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Sarah Kate Starts School

Sarah Kate started Pre-school this week. She got a great teacher and I am trusting she is going to have a wonderful year!

I had lunch with Emily at school yesterday.  I asked her if she wanted me to bring her Sonic or Chick-fil-a, but she said,  " I really like the cafeteria food better."  Bless her sweet heart!

Out little friend Lena Kate came over this morning while her Mom had a meeting.  I think Lena had a really good time,but Sarah Kate made her be Mrs. Hannigan from Annie,  a dog and a baby.  Lena did not seem to mind any of it and SK was happy as a lark.


Kim said…
Emily is your child for both love school food!
A.K.W. said…
Love the pictures, never ate much of the cafetaria food before being home-schooled, I packed my lunches most of the time!

Nancy said…
Kenlee just loves the movie, Annie. Isn't it so neat to see them watching movies we enjoyed?! Except I wouldn't want to be Mrs. Hannigan! HA! Maybe Grace :)
Melissa said…
wow...SK has grown up just since the last pictures...HA

so cute!

i always liked cafeteria food too!
Kandi said…
Does the school cafeteria serve chicken fried steak? :-) I always think of you when I see it. I hate it.
Sisters said…
She's getting so big!
And my kids loved cafeteria food. We homeschool now and the cafeteria food is what they miss the most!
cheryl said…
Random ?. Did you have a problem with a smell coming from your drains after the rain? I think I recall his. If so, how did you fix it?

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