Hello I’m back!!! I know you missed me. We finally got our comcast and internet last Friday so you should be seeing me more often from now on. 🙂 oh the wonderful technology world.
I woke up to a wonderful aroma of my favorite pancakes and Portuguese sausage on Mother’s Day. Then Jay had me do a scavenger hunt which made me run around the house from the basement to the 2nd floor to outside and then inside over and over. It was a great workout.
What impressed me the most however wasn’t the wonderful presents that I’ve wanted so badly, but the drawings that my baby did all by herself. I was so proud of my baby that day. Oh they weren’t Adi’s drawings? It sure looked like it. Hey hey, no offense Adi. 😉
Can you guess what they were? Here are some of the drawings.
Here is my favorite: Jay looking at his gigantic mirror flexing his muscles. He does this every morning and night.Hmm I can’t recall what this was…
And this one either…
Oh this one was his best one, a giraffe.Hmm….
Jay had to follow me around to tell me what each drawings were. Besides the mirror and the giraffe, I didn’t know what the rest were. And the sad thing is, I’m not lying when I say I can’t recall what those others were. That’s how horrible I mean amazing his artistic abilities were. The scavenger hunt took longer than expected due to my confusion of the drawings that we had to attend the Asian ward’s sacrament after our two hours of Sunday school and Priesthood/RS.
I told Jay that I couldn’t wait until Adi gets old enough to make me a homemade Mother’s Day card and that I couldn’t think of a better gift. So Adi indeed participated in making one! And he got me a massage chair I’ve been wanting and a gift certificate to the mall whoop whoop. 😀
I love my massage chair. I use it everyday!
Jay and I grilling some food on our new grill. Okay it was only Jay, I was just posing for the picture.
Then he BBQ’d the most wonderful dinner for me and my GF’s. Grilled mushrooms & green peppers, bunless hamburger(that was my favorite) & steak and my favorite food in the world, corn on the cob. It was indeed a wonderful day. Thanks Jay, you are the best!!!