Que sera sera

“Que sera sera,

Whatever will be will be,

The future’s not ours to see,

Que sera sera.”

That was the chorus of a song my mother used to sing all the time back in the 60s and 70s.  I was reminded of it recently when observing my grandson’s attention to detail.  I started wondering what he might do for a career, way down the road.  He did just turn one.  I am fascinated that he has always been fascinated with textures and gadgets like door pulls, door stops, light switches, openings or holes.

The next part of the song went like this…

“I asked my mother, what will I be?”

“Will I be handsome?”  (Of course you will)

“Will I be rich?”  (Who knows)

“Here’s what she said to me…”

 

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First grandchild born on Family Day

baby-boy-and-stork

What better way to celebrate Family Day than to welcome our first grandchild into our family?  The parents were expecting to get a phone call scheduling them for an induction, but their baby had his own plans. Our grandson arrived this morning (very) shortly after a race to the hospital in the middle of the night.  I guess the baby wanted to beat the rush hour traffic LOL.

The complications I talked about in a previous post are still a factor, but hopefully under control.  CHEO, (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario) where the baby has to stay for monitoring over the next few days, is next door to the hospital mom delivered at so she and my son can spend as much time as possible with their new baby.

Grandma’s coat and boots are ready at the door, just waiting for the all clear sign to go visit!

Happy Family Day!