Monday, June 22, 2009

Oh Happy Day

It sprinkled here yesterday but by afternoon it was gorgeous. Blue sky and the big yellow ball in the sky. We were perplexed at first as we weren't sure if the sky was falling but we finally discovered it was the sun! LOL
Our eldest daughter was born on our wedding anniversary 23 yrs ago and we celebrated her birthday a bit early by combining it with Father's Day. Barbequed chicken and homemade mac/cheese was the menu choice by the daughter. Fruit, corn, green beans, shrimp and of course, cake completed the picnic.


My dad on the left and the DH on the right. My dad recieved Father's Day wishes from myself and my two sisters. So 3 out of 4 is good.
The DH also received phone calls from 3 of our 4 kids. The eldest son and both daughters called to wish him a happy Father's Day. It made his day. YAY!!!!






We purchased paint for the bathroom a month ago. The DH decided to paint it yesterday. Don't even ask why. This man has an uncanny knack for picking holidays to tackle major jobs. Like the one year when he decided to strip our wooden kitchen cabinets 5 days prior to the Thanksgiving feast which was to be hosted in our home!
Or the year I was traveling with my teddy bear business and he decided to paint the entire inside of the house one weekend. With 2 dogs, 3 kids and laundry. Blew his wee mind. Welcome to my world:).
He grumbled about the paint color and I must admit it looked a bit like puke green. But after it was on the walls and dried it seem to improve. I rather like it now.
It was a good day!

p.s. The youngest DD called and chattered like a magpie. That kid will be talking for weeks when she returns:).

5 comments:

ChristyH said...

It sounds like you had a ncie weekend with family. We are also having a rainy summer here in western Michigan.

Channon said...

I'm so glad you got a bit of sunshine for the day. I like the green...

Sara said...

Is that the eldest DD's SO?

Sara said...

Is that the eldest DD's SO?

Bubblesknits said...

Glad you got some sunshine!

The last time the hubby tried to watch the kids and work on something in the garage at the same time, he ended up losing the girl-child. For a good half hour, he was under the assumption that she was sitting right outside the garage, playing with her Barbies. Needless to say, he freaked out when he realized she wasn't there. lol

Thankfully, I knew exactly where she was (she'd gotten hot and decided to come inside and play in her room), but I let him run around the house looking for her for about 5 minutes before I told him.

Needless to say, he keeps a much closer eye on them now. ;-)