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Thursday, November 19, 2009

Kelli's driving!!!!

If you have time, click here and check out my husband's blog post about our oldest learning to drive.  Pretty funny stuff.

8 comments:

  1. Scary, scary times! May the force (God) be with you! hehe

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  2. Heading over there now, I am in for a treat I have two adolescent girls one will be driving in 3 years yikes, it's truly not good I don't want them to grow up :0(

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  3. Oh no...driving? Off to check it out.

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  4. that was a great story!!! My youngest is about to get his. I will be sooooo glad to be out of this stage of (terrifying) life!! Almost as happy as I was to leave the potty training stage!! :)

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  5. Cathy, it looks great in here, Love your banner :)

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  6. Hey CVathy, Love your blog, Grabbed your button :)

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  7. Hey, Cathy~

    OMGosh! I remember when the girls got their permits. EEEKK! I was a WRECK! However, they both have turned out to be wonderful, cautious drivers.....PTL!

    Praying for YOU, Cathy! :> )

    Blessings~
    Laura

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  8. Oh, Cathy! How funny!

    After I became comfortable with our son driving alone, I absolutely loved letting him run some of my errands. We both liked that!

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