teenage driver via seejaneblog

longboarding in the winter via seejaneblog

scootering in the winter via seejaneblog

sitting on a longboard sitboarding via seejaneblog

australian labradoodle puppy longboarding in utah via seejaneblog

A portrait of my children (and puppy), once a week, every week, in 2015.

Kiana: She is on her first official high school weekend trip with friends this weekend!!! She borrowed her dad’s truck to drive her friends and herself to southern Utah. Before she left I warned her about the overly zealous highway patrol that monitor I-15 between Northern and Southern Utah. Regardless of the warning, she got her first speeding ticket on the way to St. George on Friday. Live and Learn.

Myla: She’s currently playing indoor soccer, taking indoor golf lessons, and training indoors for tennis. She’ll probably ask me to get her the best simulator for golfing soon if I’m not careful with all these indoor lessons. Thank goodness the temperatures were in the low fifties today and she was able to do something active – OUTDOORS!!!

KJ: He’s always speaking in techy terms… He’ll say things like, “I’m the new KJ 11.0”, “I just had an update” — so we now relate such phrases to peoples birthdays. I just had my 39.0 update, and KJ is launching his update in April to the 12.0. *we’re nerds*

Sela: Red lipstick phase. She really loves lipstick.

Wellesley Baloo: It took a LOT of puppy treats to get her to stay on that longboard. She does NOT like it! But we are hoping she’ll learn to like it and learn to hop on the board with Myla all the time!

All pictures by me, Jane Rhodes.

3 responses to “03/52”

  1. Isn’t it funny how that happens? I remember explaining it to my parents as a teenager that they could warn me about every single danger in my life, and every way that they went wrong and wish they hadn’t, and yet… I still needed to make those mistakes to know not to do them again. Even now, if I’m driving off from seeing my parents, they’re yelling out “drive careful! Don’t speed!”. The first time I was pulled over, I cried and cried to the officer about it, and he wasn’t budging. I cried to my aunt and my best friend about it too, but it didn’t make it go away. Lesson learned. 😉

    Loving your 52 project photos and blurbs!!

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