Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Grandma Rambles

 Today is the 38th birthday of my only son;  my charming, kind, intelligent and handsome son.  I had  thought I had no contact information for him; alas tonight I found his friend's new email....  When it was a sad day,  I unloaded the dish washer...What else could I do.?  Glad to hear he was working on a car, mechanic he is.

My new glasses will not come until Wednesday. I ordered readers online, 3 pairs for $9.99.

Tonight's energy came from my lovely long morning nap and from finding my son to say Happy Birthday.  I have now recovered one more of my mother's old wheelchair pads...
The grands came to visit this weekend.. It was totally relaxing and enjoyable.  We all did our own thing. As you can see, Dylan has his own set up.  He brought his brother's lap top adding that to a TV he keeps under my bed.  He would not even get off his game when his step dad came to pick him up!!! OMG, talk about addictive!!
Here:  showing the flower progression by the Angel of Hope.
Last week when I fell, I was desperately lusting after a white cake with white gooey frosting.  Look what my great DIL brought  me when she brought the kids.  She knows what to get.  When I asked her once what her favorite dinner was, she said cake.
Here is my recommentded motion detector magnetic snap on lights to keep the old lady from falling.
Amazon to the rescue....again!!

I have been waiting for a picture of Lynsey to come up....too late, slow internet...going to bed now. xo


Linda Swanekamp said...

Hope you are feeling better and no continuing ill effects from the fall And people laughed when they made the clapper. Light at night is a good thing.

Mystic Quilter said...

I'm pleased that you were able to wish your son a happy birthday Diane, and that you now have lights to guide you in the darkness.

Shasta Matova said...

Love the quilt in front of your grandson. I am glad you were able to find a way to tell your son Happy Birthday. Those types of relationships are so difficult. Nice that you are able to get the light to avoid further problems.