Oh boy, these two are something else! Elise Marie (Ellie) and Jack Michael (3 and 4) are just the cutest little buggersThey are bestest buddies!
We love to sing "action" songs and have tea parties!
And, of course, here's my Gannon! Can't believe he is 11 already and catching up with his Grandma. (We always have to measure to see how tall he is!)
Later in the afternoon, we headed up to the nursing home to have a picnic with Dad in the courtyard. He enjoyed it so much. Mom made rhubard pie, we took strawberry shortcake and KFC! So glad we have such a nice area to take Dad outside. (From left to right, cousin Margaret, Dad and Mom.)
My son Chad and Grandpa. Chad's Kim is such a sweetie, she brought beautiful flowers to one of the patients here for her 90th birthday. It just made that sweet little lady's day!
My Ashley and Grandpa. (Poor Ashley is SO ready to have this baby - and we're ready to get our hands on her!)
FOUR GENERATIONS! (Me, Abbey, Dad, Ashley and Chad) I'm so thankful that we had this time together for Father's Day, it's what it's truly about.
Okay girls, I've been so busy that I haven't been paying much attention to how many posts I've done. I can't believe this is NUMBER 100! Time for a give-away. I've never done this before, so you'll have to hang in there with me. Just leave a comment and you will be in the drawing, which will take place on this Friday. The prize will be a surprise, but I don't think you will be disappointed. If you don't have a blog, just leave a comment anyway with your e-mail.
I can't believe how many wonderful friends I've made through this blog. It is such a wonderful way to get to know people from all over the world that have the same interests. Thank you all so much for making me feel welcome and for the support you have given since Dad had his stroke.
I hope that the next time I'm on here we have a new grandbaby (Lucianna) and I can say "Woo Hoo" to Linda (Behind My Red Door)!
Until next time...