By which I mean to say that the day I turned 30 had some humbling moments. (The age itself really doesn’t faze me, and I haven’t given it much thought)
Our journey to Washington D.C. was a lot of fun, but it was marked by moments of constantly being lost.
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This month Yoli has been taking a “fondant and gum paste” class. No, that’s not a chemistry course at UMSL … it’s a cake-decorating class at Fischer’s!
So on Thursdays I’ve had the girls to myself for an extra two hours.
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This year we went down to San Antonio to introduce Jadzia to all her family down there. She met her grandmothers, many great aunts and uncles, and cousins. She also got to participate in a surprise 70th birthday party for her Grandnanny. Jadzia also went swimming in her Grandnanny’s pool almost every day. It was a wonderful trip and we enjoyed every minute of it. We just wish it would rain down there and the drought would end.
Jadzia above the water, as seen from under the water.
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