Wednesday, June 11, 2008

My Three Girls......

I have 3 daughters, the oldest married for two years. She and her husband are teachers, and work at the same high school. Wait, I take that back, he is now Assistant Principal at their high school!! I have a second daughter who is going to start her 3rd year, for her PHD in History. She just gave us wonderful news; she is now engaged to a super guy!! He is finishing his MBA at Harvard. A 2010 wedding is planned. I am sure I will keep you all up-dated on the progress. We also have what I call my miracle baby, she is 12. All three girls played softball. The two oldest played all the way through college. So, I have seen a lot of games!! Yesterday afternoon as I was sitting at my computer trying to work on the web-site, I noticed the time, 4:00PM, we had a game at 6:00; did I really need to go? Well, I went, and let me tell you, it was the most beautiful night ever, just the perfect summer night. She hit the ball well, made some great plays on the field and pitched a great game, too. The moral, they lost the game but in the real end, I WON!! Jane

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  1. Do your daughters also like to quilt?

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  2. Wo what an interesting life you have!!
    Maggie IL

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  3. Your daughters seem just lovely!!

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  6. Hi Jane! Wow! You are a veteran blogger among us newbies! Serious 1,000 plus followers....and am I so happy to be one of the them! The growth and development of your blog is inspiring!!

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  7. Hi Jane, I have followed your blog for ages but this is the first time I have read your first post. :) Sounds like your girls are wonderful. I have three girls too, but not with such a large age spread.

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  8. Hi there Jane...remember me? The first Quilt Around the World quilt along!!! I have followed you consistently, and now checking out your 1st blog thru Val's linky.

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