Sunday, January 22, 2006
Grandpa Jack Kellett is back in hospital, after what was apparently another mild heart attack. I've lost count... his fourth? or fifth? But he keeps on going and it keeps on ticking, at age 92. He's going to be moved to another hospital (he's at the Vancouver General now) to rest for a few days and then come home. He's a survivor, thanks goodness!
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Monday, January 09, 2006
It wouldn't be Christmas at the Kellett's without a jigsaw puzzle. Grandpa had little trouble with this one. So we had two Christmases in 2005... one away and one at home.
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I took the pictures from above, so I could get a better view of people, so Ros took me on the chair.
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Naomi and Nick flew in from Ottawa Dec. 29 to be with us Christmas-New Year's week and a bit beyond. Here we are at dinner at the Grandparents shortly after they arrived.
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Monday, January 02, 2006
Before leaving, we visited the Lawrence Science Museum at the University in Berkeley, which Ros loves. Then back to Vancouver. A great getaway.
Posted by Neale Adams at 10:47 PM
I got some "Grilling for Dummies" BBQ equipment from Chuck, which is apt, since I am a bit of a dummy when it comes to grilling. I'm looking forward to using it.
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Christmas Day Leah lit the first Hanukkah candles. It was the first night of the Jewish holiday, so both families (Chuck's and my other brother Mike's) gave each other Hanukkah or Christmas presents.
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Ros was very much in the festive spirit down there. Here we are at Chuck's house. We house sat for a few days when he and his family went to Montana to bring daughter Leah home from boarding school. They returned Christmas Eve.
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We enjoyed being with my sister Marijo who lives near Chuck - across the street actually. One rainy day we went to Pier 39 in San Francisco and visited the Aquarium.
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My brother Chuck showed us the new offices of his company, Charcoal Companion, which makes barbeque utensils and other things to go with patio cooking. He's very proud of it.
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We went to California this Christmas to be with my brothers and sister in Berkeley and in Davis. The trip there (and the trip back) took two days. Weather was rainy, but not too bad. It really rained after we returned Dec. 27. (We went down beginning Dec. 19.)
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