One of her best friends came to watch her for the first time and loved it. It is so sweet how they support and encourage one another. I am glad that my girls have good friends who love them and who they love.
Angel Daughter Number One drove down from Los Angeles to have dinner with us and to watch her little sister compete. She is also doing really well. Mark is such a great daddy. He never misses a competition that is within driving distance. There are times when I am unable to go because of my health but Mark is always there to represent. He went up for both days of competition last weekend. I know that all of the girls appreciate their daddy's support. I married a great man.
My girls are all working on following their dreams which makes me a very content momma. As long as I know that they are all healthy, safe, happy and productive, I can rest better at night. Tomorrow is not only the first day of spring, but it is also AD3's 20th birthday. Happy Birthday, Angel Daughter Number Three! It is difficult for me to believe that I will only have one teenager for the first time in many, many years. There was actually a time period when I had four teenage daughters at once. I was not quite sure I would make it past that time period unscathed, but I did. We did. And as quickly as life moves, I like where we are now and I am also looking forward to where we will someday be. It's all good:)
*Opps! I just realized that I wrote that it was AD4's birthday today, when it is AD3's birthday! Sometimes I have trouble getting it all right! It's like when one of them is in trouble and I start calling them all by the wrong name until I get to the correct one. Oy! Happy Birthday AD3! I love you!