Thursday, May 20, 2010

Into The Great Wide Open ...

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.
*Eleanor Roosevelt *

In the next few weeks we will be closing the chapter for a few of our little doves that are leaving the nests.

David...Wow! What a great year for you! Sr Pres, court, sports and working-you have been a busy boy. David has accepted a job with a great company doing what he loves.  Lucky you! He will be traveling everywhere so hopefully he will remember his Uncle B and Aunt Roxy when it is time to check in with the family.   

Next is our son Jonathon. He is planning on just working and traveling around and he is starting in the midwest. Which is quite brave since we don't know anyone in the midwest. Which might be part of the allure. ; D With his spunk, I'm sure he will meet some nice people to help watch over him. I can't wait to hear the stories. Just remember to be careful AND TO CALL HOME!! LOL!!
We have been blessed with having 2 smart and beautiful daughters and our youngest, Clorissa, is finishing school at the end of the month. With homecoming court and cheer, she has had a very busy Sr year. She lives up north, so we are not too sure exactly what her plans are after grad but I'm sure, just like the guys, they will be bold and brave. Hopefully travel will be in her plans (hint,hint).
Enjoy your adventures (life goes by too fast), donate you time or money to good causes (this will help feed your soul), don't be afraid to meet new people (there are some nice people out there), don't stay out too late the night before a big meeting (it never goes how you planned), make sure "the one" is worthy of you (you kids are too great to settle), eat your veggies (it'll keep you out of the doc office), have a keepsake box (I have stubs of every movie any of us have gone to for the last 15 years - great memories). Text, e-mail, snail mail, or just a simple call. Heck we are not picky - just in love with all 3 of you. Be safe in your adventures and may God be watching and blessing all your footsteps.

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