Thursday, October 1, 2009

sometimes...

it's the sweetest little things...
i had to share this with you.
last night, at mine and tyler's piano lessons, while he was waiting during my lesson, he sat and
wrote me this beautiful little "love note".
you know, it just made my day.

the kids are well adjusted to school now, doing great and courtney is LOVING playing
clarinet and participating in the band program!!
one day last week rachel came over after school and the girls were
"jammin".
i LOVE hearing my kids playing music in our home...
even the high squeaky learning notes are welcome!!!


...and i also just wanted to thank all our loving friends for all your warm and thoughtful comments, emails and phone calls regarding Mike's Gramma's passing away on tuesday.
we are very fortunate to have such a loving circle in our lives!!
:O)




6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow that note from Tyler is a keeper! Laminate it, frame it, scrapbook it, make it wall art I love that.
Trac

Tara LeClaire... and family! said...

That note is SO cute Kim! That Tyler is something special! I went to a funeral yesterday and on the display table with cards and pictures of him, there was a note he had written his Mother when he was a young boy. This note from Tyler just reminded me of that. Keep it forever!

xoxo see you tomorrow night!

T

lori said...

that is a beautiful note save it to show him one day when hes older such a sweeet child
glad to hear courtneys liking band yea i remember those days and the notes they would it
have great day

Anonymous said...

Such sweetness from that litle guy! I love that note. Kids just do things from the heart that just make you want to hold them forever.I think you should video the girls jammin one day also...Nikki

it's me said...

Way to go Courtney!! I did not realize that you are in band... or playing the clarinet. Have fun and don't break too many reeds!

Tyler's note is a keeper too. Can't wait to see what you do with it in your creativity style.


Susan

Anonymous said...

Can you get Tyler to mentor Cody. I would love to get a note like that from my son.
I used to play the clarinet in band as well Courtney. Good luck and have fun with it.

We all love you and your family Kim.

Dana