I don't think we can ever take enough pictures when a long-time goal is finally reached. The best way is to share the moment with those you love. I'm so proud of my oldest daughter, Tressa. She just keeps going and going. I'm not surprised, well a little, because she's so busy with her two very involved children. But, she a woman who can do it all and enjoy the journey. She'll be receiving another graduation in November. This graduation is year is so full. Kiely and Matt, Tressa, and then our middle school grandchildren and those going on to new schools in their upper-levels. Life just keeps going and seems to go faster each year.
|Tressa's Beautiful Family|
They learned to work with us and eventually worked at solving all their pathways smoother, built bridges for the ditches, and Four-Byes, for the mounds of snow. It's perhaps finding the right tools to accomplish it all. Sometimes I think I need a tractor with a front scraper and while I'm wishing for one, I'd add a hopper to go with it so I don't have to keep going back. I know right now my mind is on my girls, but my son has done the same. He started working with my husband at the age of five. I know that sounds like child labor, but it's a best friend relationship and by easy comparison with men his age, he, by far accomplishes so much.
|Me, Tress, and Tressa's Grandma Dune|
|Me (Susan) Tressa, My Steve in the Back, Grandma Dune and Eirely, My son, Dustin's little Girl.|
|So Happy and I'll Bet, Relieved.|
|Pictures by Aimee Dolich|