April 20, 2011

Forever Family Day #10

We have made celebrating the anniversary of Tama's successful adoption of Mr. D a family tradition, and this year (#10! how is that possible?), we started off by sharing songs with a celebratory theme. Here are Tama & Mr. D listening to Kool & the Gang rock Celebration:

(Mr. D noticed that some people had clicked "thumbs down"
in the comments on this video,
and asked, "Who the heck doesn't like this song?!"
He's turning out nicely, we think.)


Actually, the first thing we did was treat ourselves
to a fancy breakfast of raisin challah French Toast.

Then the sound of a basketball being dribbled
in our neighbor's driveway called Mr. D's name,
so off he went...

(Nice body English, huh?)

Later, we went on a family bike ride to
our favorite bike store,
where Jay was able to show us a picture
of Mr. D's soon-to-be-delivered new bike!


The weather was not cooperating,
so we rode back home
and played several rounds of
Mille Bourne ("nice guy version").
(This version encourages players
to help each other out when they encounter
trouble on the road, and since the original version
is considerably more cutthroat,
"nice guy version" games tend to take a while.
No worries; we had all the time in the world.



Then, just as happened last year,
we found ourselves in the market for some 3-D movie action.


We give Born To Be Wild six thumbs up!

And we remain grateful for each other's
love in our lives... not just on Forever Family Day,
but every day.

(For more Forever Family Day fabulousness,
check out the posts from 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.)

3 comments:

Zina said...

I want to be a part of your family! Hey, wait a minute...I guess I am, by way of your blog. Thanks for saving me a seat at your virtual celebration.

Happy Forever Family Day, all!

Kelley Ann Hornyak said...

That pic with the 3D glasses is about the cutest thing ever!! :) Happy Forever Family Day to all of you, and thanks for sharing it with the rest of us on your blog!

ingrid said...

I'm with Zina. :)

In the Netherlands, people say "Gefeliciteerd!" for such important days. :) Yay you!

(Interestingly you also get "congratulated" on your birthday, so I suspect it isn't a completely literal translation...)