Elizabeth’s First Day of Pre-K

Aug 14, 2006 | archived | 0 comments

This morning I dropped Elizabeth off at her first day of Pre-K. While her Pre-K class is in the same place as her daycare has been, you could tell when we walked into the building that she knew it was going to be different today.

We walked into the room, checking the names on each of the two doors, and at least there were three kids from daycare this summer that said hello to Elizabeth. One of the little girls smiled and got a little excited, and her mother said that she’d been talking about Elizabeth all summer. While I’d heard her name from Elizabeth every-so-often, I really didn’t know who she was. I really need to step up my social skills, just so Elizabeth has some kids at her birthday party come October.

Gawd, I just can’t believe that my baby is in school. Where did the time go?

About Amber

Amber has been writing since she was small but turned to art and graphic design to make a living. Writing was just for fun for a very long time. She’s participated in Nanowrimo every year since 2003 but decided to find and work with a writers’ group in Atlanta, GA to push her work out into the wild world.