Family Day

My daughter and her husband, Hendersonville, Tennessee. November 11, 2010.

This past Thursday Betsy and I went to Hendersonville to see and help out  my parents.  Mom and Dad are doing about as well as can be expected.  We were able to help them with some odd jobs around the house and with their grocery shopping.  They were in pretty good spirits, which is always encouraging.

An added bonus for the day was that we were able to have lunch with my daughter and her husband.  They were in Nashville on business and made time to have lunch with us in Hendersonville.  We had a delicious lunch of seafood and lots of nice conversation.  So in spite of the long drive to Hendersonville and back it was a wonderful day.

 

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19 Responses to “Family Day”

  1. Mildred Says:

    Good Morning George,
    I am glad your parents were in good spirits and how nice that you were able to have lunch with your daughter and her husband. Looks like it was a beautiful day.

  2. bertN Says:

    Any day you are with your loved ones is a wonderful day.

  3. MaryBeth Says:

    So glad to hear your folks are doing as well as can be expected.
    What a wonderful bonus to see your daughter and her husband. Good looking couple—just another couple of southern catfish. LOL MB

  4. Linda G. Says:

    I’m happy to hear that your parents are doing okay. It’s great that you were able to spend time with your daughter and her husband. Nice picture of the two of them!

  5. Sandra Says:

    well that made it worth the trip. they are a very handsome and sweet couple. daddy would have loved lunch if you had those catfish i see on the sign. he loved fried cat fish. great shot of them and more added to precious memories

  6. busy bee suz Says:

    What a beautiful couple.
    So nice that you were able to fit in so much in ONE day.

  7. Darla Says:

    Glad your parents are doing well, what a splendid bonus to have lunch with your daughter and her husband, did you have the catfish advertised on the sigh?

  8. Darla Says:

    sign….oops

  9. Karin Says:

    So glad you can always dedicate a day to visiting your folks – even though there’s a fair bit of driving for the day. What an extra treat to be able to meet up with your daughter and her husband for good time of food and fellowship! Am glad that your parents are doing as well as can be expected. Have a great week and God bless!

  10. Ginny Hartzler Says:

    What an adorable couple!! You must be very proud of them both! Do they both work, what do they do? You just KNEW this was coming, didn’t you, George! It looks like she is a fan of Dr. Seuss! Me, too!

  11. Sylvia Kirkwood Says:

    Such a great shot of your daughter and son-in-law! So glad you had a chance to visit with them, enjoy some good food as well as being able to help your parents. And I’m glad they’re doing as well as can be expected. Sounds like a lovely weekend! Hope your week is off to a good start! Enjoy!

    Sylvia

  12. Loren McGhee Says:

    sounds wonderful!! Helping your parents and dinner with your daughter! Sounds like a Divinely appointed day 🙂

    Have a blessed week

  13. Mary Says:

    I’m glad that your parents are still doing OK. It is hard to watch parents grow old and not be closer to them. I’m glad you had a nice family visit.

  14. Happyone Says:

    Glad to hear all is well with your parents. What a nice bonus to spend time with your son and his wife.

  15. nealpt Says:

    Getting together with family is always just about always a pleasurable thing. I like your daughter’s shirt…..”Green eggs and ham” ?

  16. Jen Says:

    Cute couple! Glad you had a good trip and all is well.

  17. ewok1993 Says:

    did you have catfish for lunch?

    what a nice time with family you must had. love your daughter’s tee.

  18. Kathy Says:

    Great for you to have spent time with the two generations. I’m glad your parents are faring well.

  19. Rose Says:

    I bet that was wonderful to see your daughter…I am learning what it is to have a kid all the way across the country. I am so thankful for the instant communication we have these days.

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