MrsGreenThumb

I am a lover of horticulture, gardening and the environment. At age 8, I sent away for a package of Zinnia seeds for 10 cents and I've been hooked ever since. After 25 years of being self-employed, I retired. That only lasted 4 years and I now work in a water conservation program: I buy grass from homeowners who are willing to convert to desert landscaping and lose that thirsty green stuff. I pursue what interests me and you can blame my sister for getting me into this blogging thing.

Monday, May 26, 2008

Birthday parties





Recently we celebrated my husband's 75th birthday. That seems like a great milestone to me. Three-quarters of a century! It seems the years have rolled by in the blink of an eye. He was a very handsome 26 year old man when I met him. In service to his country, he had traveled worldwide. I was impressed. Our marriage produced 3 sons and now we have 7 grandchildren.

It isn't often we get together, but for this special event, our whole family came from around the country. Since the party was held on Mother's Day, I hired a caterer to make the food so I didn't have to do too much work. As quick as they all arrived, it seems they left for home. Our oldest granddaughter is in Israel this week on a trip to see the holyland. Everyone is back to their daily routine. It was wonderful to see everyone in one place at one time. It took a few days to recuperate from all the activities but well worth the effort. We have wonderful memories of our short visit with our family. Come again soon.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dawn said...

This made me totally varklempt, but in a happy way. I am so pleased for you that you had your entire family around you - what a joy. Belated but heartfelt good wishes to your husband. Hope all continues to go well for you. I look forward to you visiting my blog when you can. Happy summer!

June 17, 2008 9:02 AM  
Blogger Dawn said...

As always, your recent message and words were profound and of great comfort to me. I hope you and yours are all well and that everyone has enjoyed the summer. We start school on Wednesday and then planning for Rosh Hashanah.
I am very read for some new energy. I am so appreciative of the fact that our friendship sustains itself and I truly look forward to the possibility of meeting you one day. With love and all good wishes.

September 01, 2008 3:31 PM  

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