Monday, April 09, 2012


you would have seen a nice variety of photos of some of my kids and beautiful grandkids.  However, because I neglected to take the camera out of the basket on top of my desk, you will have to imagine my attractive family!

First to arrive was Jacob, my 21 year old handsome grandson.  He is good looking, slim, tanned, and did I say good looking?  Jacob starts nursing school in June, and I am so proud of him!  He had to leave early to go to work.

Next came daughter Kari and the world's best son-in-law, Mike, and awesome grandson Ben, 14,  who helped me move my friend into her apartment on Saturday, and Anna, 9.  Anna had on a lovely dress, with a huge crystal heart necklace and a couple of lovely tattoos for accessories.  Older brother, Adam, 17,  who also helped move my friend on Saturday, was forced to drive by himself so he could show off his new car!

Soon came the beautiful granddaughter, Kjirsten, with her rounded almost 5 month pregnant belly (yes, my first great!).  We had fun suggesting baby names for her until she also had to leave to go to work.   Georgeous sister, Kathryn (who was happy I had vegetarian beans)  and hubby Clayton, joined us shortly thereafter, even though Clayton was not feeling well.  Their tall and handsome brother, Aaron, arrived soon, too, without his Callie who also had to work.

Daughter Gail, her friend Adam, and their friend, Jane came carrying some tulips for me!  Gotta get them planted quickly!  Gail's youngest son, the very good looking Caleb, came a bit later.  Caleb just turned in a big project at college, involving a video he produced.  Hoping for a big A+!

Last to arrive was youngest son Lance, and his wife Tya, and the girls.  Jaden, 14, had been up for hours, participating in two church services and serving the Easter breakfast with the youth group at their church, but it was little sister Madison, 9, who was so tired she wanted nothing but to go home and go to bed.  I offered her a bed here, but she didn't want to sleep at grandma's house.

I hope you enjoyed the pictures of my kids and grandkids who joined us for Easter dinner!  They are much better looking in person!

Now we have to get ready for the big freeze tonight and tomorrow night when temps will dip into the 20's for the first time since February.  That's what we get for being above average for so long.


Rick and LuAnn said...

Glad you had a blessed Easter!

AKBrady said...

Sounds like a fabolous day! We had sunshine, too, and today as well. I cleaned up all the leftover snow play stuff, and brought out a few springy things to remind me the snow will melt, someday. :)

Lena said...

Sounds like you had a house full of beautiful, wonderful people. Glad you enjoyed your holiday. We did also.