas celebrations…Christmas lights and our candlelight Christmas Eve service.
This school year has certainly been a crazy one! My daughter hasn’t stepped foot in a classroom since the middle of March. Middle school sports were all canceled this Fall, but her pom squad was still allowed to meet and practice for competitions that are held outside of school. This has been one constant thing in her life this school year that is keeping her motivated!
Unfortunately, the first of their three competitions was canceled. The second one took place as scheduled (without spectators), but her squad had to drop out at the last minute due to an injury on their team. The third competition was virtual this year. The girls recorded their routine and submitted their video last weekend. We find out the results this coming weekend.
I took photos of all of the girls at the beginning of November. These are Maddie’s. I can’t believe how much she has changed over the past year. Having braces on definitely changed her smile!
Apparently I’m a terrible blogger. I did not even realize that I haven’t posted anything since May of 2019! I mean, I realize that 2020 has been a crazy year, but I didn’t realize that it had been over a year since I logged on to this little page of mine.
As with many of you, I’m sure, a lot has happened with our family over the past year. I’ll do an update post soon, but for today, I’m sharing a Fall playlist that I just put together. The temperatures have dropped, the leaves have all changed colors and are falling from the trees. Most nights I just want to curl up on the couch with a blanket and relax. These songs all help me to unwind. I hope you enjoy!
And just like that, the school year is over. I’m not going to lie, I have been ready for summer for weeks now! The end of the school year is always so jam-packed with activities. I just get worn out. Add to it that this was my daughter’s last year in elementary school. (I’m not crying, you’re crying!)