Tuesday, September 8, 2009

I wanted to catch up on some of my blogging. Actually I doubt I could ever "catch up" but I start again and write down some of the happening in my and my families lives.

Today was the first day of school for all three of my kids. It was Christopher's first day of Kindergarten and the first time he is riding a bus to school. I would pick up and drive him to his preschool at the High School. He went to Falcon Nest preschool sponsored by the High School which is free and the students learn how to teach and interact with children. He went on the bus with absolutely no fuss. He slept good last night and didn't seem overly anxious about going. He asked about it a couple of times but it's like he resigned himself to having to go. I truly hope and pray that he likes it and that he thrives and finds new friends there.

Louis is now a Senior. We are in the process of preparing for college. I would like him to attend Brookdale at least for the first two years. It's a beautiful campus that is close by and he can still live at home. As much as I wish it weren't, money is an issue. We just can't afford thousands and thousands of dollars to send him away to college. For the last two years, we'll wait and see. By next year, when Christopher is in full day school, I'll be working and there will be more options for him. He's not sure what he wants to do yet so I few years of exploration isn't going to hurt him.

Sarah is now a Sophmore. School is school for her. Nothing exciting. She really likes math but Spanish is her thorn. She loves getting together with her friends and has become very interested in Photography. I have to say that she is very good at it. She has an eye for what takes a good picture and then can photoshop it into something even more beautiful. She does have a strong artisitic streak. Plus she is absolutely gorgeous and becoming more so every day. She says she's a geek magnet but I think that is because she's so nice to everyone. She loves to laugh and have fun and she's friendly to everyone.