A Significant Event

My youngest niece, Kaylee, graduates from high school Sunday night.  Since I live miles and miles away from her, I was not part of her daily life, but tried to keep in touch through annual family visits, photos, phone calls and lately, internet connections.  Kaylee was a bright baby and toddler, a smart little girl and now, a beautiful, talented and wonderful young lady.  She is fortunate to have hardworking, dedicated  and loving parents, grandparents that  spoil her to this day, and “The World’s Greatest Aunts and Uncles”! We are so proud of Kaylee and send her the best wishes for her new adventures.

The fun thing about being an Aunt is posting all the fun photos.

Kay (her mom and my sister) and Kaylee just kicking back on Grandpa’s hammock.


Kaylee at five years old.



Showing off for “Aunt Sandy”.Image

Alex (Kaylee’s dad) and Kaylee.


Kaylee talked me into walking a corn maze in Kentucky.  She SAID she knew the way out.  Yeah, three hours later!Image

We had a great day together at the Forkland Festival.Image

(Tissue alert!)

Pat and I are so proud of you.  We adored the little girl you were and love the wonderful person you’ve become.  We will always be there for you.

See ya,





About psobrien

Hi, my name is Sandy and I am a retired professional quilter turned fiber artist with my main interest in spinning wool , using natural plants to dye fiber to be used in tapestry weaving. I grew up on a dairy farm in Kentucky, travelled around the world and now make my home in Southeastern Arizona with my husband, Pat and Duffy, our Westiepoo.
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3 Responses to A Significant Event

  1. GENELANHAM says:

    Really great pictures enjoyed looking at them Gene says that is life thanks.

  2. Thankfully we can be connected nowadays in ways never possible before-congratulations to your niece, Kaylee!

  3. k says:

    did good did not cry yesterday, but now I can’t stop!

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