Because If It's Not One Thing It's Another
Isn't she something! Thanks for sharing the Mighty Hope with us.
*cheering*You GO, Hope!You're the karate kid! And I bet in no time you'll have your black belt!Great shots, Dianne! I love how you framed them.X to you, Hope, Athena, Siren and Isadora!
Feet of furry! So they don't let you be in the same room with them? Seems kind of odd, but then they probably don't want family members getting hit with pieces of flying wood when the kids start breaking boards. ;)
She is awesome. Concentration will win the day. I expect great things from "our" Miss Hope. Molly says Woof! You Go Girl!
Ah, she is something indeed!! What fun shots! And, yes indeed, thanks for sharing the Mighty Hope today!! I love these!!
Oh, fierce warrior princess! Good for her.
She looks like she's really into it.
What cute shots!
How Fantastic is that!!!! HOPE looks adorable--as always,in her Karate clothing....HUGS to Her, Hugs to You, my dear, and HUGS to Athena....!
My heart just soared when I saw these pictures of the beautiful and amazing Hope!
Wow she's really into it! My younger daughter did Judo for a view weeks and never really got into it, but I can see Hope's really taking it seriously!
Wow! How cool is that!
Wow! Hope has really grown since the last time I was here! SheLooks so fierce in her practice, a very strong young girl. I went back and see you have a new granddaughter too! Congratulations Dianne, and I hope you are feeling 100%.
Great action shot of Hope, I can almost hear her shouting "Hay Ya!"
She. Is. ADORABLEEEEE!!!
That's awesome! It's easy to tell that she takes direction well, which is vitally important. I've seen kids who can't sit still for two seconds to learn. Hope looks very much the opposite.
Dang that's cute! I remember when our three older grands took Karate (the ones who are grown up married most of them now)... our granddaughter was very good but she wouldn't raise her voice. Her sensei (I'm not sure I'm spelling that right after all this time) just could not make her yell! Her brothers had no problem. (Kelsey is still pretty soft spoken, now that she's a grown up mother -- but her boys obey her...she doesn't have to raise her voice! )Hope is absolutely adorable.
Not that fuzzy, and too great not to keep forever! Nice photos. I envy your ability to be there. Gin
She's my hero.
Oh wow, Dianne! Hope is growing up! What a cutie. I'd not want to get on her wrong side, though. I'd probably end up a karate pancake!
Oh my.. she looks so confident and in charge. What a love!
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