Yesterday the older girls were arguing over who borrowed who's chi, earrings, boots, cami's ....the list went on. Savannah commented that in a couple of years she'd be gone off to college & "that would make it all easier" --oh my.... i know that day will be here in the blink of an eye. i can't even imagine that stage.... My prayer is that while she's here, under my roof, i let her know what a great girl she is. that our home is a safe haven where she can refuel, where she can feel loved & accepted, where she can just be real and let her guard down. that she knows i'm always on her team & her number one fan...no matter what.
I've said this before, but she has been an absolute breeze to raise. she is a happy girl with a super sense of humor. she is completely self motivated , dependable and smart as a whip. she has chosen some of the absolute sweetest girls as her besties. her sophmore class is such a great group of friends & they seem to really support each other. her fave movie is High School Musical and her fave groups are the Jo Bros & Taylor Swift ( don't forget david cook but he's just not as squeeky clean sounding as these others !) ....I mean for crying out loud, how great is that. she's such a better kid than i was at that age ( sorry mom) & i am just so stinkin proud to be her mom.
last weekend we traveled to south georgia to watch her squad compete in the state competitive cheerleading finals. we watched 99, thats right i said 99 routines ( complete with really loud music & of course loud fans). our school competes in the classification of the largest schools in the state. they rocked. they looked awesome. they nailed all their tumbling & put on a stellar performance. she was so pumped. i loved seeing her so proud of herself!! they came in 9th in the state which is awesome!! you wouldn't believe all the phenominal tumbling skills of these highschool girls! thankfully all those early years in gymnastics have paid off :)