Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Something to Celebrate

I know I've been a bit down this past week due to the death of my father, but I also want to say I was thrilled over the birth of another grand-daughter the day before Dad's passing. Here are 2 photos taken by my DS Brandon of Miss Zoe on her birthday. Her middle name is Melina (I knew that Michelle, it was a typo). We will be seeing her when we meet in Seattle in a couple of weeks, for a mini family reunion.

I also took a self portrait yesterday after getting new glasses. The old ones literally fell apart on Sunday.I liked the Greek key bling design on the side of these.
Thank you all for the well wishes & kind thoughts & prayers. My Dad had a good long life, & went at the right time for him.
                       

12 comments:

Delighted Hands said...

Beautiful grand daughter-very pretty glasses-very hip!

Steph said...

Love the new glasses Deb, very nice, and very cute new grand baby

Lynne said...

Great glasses!!! And little Miss Zoe is too cute!!!

Helen Suzanne said...

definately something worth celebrating, and the glasses look great too! Very swish ;)

Vicki W said...

There you go! That's worth celebrating for sure!

Desley said...

What a beautiful baby girl.

Ali Honey said...

"Hello Zoe. Welcome to the world. You have a very nice Grandma with lovely new glasses."

Fran├žoise said...

Little Zoe is beautiful. Congratulations again.
And the new glasses look terrific.

Marsel said...

Congratulations on your beautiful new grandbaby! Love the new glasses, they look great...and I can't wait until my husband gives me the go-ahead to get my hair cut like yours!

Kathy -MIQuilter said...

Your new granddaughter is beautiful, I'm sure you can't wait to hold her. Looking good in your new glasses.

Michelle Auer said...

Bummer on the middle name thing. I got excited. I was pulling for them to have the same middle name since it was so close. I thought there was a teeny possibility that I had been convincing enough when I saw your post! haha!

My Sweet Prairie said...

Death and life all at once. Awe. What a beautiful grand daughter! Congratulations.