Friday, December 21, 2007

Hey's Christmas you know :)

I have many pictures to upload and yet I cannot fnd my connector for my camera to do so, gah!

Mia's Kindergarten Graduation is just one of the many images I wanted to was also the Christmas party too.

Sarah got her Prep School report, she got all "consistently" ticked off for every comment in her very proud we she is off to grade 1 next year!

Nicholas excelled in his writing and maths, for Grade 2 level he was marked on a graph (new type of school reports now) as an end of Grade 3 level! Proud mother hen here :) He reads books that I can read and well, I guess the apple doesn't fall far from the tree there. Off to Grade 3 next year.

Tomas tried his very best at everything ths year. Soe of the homework would seem excessive to us parents, for Grade 4 level. Yet, he did it and he did very well. I always think of the teachers and what they have to do marking all this homework much to do! Tomas is off to Grade 5 next year.


Last night I had a dream and I woke up woth a wet pillow from crying. Itwas about my friend Frances who died a few yeas ago of a brain tumour.... so I am off to put a Christmas decoration next to her nameplate at the cemetry.


Christmas shopping is complete, I was so glad to get out of the shopping centre . I am not calustrophobic but I did start to panic a bit. Do you feel the same this time of the year?


rosemary said...

Those are some beautiful kids. Sounds like they are as smart as their momma as well. I am ready for Christmas to be gone....too much fuss for us to be alone! Shopping is done, gifts packaged and mailed off...and now the 2 of us here without kids around.

Mom said...

Such a busy, full house! Christmas shopping done before the 24th. Sounds like good organization to me.

Jayne said...

Well done on your kids reports :)

Christmas shopping crowds - URGH! Cannot stand the bedlam.

Melly` said...

Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful children!

The next few days picking up the seafood and getting the essentials at the supermarket etc.. are the real ones I just dread. I hate the crowds and the lines and the parking...... or maybe I am just extra cranky this year.

May your lines all be the quick ones!

poody said...

Merry Christmas Cazzie!

eric1313 said...

Sorry to hear about your friend Francis. I know what that's like to go through that kind of loss.

But I hope you and the kids all have a Merry Christmas. And let us know how it turns out.

Peace out.

M said...

fabulous reports - and how holidays! yay. Have a lovely chrissie :) (Already looking like there is much fun to be had)

mjd said...

That is a very nice tribute for your friend. I do get a little panicky from time to time.

Merry Christmas, Cazzie

general_boy said...

Actually... this is the first year I haven't!?? Go figure!!!

Anyway Cazzie, thanks for entertaining and educating us in 2007! Merry Xmas and best of luck in 2007. xx

Trundling Grunt said...

Happy Christmas!

AspergantuS said...

Merry Christmas Cazzie. Peace to you and your family.


homo escapeons said...

Merry Merry Christmas Cazzie.

gawilli said...

Merry Christmas, Cazzie!

Jay said...

Okay, so I'm a little late here. I mean, it's still Christmas day here in Arkansas, but over there where you guys are it's the day after I guess. Anyway, hope you had a great Christmas Cazzie!!

Hale McKay said...

I'm glad to see you survived the shopping.

Merry Christmas to you and your lovely family.

Cazzie!!! said...

Thank you so mucht o all my friends for your lovely messages...I love reading each and every one of them and it is nice to know people are looking out for you :)

Middle Child said...

Your kids are great Cazzie and you and dad have made them like concratulations from a mum of grown up kids... all power to you and your little family, Its such a happy time when they are all so little and in your face. I loved it. Too much maybe. Miss it terribly still.
Your friend is okay no doubt. There is an after life no matter what many think and she would be happy and when you dream that passionaltly no doubt she is there for you too.
Hate shopping centres and feel very disorientated when I go there - as little as possible.