Down here in “Amity”, as I like to call it, I went to a 90th birthday party today for a good friend of mine.
Vivian has been so kind to me for the past six years I have known her. She collects the money at the pancake breakfast. Always,Vivian has a kind word for everyone.
She’s the one with the grey hair and pearls. She try to help fellow knitter and crocheters as best as she can.She is always amazing to talk to in a coversation. One day when I grow up, I want to be just like her!
Here are some shots that before hand, would have had Martha Stewart smiling.
Happy birthday Vivian! I love you!
Jim decided to take us home via Atlantic City today.
I got a belated birthday/Christmas gift-a mini Apple iPad .
I use the Mac book pro and phone for my pictures, but it was if I needed something to stretch my abities.
Here’s to a long and happy run with it.
Well, normally I could catch White Christmas on actual television the night before my birthday, but this year it seems not to be.It’s kind of weird, as there are a lot of years I missed SNL so I never heard some of this stuff.
I am thankful for having another year under my belt.I am so grateful that Zosia has made it through a medical up and down year, and is still hanging in, and that Kasia is more of a love bug than I ever could imagine.I am happy that I almost have a full year of city retirement under my belt.I am thankful for my family, and I miss them: things would be good if I got to see them more.
Most of all, thanks, Gentle Reader, for hanging in for another year of my posts: you are appreciated more than you can imagine.
In the line of family birthdays, my nephew/Godson Gregory is December 19th.
We managed to spend time together on the train when he went to Temple University and I worked in town. We had many good talks together and I miss those times.
He is now a graduate student at Saint Joseph’s University and is also busy working. I am very proud of him and wish him all the best life has to offer.
Happy birthday Greg!
I was lucky to have my Mom around for 51 of my 55 years. December 18th is her birthday and I am certain someone in heaven made her a 1-2-3-4 cake.
The picture above is Mom with one of her grandchildren. Matthias was not quite 2 when this picture was taken at my godparents 60th wedding anniversary. Mom loved all her kids and grandchildren:she loved the whole family.
There’s not a day that goes by that I don’t miss her. I know she is happy with my family in heaven: it takes some of the sting out of the heartache.
Happy birthday in heaven, Mom. Miss you like crazy!
We are on our way up to the city this morning to see Jim’s Mom and Kathy, his sister.
It’s my mother-in-law’s 97th birthday today . I am a firm believer in being there for someone’s birthday, especially when you get in the higher numbers. No one is guaranteed a next birthday, you know? She has seen a lot and to be able to celebrate with her will be a joy.
I made two loaf cakes for her, and we’re bringing her fur granddaughters up too!
Happy birthday Babci Kasia! We love you!
Today, my brother Bob turns 65. I can’t believe my sweet Baboo is 65.I can never be half the person he is, and he is the best.
Tomorrow my Daddy would be 95. He passed when he was 77. I miss him every day.
I told Bob today I love him. I talk to my Dad every day. I hold them both tight in my heart.
Happy birthday- you both are always in my heart.And I miss you too, Mom.