Goodbye school, hello summer

and hello constant activity!  The boys got out of school on Friday. It was a teary day as they left Navy Hale Keiki for the last time.  Jalen was graduated from the third grade, the seniors of the school, so to speak. all three of them.  Here are pictures of Jalen with his two teachers. I love them and the way they nurtured and lead my son. sigh*



I made the teachers thank you cards, brought them lei and gifties for the last day.  My card was inspired by a card I saw on the blog hop.

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the clouds and woodgrain are hero arts background stamps, the patterned paper on the banner are from the Oct Afternoon  Cherry Hill pad. I love how it came out, although the word was a little longer than I anticipated, it’s okay with me. ;)

also I have been continuing on with my crocheting… i’m hooked, hee hee, and on Row 14 of my scarf. here’s what it looks like right now:


5 more rows to go, then fringe! wheeee!

I also tried out the embroidery floss to make those cute little flowers, ahhh I love it!

Today was a busy first day of Summer. We ran to the post office, picked up an ebay purchase from israel.check.  drove out to Kahala to pick up a dental health certificate for Jordan’s new preschool.check. went to the new preschool to pay deposit, buy a shirt and turn in paper work.check. home to pick up checks in the mail (yay!).check. off to the bank for deposits. check, check, check, check! home for lunch, legos and nap.  I tortured Jalen with a writing assignment, and I crocheted nap time away.  Still need to make a run to the commisary, but over all today was a day with things checked off the list, and that’s always a good thing.

Flat Joscie’s trip to Toronto was documented on Miss Mint’s blog. so.cute. Did I tell you I did a silhouette card tutorial over there?

Tomorrow (or the next day) I’ll be back with news about my lego project, my new printing toy, memory makers, and scrapbook dimensions projects.  Til then, thanks for stopping by my piece of paradise!

Love Love and Blog you later!

Joscie, rhymes with bossy!

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3 thoughts on “Goodbye school, hello summer

  1. Wow, you make crocheting look easy!! Are you sure you haven’t been doing it for years?

    That card is super cute. My kiddo’s have a half day tomorrow, then they are free! Yippee!! Have a good one!! {{hugs}}

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