Saturday, May 14, 2011


If you know Little M, just imagine the crazy voice he uses when he gets really excited and yells something enthusiastically.  That's how he made that exclamation that became today's title.

It was pretty exciting.

Can you see how excited they were?!

They did great.  Little M is one of the younger students, and thus, was appreciated by all simply for being absolutely adorable.  And Sweet P was superb.  It was really satisfying to see other new-ish students and to remember how Sweet P once sounded compared to how well she played and how improved her posture is today.

Joyful Moments for watching them both and for being the proud mama of both.

And many more Joyful Moments hanging out and touring around our *exciting* little town with my b-i-l and his friend.  They really are a lot of fun.

Biting into the cinnamon rolls I worked so hard to make and realizing that although I cut all the other ingredients in half (it's a HUGE recipe), I forgot this when I was adding the baking soda, baking powder, and salt--not very much a Joyful Moment.  It was quite tragic, really.  One more reason why one should not bake while seriously ill and under the influence of large doses of penicillin.

Thank goodness for kind, understanding, and forgiving company!

Wishing you all Joyful Moments that require ALL CAPS IN EXCLAMATION!!!

1 comment:

Linda said...

Hey, perhaps your taste buds were out of kilter due to being sick and on antibiotics, and the cin rolls were much better than YOU thought. I just can't imagine anything but delicious coming out of your kitchen.

My joy was probably making serious progress in our raspberry patch. It's been so full of weeds and tall grass and now there's only a small section left to pull those out of. YEA! My goal (after I finish) is to keep it weed free at least until the reunion. After that, it might be easier.