But wait, maybe Elle does too because she does NOT want to graduate. She reminds me of me my senior year. I was so in love with it…the friends, the dances, finally knowing what the heck I was doing…I had no desire for it to end. I remember driving up the canyon with my friends on graduation night listening to “Forever Young” with tears streaming down our cheeks.
Little did I know that college is even better! She’ll learn that soon enough.
When Elle surprised us in such close succession to Max we had our work cut out for us.
One more to go, and we’ll see where she will be heading next year in the spring.
Dreading but exciting too.
In bad Elle news, this happened:
This is how Jenna (our beloved car) fared after Elle hit into that other one.
Her friend ran over her phone.
It still worked for a few days, like this:
…and then she had to go get that screen replaced.
She also got a ticket for not having her front lights on when she had to borrow someone’s car.
They say bad things come in three…hoping that is three and that we’re done with the bad stuff. Poor girl, she is honestly so dang responsible, so all this stuff was extra sad.
Needless to say she is lucky she works her tail off to earn money that so sadly has had to go toward these things. That girl is studying her heart out for finals right now in the midst of her part-time babysitting job, and a slew of family photo shoots.
Let’s just not talk about pending graduation again for a little while and just soak in this girl of ours for as long as we can.
Sure adore this senior of mine!