My life is pretty much chronicled in pictures taken with my cell phone. A lot of them involve family, especially our grandkids, what we read and what we eat.
On the top left is a shot of me just before a doctor at Michigan State University took a fine needle biopsy of my thyroid. They were checking for a malignancy on my oversized thyroid and accompanying goiter. The many needles didn't hurt and "praise God" everything right now is benign, no cancer.
Right next to it on the top row is a picture of me and one of my four grandsons. He and I had lunch together at a Pot Belly near his house. The kid is a charmer. Not much more to say about this one. It speaks for itself.
In the middle row is a shot of one of my favorite meals, a black bean burger with half a baked acorn squash. I loved it and I can't pretend to be a food snob. For me, eating something without ketchup is being "hoity toity."
The book on the right in the middle row is a Christmas present for my two year-old grandson who posed above with me. He loves trucks of all types, especially if they are big and make lots of noise. I can't wait for he and I to read it together.
More food on the third row. On the left is taco soup with lean white meat. It's one of my favorites and next to it is a dish that goes back to my childhood. Stuffed peppers has been a favorite of mine since I was a little kid. My mom made it and it was great. My wife's is better than my mom's.