This week has been a productive week with the exception of getting pictures up from last week's events and putting Crawl for Cancer shirts up for sale. I promise I'm working on it! One of my problems is that my camera, a trusty old Canon of about 5 years, was lost the night of the movie premiere. Jen and I have taken thousands of pictures with that camera over the years. It still had some great pictures on it too! Hopefully it turns up.
Emma wrapped up the school year today. She had a great year in the Little Angels program at First Baptist Church in Blue Springs. Thank you very much to Cary Cornick for being such a wonderful friend to me and mentor to Emma. Emma felt so special riding to school with Mrs. Cornick every morning. Over the course of the year she has learned a ton and made some very special friends. Peighton will have to wait another school year until she is old enough, but she already talks about going to school like "sissy" when she gets bigger.
One of the memorable days of each Little Angels school year is Big Wheel Day. I have friends that still remember participating in the big event over 20 years ago. Last week daddy here didn't put enough sunscreen on Emma's shoulders and she got quite a sunburn. Tonight, ten minutes after putting Em to bed, I heard a blood-curdling scream. It ends up that she decided to take her nightgown off and model in front of the mirror in her underwear...she didn't get that from me! Anyway, I guess she wasn't expecting giant pieces of skin to be hanging off her shoulders. We got over it though and she's having sweet dreams now.
This weekend I take a rare business trip to the Windy City. Looks like I'll be missing some great K.C. weather and outdoor activities.