Last Sunday was my birthday, and I spent it with family. On the left is a photo of my daughter and me, snapped last Mother’s Day.
Top photos, left to right: my second oldest grandson, Dominic, and Noah, my youngest.
Heather and her BF are on the bottom right, and dead center: a slice of birthday cake, wearing all the candles. And a scoop of Vanilla Bean ice cream. Yum!
Today I had a birthday lunch with an old friend…I’m talking longevity, here. We met as colleagues back in the 1970s and became good friends over the years.
Today’s lunch was at Pismo’s, where sea food reigns.
Here is the dessert we had:
I am still stuffed, and it is hours later. No dinner needed tonight!
Earlier, I clicked on some posts here via my Archives and realized how so much has changed on the blog. First of all, I started this site at Blogger, then moved here in May 2010.
My “twin” granddaughters —cousins born in February 1997—were the inspiration and on my header for quite a while. The name was inspired by a photo in the snow of the two girls in 2004, at age seven, and also derived its name from mine: Snow.
I’m reading a book by Wendy Corsi Staub called The Perfect Stranger, and it features bloggers…and how someone is targeting the members of a close-knit blogging group of cancer survivors.
Here is a photo of the two girls snapped in February 2004, at Big Bear:
Do you ever examine your blog’s history? Check out earlier posts and remember what it was like back in the beginning? And when you think of those moments of connection—with family, friends, and other bloggers—do you celebrate?
I celebrated by changing up my theme here….and the look of the blog. And I’m going back to read more of the book about bloggers.