Happy Birthday to you! Gpa is 100 years old.

Gpa which I say now stands for Greatest Person of All time, is 100 years old now!

The Sunday school we had attended while living on the north side of town came to celebrate. Only four were able to come but a fun time was had by all.

One friend has a handicap and found out last minute that she was going to have to ride the shuttle. She showed up early, which was fine, but I’m not sure why she didn’t tell me when she knew. I was in the back yard doing yard work and it wasn’t until I went to the front to cut the grass, that I found her on the porch thinking she was having to wake me up!

We did have a nice visit and I enjoyed getting to know her better. When the rest of the people showed up, they got into costumes and danced the can-can!

It was funny to watch Gpa try to figure out what was going on.

Later in the afternoon, my son and his family called to tell Gpa happy birthday.

The girls and some friends met us at a cafeteria. One has a 5 month old baby. She is a doll and doesn’t mind that Gpa pokes her. One of the guys tickled her tummy and she started to cry. But then mom gave her a bottle. So I reassured the guy that her reaction was probably due to being hungry.

Celebrating 100 years old!

After we were done with dinner, I met a former friend/classmate from music therapy class and her mom and she sang “If I had a Hammer”. We were able to catch up a bit but it was now after Gpa’s b-day and he was worried about getting home.

All in all, I’d say it was a great day!

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