Monday, November 25, 2013


    Good morning, 
I hope everyone's weekend was a very good one.

  I hope my blogger friends don't get tired of me bragging about my     grandchildren.  After all that's why they put the "Grand" in front of children.  They are just that and make my life so much happier.
On Saturday we spent 2/3 of the day at the Atlanta International Convention Center where  Cheerleading Competitions were held.

This is the stage and the TV screen is announcing the group that my granddaughter, Morgan, is in.

This was her first competition for cheerleading, she was in competitive Gymnastics's for 5 years .

This is her Team.

These next photo's are of her team competing.

Sorry a little blurred, I was trying to watch and take photo's at the same time.  Good thing my daughter ordered a DVD, maybe I can see on it what I missed.

(Morgan on the left )

I failed to mention that she is one of the "flyer's".  My heart sank every time they would threw her up, but so THANKFUL that they caught her each time. They are a great group of girls.

They won SECOND PLACE and this is one proud Grandma!



  1. I love cheer competitions. I know you enjoyed your day and congratulations on second place. (My daughter cheered in middle school/high school. She, too, was a flyer until you know what happened. Then she insisted on being a base!)

  2. Part of being a grandmother is bragging rights and I liked seeing the photos. Congrats to your granddaughter's team on second place.

  3. She is a beautiful girl...congratulations to her and her team.
    I know, first hand, how proud you are of her. And, we never get tired of hearing about grands.
    I have 10 grands.....7 girls and 3 fellas...2 grands-by-marriage, a great-grandgirl and another on the way. So, we have a large and wonderful family.
    P.S. I have one grandgirl cheering right now...the other that cheered is now in college.

  4. Darling girls Sylvia... you must be very proud of your granddaughter!... congratulations to her team!... Happy Thanksgiving to you, xoxo Julie Marie

  5. What a wonderful picture of you and your sweet granddaughter. She is just a beautiful young lady. I know you are bursting with pride. xo Diana

  6. Hey There Sylvia!
    What fun that must have been to see your granddaughter do. What an amazing accomplishment!
    She is very pretty, you should be so proud (and I know you are)
    I love reading all your posts, keep them coming.
    I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving! Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Blessings to you,

  7. Hi sweet friend! I love hearing about your family and don't worry, you don't brag too much - is it even possible to brag too much?

    Anyway, what a wonderful accomplishment for your granddaughter! I am very excited for her and for you, dear Sylvia :)

    Happy Thanksgiving, friend! I am so thankful for you.

    Love ya!

  8. You and your Granddaughter look fantastic and so happy and loved. What a great wonderful blessing you have in your life. Happy Thanksgiving to you,yours, and all. Love Echo

  9. Wow, 2nd place is wonderful! congrats to her!! She really is a beauty! I hope you and your family have a very blessed Thanksgiving!

  10. Wow! Congratulations! Of course you should brag about your grandchildren! That's your right and privilege! When I was a cheerleader we didn't have to do all that fancy gymnastic stuff. We just jumped up and down and yelled a lot! I don't think I could be a cheerleader today! (obviously not at my age! LOL) Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  11. Awesome photos of your amazing granddaughter! You have a right to be proud!! Congrats on their win!!! I just loved the pictures of you two at the end. It's wonderful being a grandmother.
    Have a very Happy Thanksgiving!
    Down Memory La La Lane

  12. Oh my, your granddaughter is gorgeous! And cheerleaders work so hard, people have no idea.
    2nd place, that is wonderful, pass along my congratulations to the team!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!


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