My married daughter had a lot of fun pursuing her dream, and her dream ended up becoming my sonny-in-law!
Now it's time to let another birdie go, and I'm not sure I'm ready. In fact, I'm pretty sure I'm not ready at all. But these little birdies of ours grow up and inevitably they venture out into the world to find their way. It's a good thing. It's what we raised them to do. It's what we worked for. It's what we prayed for. It's what we've wanted. It just came way too fast.
My little birdie before:
My little birdie now:
Roast Beast and Smashed Potatoes with Gravy
Sorry there's no recipe for this one, but it is her all time favorite dinner! Or maybe her second, Thanksgiving takes her #1 spot!
I know that's only four nights of dinners but get serious, I'm not superwoman. You didn't think I really cooked seven nights in a row, did you?
Tonight we are having a "Have fun in Utah" party for our little birdie. We would never call it a goodbye party. I am not a fan of the "g" word. For the party I asked her what she wanted and this is what she said:
Thankfully my teen son is still planted firmly in the nest, at least for another year or so. The good news is that for now I'll still have someone to smother, oops, I mean mother. Lucky him, now all my mothering skills will be aimed straight at this handsome boy.
Hope you enjoy stirring it up!