Wednesday, March 19, 2008

It has been a busy time here up north with family. Seeing the Grand's, that I hadn't seen while Aaron was in the hospital, was delicious. For St. Partick's Day I fixed a big Irish dinner of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes & carrots that every one seemed to like.
Today I head home for a few days but will be back up for Easter. It just took about an hour to upload the pictures above, which aren't even the ones I was hoping to share with you, so when I get home I'll add a few more of family, friends and a fun bathroom picture or two from the Queen's house in the next few days.
Aaron is doing well and still working hard at his rehabilitation and is working toward seeing a Dr. in Boston that may be able to help him with his eyes. We continue to pray for his recovery and thank all of you that are doing the same.
Hope all is well with you and yours and that you are enjoying this Easter week.


  1. Those are great pictures and it sounds like you cooked the meal I was hoping to cook on Monday. (I seem to be the only big fan of Corned Beef in my household.)

    Blessings to you this Easter.

  2. Anonymous5:46 PM

    I'm Irish but don't do the Corned Beef not like it one little bit, but the rest of the family does,so thank goodness for my Mother :)

    Sue look at all those cute little faces !!! Lucky you !!!

    Happy Easter,
    Kathy :)

  3. Sue,
    Beautiful grandchildren...but I'm sure I don't need to tell you that...

    So glad Aaron is doing well....Ronald seems to have made slight improvement.....

    Happy Easter as we commemorate our Savior's death and resurrection....Betty

  4. I'm smiling! Just seeing those happy faces says it all! And what a memory you have created for the kids - an Irish dinner and all dressed in green! I see that even little Nolan has green shamrocks in his t. What a blessing you are to your family and friends.
    Love - Sheryl


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