A couple of weeks ago, our college girl came home for the tail-end of her spring break. We loved being with her and enjoyed family meals and dreams of future plans. We fed her well and encouraged lots of rest.
We had a fun family day in Gatlinburg and I'm so glad that as our Spring Break ended, better weather arrived. Time change didn't even affect us, since that is when the children were out of school, but we sure are enjoying longer daylight and dreamy weather!
Getting back into the school routine wasn't too bad and I think the children were happy to see their friends. Our senior in high school is counting each day down until graduation, and I am so proud of her for finishing well.
This weekend we went to her university of choice. We toured the facilities, met her prospective room mate and got a vision of what her world will look like next year. It is always such an exciting stage to be right on the cusp of adulthood.
For now, we are treasuring the way spring unfolds and planning our patio garden. It's a simple season for the next couple of months before life changes dramatically once more with another child leaving the nest. I'm so grateful for the rhythms and seasons.
I'm grateful for this front-row view of my husbands daughters launching into college, even as my own middle school guy gets taller every day...and his voice deeper. There is such an awareness of the march of time.