Emma made it home.
Late. And when I blogged yesterday morning, she was still sleeping. She woke up and we chatted and then she went to work. Here's hoping all will get unpacked and put away eventually.
Last night I was washing blueberries before dinner and Emma said, "I know the reason I've never liked blueberries. Because I grew up eating these." She pulled a little container of blueberries from Geri's yard. "They just can't compare."
She had a great trip and I took screenshots of some of the pictures Adri (who is an amazing photographer!) put on instagram. (So quality is diminished by multiple screens, not Adri's fault.)
|Emma and Vanessa at Mukilteo Beach|
|Emma and Vanessa at Deception Pass|
|Emma on top of the Space Needle|
|Adri, Vanessa and Emma at Woodland Park Zoo. Adri said it made the Hogle Zoo look like a knock off Walmart brand zoo. Pretty much.|
|Emma, Adri, Vanessa and Raelyn|
And this one from the waverunner:
Here's a picture Megan sent me from when they went to a play Freja and Britta were in:
I think what it comes down to is when it comes to aunts and grandma's, Emma is in pretty good shape.
Seeing the pictures and hearing about the adventures made me miss Seattle. It's a nice place. Especially in the summer. I'm looking forward to going there next month.
And then there will be college.
As I wrote down the dates Braeden and Emma can check in to their dorms on my calendar and got them registered for New Student Orientation, it made me feel a little melancholy. Time is marching on.
Have you seen this IKEA ad? It could be Emma and me.
One of us is sad about this college thing and it isn't her.