We arrived at Cedars of Lebanon and were set up by two o’clock. Then we made a mad dash for . . . . . (drum roll here). You’re right, the grand kids. However, we were in such a rush that we left the camera at home – sometimes we can be “nummah than a post”!
Kalina was rising up from her nap when we arrived. She was sitting in her bed with a big smile on her face and her arms outstretched for GM and GP. Radek was still napping so we would have to wait for a grand son fix. Catia was on her way home from school on the big yella banana. So, Kalina got all the attention.
We were sitting out back on the deck when Catia arrived. She was more than happy to see GM and GP. We got real big hugs and plenty of kisses and then, as if we’d not been away at all, “let’s play in the sand box, Grandpa!” Well, I hate to tell you, but I’m a tad too big, too old, too something to play in the sand box so I “locked her in jail” instead – that’s a game she likes to play where I hold her between my legs and arms while she wiggles to escape. It wears old folks out in a hurry, but not so little kids.
Then Radek made the scene. He cried about coming to GM or GP at first, but once he was fed (feed me, feed me) he was just fine. He’s gotten so big. It won’t be long before he’ll be walking, teasing his sisters, and giving his parents a run for their money.
We stayed until Matthew got home from work and then strategized about today’s activities. Then we returned home for dinner, a walk, and some reading time. Tune in tomorrow, I promise that one of us will remember the camera so we’ll have some pictures to share.
Take Care Until Next Time - - - - - - -