Sunday, May 14, 2006

Rosemary's new Carta di Identita


Ginnie & Keith said...

Happy Mother's Day to you! So sorry to hear about your foot! I'm sitting here typing with a seperated shoulder - so what a team we would be. (Freak accident -long story but it does involve an 85 pound puppy and how far an arm can bend backwards) Dillon stopped by today to visit - and I went to Kings Park after that to visit mom. They really treated all of the ladies very nicely today with flower corsages for all of them. Sounds like you had a great visit with the family. Now - you just need your luck to change! Hugs and kisses to you. Keith says hi - and we both can't wait to see you and do some rafting and fishing!

bluey_blue said...

I'm glad that the time with your family went so well, but sorry to hear about your ankle. Hopefully it gets better and you can enjoy the rest of the time you have before you move again.

I'm going to say Happy Early Birthday now because on the 25th I'll be driving to California. Whatever you have planned for your birthday I'm sure it will be a great one!

My parents decided to go camping this year on my birthday so I decided to go to Disneyland with some of my closest friends. I'm so excited because the last time I was there was when I was three...don't have any memories, and I want to see Mickey of course. This last semester of school was rough towards the end but I managed to pull a 3.0 GPA.

Before I forget, Happy Mother's Day also!! This year I spend all of thursday night (till after 5 in the morning) making corsauges for the mothers and grnadmothers of my students as we hosted a Mother's Tea for them on friday. I even made one for my friend Joe's grandmother, my mother, and my grandmother for a grand total of 35. I promise I will never let myself be talked into doing that again.

Well gotta go now...can't wait to see more photos and read up on your adventures. Take care and stay safe!

~ Monica M.

p.s. Please tell Mr. Connelly my mom says hi