Monday, May 25, 2009
Sunday, May 24, 2009
This is my lovely daughter Jillian. Isn't she just beautiful!
My youngest son, Michael Anthony. Most of the family calls him Anthony, most of his friends call him Mike.
Our little Amara Rose
Even though this picture is a little blurry, it is still one of my favorites.
We also saw this Zeppelin Airship flying over the Long Beach skies. It would have been really fun to catch a ride. Two reasons we didn't. #1 - it was sold out and #2 - It was $375 for a one hour ride. Would have been fun though.
That's us in the back right corner, Patrick with his hands up, Arianna with her hands up - me hanging on to the seat. This is not my favorite ride, however Patrick and Arianna really like it. Yea, I know the picture is blurry, but it is just a snapshot of the picture viewer when you get off the ride.
The cars were designed to look like pill bugs and cute they are. Fast they are not! While we were standing in line, I asked Arianna if that was as fast as they go and she said yea - not too fast huh grandma!! LOL I don't know but it looks like this "need for speed" guy was having fun!!
Saturday, May 23, 2009
I look forward to seeing you in person baby Aria!! Hey tell your mommy to bring to Southern California and Grandpa Pat and I will take you to Disneyland!!
Sunday, May 17, 2009
Saturday, May 16, 2009
Thursday, May 14, 2009
Here is one of the layouts from Shannon Tidwell's Patterned Paper Party. It was one of my classes at Reflections a few weeks back. The class was sponsored by KI Memories. I added the flowers, little bits of bling and I used my not so new Cricut to cut the swirly journaling block for the word JUMP. The picture is of my lovely granddaughter taken on Easter day.
Sunday, May 10, 2009
I have been sick since Monday and out of work since Wednesday and I am not better yet, so I don't get to celebrate with the mothers in my life (but I am sure to get my fill of vitamin C eating these strawberries!). We will make arrangements to celebrate next weekend.
Tuesday, May 5, 2009
These lovley ladies are from Russia and the are called Russian Nesting or Matryoshka dolls. I love them.
Marsi also presented me with this little bottle. It was hand pained in China - from the INSIDE of the bottle. The bottle itself is stunning but to know that it was painted from the inside blows me away!!
Thank you Marsi for your thoughtfulness. I treasure these items.