Happy Birthday to my hubby and his twin sister. Nobody’s telling their age but I think they both look great. Carryl was born a whole half hour before Darryl. And as babies, the story goes that he was always stealing her bottle.
There’s two to wash, two to dry;
There’s two who argue, two who cry….
There’s two to kiss, two to hug;
And best of all, there’s two to love!
Darryl, Carryl and one of them and their mother, Eileen. Happy Birthday to two really awesome people!!!!! I love you both. Namaste’
What we thought would be kind of a sad day turned out very well. We were hoping to have my stepdad out of the skilled nursing home at least for Christmas Day, but that turned out to not be the case. Instead, we took all the presents and went to where he is. His daughter and her husband were there from the midwest and we all had a great time. Stepdad was happy that we were all there. Everyone ate lunch together at the nursing home. I guess if I had to be in one of those places, I would sure want my loved ones around me. I hope he’ll remember at least some of the moments we all shared today.
Here’s a shot of me and WS. Obviously I didn’t take this picture, so I’m breaking the rules of the photo-a-day project, but hey, I’ve broken lots of rules before – LOL!
Hope your Christmas Day was spectacular in every way. Namaste’
Today’s photo is a red glass vase that my Grandpa gave my Grandma many, many years ago. It was the last gift he gave her before he passed away. She cherished it, my Mom cherished it and now I will. And someday my daughter and her daughter will as well.
Look close enough and you can see my reflection in the face of the vase. Namaste’