This morning it was back to Larne to celebrate June’s last day as an elementary school student. Wow. The awards ceremony was sweet and beautiful. Here she is accepting her Awesome Author award for her class from her principal, Mrs. Stine. I completely cut June off in this picture :-(, but this is the fifth grade […]
Yesterday Jeff 7 I again headed into town, this time to meet Addie, Lee, and his other grandmother Bennie at Larne Elementary School for their 2nd grade awards program. Here is Mason and his classmates after they had received their class awards. Mason was recognized as the Outstanding Effort Award Winner. We stopped by his […]
This morning Jeff & I headed out to meet Lindee and Emma at Bethany Elementary School, to attend their fourth grade awards ceremony. Clara got many participation certificates – she is a busy girl. That’s her in the polka dots shaking hands with Mrs. Churm, their principal. Afterwards, with her proud mama. The certificate you […]
After Whitley-Grace’s birthday party Saturday, Sunday morning we were able to be there to celebrate her dedication at church. It was a beautiful service. Greg, Tabitha and Whitley=Grace went up front first, where Greg spoke about what a blessing WG is, and how they had prayed for her – so sweet. Then the rest of […]
One more picture from the party this weekend – the fancy-dancy cupcakes Tabitha had for the party. Certainly appropriate for their princess 🙂
What a wonderful weekend Mallory, Clara, and I had, when we headed to Georgia to be there for my great niece Whitley-Grace’s 1st birthday party. She wasn’t sure what to think about her cake at first, but then she dove right in 🙂 Opening presents was so much fun. Especially the paper :-). So precious.
Thursday evening was the academic awards celebration at Clover Middle School. Here is Mallory, in the red, receiving her certificate for making all A’s, all year, from the assistant principal. Her certificate for having the highest average in Socil Studies – she was one of maybe seven that tied for that award. So proud.
One final picture from the Arthur J Moore Museum on the grounds at Epworth by the Sea. There was a room dedicated to women in the church. I remember my whole life long my momma going to WSCS meetings, so was excited to see this information about that, before it was renamed United Methodist Women. […]
Wednesday after breakfast we had a little bit of time to head back over to the chapel to see the stained glass windows with the sunshine coming through. I hadn’t even noticed this window with the founders of Methodism in the back of the church the night before. Then after lunch I headed back over […]