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May 22, 2004

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Robbyn

Real glad to hear you've been able to start relaxing :) That's a great picture of your boys - they look *so* pleased with themselves :)

I am also looking forward to the new Harry Potter film. I've been amused by the ads because the boys are so much taller, thinner and their voices are so different. Ah well, growing up happens!

I'll keep my fingers crossed for your new *secret* project. I always feel like I've jinxed things too, if I talk about it too soon :)

Robbyn

Real glad to hear you've been able to start relaxing :) That's a great picture of your boys - they look *so* pleased with themselves :)

I am also looking forward to the new Harry Potter film. I've been amused by the ads because the boys are so much taller, thinnrt and their voices are so different. Ah well, growing up happens!

I'll keep my fingers crossed for your new *secret* project. I always feel like I've jinxed things too, if I talk about it too soon :)

Roxi

My kids still have 2 weeks of school. I'll be glad when I get a break from waking extra early each morning. I set the alarm for 6am so I can make sure the older kids get up. Otherwise they miss the bus and I have to drive them to school. That can put a cramp in the day.
Lucky you...getting to start your summer already!

Bron

Thanks Robbyn. :) I'm taking candid pics while I can - they are still young enough to enjoy mugging for the camera. By the time they're 14 or 15, forget about it!

I swear, sometimes I think I'm not really kidding about my knitting being jinxed! I think I need to finish ONE thing and be pleased with it before this black cloud over my head goes away.


Yes, Roxi - that's what I love about summer too. Not feeling rushed in the morning...and no homework the night before! Although next year we'll start with two different times for the kids - Dylan has to be at school a bit before 8, then Colin not until 9. Dylan home at 3, Colin at 4. Oh - joy. I see confusion in my future! ha!

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