Wednesday, March 24, 2010

Miss SockPixie...

Children grow up so fast. I can see Miss SockPixie so little and look at her now, on the eve of her departure for France, on the eve of her 20th birthday...


I will miss her a lot...

12 comments:

Dag said...

aaah, mine are only 8 and 10, but i so can imagine that they never too old to be missed when far away!
---on the bright side -- this gives you a good reason to travel to france and visit her!! how long will she stay?

Susan said...

I understand what you say. Memories throughout the years are precious. They are always close at heart. Miss SockPixie is a beautiful young lady. You capture her well in the picture.

Nathalie said...

Miss SockPixie is stunning! I hope she will have a great time in France.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful!

Monika said...

What a beautiful family you have! Will she stay in France for longer? Children sure grow up fast, and it never gets boring along the way. Good thing staying in touch is now easier than ever!

SockPixie said...

She is going to be staying in France for 2 1/2 months to take entrance exams for schools. If she gets in, she will be in France for 3-4 years. I tell you, I am grateful for the internet, Facebook, and Skype!

Bonnie said...

Absolutely beautiful!
My daughter is 26 & is getting married on 10-10-10. My son is 20 & in the U.S. Army. He joined when he was 18 & re-enlisted for 6 more years yesterday. He just returned to the states from South Korea. I miss him so much!!!!!

Bonnie from Texas

Sharon V said...

Miss Sock Pixie is beautiful! I hope she gets into the school of her choice and that she has a wonderful time in France.

Romi said...

Oh my. What a lovely lovely young woman.:)

SockPixie said...

Thank you so much to all of you!

Judy S. said...

Oh my, but what a fun excuse to travel and visit her! I finally finished my Lovebird socks. Hurrah!

Colleen said...

You have two daughters? Miss SockPixie and Little Miss Sock Pixie, is that right? Lucky girl, to have the chance to stay in France and maybe go to school there!

By the way...your suggestion of type of lace shawl for your candy striped (purple...it's a petting skein by my computer, right now) yarn got eaten by the weblins...could you post it again, please? --Neen