A MOTHER'S WISH FOR HER DAUGHTER'S DREAMS
We were in Boston for Parent's Weekend, visiting our daughter Katie, who is a senior this year. Most seniors don't have parents visit for Parent's Weekend - after 3 years in college, it seems kind of silly to be the wide-eyed visitors, which we really weren't. But Katie wanted us to meet her friends, some of them sorority sisters, some not - and we wanted to see our little girl, of course...only she's not a little girl anymore, in any sense of the word. Being on her turf, with her in charge - it made me both proud and sentimental at the same time. She made all the dinner and brunch reservations, guided us through the streets of Boston, and generally took charge of our visit. It was a pleasure to let her make all the plans, but oh my gosh, where did my little girl go?
|Katie and Ana, doing the sorority pic head tilt|
|Rockport, MA. So beautiful!|
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