Thursday, December 4, 2008

HAPPY 18TH BIRTHDAY, KENNY!


Oh my, how the years do fly by. My youngest is 18 today and going to college in September. He has decided on the University of North Texas in Denton. Did you know that UNT is home to the largest music school in the nation? And did you know that Paste Magazine named Denton, Texas the number one music city in the nation for 2008? Yeppers!! Even though Kenny is interested in majoring in psychology (specializing in sleep disorders), he is a passionate musician. He's been playing guitar since he was 6, and also loves to play piano, drums and a variety of unique instruments. I do believe he will fit right in.

On another note, Maggie and I have a booth at the Teravista Elementary School Holiday Bazaar (across from IKEA) this Friday (3-8) and Saturday (9-4). If you are out and about, drop by. We will have our stamps and other creative goodies, Janet's tea bag folding and iris folding kits, and Marie's stickers. There are around 26 vendors participating. Hope to see you there!!

6 comments:

Pam said...

Happy Birthday! 18 is such a milestone. My mother graduated from there and my grandmother taught there way back when it was a womens college.
Hope you do great at the craft show!!

One Big Happy said...

Love the blog, dear friend! Best of luck at the craft show--we will try to stop by!

have a great day!

mawmawpurple said...

I just wanted to say hi. I'm Tam's mom, and she gave me your address.
I enjoyed reading about your children and if you don't mind, I will be checking back to see what's going on. I also make cards (just for family and friends now), but I will enjoy looking at your comments about crafts.

Betty Causey (mawmawpurple)

TxScrapAddict said...

Happy Birthday! Will try & stop by this weekend!!

Marie said...

Happy bD to Kenny! I vaguely remember 18! LOL Hope his day is extra special. It is such a milestone! See ya tomorrow! Good luck at the Bazaar

lorrie said...

WOW...to be 18 again:) My dad used to live in Denton and taught psychology courses there years ago...great school!