It was gathering day at Nana and Papa's house. We watched part of a football game and a nature show on TV while we talked and just enjoyed the afternoon. I made a lazy man's meal of homemade chili, hot dogs, buns, etc. I noticed the last time I made chili that everyone seemed to enjoy it. One of the few rules at my house is that if you don't like something I'm serving above all SAY SO! If you pretend to like something you don't, you could very well find yourself in the position of finding it on your plate again. Someone ask if the grandchildren ate good at my house. The answer is, "They certainly do." "How do manage that?" you ask. See picture below.
This is Nana's treat cabinet. If you eat all your dinner you can visit the cabinet and select a treat. If you aren't hungry enough to eat, you don't have room for a treat either. Pickup your toys before you go home and you can select a treat to take home. Like I said, "There is very little discussion about the meal at Nana's house."
Sarah, our mother-to-be, is really beginning to look like an expectant mommy. She is having a very easy time and absolutely glowing. Buddy is not really hoovering around her all the time, but he is watchful. I love watching them. They will be exceptional parents.
A new week is here and I'm still not caught up with my list. So, what else is new? I'm never caught up. And probably never will be. Ho-hum. That's my attitude.
I hope the new week is kind to everyone and there are no disappointments or hurt to bear. My best to all.