So nice to have everyone where they ought to be. So enjoyable to sit and just hangout this weekend.
I cried and sniffed through most of this movie. They even had geneology in it for pete’s sake.
I laughed a great deal too, but it was so relatable. Aging parents, surley children, working on your marriage while being pulled in all directions.
My husband was sweet and watched it with me. He enjoyed it – he is so old school. He love traditions and our own big family.
Last week we watched his movie pick – London has Fallen.
There is a scene where Toula is looking at a photo of her daughter Paris before she was a teen. How many times have I done that myself.
For over 20 years (5 children) at this time of the year I would be making lessons plans, gathering unit study supplies and making books lists in preparation for the new school year.
Not this year. This year I am under the shady tree with a cold drink and a stack of my favorite magazines.
I am stuck home today. The 2009 Kia Rondo had a breakdown. I had to leave it at the mechanic until next week.
The air conditioning compressor went out. On this car, it can not be by passed. I am not sure I would want to – the heat is on here in the central valley, California. 100+ days until October.
My husband had mandatory over time (and we can use the cash for the car repairs) and took the other car.
Here she is looking at me like I am the cause of the problem.
We went to the California State Fair last week. I found out Henrietta is a Blue Gold Duckwing Phoenix.
The fair was fun as always!
July is the birthday month for us. It used to be April, but as our little family has grown via weddings, July is it.
First birthday of the month is our son-in-law. He turned 25 this year. He did not want a fuss. Our daughter/his new wife decorated the chocolate cake I made.
Here is a photo of Juan (on the left), it is his birthday and Josh (AnaMarie -daughter number 3’s beau).