Sunday, August 19, 2007

We're famous!

Well, not really...but look who was in the newspaper this morning!

The caption reads, "Darren ***** bends down Saturday at the Chihuahuan Desert Nature Park to let his 20-month-old daughter, Meghan, 'pollinate' a flower with a bee, albeit one attached to a wire. The father brought his children to the park to spend the day with butterfly-related activities during the annual Butterfly Flutterby."


As Margaret correctly guessed, I was sad to have missed out on all the fun, but I am so glad my kids got to have such a great time with their Daddy yesterday. (They really, really missed him while he was gone last week.) And they got the biggest kick out of seeing baby Meggie in the newspaper today!

(Oh, and class was great this afternoon; I passed!)

8 comments:

Margaret in Minnesota said...

Look at Meghan's little look of concentration! How cute is that?

And a big CONGRATULATIONS! on passing your test. I prayed for you at Mass this morning; did you feel it? ;)

He who wears the most black wins. said...

Congratulations on passing!-Although, I never had a doubt. ;) And, what an adorable picture! So cute!!

Jill said...

What a great photo. You ARE famous. You can claim to be the wife to that man and the mother to that adorable and inquisitive daughter!!

Celeste said...

Absolutely wonderful! How does it feel to be married to someone so famous? :)

I am so glad the test and the class went well.

I am so sorry I have been very absent lately. We were gone again this weekend! Life takes its toll on my blogging!

Much love, many prayers, and many happy thoughts!

Celeste

mom-in-training said...

That is so neat! And what an amazing picture of Darren and Meghan - she really is so adorable!

Congratulations on your test - yeah!!! You did it!

Thanks for sharing all the happy news!

Mrs Jackie Parkes MJ said...

Wow a great picture!

Mrs Pea said...

Congratulations on the test, and on having such a famous hubby and a daughter with a future in either botany or bee keeping!

Jane Ramsey said...

Very cool!