Tuesday, 6 September 2016

Senior School


S has been excited all through the holiday about the start of senior school and today was that day.
S went to bed early last night because of course the earlier you go to bed the sooner the morning comes when you are excited, just like Christmas!
Looking so smart in her new uniform she was raring to go by the time ticked round to when she had to leave.
I must admit I was feeling anxious for her. The thought of something going wrong or that this much longed for day ended up being an anti-climax was a concern but thankfully all went well.
Long may it continue. 
I'm so proud of S for her positive attitude and enthusiasm.
And I love that big smile too.

11 comments:

Lowcarb team member said...

She looks so smart ...and what a lovely smile.
May she settle well and thoroughly enjoy her new school.

All the best Jan

Jo said...

Awww, look how grown up she looks. It's no wonder that you're proud of her, I'm sure her secondary school days will be filled with success. Now down to the hard work, if her school's anything like the one here, she'll have homework already.

Cheryl mylittlepieceofengland said...

Beautiful picture, your daughter is so pretty and what a great attitude. Hope she had a fantastic start to the new chapter in her life xx

Linda Kay said...

It's an exciting and intimidating time to go to a new school, where you are once again the younger students.

Kezzie said...

So glad she was so excited! Good luck to her!x

Amy at love made my home said...

How exciting for your daughter! I hope that she is loving her new school! xx

Angel Jem said...

Doesn't she look lovely! And how grown up. Love the tie, by the way, very different!

Sue in Suffolk said...

What snazzy jazzy ties the school has and how very smart your daughter looks, long may the happiness continue

Anna @ paperdollsandposies said...

Really really happy for you & your "little" girl that all is going so well, she looks ever so smart!
Anna xx

Simone said...

She is a credit to you Lisa. x

Wainwright and Wright.Co said...

Good luck to your daughter as she starts senior school, it's a lovely photo. Most of them are so ready to move on when the time comes aren't they?
Caz xx