Friday’s Fave Five

It’s Friday, time to look back over the blessings of the week
with Susanne and other friends at Living to Tell the Story .

Some weeks require more thought to come up with five good things to share. This is not one of those weeks for me! It will be hard to limit myself to just five.

1. Jeremy’s visit. My oldest son is visiting from out-of-state. It’s a joy to have him here. Jim took the week off, too, and we’ve had lots of family time, games, chatting and catching up.

2. Jeremy’s birthday was the week before, and he celebrated with friends then. But we had our family celebration last weekend.

3. My birthday. My family always goes the extra mile to give me a special day. Lunch from Chick-Fil-A brought in, dinner out, wonderful gifts, and this beautiful cake made by my daughter-in-law. The plates and napkins are so pretty, too!

4. A mini-vacation from cooking. We went out a couple of nights and Mittu cooked a couple of nights. So I felt like I had a bit of vacation time, too!

5. A family outing. Different ones have done various things in the daytime: Jim, Jeremy, and Jesse went to a shooting range, the kids went out to lunch, Jeremy and Jason’s family went to a favorite coffee shop. We had one family outing to a place that has arcade games, bowling, laser tags, etc. Timothy wanted to play the games, so Jason took him to do that while the rest of us bowled. But we visited and touched base with each other in-between activities. When setting up the names for bowling, it asked to take pictures, which we were a little annoyed about at first. But then it used the pictures for funny videos in-between turns which we got a good laugh at.

I also wanted to let you know I had an interview with author Adam Blumer yesterday, which included an opportunity to win a signed copy of his newest excellent suspense novel.

Happy Friday!

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11 thoughts on “Friday’s Fave Five

  1. It sounds like you had a perfect week! Happy Birthday Barbara to you and your handsome son.
    Your cake looks too good to eat! it’s so pretty! and your son’s cake is adorable! Did you make it?

  2. I’m so glad your family celebrated your big day so nicely! That all sounds wonderful. And since I now have a child living out of state, I can fully appreciate how much you would enjoy having Jeremy visit too. Happy birthday to him!

  3. Happy Birthday, Barbara! I love those visits with my out-of-state kids. So precious. It sounds like a very happy week for all of you.

  4. What a big boy he has become your Jeremy ! When I think of his start into life ! On my birthday I was away so nobody celebrated it, which didn’t bother me at all ! My son and family also were on holidays. I will probably see them now in September.. School starts on Monday !

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