July 31, 2017

A WONDERFUL VISIT



Saturday was delightful.  Nothing quiet or well mannered about this day at all.  We joined the Automotive Museum Volunteers for a picnic in the park.  Best of all, Grandson Alex, his lady and her daughter joined us. 

We over celebrated his graduation from the picnic; we had visits to two museums, and lunch at Filipes in Little Italy down town.  It’s been a long time since we saw him.  PTSD after Iraq, drinking, car crashes…those sorts of ugly things.  G and I both liked his lady Cee, and her daughter seemed to like us back.

It’s a good start.  ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….        

  • Himself:  G back to his Monday schedule: work, eat, drive to the back country in 98 % humidity.  That sort of thing.
  • Herself:  My hip is gradually improving.  I can bend over gently now.  So it’s do the usual but gently: Laundry, gym, groceries, eat, laundry, work on Friday’s Comic Con pictures.
  • Reading:  A very old but well written Cadell.
  • Gratitude’s:  Cee dragging Alex down here this Saturday.


7 comments:

  1. How wonderful for you to see your grandson and his sweeties. Life is good, Mage.

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  2. I am so glad he is better. It really shows on his face and body carriage. My son is better as well, but his ride is going to be much longer I am afraid.

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  3. Love that the grands come and bring their family, such a nice day.

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  4. It is indeed wonderful to have grandchildren to visit. I'm sure that no matter how old they are, they are always your grandbaby.

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  5. It looks and sounds like a fine reunion. All the best.

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  6. Wonderful that things are going so well for him. Those are three faces radiating delight. Lovely to see.

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