Happy Wednesday ~ 324
Twenty-nine years ago at 3:09 p.m. our lives changed dramatically for the better and Angie has been a pure delight for every one of those years.
Yes I went into the delivery room with my camera. A Pentax ME-1 camera with a motor drive and the instant Angie was born is preserved on film, much to her dismay. 🙂
I, like many simple-minded men, wanted a Son for my first born and when the doctor first held Angie up I thought I had one and then he said, “It’s a beautiful baby girl!” Three seconds of mild disappointment and then he put her into my arms. Oh My God! I looked in those beautiful eyes and my heart was bonded with hers for ever.
It was two days before I relinquished changing her diapers, holding her, and looking over her. The only time I would trust Jeanne with her was when she got to feed her. 🙂
Jeanne and I are truly blessed with two wonderful children and both have been gifts from God.
Today I (we) celebrate that wonderful day when the doctor said, “It’s a beautiful girl.”
Happy Birthday Angie!♥
Thanks for stopping by the blog. Enjoy your wet, cold, soggy day and be careful.
Happy Monday ~ 354
Enjoyable weekend. Gathered lots of material for the blog. So much to show and so little time to show it. Saturday the weather was pretty nice and not much wind so I did something I’ve wanted to do for awhile. I flew both Phantoms at the same time. I ran the Vision 2 up to 385 feet and let it hover there and the took the Phantom with the gimbal up to take some video of it. I was getting a lot of interference from the goggles so I couldn’t tell where the vision 2 was. So after bringing them both down to around 175 feet it was much easier to take some video of the Phantom flying. Kind of cool actually. I’ll show that later in the week.
Ms. Gabby celebrated her birthday Saturday. It was actually on the 26th but her party was on Saturday. With 4 loving Grandparents and 3 doting Uncles she does not want for attention or gifts for that matter. It was hard on Josh watching Gabby get stuff. He has always been the one to open all the presents and have all the attention focused on him and it’s hard to understand for a 3-year-old that wasn’t all for him.
He did end up playing with almost all the presents she got but he was a good sport and handled it pretty well. I told Angie she was the same way when it was Mark’s birthday she would play with his toys before he ever got a chance to play with them.
It was a very nice party and a great dinner.
Thanks for stopping by the blog today. I hope you enjoy your Monday. Be careful.