Our girl turned fifteen last week. We celebrated in little fits and spurts as it was a very busy time. Luckily for me, she wanted a Pepperidge Farm coconut we went the boxed cake route. Blasphemous, but sometimes one just has to have boxed cake.

This past year has been so full of change for Helen. First she graduated from the Waldorf School.

Then she went away from home for the first time to sing with Village Harmony, touring for three weeks across Canada.

She started high school, attending public school for the first time.

She joined the backstage crew for the Christmas Revels and learned to make up the cast.

She joined the high school crew team, participating in organized sports for the first time.
Made new friends.

Winning a silver metal at her first race (and continuing to place in the top 3).

All the while maintaining high honors.

Happy Birthday dear girl. We are so proud of you!

sarah  – (May 23, 2011 at 5:16 PM)  

A young lady of whom to be proud, indeed! What a wonderful foundation she has received for her future. Happy birthday to her!

Tammy  – (May 23, 2011 at 5:49 PM)  

So many accomplishments, and a lovely young lady. :) Happy birthday!

softearthart  – (May 23, 2011 at 7:48 PM)  

She is beautiful, 15 is magical, I remember when my daughter was 15. cheers Marie

Suse  – (May 28, 2011 at 3:51 PM)  

Look at those photos. She has become a glorious, shining young woman before our very eyes.

Happy birthday dear Helen, from your mum's invisible friend across the oceans.

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