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Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Painful Rednesday....

Well, today My Bambino has a doctor appoinment, He needs one shot to be registered for kindergarden, ouch!! it's gonna be painful. He is 5 years old and He can kick as hard as mule, let's see how it goes.





For my share of Rednesday I have a warm wool blanket made in Rumania, I got it from a very dear couple, They have retired to Puerto Rico and gave us their sleeper couch and the blanket, it is soooo cozy, I can see myself wrap in it, reading a book in a cold winter night like the ones we have here in NY. It's made of virgin wool.


This jar was only 99 cents in my favorite thrift store. It was empty until yesterday, finally I found a pop corn maker and this jar was perfect to store the kernels.




Tom Brokaw' s Greates Generation Series. I love them, love them, love them. I have always admire the WWII military men and women, since I was a child in Mexico. I never, never in my wildest dreams imagined I would of end up married to a Marine.







24 comments:

Mary said...

Hi Cachanilla,
Love the plaid wool blanket. How interesting you admired the WWII men and women and grew up to marry a Marine. I know you must be very proud of him. My dad and my DH's dad both served in WWII. We are very proud of them for their service and sacrifice. I met an old gentleman a few weeks back who had fought on Iwo Jima! I thanked him for what he went thru for our country.
I trust your family is well in Baja. There have been over 2,000 quakes on that faultline since Easter....as you know, I'm sure.
Happy REDnesday to you~

CACHANILLA73 said...

Hi Mary!! thanks for stopping by. And yes!!! I can't believe I married a Marine, talk about destiny. My family is ok, well, a little scared as everyone in Baja, it has been a while since they had a strong quake like the Easter One.
Take Care.

Diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

Hi Cachanilla!

Nice to meet you and thank you for stopping by my blog!

Love the red plaid throw! And your popcorn jar is so cute!

CACHANILLA73 said...

Thanks Diann!!! Happy Rednesday.

Julie said...

Hi Cotty,
Love that red and black tartan throw, woot!
And I laughed when I read about the shot only because it reminded me of when my (now 19) year old Jonny had to get one and he jumped off the table ran out of the room, down the hall, and locked himself in the LADIES bathroom!!!! Nurse Anne had to talk him out!!! Oh my...remember those days...
And I LOVE that you shared the beautiful bride and Handsome Marine wedding photos. SO LOVELY! what a handsome man you have. I pray he will heal up as time continues to pass...Bless you as you serve as wife, mom, nurse, doctor, bill payer, cook, (popcorn popper!!) maid, etc etc etc...You know all the hats we have to wear... but taking care of the one who wore those dress blues...I thank him...and I applaude you! Hugs to you! Thank your husband again as this is the set aside time where we verbalize our appreciation for our military, past, present and future! Julie

Ann said...

What a lovely red plaid blanket!! Also, what lovely wedding pictures.
I too can relate to what you are saying, my husband is in the Army and as I grew up in a military town, I swore I would never, ever marry a soldier. Well, 22 years and 3 children later, here I am getting ready to make my 14th move in 3 weeks. :) Love has a strange way of just happening when you least expect it!
Have a great Wednesday~
Blessings,
Ann
@
The Tattered Tassel

Mica said...

Hope your Bomino got through his shot today...sounds like e will need a little cuddle in that blanket with a bowl of popcorn.... Thanks for sharing.... Thank you also for your prayers for Ben/The military etc. as well as my hubby. I am thankful for those who serve. I have many in my family who have served and are serving our country.thank your hubby for serving too!! Take care...Mica

Joy @ Joy Of Desserts said...

What a great blanket they gave you. We have lots of military men on both sides of our family, too. :-)
My first Rednesday is at this link:
http://joyofdesserts.blogspot.com/2010/03/desserts-black-forest-cake-honors.html

CACHANILLA73 said...

Thank You Julie!! beautiful words of encouragment. And I smiled as I read the story of your Jonny, it's amazing how time goes by. And YES!! we do wear many, many different hats it's hard to count them all.
You know, I "fell flat in my back" when I met My Boricua the very first time in his Dress Blues, Oh Lord, I was walking in the clouds (( I still am ;-) ..)) Thanks againg for your prayers. You know You can count on mine for your Marine and all military personel and Veterans.
Blessings...

CACHANILLA73 said...

Hello Ann, thanks for stopping by. It's amazing this thing call destiny, when You least expect it BAM!!! there He is, calling at your door and changing our world. Good luck in your next move, I remember those times very well. ;-)

CACHANILLA73 said...

Hi Mica!! My Bambino did well, He got 4 vaccines in 3 shots!!! poor kid, He complained all the way back home about how "she pocked me". But You know, I think Daddy was in more pain then My Bambino, ;-)
Thanks for visiting.

CACHANILLA73 said...

Joy I loooove your blog, mmmhhh... that chocolate peso its awesome!!! Thanks for stopping by.

AshTreeCottage said...

Your wool blanket is so lovely. I admire the WWII generation too and I am glad that you got to marry a Marine!!

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

CACHANILLA73 said...

Thank You Susan!! ;) I'am glad too for My Marine.

SueLovesCherries said...

Oh, that blanket does look cozy! I've only read one of the Brokaw books and I'm very proud to be an American! My dad, also, was in WWII, in the Navy.

Hey, what a beautiful bride you were! And what a handsome Marine!

CACHANILLA73 said...

Oh, thank you Sue!! I enjoyed the books so much, I plan to re-read them again.

Kifus said...

Oh dear, that is something about motherhood that I disliked so much. I think each shot they got hurt me more than them. I wish all vaccinations would be a sugar lump with some drops in it!
Myy Cachanilla you are one lucky girl your husband is so handsome! (and of course, he is one lucky guy too!)
I've always liked tartan blankets and yours is lovely.
Happy Rednesday (although today is Thursday) to you!

CACHANILLA73 said...

Thank for visiting Kifus!! and yes those annoying shots, but it's for the best. Jeje, yes HE is the lucky one, of course I didn't get it bad either, ;).

Sherrie said...

Of course your red treasures are lovely, but even better treasures are your family, your two daughters in their communion dresses are lovely and your husband the marine, who served his country. Those are great treasures.

CACHANILLA73 said...

Oh Sherrie, thanks!!! I love my family so much, I am so proud of each of them. ;)

daylily777 said...

I love your reds ! I hope your son is feeling better now. Your Wedding pictures are beautiful !
Blessings,
~Myrna

CACHANILLA73 said...

Thank you Myrna ;) !!!! and My Bambino he is just fine, running around, jumping, 'bugging' his sisters, just the normal routine, lol.

Minnie said...

I think my son and yours are similar in age since my son recently had five (!!!) shots to get ready for kindergarten. I was practically in tears, but composed myself for the sake of my son! I love that red plaid blanket. It is so pretty. Thanks for posting your wedding photos. It's such a treat to see those. They're beautiful.

CACHANILLA73 said...

Wow!! 5 shots, now that is PAINFUL!! for him and for you. I did try to compose myself too, but My Boricua, well that's another story ;) .

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