Tuesday, February 05, 2008

I'm Back in the Saddle Again!

Our youngest son and last child passed his Drivers Test! He can now drive himself to and fro, which frees me up to have a life once again folks....do I hear a "HEE-HAW!!!!" As I waited for him to finish the test, I tried to sit calmly in the lounge--I failed. Pacing across the room, looking out each and every floor to ceiling window for just a peek of him on the course, my mind raced with thoughts of how quickly time flies! I can still remember holding him the day he was born sixteen years ago. And now suddenly, with a small 2x3 photo ID, he will be licensed to drive....further into independence...and away from me. So I hold him securely in my mind and promise to pray a blessing over him as he continues to grow into the young man God gifted to me!


Dawn said...

Yay for driving! Also Yikes!! It makes me feel so old every time I see yet another former baby in our church come driving into the parking lot.

It's good to have you back among the blogging! I can't imagine doing what you are doing.

Sharon Lynne said...

I celebrate with you!

My 16 (almost 17) year old is studying the book right now. He's about ready to get his learners permit.

I understand your joy. I, too, am looking forward to having my youngest son on wheels. Late tonight...just when I finally finished my work and curled up on the couch...he said he needed a ride to his friend's house to get a Spanish book...so he could do his homework.

Nadine said...

What a milestone. Congratulations to him.

I miss when you're gone too long.

Diane J. said...

I'm with Dawn. Yay! Eek! Oh my! Yippee! ;-)

Missed you! Hope you'll have a little more time for blogging now.

Love and hugs,


Barb said...

I remember the mixed feelings I had when my girls were finally on their own, transportation wise. On the one hand, it's just as you said, a new freedom. But on the other, it takes a while to not worry when they're out with the car.

Wonderful slide show, Diane. This really is a milestone in his life, in all your lives.

C. H. Green said...

Looks like we all have been busy. I am so proud of you and your educational accomplishments. I do miss you, but I know in spirit you are here. Thanks for being my friend. Love Cyn

Nadine said...

Hey come by for your awards.

groovyoldlady said...

Nice slideshow tribute to Mr. Wheels! (Hope you have nerves of steel!)

Dee said...

What a cutie he was...is.....congratulations to him on getting his license.