Birthday weekend

Although Terry and I had a packed schedule last week and undone chores at home, we still took off early Friday morning to get to the Bay Area in time to join our daughter and son-in-law at Judah’s preschool to celebrate his 4th birthday. Jen made these fruit kabobs for his class:

We continued the birthday celebration with a party in the park with Judah and Leeya’s friends on Saturday. There was a gale-wind warning. Fortunately it rained a bit in Fresno while we were gone.

Sunday was Jen’s 37th birthday so there was a small celebration for her after church. My baby:

 The October birthday celebrants.

Now we are back home to all those chores and making preparations for the next two weeks which are filled with activities. The grandkids will be getting a two-week fall break but we probably won’t see them as our schedules don’t mesh. School has changed the way we plan our times together.

Rain update: since October 1 we have received .07 of an inch. Not much, but it’s a start. Too much rain at once will cause some major disasters in the area that have been devastated by forest fire.


9 responses to “Birthday weekend

  1. What a beautiful photo of your ‘baby’!

  2. Happy Birthday to both your babies.

  3. Darling! And I hope you get the rain you need, just not in torrents.

  4. I’m so glad you finally got some rain. And as Christine said, happy birthday to both your babies. 🙂

  5. Those fruit kabobs look so pretty.
    Happy birthday to your daughter and grandson.
    Aloha from Hawaii.

  6. So nice to see the grandkids. I envy you and your abilty to see them so often. The girls who lived near me are grown and moved away, and my gransons on the other coast and growing up fast…sniff.

  7. What a beautiful birthday duo. Yes, school structures our visits with the youngest G-daughter too. And too, we are no longer the be all end all of grandparents. She hugs us and goes back to her computer despite her mother’s objections. LOL

  8. Awwww. Happy Birthday!….. Michelle

  9. Happy birthday to your beautiful daughter. She must bring you great joy. She and my youngest son were born the same year.

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