This is a chronicle of our time in Turkey.
A big grin came across my face when I read this post. Now you know why you'd always see parents bursting with pride . . . Not that you didn't know, but now you're on the other side of the fence. :)I guess I still remember Miss Fish who taught my daughter and how she endured at least one mother (uh hum) who oozed with pride in her daughter. It's really love. Not that there is nothing to be proud of, but we'd be proud if they made mud pies for a living. :)I'm right there with you. I am so proud of my children I want to tell the world what God has done! I am watching mine develop as young adults and my heart is overflowing. I am so grateful to God for the things He is doing for them. Your children are beautiful Sara. I have always thought so. I enjoy seeing the young people they are becoming.Mel
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