Our grandson is starting 7th Grade Covid-style.
We can hardly believe how quickly he is growing up.
The idea for this Back to School Lunchbag packet came from Michele Wooderson’s Blog “Mish Mash.” http://michellewooderson.blogspot.com/2011/08/back-to-school.html I designed the contents on my Silhouette Cameo.
Thought he might like to write a paragraph about his first day in 7th grade.
What a privilege it is for us as grandparents to pray for our grandchild. We feel so blessed to have such a wonderful grandson and truly want God’s best for his life.
Tucked in a monogrammed notebook perhaps to write his assignments in or, more
likely, for him to doodle in. He loves to draw. Monogram frame is from Silhouette Design #214483.
Of course, every monthly LIAB package has a tick tac pack. The background paper was a freebie from Google images. 7th Grade circle is a Silhouette Design.
Grandpa thought he might need a more breathable face protector having to wear it
throughout his school day.
Thought these might be a great addition to his lunch box. There will be no cafeteria meals served this year at school so he will be packing daily lunches. We sent some funds for him to purchase lunch box items, such as thermos for hot items, large water bottle
(no water fountain usage), etc.
Grandpa sent his hunting backpack thinking our grandson might like it. Not sure grandpa every used it, so it was like new. Grandpa has other hunting equipment and clothing that our grandson might like and will ship those in the near future. Grandpa admits he is just getting to old to be going on hunting trips anymore.
Our daughter’s monthly coffee card with a bit of coffee money for her to enjoy. I love the design of this card and borrowed the idea from Kerstin at My Creative Laborotory. “Life is short” is Silhouette design # 122684 and “She believe she could” is Silhouette design #321487.
It’s always a joy to put together these “Love in A Box” packages for our grandson and daughter in New York. We can’t always get out to the stores as we would like to, so we often have to order online and send items via USPS or shipping companies. We want them to know as each month passes that we love them and miss them dearly.