Caleb really got a lot out of Stem-X Camp where he learned so very much and enjoyed every minute.
He really liked earning a diploma for his first solo flight with a flight simulator from Microsoft. He was also happy to build a couple of rockets.
This layout goes with one I previously posted here on June 8 when John's family, all five of them, went on a bicycle ride. Beth , Julia and Oliver road together, while John and Caleb took a longer ride.
These pictures were taken as Oliver and Julia were getting ready to leave.
It hasn't been easy having the triplets split up and in different schools. They have always been together. I'm not sure where Aussie was on Mother's Day this year, but he didn't get in this picture. I still love having this to remember Mother's Day this year. It was good that Mason and Ashley were able to be with their mom.
Last week at Stem-X Camp Caleb built and launched two rockets. That was only one of the activities. It was a full week of Science, technology, engineering and mathematics. At present Caleb is planning to become an aeronautical engineer. So, as we used to say, this was right up his alley.
I was a first grade school teacher for several years before retiring to have a family. My husband and I raised 6 children, four were his and two ours. From '67 to '98, I had children at home. Loved them so much. They were my life. But now that I'm a grandmother and 'retired', I'm pretty much doing what I want. I have been an artist in oils and colored pencil. Now I'm in to digital scrapbooking big time. Besides that, I love Bible study. I belong to the most wonderful group in the world. ORU (Opinions R Us). Among the 9 of us 'girls',are opinions enough to run the world. We travel together,e-mail,'party' and all talk at the same time.
I cherish their friendship.
And my husband loves them all.