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The month of May brings big changes here at home, and sadly, not so much blogging.  It has been proud parent days again, with my youngest son graduating from High School last week.  My three older boys all arrived home from college, and our home was filled with family and boxes full of college “debris” (which, among other things, included epic amounts of dirty laundry … sigh).

We’ve done some biking, but I’ve tended to leave my camera on the shelf.  My beloved husband is also recovering from a shoulder injury/collarbone fracture (a story for another day).  Spending some time catching up with my boys, our family, has been my priority as the three oldest are about to leave again for summer research positions at various universities near and far, and my youngest begins his own college orientations and preparations.

Time is short; departures begin again next week.  Blogging, Flickr and all other cyber things are taking a back seat – at least for a few weeks.

Bikes, biking, cows and old barns will be back soon … hopefully with a few new surprises in store.

The Graduate:  soon to be mathematics student in University of Tennessee Chattanooga UHON Honors Program … Congrats, G!  You are the awesome-est!

Be back soon …!

Posted by savaconta on May 16, 2012
8 Comments
  1. 05/16/2012

    Congrats to you and yours! Enjoy every second you can….

  2. 05/16/2012

    You must be one proud mama and the last one leaving the nest must be hard. Congrats to your son!

  3. 05/16/2012

    Congrats to G, C. We have E graduating on the 31st.

    -Love C

    • 05/17/2012

      And congrats to E and to your family, C! Exciting times! 🙂

  4. 05/16/2012
    DisabledCyclist

    HUGE congradulations,my friends!!! 😀

    The DC

  5. 05/17/2012

    Congratulations! Great pics again!

  6. 05/17/2012
    freemarketconservative

    Such beautiful pictures, Cassi! Congrats to your son and your entire family!!!

  7. 05/17/2012

    Such beautiful pictures, Cassi! Congrats to your youngest son and your entire family!

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