His mother did have him on Labor Day!! She is now gone but she told me that he was a very very tiny baby. She said that he looked like a squirrel. I am not sure of his correct weight but he was somewhere around 3 lbs. She said that the nurse had brought him in to her and he started to turn blue. The nurse took him right back and put him in an incubator. Thank goodness for that wonderful nurse!!
I think he looks like he is doing pretty good today!! He has certainly gained his weight back!! Smile!!
Seriously, i am so happy that he came to be because he was made especially for me!! God had a plan then and well it has all worked out!!
He is one of the hardest workers that I know. Now with things not working like they should he is still pushing each day and working like he was still 30!! Of course, that concerns me but I also know that is just him and he is only happy working!! I am hoping that he can slow down in the near future!! God may make him with his bad knees and back!!
He is also a very good father, husband, helpmate, friend, provider, my strength, my love, loves God, loves his family, loves baseball (CUBS), football (Illini and BEARS), traveling, our motor home, playing Snood on the computer, cats, corvettes, going to Cubs games, and many many more things. He is just an all around GOOD MAN!! (Aren't I the lucky one?)
Happy Birthday to you today!!
We are watching Hannah now as she makes her way toward Savannah!! They think that she might just be a ONE!! You know I have never been in one, seen one up close or anything so I would rather just leave here!! I suppose you "seasoned hurricane people" would say just sit and ride out a ONE!! Oh well...call me a scardy cat...that is me!! I will gladly take the title!!
I am baking a birthday cake now and going to make up some salads for supper time!! Our daughter and family will be coming over to eat with us and wish DAD a happy birthday!!
Hope ya'll are having a great Labor Day no matter what you are doing!!
Thought for the day: "Chains do not hold a marriage together. It is threads, hundreds of tiny threads which sew people together through the years." Simone Signore