|The Mama flanked by the Cousins!|
The Mama is so in the pink that she did not complain about going to the doctor's this afternoon to get her shot for her anemia. Yaay!
We had an impromptu visit from the Cousins on the Mama's side of the family. We don't see them often, but when we do, it's loads of happy conversation and laughter over a meal. That, I think, was the best medicine for the Mama today.
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The smiles say it all! So very nice to 'see' you three.ReplyDelete
Cousin visits are good medicine for all of us!
That's the Mama with the cousins. Man cuz, even with grey hair, will always look 16 to me.Delete
Hi there Susie, It seem's you all had a good time,ReplyDelete
I love sitting around a table enjoying a good family
meal and particularly Chicken,
So pleased The Mama was happy, she certainly looks it,
and Mollie the cat.
Is that you and the Husband on the picture or is it the
Hey, Di! I'm been slow with responses and visits this week. Hope to complete my rounds today. We ate roasted chicken, how'd you know? I cheated and bought it ready-cooked from the market, but I did make roasted cauliflower, sauteed mustard greens, and fried rice with peas. Also served Chinese dumplings, which I got out of the freezer section of the tore.Delete
Those are the Cousins with the Mama. Two days later, the Mama is still floating on clouds from the visit. The cousins are our only relatives on the Mama's side left in the U.S.
Wow, how indearing this photo is.... wonderful to see such loving happy people!ReplyDelete
Have a nice ABC-W-day / – Week
♫ M e l ☺ d y ♫ (abc-w-team)
Nice picture of you three!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Lady Fi. That's the Cousins with the Mama. :-)Delete
Love that Molly by Golly got treats too. :)ReplyDelete
She made sure she got her roast chicken by rubbing everyone's legs beneath the table. LOLDelete
That must have been a nice surprise especially for your mom. It seems everyone is doing well and how great is that:)ReplyDelete
The Mama tends to get anxious when people visit, so I don't tell her until the day before. I was surprised that she wasn't anxious this time. She could hardly wait. :-)Delete
Nice picture, Susie. You mother is probably the age I was thinking before I saw her picture. I am glad she is with you and you can help her. That is a warming thing to be doing, I think my kids might do also if really needed.ReplyDelete
It's nice to have relatives visit also. We visited some last week, a few that we can drive to. I might show pictures, they read my blogs and on Facebook we are friends.
Thanks, Jim. That's the Mama with the cousins. The Husband and I moved from San Francisco area almost 13 years ago to live with the Mama when her health was first waning, which she bounced back quite well. I'm grateful to the Husband for willing to make such a move. He loves his "new" home. It's pretty much the "I want to go far, far away" that he used to yearn for when we lived in the Bay Area.Delete
I think it is so cool how vivacious your mom is. The other day I encountered a woman who still volunteers around her community, and she is 94. People who continue to do what they love into their 90s inspire me.ReplyDelete
Me, too, Julia. Now that I'm doing more in her gardens, I'm amazed each day how much hard work and love she dedicated to them.Delete
She looks good. I could tell you love her very much.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Carin. I appreciate your kind words.Delete
You are such a good daughter. I know it can't be easy. Glad everyone is in good spirits.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Betty. There are days when I tell myself to stop reacting like a teenager. :-)Delete
Such a Lovely Family!ReplyDelete
Thank you, G!Delete
"In the pink" - such an INTERESTING phrase!ReplyDelete
One of these days, I'm going to find out its origin.Delete
She seems to be happy to be with her cousins !ReplyDelete
Man-cousin is the Mama's last connection with the Philippines. Meaning she and he knew each other way back in 1940s when Man-cousin was still a tot.Delete
Oh such a loving photo and glad Mama-san is 'in the pink' ~ReplyDelete
Happy Weekend to you ~ ^_^
Thank you, Carol.Delete
So glad to hear it was a good day! Mama looks lovely.ReplyDelete
You look like a happy family.ReplyDelete
Hi, Alice! It's been a long while. I'm glad you dropped by. I'll visit you shortly.Delete
I just love your family photo! Your Mama looks so happy!! Thanks for the comment on my post last week.ReplyDelete
When the Mama is happy, everyone is happy!ReplyDelete
This adorable family photo just truly warmed my heart for week 17.
Thank you for sharing it.