Monday, August 31, 2009

Missing My Girl

Avery is in Hilo, Hawaii and she's having a great time. I spoke with her this afternoon and yesterday they had visited the volcano national park. She got to see lava and things she had never seen in person. Avery loves science so this must have been a great adventure. I am truly happy she is having this great experience.

She is growing up and I have to prepare myself for the many things she will be doing that don't involve Nana and Papa. We just have so much fun together and like any other grandma, I just want the best for her. I realize we have to share her with her other grandparents. I just hope she takes lots of pictures so I can see her having all the tropical fun. Of course, I will share them.

8 comments:

Betsy said...

She'll be home before you know it! A trip to Hawaii sounds wonderful! Can't believe she saw lava!

willow said...

Aww. Love this picture of her with all her American Girls. My daughter had one about 20 years ago. Gee, where does the time go?!

Maggie's garden said...

What a beautiful child! How lucky she is to have such a loving Nana!

steviewren said...

Trish, I know she is having a great time. Don't worry. She'll be home before you know it.

Knitting Mania said...

Awww hang in there Trish, she'll be home before you know it!!

Blessings~~~

Maggie May said...

It isn't easy standing back from the grandchildren as I know from my own experiences and separations.
You will always be special to Avery and she will be back soon.

Maree said...

Hi Trish...how blessed is Avery to be so loved! She's a beautiful, smart, loving blooming girl. How wonderful she is on this fabulous trip....she will have so much to share with you when she gets home!

Thanks for the vote on the bangs...just wanted to try something different!

ChaChaneen said...

I remember going to Hawaii as a teen for our neighbors to babysit their children. Little did I realize what a treat it was. I got freedom during the day and in the evening, I was with the children while the parents made their memories. Great memories!