Thursday, June 26, 2014

Savoring Fun Times

I am savoring this last year
before the nest empties
and my youngest heads off to college.
(Am I really that old?)

I'm not sure what he'll do all year
since his besties are all going off to college this fall.
(I certainly don't feel that old.)

I have a feeling it will be a long year for him
and a quick year for me.
(You know, 'cause time flies when you're old.)

So days like this one are definitely to be savored...
by both of us.

You might remember this foursome 
from the prom photos I've shared over the past two years. 
They're still hanging together. 

The Party's Here! Where I am linking these days.

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EG CameraGirl said...

It's especially hard when the last one leaves the nest! Been there, done that. ;)

carol l mckenna said...

Great action photography and doesn't all seem to by in a 'blink' ~ great post ~ thanks, ^_^

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

MadSnapper said...

i would like to play in that sprinkler. looks like they are having a blast. and yes, time goes faster and faster as we age... mine is on fast forward

Tamar SB said...

How fun are these! Hope his last year home is fantastic!

Kim Cunningham said...

What fun shots! I hope you get to savor it to the fullest. You are not that old!

Molly said...

Ahhh yes, indeed it does... it seems to just go faster and faster


Party of 5 said...

How do you spell FUN...? Wow. neat shots.

Debbie said...

Awesome captures, looks like lots of fun!! As for the empty nest, mine has been empty for years and I love it. Naps whenever you want and almost no laundry!! Dinners out, travel anytime you want.....need I go on!! Honestly, it pretty darn awesome!!

Karen @ Beatrice Euphemie said...

Ah, to be young again and have the world at your doorstep! Savor this last year with your handsome son, but I can assure you, it only gets better watching them start their new adventures knowing you played the biggest part in moving them forward in life. The empty nest is hard for about 3 months. Then you start to realize how hard you used to work and how peaceful life can be. You are as young as you feel. (Mother of 4 grown) xo Karen

Out on the prairie said...

The slip and slide brings the kid out in all of us

Ida said...

Oh they look to be having a blast and these are just great photos of them.

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

I remember when hubby and I were new empty nesters. At first it was hard. The house seemed way too quiet. Now we love it! lol! Fabulous pictures! Savor the fun for sure! Thanks for sharing with SYC.