“What a bargain grandchildren are!
I give them my loose change and they give me
a million dollars worth of pleasure.”
Gene Perret, American Comedy Writer
One of the reasons I started on my blogging journey was to record my thoughts and activities for my grandsons so they would know what the Granma was about in her later years. One of things I love about blogging on an almost daily basis is that it gives me the ability to look back and clearly see what I was doing and thinking earlier.
Today, July 20 I looked back a whole year ago and discovered Happy Granma’s Day. Did you read it when I was a very new blogger with few followers – here’s the link in case you didn’t.
Re reading this post made me smile. What a lovely day we had all together. The boys enjoyed it as much as their Granma did I am sure.
The patio is now completely finished of course, and looks totally different and I am so glad that I had the boys to help.
The boys are all a year older. The eldest is leaving school this year and going on to University, the others are all moving through their school journey. All four of them are busy and active in a variety of sports, and some times, when they are playing close to home, I even get to watch.
I enjoyed this look back one year to experience once again that fabulous day. Thank you boys for making it so special!
“Our grandchildren accept us for ourselves,
without rebuke or effort to change us,
as no one in our entire lives has ever done,
not our parents, siblings, spouses,
friends – and hardly ever
our own grown children.
~Ruth Goode, author 1902-1997
- Blogaversary Post: What Can I Say? You People Have Touched Me (mommabethyname.com)