Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Wordless Wednesday

Yesterday was my last day of volunteering in my granddaughter's 2nd grade class, for this school year. Caitlyn's class presented me with these beautiful flowers with their names signed on the flower box! I went down the row giving hugs and squeezes to each of them; I can't tell you how much I enjoy each and everyone of those little people and the way they refer to me as "Grandma Peggy."
Isn't life just one beautiful moment after another?

8 comments:

Life Is A SandCastle said...

I volunteered at my nephew's school and enjoyed it. What a sweet box of flowers and signatures, children are so thoughtful:)

Gina F said...

I volunteered at my daughter's school also. I loved to be around those little munchkins. I will missed them during the summer. But I am sure glad it is summer though I really need a break from homework. Have a great Memorial weekend. We will have a big crawfish boil and a big BBQ also. Hope all is well with you too.

Gina
motherof1princessand2princes.blogspot.com

TIFFANY said...

I love, love, love any gift that has kids' signatures! So sweet!

When I was a teacher, second grade was my favorite!

Your granddaughter is lucky to have such and involved grandma. My kids would love to have grandma at their school.

-K said...

That is absolutely adorable. I love it.

Robyn Jones said...

awww...what a thoughtful gift.....I used to volunteer with my kids classes when they were little so, depending on my work situation...I will probably do it again... as far as the photography gos, I do love it, but I am being pushed, shoved and prodded by family...I am not feeling confident about it at all...LOL!
I am not big on doing weddings...brides can get cranky...it is also one of the more time consuming...I have done a couple..wasn't my favorite...I like doing kids, event photography, couples and families..but I guess I will see where this thing takes me..

Kinsey said...

Very pretty!

Missie said...

Ahhh, how sweet. What a great idea for a gift. Have a good weekend.

Kyrstin said...

They are beautiful!