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Sunday, September 30, 2007
Doesn't it figure that the ONE picture where Caden is looking at the camera with a pleasant look on his face... Madison is picking at tree bark. Nonetheless, it was still one of my favorites, and shows Madison's daydreamer side, a nice candid of her.
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Okay, I really wasn't too nervous. If it was something bad, they'd call me, right? Right?????
So here's the email I got back today. I knew I had a good kid, but it's so nice to see other's recognizing it as well. I'm very proud of my boy.
Thank you for emailing me...I just wanted to touch base with you as I have been overwhelmingly impressed by William! He does a phenomenal job both in class discussions and in labs. He has really shown a great concern for others and I appreciate the knowledge he brings into my class.
So with that...I want to thank you!
Have a wonderful day and please let me know if there is ever a question or concern!
Mrs. Science Teacher
Here's a picture of William on the first day of school. He hardly put up with it, and refused to let me take a picture of him getting on the bus. He thought that it would embarass him now that he's in Middle School. Silly boy ;) (no I wouldn't really do that to him, but it's fun teasing him).
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Now, yet another year has passed and my mother has been gone for 21 years.
Lucy Cuen Bradford passed away from colon cancer at the age of 50, on Septmember 20th, 1986. I was 10 years old at the time.
My mother was beautiful, and I will always remember her that way. There's just no way to describe the effect that she had on my life, though my time with her was much too short.
The following is a video of my mom. I'm the little one with her most of the time.
The following is from http://www.coloncancerfoundation.org/anyage.htm
Please Know the risk factors of developing colon cancer.
A personal history of colorectal polyps, previously treated colorectal cancer, or inflammatory bowel disease
Race : African Americans are more likely than other racial or ethnic groups to get colorectal cancer
Being physically inactive
Eating a diet high in fat (especially from red meat)
Eating a diet low in fruits and vegetables
Having a family history of colorectal cancers, certain other cancers, and benign colon polyps (Fewer than 10% of colorectal cancers are caused by inherited gene mutations.)
Wednesday, September 5, 2007
We had a small party for him last night (just our family). Daddy surprised him with a hummer ride on toy, he LOVES IT! He screamed and cried when we finally dragged him away from it to have his birthday cake. I made him a jello poke cake and that was a hit too (once he got over being pulled from his truck).HAPPY BIRTHDAY CADEN!!!
Saturday, September 1, 2007
I think he liked looking at the baby animals the best, there were some baby ducks and chicks that he just went nuts over. He also really enjoyed cheese curds (I know, not a good thing but I HOPE a couple don't clog his arteries so soon!).I've copied some pics below from our day :). Cade's burns are doing REALLY well. It's a major pain to re-dress them each day, but they're healing well. The deep one on his upper thigh is still bleeding a lot, but the other ones have stopped bleeding and the new pink skin is already forming. phew... We go to the doctor again on Tuesday (his birthday!) for a followup and to do his two year well child visit.
Here's some pictures from our day, the big kids had fun too! (Editors Note: The reason why this post was Caden centered was because I shamefully copied my post off of my September 2005 baby list).
Don't you wish YOU had a pickle hat??
At the BIG SLIDE: