Happy 16th Chloe, Birdeye

Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday, May 19, 2017

Well it's official, she's got keys and a license.  Both didn't make me feel confident at all as last Monday when we ran errands (her insurance, debit card and license) she drove to Sonic and Walmart.  It was a very scary ride indeed.  Riding with her in a parking lot is rough, scary and dramatic.  But maybe I'm the one over-dramatic.  It's scary since we are 15 miles from her school and she has to cross three Arkansas Highways to get there.

Needless to say, this little gift from God is driving and please pray we have safe and un-distracted driving over the next few years but really forever.

Mother's Day was great, we had a good church service where 9 of our youth went through confirmation class and became members of the church, we had lunch at Jeanie and Harmon's then cake and games.  The weather was perfect.  Chloe's birthday was fun but I keep saying, get back in the crib Chloe.  Quit growing up!

She's been blessed with humor, generosity, wit, compassion, smarts and she's a night owl like her dad.  Only God knows what she will become but I'm glad she's grounded in church, helping others and using her sense of humor in many situations.  But seriously Chloe.  Get back in the crib!

August 6, Whit 12, Chloe 16 and Stella 9

Memaw and Granddad has a tug of war set up and August really wanted to dominate Chloe....hilarious
We gave Chloe a ukulele and a strand of pearls for her birthday (and she can drive my
car as long as she doesn't back talk and pays for the gas:))

We always have a prayer before a family meal...Chloe's grinning because she was eating carrots when granddad started the
prayer, look at Stella and August, hilarious.

Stella found this humorous book at a Russellville bookstore...Stella
read this to us at lunch, very comical and right on
Slow down time...

It's blurry but this is Chloe pulling outta the driveway Tuesday morning.  I sent prayer warriors all out that day for her
commute to and from school.  Thank you to all who said a prayer.  She's made it so far but I know it's not over on
stressing about her driving on that dangerous Bay Road and in town with all the crazies and farm equipment and
dump trucks.  Keep her in your prayers please :)

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