I call them my tribe because there’s a lot of us now-a-days.
Starting with my husband Larry.
Larry works for Ford Motor Co. He’s been at Ford for 10 years now. It’s a good living, good money, but bills always sky high makes that money go fast.
He has “hobbies” outside of work. He loves model trains and has a couple but they’ve never made it out of their boxes. He just took over an acoustic guitar my son had that was broken. He took it into Guitar Center and got it fixed. It cost only $40.00 to get it fixed and get 3 or 4 sets of strings for it. Does he know how to play the guitar? Not a note. He wants to take his time and teach himself to play. We’ll see how this progresses….
He’s a good husband, father, grandfather and provider and is involved in his UAW union activities.
Next is Matthew. He is my oldest son….28 years old and the father of my 1st grandson, Xander.
Matthew is a hard working young man and an awesome father to Xander. Matthew puts his son first in everything he does and provides very well for him.
Matthew’s hobbies are reading and playing online computer role playing games. He doesn’t have a lot of time to donate to his hobbies because he works a lot and spends most of his spare time with his son.
Next is my youngest..Larry, Jr. Larry is 22 years old and the daddy to my 2nd grandson, Logan.
Larry is currently in school and is doing great. His college grades are far, far better than his high school grades. He is taking the pre-req classes for pre-med and music theory. He’ll be a guitar playing dr. strollling the hospital halls strumming a soothing song to send patients into the sweet dreams they’ll need to regain their health and happiness. If you believe he’s actually going to roam hospital halls playing his guitar, you’re very gullible. LOL
This coming September, Larry will be marrying Crystal, who has 3 children from a previous relstionship. Larry will be a step dad to a 3 year old and 2 year old twin girls. Crystal is Logan’s mommy.
Crystal is a sweet young woman that I am happy to embrace as my own daughter.
I also have a stepdaughter that lives in California with her husband Josh and kids, 2 boys, Caleb and Jacob. I’ve only met her once but that was more than long enough for her to capture my heart. I’m looking forward to one day visiting them in California. Caleb is autistic and I think it would be easier on him if we went there to visit and meet him for the 1st time.
So…for the tribe living in my house:
Larry(59), Me(47), Matthew(28), Larry Jr(33), Logan(3 months), Crystal(22), Brennon (3), Miah and Hannah (2 year old twins)
Can’t forget about the pet turtle…