Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Tidbits Time

OK so Arizona or Phoenix Arizona to be exact is getting weird, first it was like really cold and then a couple of weeks later it wasn't then last week it was hot so I wore shorts all week long, then this morning was not cold at all and yet there was ice on the roof tops. I am so confused, what's next rain during the summer, oh wait that already happens.

Awww Jama and Diego, his angel up in heaven.

Well regardless of the weather this next Saturday we will be celebrating Diego's eight birthday, yeap you heard right, my little man is turning ocho. I know of an angel up in heaven celebrating with him from way up there. I really do believe that just in case you are wondering.

So he will have an intimate family get together complete with cake, hot dogs, and I am thinking "frijolitos puercos" which I am planning on cooking myself. Ummm that will definitely be a first but I think I can pull it off. It will be here at the house and he says he is really happy. Well, this little dude deserves all the happiness and more.

Grampa and Diego.

On another note, I have been invited to a "Noche Bohemia" at a local restaurant and I think it will be fun to attend. It's a combination of poetry and singing with live music, not as in full musical groups but more like a guitar or two here and there. It should be very interesting and totally different from karaoke. So I'll let you guys know how that pans out.

OK, I don't have enough tidbits so I will cut it short right here.


Michelle said...

I am glad you can fathom that thought because I still can't! 8 really? Really?!

MrManuel said...

Sing the night away, senor!

Sandy said...

I've really enjoyed catching up ..listening to a little of some of each videos and....its' all so cool...happy birthday to that 8 year old too! Wow - same age as my oldest grandson - ..almost - mine turns 9 at end of august..

Your family is awesome.

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