Blue Sky Farm

My blogging posts and photos are part of me . I think of this as a scrapbook of my life. The names have not been changed.. they are real people who have crossed my path along my journey. Some I know intimately, my family and friends. If their names are mentioned it's a sure sign they are special to me and I love them dearly...come along see for yourself, perhaps you know some of them too..

November 7, 2008

My Nancy is almost 40

This is my first born daughter. She will be 40 in a few weeks.. I am very proud of her, she is attending grad school and will graduate in June from the University of Washington. She is married & has a very intellegent son Jacob. He will graduate from highschool with his AA as well. I am not sure he has decided on a college yet, but I think he has narrowed it to a couple choices. Nancy's husband just became an American citizen . This entry is not about him or her son, however.
Let me say that I never thought Nancy would become as domestic as she has proven to be. She does work full time at Boeing in Everett WA. as a project manager, working with mostly men. *That has been an interesting position for her* You can read all about her on her blogsite "My Home Cook N Blog " linked to this site as a follower. ( her site is hidden under that adorable baby picture she posted.) Did she know that is one of my favorite pictures of her?
She is beautiful and she has a wonderful sense of humor and some of the childhood memories will never be forgotten, *the teen age years were something I am glad are over*
We talk at least once a week and it is so nice to have her visit. She has great insight and wisdom for a young woman, ( takes after her mom.) Isn't it funny how when kids grow up they actually appreciate what you sacrificed for them? It's great that you don't have to say "I told you so".
I look forward to sharing Thanksgiving with her and her family when they join us Thanksgiving & to celebrate her 40th birthday.. oh My I really feel old now. Well, now that I have posted a tidbit about her I will have to tell you about my #2 daughter PJ on another future blog entry.

Fogged in

yes, we are.. It is very "Fall "outside.
Reminds me of the song lyrics "Over the river and through the woods to Grandma's house we go". We, as children (my 3 sisters )used to sing that in the back seat of the car on our way to grandma's house on Thanksgiving morning.. (oh what a nice flashback memory.)

No rain but a nice layer of ground fog. I am glad I have no errands to run today.
Will add some more flavors to the stew I made yesterday, fold some laundry and work on my Christmas card project & Read some more farmgirlsister blogs. There are some very clever farmgirls!