Throwback Thursday from the archives.
I was trying to get a photo of the three grandkids in 2005.
I let them press the shutter release button on the cable.
All three of them will be in high school this fall. ( Well, in a couple of weeks! )
It’s been unbearably hot this past week and one cool place to go is the movies. Three of the grandkids and I went to the movie theatre to see Toy Story 4. We took turns sitting in the chair of this cardboard commercial for an upcoming movie.
When I was a kid I loved reading Charles Addams cartoons in a big book we had in our house.
Carnegie Science Center Sportsworks. Keeping the grandkids entertained during their Spring Break.
A wish for every happiness, always.
Cheers to the newly married royal couple.
Love one another is the perfect theme for the world.
Today I saw my parents’ fiftieth wedding anniversary (1939-89) champagne flutes in Mark and Erika’s China cabinet. Mark and Erika (2002) and Laura and James (2011) both used these flutes at their weddings.
I had set the alarm this morning for five AM but Grandma Mar woke up before then and texted me upstairs. We’re here together this weekend, watching the grandkids. We woke up the girls and they made it down to the couch. They fell back asleep, snuggled in blankets until we woke them up when the bride arrived at Windsor Castle.
Friends I know were watching snd texting from Florida and Pennsylvania. It was a very happy day. Wishing Harry and Meghan a long and happy life together.
Maternal grandma (FFMarlene) baked peanut butter chip cookies for our grandkids Anna, Michael, Jack and Maura.
We are going to have a doubly sweet family weekend together. Our tins of cookies will disappear at lightning speed.
Last week when a couple of the grandkids were in town we visited this exhibit. Here’s Maura at the Carnegie Science Center.
See the Structure of her knitted shirt?