Friday, June 19, 2009

We Celebrate Jack, Too!

When we went to Southern California to celebrate Rachel's graduation from Huntington Beach high school, we also got to celebrate Jack's graduation into the teen years. He chose Joe's Crab Shack for dinner. Good choice, Jackson! They have a Way of making everyone notice that you are having a birthday.
Note to self: Stay away from that place next month.

Jack took this photo outside of the restaurant.
See? Even the ocean is crowded!

There was also a guitar concert at school. Jack's Junior High provides a class where aspiring Rock Stars get to build a band and perform. He also takes private lessons.
The kid is good, if I do say so myself, and of course I do.


Blondie's Journal said...

Congrats Jack!! Officially a teen now? Please don't give your mother a heart attack!
Beautiful picture of the docked boats!!


Keetha Broyles said...

I just thought of something, Miss Lynn - - - in just a few days it really will be A JULY THING!!!!

drollgirl said...

i love the boat shot! but that is a LOT of boats. crimony -- we are bursting at the seems here!

hope you have a great weekend! :)

Florida Sue said...

Cute Jack, nice boats.

Candy said...

Fun times with the 'Joker'.

So now the "it's a july thing" is coming into focus.

The clock is counting down,5...4...


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Lynn your grandchildren are both so handsome/beautiful!

Happy birthday to one and ahppy graduation to the other.

I love the letter your wrote yhour grand daughter when she was a baby! How I wish my grandson lived close to me --I miss him so much!

mama-face said...

i've crossed referenced here through Housewife...
they for stopping by...why is my blog spooky? Is that a good thing? It is, right?

And how do I use bakes in a sentence?

My brother and sis-in-law live in Huntington Beach. Just thought you'd like to know.

Cute kids. :)

Alicia said...

Hey thanks for coming by the blog! I'm talking about the one in Rocklin, how random that you know that!!! I used to live in Folsom, my husband still works there...crazy! I'm gonna go check out your blog now, but please come back anytime and say hi!

Saucy said...

So it's a bit like that Jack Black movie, School of Rock? Love that.

mama-face said...

I get it now. I thought spooky was gangsta talk; something I can only aspire to master, er, understand.

Gotta check out the pink stuff now. :)