Last week I flew to Orlando, FL to attend Kieran's promotion from Pre-School. I was so proud of her. She was the cutest and brightest in her class, of course. For those who don't know, she's my five year old granddaughter. Kieran is the 4th "graduate" from the left on the front row. Isn't she adorable?
It was fun attending the promotion, but mostly being there to visit the grandchildren. We live too far away.
Someday that will change. John and I pray that we'll be able to move somewhere closer. Kentucky has captured us. So, we'll see what develops.
Our son-in-law was able to be home for the promotion. Luis works hard to provide for his family. He's a flight attendant with United Airlines. And, yes, that is the airline I mostly fly on. As "in-laws" we don't get flight privileges, but I fly United because I like them. Having worked for the airlines for a gazillion years, I find United better than most.
Do I get privileges from my career with the airlines? No. I jumped around too much. I started with Bonanza Airlines in 1962, then went with Contiental, Flying TIgers, Airlift - all as a flight attendant. Then into Marketing & sales with Aloha Airlines and lastly All Nippon Airways.
My next post will be about my time at Quilting Adventures in Richmond, VA. I'm very excited about my time there. The quilt shop has an amazing array of fabrics. I can see I won't be making much money on this trip.
Also, if you've not signed up for my eNewsletter do so. I'll be announcing my next intensive workshop soon.
In the meantime, enjoy life! It's the best.