Thursday, March 27, 2014

First Meal as a Citizen #A-Spice-A-Day#86

This is a long over due post.  I am so behind with  my posting our  family's event's, I just don't have enough time to  blog anymore.  But anyhow, these photos were taken at Eat n' Park after  my citizenship oath on January the 10th.  This is my very first meal as a Citizen of the country yay.

Our son  loves to goof off in front of the camera, I can't get any good pictures of him anymore these days.
We love going to Eat n' Park because it has the homey feel and the  employees are really friendly.  It is also a non-smoking restaurant here in the area so we love it.  They serve fresh fruits and vegetables that they  grow in their   green house, so over all I love   that they focus on serving healthy meals in a healthy environment.
A Spice A Day #86
March 27, 2014
  • Today is my  late brother's birthday.  He could have been 43 years old today.  He died five years ago from a fatal motorcycle accident.  I am still in the process of healing the pain of losing him.  Him and I grew up together so we were very close, it was really hard for me to accept that he was gone but it's the fact that I have to accept.  Wherever you are Manoy, you will always be remembered.
  • We went to Weirton High Campus for Ms. Burrito's  rehearsal for the talent show tomorrow.  Goodluck Bunting!

10 delicious comments:

Ruth said...

hey there,

Those are beautiful pictures... Your kids are so beautiful as well.... :) I am sorry for your loss. It sure is hard dealing with loss of loved ones.

I am visiting again after a long blogging break. Good to see you still up and about here...:)

Beck Valley Books said...

You always have lovely pictures to enjoy ! Can't get any fresher than direct from their own greenhouse thats great and I'm sorry to hear about your brother, its so hard to lose a loved one xx

Rhodesia said...

Lovely photos especially of your daughter. I do not think you will ever really get over loosing your brother. Mine was over 50 years ago and I still miss him. Take care Diane

becham said...

Nice one! I like the outfit of the characters. Wish i could do the same thing too but im not that techie.i like the outfit of “from farmer to warden”.. really interesting.

Nova said...

awww...i'm sure you all a happy in celebrating you becoming finally a naturalized citizen.

Unknown said...

You and your daughter look so lovely in the last photo. :)

FX777222999 said...

Awesome kids with amazing parents...truly the best!

Franc said...

They look really cute even on their wacky poses.

Mharms said...

What a great family get-together. I love dining with family. Enjoyable and always fun!

genefaith said...

wow...congrats for your new citizenship:) same with my son, he also likes to goof in front of the camera :) congrats also to your Ms. Burrito..she won the talent show, right? happy family you got there:)

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