Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Lunch with the Grandparents - When they live far away
As we walked through the line I pushed the veggies. Making this a great moment for getting some green veggies in their bodies(they hate them). I pushed the salads and the fruit. I was so grateful in that moment that the Grandparents loved salads. Because my kids had seen their grandparents eat healthy they felt they too had to eat healthy, while at Souplantation. We all loaded our plates and sat down to eat. Salad, pasta, soups and lemonade to drink was on our table. We talked about the last time we came with grandma and grandpa and what fun we had eating. It was great to know that memories are made sharing a meal.
That day I realized that small moments can make big impacts. Today we will be going to Souplantation to make another memory. Thanks Grandma and Grandpa for making Souplantation one of our favorite places to eat. Miss you and we all love you very much!!
Hi, My name is Alma Bosek. I live in Southern California with my loving my husband and kids. Writing has always been my passion. I can recall being a writer as early as eight years old. I speak two languages and can understand three. Let me explain. My parent's first language is Tarasco, a language spoken by Indigenous Mexican people that are from the state of Michoacan. Spanish was a second language for my folks and I. My folks wanted my life to be more American, so they did not allow me to speak Tarasco. Tarasco was spoken so frequently that I learned to understand key phrases and directions. This is why I only speak two languages. My unique upbringing has given me an advantage on family, fashion, food and travel. If that isn't enough my household is filled with American/Euro traditions and food. All of it translates into a wonderful life. Follow us on the blog as I share great family moments.