Monday, August 6, 2012


This will be my last week with my Miss K!  In a few days she will start 4th grade and bid another childhood summer good-bye.  I'm hoping we made enough memories to last her lifetime.  She's such a blessing to me.
 Come November this precious little girl will turn ten years old.  I can't believe it's been a decade since we first found out she was on her way...  The years have passed by with lightening speed.  When we've had her as long as she's already been on this earth she will be twenty years old.  All the more reason for us to enjoy these fleeting days of her girlhood~  I love all the ages she's been...but being
almost 10 
has got to be one of the best!
For those of you who have followed my blog you've been able to watch her grow and bloom over the years into such a beautiful young girl.  When I first started blogging (This January I'll begin my 5th year) she was only 6 years old and had just started Kindergarten.  She was so tiny and even though she's still just a wisp of thing she's as lovely as ever.

I'll be in and out this week not only because Miss K is with me, but also because I my guy finally got my new Dell Laptop up and running and I'm TRYING to figure things out.  It's soooo fabulous (and super fast...LOVIN' THAT!), but I have lots of junk to delete, upload and reorganize.  I'd be LOST without my Mr. AGPMan, one of the two computer gurus in our family.  When I get close to FREAK-OUT stage, he never fails to makes me smile.  When I called him this morning screaming out for help he answered his cell phone with this:

Welcome to Nelson's Drama-Momma 
How can I help you today???"

(Might be a TINY BIT true!)

Hope your Monday is fabulous.
Love to you...


Brenda Pruitt said...

She's such a beautiful child! With the most inquisitive eyes!

Connie said...

Miss Caroline just turned 2 and we can't wait to be able to have her over here for a week at a time. It'll be a few years I think but I still love having her on Skype and posting her "dance" routines on my blog. She's such a funny little thing. Very tiny like her mum, my granddaughter, but going to be tall I think. With the new great-granddaughter due to arrive at the end of this year it seems we are so blessed to see our greats, sugar! They are "funner" than the grands. I hold them in my heart so dearly it's painful to leave them when we visit. So I know of what you speak, my friend, I KNOW!!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Rebecca,

Love this special last week with Miss K. She has such pretty almond shaped eyes and a beautiful mouth. Happy and naughty at the same time. Guess she's an alert kid.
Hugs to you,

Mari said...

Ahhhhhhhh your miss K is a true princess ;) look at that gorgeous face, I would just love to give her hugs ;) but since I can't, can you pleaseeeeee give that beautiful miss K girl of yours one from me ;)
The rest of your precious time, with your special gal ;)

Big Smiles~

White Lace and Promises said...

I love Mr.AGP's humor! Too funny! Yes, that baby girl is precious. I hope one day to share some of those summer's with mine! Such a sweet post! My grandbaby is coming home next weekend. Can hardly wait!

Barb said...

Rebecca, I love the joy in her smile. That speaks volumes about her life.


Linda said...

I think she is beautiful, just like her grandma!

It may be sad to say good-bye to summer...and to her younger childhood days...but there is still lots of fun ahead for the two of you!

May God continue to watch over your sweet Miss K girl as she returns to school.

Love, Linda @ Truthful Tidbits

Julie Marie said...

Beautiful Miss K, truly a blessing to you... and also has been to me as well... she will treasure the precious memories of summers with you forever, much love to you both, xoxo Julie Marie

Anne said...

What a blessing to be able to spend time together.As a Mom we know how fast the time goes by.My daughter will be a teen this year (God help me ;-) ) She is a sweetheart.And we are very close.I hope things won't change as she grows.I enjoy all of our special days together.Your Granddaughter is beautiful.And if she is like you I know she is just as lovely on the inside!

Marilyn said...

What do you mean? So long summer?!! This heat has me so weary I want (NEED) some cooler summer weather so I can relax because everything would then "get done"! Miss K's school and mine must think going back in August is a good thing. That kind of thinking comes from "administrators"- I love mine, but it's the middle of August here in Colorado. (Do you go by the same calendar that we do?) All the best to her as she begins a new adventure. Enjoy the rest of the week!♥♫

Shabby chic Sandy said...

Your granddaughter is such a doll. It is so special to her life that she has the relationship with you she does, as it is to yours. Enjoy her! Good luck with your computer :)

Anonymous said...

What a sweet girl she is! And she looks so much like her Grammy! Seriously!

Is your carpel tunnel feeling better?

I am still on a blogging break but wanted to come and visit.

I hope my blog to be up soon but I still have that book project to finish, so I am not sure how much longer!

Carolyn said...

Can't believe that summer is over here either. Our youngest turned 11 just over a week ago, and seems to us like the time flew by too. Other than swimming, there were not too many fun memories of this summer with the extreme heat and drought in our part of the country. It was fun to be able to stay up with him and watch movies or play games and hang out. None of us are looking forward to school ending our last precious days of summer. It is coming fast though, so we are trying to enjoy every last moment. Wishing we could have found a way to take a vacation this year, but it just wasn't in the cards for us. Hopefully next year though!! Have fun with your daughter in these dog days of summer. Look forward to seeing some of your lovely creations coming up on your blog.

Dolores said...

Making memories and spending time with your beautiful Miss K, you can't get any better than that! Age 10 has been one of my favorite ages with my all ages, but this is favorite..
Good luck with your new computer.

EllenaElizabeth said...

Lovely to spend so much time with your little grand daughter. She looks so much like you I think. I know what you mean about husbands being a blessing with the 'manly' help they give us. Last night I was blowdrying my hair and got electrocuted. Black burn mark on my hand. There were flames, sparks and an exploding sound. I threw the hairdryer to the floor and then ran outside to try and turn the power off at the meter box and couldn't flip the switch so had to phone hubby at work. He came home and sorted it all out.

Theresa said...

Precious Little Miss K! Growing up and OH SO cute! I know you are enjoying her and I know she is enjoying you:) Have a blessed day dear friend, enjoy your new laptop! HUGS!

NanaDiana said...

Gotta love a dork like that!;>) MY "dork" can't fix anything! lol ...but I love him anyway!

I am so happy that you have such hands on with Little Miss K. Aren't we blessed? Our Lulu turns 10 next week. I just cannot believe where the years have gone. She was like a little baby bird when she was born...all arms and legs and now she is still all arms and legs.

Savor every single moment with her and she will come back to bless you someday with children of her own and a lot of "remember when" stories. Love to you, Rebecca- xo Diana

Yasmin Smith said...

LOVE the pictures of Miss K...she
has grown up so much since you first started blogging and showing us pictures of her. She is such a beautiful little girl,so precious
and full of life!!...Fourth grade and ten years old??? Oh, my...time is flying by!!
You have certainly played a large part in being a "hands-on" Nana to this darling child. I know she has memories stored up to last her a life-time. That is so wonderful!!
When you are old (?? YOU ???) and she is grown up, think of all the memories you two share!! She won't ever forget her special times with her Nana!
I am glad you got your new laptop up and running! I have no idea what-all you are talking about though!!
I have a laptop but it must not have all the bells and whistles yours has...and it is several yers old...I just thank GOD daily that I learned to do what I can do!! LOL
Your Mr.AGPMan does have a sense of humor.....he is such a cutie!!
Hope you enjoy your time left with your girl and count your blessings when you say your prayers..I have not seen my girls the whole long summer....and they live in town.....
Sending hugs your way, and love too......Francy

Christmas-etc... said...

What a lovely little girl! And yes... being almost ten is magical! So glad you know to hold the moment in the palm of your hand and treasure it!
Blessings for the 4th grade!

Ana said...

Oh my goodness Rebecca, sweet Ms. K has grown so much. She is one beautiful young lady. Why must time fly so fast? Wishing you both a wonderful rest of the summer.

Hugs and Kisses,

Judy Ann Lincicum said...

Rebecca, Miss K looks so much like you, she could be your childhood mini me! She's such a beautiful child with an air of dignified grace about her. How very lovely she is and ten is my favorite age for little girls, I've had two! Thanks for sharing her with us, she's beautiful! Grandma Judy

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