Wednesday, February 15, 2012

London, Ontario & H. B. K!

Originally, I planned to write about something else in today's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry.  But, that was before yesterday happened!

Of course, yesterday was Valentine's Day.  Hopefully, you enjoyed the day.  Or, at least made it through!

In addition to being Valentine's Day, yesterday was also another important day.  At least, to my family.  To be specific, my daughter P and her family.

It was P's boyfriend, K's birthday.  Happy Birthday, K!

Unfortunately, K didn't get a chance to spend his special day, in the way he may have wished to enjoy his special day.  Instead, he went to London, Ontario, with my daughter P, as she needed to see a specialist, there. 

To be honest, I am happy and grateful that P went to London, to see a doctor, there; in my opinion, this was a true blessing.  As you know, P is Rheumatoid Arthritic and has Lupus.  Over the last few months, she has not felt well and has had to receive blood transfusions. 

I praise God He provided a good physician for P.  He changed her meds, letting her know that the previous meds may have been contributing to the bone marrow problems she has been experiencing.  Hopefully, these new meds will make a difference.  Please pray for P.  Thank you.  May God bless you, for this.

Being Valentine's Day, I visited my daughter B and her family.  Of course, my grandchildren were happy to receive the sweet treats I brought with me, to celebrate my love for them.  B, was happy, too!  They all love chocolate!

Afterwards, since P and K had returned to Windsor, I made my way over to P's, to visit.  Some of my grandchildren were there, but some were not.

In any case, we celebrated K's birthday!  Here's a pic, taken just after K blew out his birthday candles.  Notice that the birthday cake I made for him, wasn't overwhelmed with candles.  P suggested I write his age on the cake, and just use one candle to wish him Happy Birthday and one candle, for good luck.  So, that's what I did!

Happy Birthday, K!

Until next time...

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