Sunday, May 14, 2017

And a Happy Mother's Day Was Had by All

My children and grandchildren will seldom allow me to take photos of them; especially if they think I am going to post them on the internet. My instructions today were not to "tag" anyone. I promised not to - although sometimes things are tagged automatically and I am not sure how it happens. Here are some pics, minus one grandchild who went to the beach with her Mom's family. 

 Above is my middle child and her four kids. I may be prejudiced, but I think they are a very handsome bunch of people!! It may not be easy to decide which one is the mom. She takes after her dad - who never looks his age.

 The happy UNC graduates. My granddaughter is on the upper right. We are so proud of her!
 Five of my grandkids. One went to the beach today with her mother's family. WE hope three more of them will graduate from college next May, and the baby (on the right) will graduate from high school.
My grandson James and his pretty (as well as smart) girlfriend. She graduated from NCSU on Saturday. 


Grandma (me), granddaughter, baby daughter, middle daughter and granddaughter. Our attempt at three generations.  

We all had a good day, even though two of the grands were late arriving, due to work schedules.  Our son-in-law grilled two kinds of sausages with onions and peppers, daughter made meat balls in the crock pot, and we had mixed fruit and chocolate cake for dessert. It was all delicious!!

I hope that all of you had a good Mother's Day celebration!!

7 comments:

kenju said...

I forgot to post a pic of my son, but I will do that later.

Star said...

Wonderful photos ! You have a beautiful family Judy.

LL Cool Joe said...

What a lovely set of photos! Looks like you had a wonderful time!

Granny Annie said...

Lovely family.

Celia said...

Great family photos. Good genes Judy. So good to get them mostly in one place for a bit.

sage said...

Glad you had a good Mother's Day, Judy.

Ginnie said...

I'd say you qualify Judy ... HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY a few days late.