Happy Father's Day!
Today, my youngest grandson, a month old, was dedicated at my daughter's church. Grandparents are always invited to go to the front to participate. Ten babies were dedicated this morning!
|My son-in-law with the little guy -|
love the tiny blue jeans!
The pastor mentioned "forgetfulness" in his sermon, which somehow reminded me that I had forgotten to put our entrees in the oven - and even that I had forgotten to take them out of the freezer last night. (What was I thinking?) I quietly slipped out and drove home, regretting that I wouldn't be able to chat with old friends after the service.
I put the chicken enchilada casserole in the oven, but I knew the vegetable lasagna would take too long, so I whipped up a batch of turkey meatball chili to replace it. A cheese pizza, French bread and salad rounded out the meal. (We'll eat that lasagna for a late dinner.) My daughter made a layer cake and bordered it with Kit Kats, since her daddy likes them so much. Impressive!
|Kit Kat cake|
|My oldest daughter's family|
with son #3 due in August
|He loves big machines, so when I|
culled my book collection this week,
I knew exactly who would get this one!
|My Father's Day present|
to the dad of my
We didn't attempt to get another full family photo since one daughter is out of town on a San Francisco adventure, and another is a nurse on duty at the hospital today. You can see our last photo here: Mother's Day Picnic in the Park
I hope you all had a great Father's Day!
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