Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Back to school !!!!!

Good morning Blogland Neighborhood ! Here at MBIAJ Headquarters it's back to school time . Matt, the Moonbeams college boy started his second year at Penn State 2 days ago and Evan moped out the door this morning on his second to last first day of school (junior year, here he comes ..... sob .... the Moonbeams Mama is wondering how her boys have gone from the first day of preschool to almost finished with school SO FAST when she hasn't aged a bit in the process !! was all a blur .... a sleep deprived , hectic blur that's how !! )

ANYWAY ..... as you can see, Kitty has proclaimed herself the math expert and states she , being the high school graduate that she is ..... (actually I think they let her graduate just to get rid of her ....) is ready to step in and take over the "Homework Help Dept" ..... (sigh) this should be interesting .....

Happy first day of school everybody!!

Be back soon!
Mary Anne (aka Mare)


Miss Jean said...

Yes, they grow up sooo fast. My latest post talks about just that. My grandson's just went back to school and the oldest is in the fifth grade! Now how did that happen?

PamKittyMorning said...

Ohh math homework. I was always grateful to hand that over to Bret who is very good at all those scary maths. Good luck.

Jan said...

Hope it's a great school year for both boys and their Mama :) Perhaps you should lock Miss Kittie in the closet until next summer! (LOL) She'll be bugging you about her Prom dress soon!!!

Lori Holt said...

That picture is funny and scary at the same time!! Math scares me just a little bit...ok alot.
My poor Dad used to help me with mine and it was a struggle for him to keep his patience with me...I just didn't get it...and he didn't get how I could be an honor student in English and History and not like Math LOL!
(of course It didn't help that he has a degree in Rocket Science...I'm afraid this apple did fall far from the tree)
I'm just glad my schooling is over and my Dad is still around to help Sterling when his math gets really hard!
x lori

black eyed susans kitchen said...

I am with you all the way...who said they could grow up. At least I am not the only mom wanting to keep them around just a little bit longer. It ain't easy!!! I actually have a high school graduation card that states inside..." will never have to take algebra again" am saving it for my son when he graduates next year.
♥, Susan