One of the nicest things about daylight savings time is that after work you have a few hours of sun to enjoy the day. We had some absolutely gorgeous weather again today in San Diego and Tu and I went walking at a little river that we found last Spring. Tu spent the afternoon hunting down crawfish that scrambled in the underwater rocks. She did catch one and gave it a kiss. It’s another beautiful spring day here in San Diego.
I sent Tu a cute picture that I really liked. It was a picture two fingers kissing in France and the man finger is saying to the woman finger jet’aime mon amar. She remembered a picture that we took a couple of years ago and it was almost the same. I think they are almost identical, what do you think?
My mom has had 12 kids, raised them, worked 10 hours a day running an insurance agency and lived a very active and busy lifestyle and she keeps getting younger and younger with each passing year. It is fantastic to see the results of a healthy, active and positive lifestyle and what it can do for you. This is my mom – she is 70 and she is still smashing, fresh faced and stylish.
Marisol is having a baby and she took time on Easter Sunday to pose for pictures. While we were taking pictures the baby started kicking and it made her laugh. Marisol and the whole family is anxiously awaiting the new baby and it will be born into a home full of lots of love.
It was a great down at El Rancho Patricio and Monica. It turns out the Ranch is becoming quite the place to hang out and enjoy life – I find myself heading down there quite a bit for events and parties these days. Patrick and Monica threw a smashing Easter Party at their house and the highlight of the event was the Easter Egg hunt where they hid over 188 eggs filled with candy and money for the kiddy kiddies. The weather was perfect, the food was awesome and everyone had a very good time. Look at this little cutie baby and how much fun she had – at one point she was eating pop rocks and making the funniest faces. Nice Easter all around.
It’s been a long day on the ranch; I mean one long day. After baling a barnful of hay, corralling the cows and repairing a few hundred yards of broken down fence Eoin Blue decides to call it a day and get some chow. He gets in his faithful blue truck – the same one that he has had for 15 years – and slowly looks over the good work that he has accomplished. It feels good to have a nice productive day on the ranch and while the work was hard it was something that was sorely needed to keep his families ranch in tip top shape. Eoin Blue starts up the truck with a roar and smiles to himself as he slowly backs up – its been a great day. And I’ll probably wake up and do it all over again.
Geno is in the South Pacific. He is alone in a Cardboard ship drifting amidst the wreckage of submarines and battleships. In his Cardboard naval ship his gun turrets made out of penny whistles and cardboard are set to launch missles at the enemy. The enemy could be anywhere. Geno begins barking orders in the heat of battle to his squadron. Fight, he tells them. Fight on. We will destroy our enemy.
Bridget has a very nice window in her front room. There is a nice antique couch with a side table and some nice flowers on it. Sun pours through the windows which are covered with white sheer and some cream colored drapes. The setting is quite nice and has a very warm charm to it. I got a chance to take a picture of Bridget in front of her nice window today. We were finishing off a big photography project for her and it turned out quite nice.