Monday, April 19, 2010

My Labor Day

As much as I enjoy remembering him at this age, this young man is a happy husband, and the devoted father of my two young grandchildren. He just turned 35 and his father and I are very proud of his accomplishments. We admire his values, strong work ethic and his ability to make wise decisions. He finished his education and has a successful career of ten years. He even finds time to call his 91 year-old grandmother. We couldn't ask any more of our very busy son. To watch his children climbing over him and greeting him after his day at work is as much reward as we could ask. Ya done good kid! Many, many, many more Happy Birthdays and we won't complain if there are more grandchildren! It was wise of him to marry a Super Mom.

I also celebrate his birthdays because I was there too.


  1. Hey there, R.J., nice blog. Thanks for visiting mine and leaving a kind commment. Do you know how much better I feel right now than I did five minutes ago? I am from PA, born in Meadville and raised in Milledgeville. Ten points if you know where that's at. Almost everyone I knew there is now deceased or lives in FL or AZ. That's probably 'cause I'm getting kinda old ;>) Thanks again for stopping by; I see the Willow connection and suspect you're among the overflow I've siphoned off her crowd. Happy to see you, however it came about. Carry on, then, and I'll do the same.

  2. Isn't it amazing how fast time flies by us? It seems like it was just yesterday that my oldest daughter was born ~ she will be 31 at the end of May! Yikes! Happy birthday to your son and Happy 'birth' day to you.

  3. Happy Birthday to your son!! And how wonderful! He brought you two more kiddos to love. :)

    Time speeds away and NEVER gets a ticket. Sorry. That's just WRONG!

    Blessings to you!