Wow where has the time gone since I last posted?

Well, I’ll tell ya!

Here . . . .



and here . . .



for my classes at The Queen’s Ink.

In case any of you are interested, they have been posted on The Queen’s website.  You can find them here!  I’m there June 9 and 10th.

Did I tell you that we finally got Mallory back to school?  Well we did and she gets that 5-year diploma this Saturday, Derby Day! Smiley from

She’ll be home for the month and then she heads off for training for her new position, teaching math in the Mississippi Delta.  She was recruited by Teach for America based on her leadership skills.  We don’t know where she’ll be yet . . . and won’t until July.  That’s when mom and grandma head south to set her up in housekeeping.

Lots going on here!

Anyhoo, glad you stopped by and remember . . . life is short, take time to enjoy the adventures of your day!


8 Responses to “Busy, Busy, Busy . . .”

  1. Congratulations, Mallory! I’m sure you make your mamma proud!

  2. You sound so very proud and you should be. Good luck to Mallory in her new endeavors! Glad all is well with you!

  3. Congratulations to the graduate! It is so wonderful, sad, scary and satisfying–all at the same time–to see our kids take flight.

  4. Beautiful kits…looks like you are going to have fun. And congrats to Mallory! I know you are proud!!!!

  5. That’s great news about Mallory.

  6. Cant wait for your visit to queen’s ink! C’mon June!! Congrats on your graduate.

  7. sounds like you have a lot going on, a Big Congrats to Mallory!!!

  8. Congratulations to Mallory and to you. My nephew worked in the Teach for America program, and discovered he loved teaching even though it had not been his chosen path. From what I understand it is an honor to be chosen for the program. Then there is the bonus for schools in this country that we are developing an interest in the education field for quality graduates. That was such a terrible jumbled sentence. I hope you understand what I was trying to say. Have fun with Mallory and the graduation process.

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