SINGING ON SUNDAYS

This boy is just like his mother.  He is only 3, but he will sit in front of the computer and listen to the ITUNES music for long periods of time.  Never does my 3 year old ever sit still, but if you have Michael Jackson music or the song from the GEICO commerical; “Somebody’s Watching Me.”  You can keep him completely entertained.  Greg bought this microphone just for the fact that he can use it when him and the boys listen to music and pretend to sing.  My favorite is the video I have with all three of them playing fake guitar and singing; “You’re in the Jungle Baby.”  NaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNaNa Nye, Nye, Nye……..

Great, now I can’t get that stupid song out of my head.

Missing Grandma Weber

Grandma Weber passed away just 3 weeks ago on October 22, 2009.  She was 90 years old, and she was the most loving and patient woman I have ever met.  She decided to take the risk of having heart surgury to possibly extend her life, but pneumonia took over her body and she lost her life.  I am so hopeful of where she is now, with Jesus in heaven.  She is in a better place than I, and I am hopeful that I will someday see her again.  I will get to hold those soft hands that she had, give her a hug, and maybe paint a picture with her.  She really loved my boys as you can see, and this picture was taken last year in my house when she came over for dinner.  She let them sit on her walker and they giggled and laughed because the walker was a fun thing for them to move around. 

Thinking for years that it wouldn’t be so bad when my grandma died because she got to live a long life.  It really doesn’t matter how old the person is when they die, I have found it all hurts just the same.   

 

Would you buy a Custom Made Butcher Block?

Would you buy a custom butcher block shaped like a wine bottle?

Please send in your answers.

On the very top is a chopping block made with cherry and maple lumber that we at Weber’s Cabinets are currently making. I went out into the shop to take pictures of it in progress. As you can see it is clamped up because the glue is still drying. I thought it might be a good idea to make an end grain chopping block into the shape of a wine bottle. Lodi California happens to be the heart of wine country and we have a lot of wineries in our small town. We also have a lot of tourists, and I thought we might sell these chopping blocks to the local wineries for them to sell as gifts.

The second picture down is a prototype of a chopping block made with end grain and solid lumber that is your everyday square style. These are beautiful blocks for use of cutting vegetables, cheese, fruits, and many other items. They are also good for display. Check out our website at http://www.weberscabinets.com/ for these items and more on sale soon.

Cowboy Memories

After my husband Greg came home from his trip to Dallas, Texas he of course brought back lots of Cowboy stuff. I really want to say “crap” because he actually brings back the plastic cups that you get at the stadium when you order a drink. He even goes down the aisle after the game and picks up cups that others left, “yuck.” So when he got home the boys wanted to see all of the things he brought home for them.

These are “special band aids” that they put under their eyes like the cowboy players would do with that black paint stuff. Jakob is almost 6 now and he has a little personality going, maybe he’s playing the part. I don’t know how he would even know how to do that. Nathan on the other hand is still my cute little guy with the great smile. They are both wearing their new cowboy hats too.

For certain, this family will never be with out Dallas Cowboy paraphernalia EVER!

Typical Friday


Working in the office and for my dad has its perks. I get to pick up my son from school and bring him back with me to work. He loves to ask me questions while I’m on the phone with clients, and loves to pat my arm until he gets my attention while I’m on the computer. Today I have him doing homework before he can get on the computer. He looks so studious!

I have about a million things to do on my list, and I haven’t checked them all off yet today. But one of them was to start this blog. I am looking forward to updating you with my perspective of working at Weber’s Cabinets.

If you have time check out our amazing custom cabinetry @ www.weberscabinets.com