Friday, February 27, 2009

My Big Girl



This Tahni, my eldest daughter at 24 years old (yes I was 2 when I had her) , commonly known on this blog as CSV (Catholic Scientist Virgin), because she is.

But thats a long story and I have already told it sometime.

She is a beautiful girl with a humanitarian heart and also graduated from Sydney University with an Honours degree (1st Place) in Advanced Science.......she has since gone on to become a very nun like person within the Catholic Church.

Some of us hope she will change her mind about this eventually...

In her own good time of course :0)

11 comments:

Lisa said...

god i love this kid- for everything she is and for everything she is to you dear shell. her smile makes me smile, it always has.
blessed are we, mothers with daughters like tahnee and prue xxx

Lisa said...

CSV.havent we been calling her that for such a long time !!!
funny girl xx

Natalie said...

She is a most beautiful person and exceedingly clever like her Mummy.xx

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Audrey said...

She is lovely! And you are clearly a great Mom! Thanks for sharing her with us.
audrey
xoxoxo

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Chrisy said...

Oh she's so lovely...and bright...I'm sure her life will contain many changes and different choices to the ones she's making now...

Butler and Bagman said...

Your daughter seems wonderful. I also plan to find a place to use the great descriptive phrase, "a very nunlike person."

Artistic Accents by Darla said...

She's beautiful and many good wishes to her on her journey in this life ♥

Renee said...

She is so beautiful Michelle and how proud you must be of your children.

I laughed at hoping she will change her mind. Remember the old days (well you are too young), but there were old days when parents wanted their children to be nuns or priests.

As you can tell I'm an old catholic girl from way back. I am the type to take what I want (like a catholic burial) and leave most of the rest behind.

So interesting. I would love to hear her story.

xoxoxo

Renee said...

Michelle she sounds like a wonderful girl.

What a genius too. I mean there are certainly catholic places that she could go and do science. We, the world needs her brains.

You are really someone special. xoxoxo