Tuesday, April 22, 2014

THE "GREATS"


Last night we attended a service for our oldest daughter's FIL who passed away last week.  It gave us a chance to visit with family and friends and see our darling "great" grandsons Issac and Matthew.  They are getting so tall and full of life and mischief (in a cute way).  Issac is 6 and in 1st grade, Matthew 5 in Kindergarten.  They start T-Ball soon and that will be fun to watch them play.

I had planned to post my Creative Tuesday picture today, but received word last night that our Host, Mr. Toast's wife was in a bad car accident and is OK but pretty bruised and sore.  God's grace and protection were at work when you see the car and read his account.  If you would like to read about it you can click on the Creative Tuesday badge on my side bar.

CT will be postponed to April 28.

Hope you having a good week.
  

19 comments:

  1. the sad occasion of your daughters FIL passing brought family together, beautiful Grandsons, it was in deed a scary time for Alexandria, thank goodness it was not worse!She has a loving husband in Mr.toast, he is taking such good care of her,

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    1. They are quite a pair... I hope it is always like this with them. Yes, Mr. Toast is such a sweet and loving person, know his wife is in good hands.

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    1. Us grandmas and our little darlings...thanks.

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  3. Your greats are GORGEOUS little GUYS! They are darling!!!! I love those ages.
    I am so sorry about your host an will check it out! xo Diana

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    1. Aren't they sweet. Always hugging...hope it stays that way.

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  4. They're adorable. Can't believe they're that old already. I remember when Isaac was born!

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    1. I remember posting about having that first great grandchild. They are really are full of life and have such cute little personalities.

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  5. Sweet little boys. Thanks for sharing the precious photo.

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    1. Thanks Mildred. It was really fun getting to see and visit with them and grab a picture or two.

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  6. Aaawwwww, what little cuties. They grow so fast....it's nice to have pictures to look at, and see how they change in such a short time.
    Debbie

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    1. I was touched at how "brotherly" they were acting, arms around each other. It was so fun to see them again. Looking forward to T-Ball.

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  7. What precious boys! Soooo cute! I had hoped to see mine next week. Don't know now if that will happen. My daughter's not feeling up to my visit with all the hormonal changes with the IVF soon and my son doesn't have another room. I'd sleep on the couch but he's not one to like mama to stay with him. Sooo. I did skype tonight. My baby girl is growing everyday.

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    1. Thanks Bonnie. I don't get to see these little guys as often as I would like, but when I do they melt my heart. Don't you love Skype...That's how we have been able to see Tristan up in OR. They grow so fast, and I know your little baby girl is to.

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  8. Whoo Hoo baseball for the next 10 years, lol. I like the Lake Tahoe pic, looks clear.

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    1. Love watching all our grandkids in their different sports.

      Yes, Lake Tahoe is one of those "God made" not man made lakes, and it's so clear and cold.

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  9. What a pair of cuties. Our condolences to your daughter and her family.

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    1. Thanks so much. They are quite a "pair".

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  10. What a handsome little pair!
    You must be thrilled Wanda with them Wanda...

    Linda :o)

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