"Reach high, for stars lie hidden in your soul.
Dream deep, for every dream precedes the goal.
~Ralph Vaull Starr
prioredesigns page/by Kappy
The Picture People/5.25.03
The Picture People/4.4.04
Meet the peanuts!
Sawyer & Spencer
Before the page
Page by: Emily
Flowers by: iStock
Photos by: Canon PowerShot S2IS
Welcome to the wagon.
||Lydia: Lydia is 13 years old and growing into a beautiful, smart, funny and energetic young lady. She still dreams of being a veterinarian, and still adores horses, knowing every fact about them from the basic ones to the breed specific. She does very well in school, and has a great group of friends. She reads any book she can get her hands on, and is, as always, a great big sister.
|Julia: Julie is just as much of a tomboy at 10 as I was when I was her age, and that makes it easy for me to know how to keep her happy. She really likes learning about various bugs and insects, sometimes bringing them into the house and making me scream, and is equally as interested in sea life which goes well with her dreams of being a marine biologist. She has made quite few new friends this year, mostly boys, and can keep her brothers entertained for hours.
||Sawyer: Sawyer is 6 and the ultimate mommy's boy. He can't walk past me without reminding me he loves me and thinks I am beautiful, and from what I can tell by the girls at school he passes that love onto them as well. He is reading very well and picked up on it quickly, and loves school so much that he is unhappy about the approaching summer break. He could play action figures with his brother all day if we let him, and makes friends where ever he goes.
|Spencer: Spence, also 6 of course, is quickly becoming the clown of the family. He lives to make people laugh, typically with inappropriate humor involving bodily functions, and is never shy about flashing a wicked grin. It is impossible for anyone to stay mad at him for any length of time because in a few minutes he'll have you rolling with laughter. He loves super heroes, and still likes to tie a blanket or a scarf around his neck as a cape before he rushes off to save the day.