Wednesday, April 7, 2010
Got help from my grandson and daughter getting kitchen in shape
And I am still very, very grateful for the help as I now have countertops I can see and use. Glassware, flatware, pots and pans, and utensils have all reached their final destination from Seattle to boxes to pods to house to cabinets. Special note to my daughter-in-law: Everything you packed came through its journey flawlessly.
Of course, my grandson is too young to play unattended so I am also very grateful that my 82 year old mother could come over and keep him occupied with books (paper format and from her new ipad) or watch him as he plays in the dirt. Four generations under 1 roof working harmoniously is sweet.
Also, what a trip to have your grandson sitting on your lap as you read Winne the Pooh from the ipad and when you whisper, "Please turn the page", he reaches out with his finger and flicks to the next page without any instruction or further prompting.
All together a very good day indeed.