Tag Archives: grandson

Hendrix wants a backpack

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Yes, Hendrix thinks he needs 

a backpack to go to school

like his big brother and

three sisters. Just in 

case this is your 1st

time visiting, my 

only son married

a divorced mom,

rescuing her and

two children. I

call their crew a

combination family.

Could you resist these

pleading eyes and wriggling

fingers, never still for very long?

No, not me! He’s going to be opening

on Saturday night at his birthday party

a Minions’ backpack full of toys,

coloring book, crayons and a

few surprises or more.

Have a wonderful weekend!

😇

🎒

👦

🎂

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Hendrix “breaks a John Travolta move!”

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This is a slang way of saying my

grandson likes to dance and has

been rewarded by his siblings,

parents, Nana and other set of

grandparents, Mimi and Poppy

by big smiles and clapping for

any kind of “dance moves!”

Happy #2 Birthday, dear

Toddler Hendrix! 🎶

🕯🕯

🎈🎈

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xoxoxo

The movie, “Saturday Night Fever”

with John Travolta dancing,

one finger down and other

hand’s finger pointing 

up is rather iconic!

Hope you liked the

BeeGee’s reference.

Now, please check 

out Thursday’s Doors.

Oh, here’s a slice of

Hendrix’s cake!

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Thursday’s Doors ~ Creative Foundations

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This is Groundhog’s Day

and Thursday’s Doors day, too.

In honor of “combination day” 

moments, Micah is showing 

you one of the side doors 

for Creative Foundations.

He made a foam material visor 

with letters of his name, 

adding the “glitz” which was

spread all over long tables,

sprinkled liberally, with

necessary glue sticks.

Music was playing while adults 

with Developmental Disabilities,

some sitting in wheelchairs,

others “giving tours” to

inspect piles of art

and hanging up. 

Everyone enthusiastically 

talking or greeting each person 

stopping into “their workshop.”

So, Micah smiled, nodded as

he glued stars, flower 

and a crescent moon

onto his visor.

The clients were joyous 

and told him,

“That’s the BEST hat 

we saw decorated today!”

He whispered, as such a

wise seven year old here,

“We can tip them, can’t we?”

I handed him some money

and he flourished it,

waving to all a “farewell”

and dropped money into

a glass fishbowl.

He thinks (seriously) 

said visor

is AWESOME! 

Oh, I tried using my

Nana power to get him 

to pull visor up, so you could 

see his long lashes and 

adorable brown eyes.

This is where I commissioned

a white dandelion painting 

which turned out to be a

gray swirled rose by

a client here.

*Still hanging at 

youngest daughter’s

German Village apartment.

Does anyone remember Amber?

She says her “specialty” these 

days are pet paintings!

Cats, dogs, hamsters and

cute, fluffy rabbits.

If you would like to visit this place

and purchase reasonably priced

art which helps these special

adults, stop by this building,

57 North Sandusky Street

Delaware, Ohio 43015

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We have a blogging community

Of Thursday’s Doors, led by

a genuinely nice friend,

Norm Frampton.

Please follow this 

Link to see the 

fantastic family 

of door afficiados at:

http://miscellaneousmusingsofamiddleagedmind.wordpress.com

Happy trails to doors!

May they always be 

Open and welcoming!

Hendrix having fun!

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Here’s . . . Hendrix!

out in back yard where leaves 

are a’changing~ ready for fall and fun!

He’s holding football with his sweet

expression of joy, along with knowing

Daddy’s sitting on the inside of net,

on the trampoline. . .

Next one really is 

Magician Hendrix. . .

Getting ready to levitate the football!

Micah and the sunflower field

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Micah is in second grade and likes 

to try and read as much as possible.

The hundreds of tags with wishes

and hopes expressed towards

loved ones who had passed

away due to cancer 

were like a “mission,”

he wanted to read

as many as we

would allow.

“This is for

a child.”

“Oh look, this is

for a special teacher!”

He pointed

out messages for

parents and found some

for grandparents. The ones

who had names the same as his

classmates, touched him the most:

“I know a Christopher and 

an Eli, a Sarah and 

a Hailey.”

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