I am awake at 4:30 am wondering why the house feels so empty. It is because Ana went home. She was so happy to see her family when we met them at the airport. James unhooked her car seat and let me take her inside while he and Paulina transferred the base and he parked our van. I was headed for the escalator when I almost ran into Vic and Jaxon. The look on Ana’s face when she saw her mother was priceless. I didn’t have a camera. Jaxon gave me a huge hug then proceeded to beat on Paulina when he saw her. I have a few pictures taken with my phone that I am leaving here. Enjoy!
Ana with her Mama
Jaxon greeting Paulina.
I also have some pictures of earlier this week. I had them on my phone and didn’t know how to get them to the blog. Of all things, I finally realized I could access my blog via the internet on my phone, so I tried to upload the pictures. Next I realized that the pictures were already on the iPad because the two are in sync or something like that. Wild, I am in way over my head here. Someday if I catch up to the technology, I might be able to do some amazing things.
Ana was so amazed with my Snoopy toy. This is her face when it was playing.
My musical Snoopy toy. I have decided it is for all year on the printer. I can play it when I have writer’s block.
Ana playing with her Ana doll in my computer area.
More Ana playing. Paulina’s big giraffe was a great pillow to lean or fall against.
Messy face after eating, everyone needs a messy face picture.
In the car seat ready to go find her family.
And that was our week with Ana. This week we get to go back to our boring normal. After Paulina goes to college today, I will catch up on my recorded television shows while James watches ESPN something or other. Tomorrow we will go to school and maybe the District basketball games in Wishek. The rest of the week will be school and Bible study and Lent services on Wednesday. Thursday is my last day of the long-term sub job. I will have a hard day saying good-bye to those little tykes. Friday is no school, but Vic will be in Bismarck for a hospital visit. Hmm, that is in the morning, maybe we can have another visit Jessica day in the afternoon. Just saying never a dull moment around here. And I thought life would slow down when our children graduated from high school. Take care and stay warm. Oh yah, and on Saturday the Aunt comes home from Arizona. Hopefully she brings some warmer weather.