Wednesday, September 17, 2008

She is a United States Citizen!!!


My grand daughter in law Sofia was sworn in as a United States Citizen this morning! I know I said I would have pictures but in all the hub bub of getting ready with three kids and the oldest being 3 they forgot the camera!
Some one else took pictures during the swearing in and Jeremy gave them his E-mail address. Hopefully they will send a picture to them!

There were 41 people there to take the oath and 26 countries represented!
Kelly is baking an Apple pie for them and Karen is stopping by and getting red, white, and blue balloons to give to our new citizen!!! We our so proud of her!



In other news I had my test for Harding of the Arteries yesterday. The tech could not get a blood pressure for my ankles. Very low blood flow. So I am set for a consultation with the specialist soon. To decide what they will do. I will keep you all updated on this.Thanks for your prayers for us!!

9 comments:

Mary said...

Carolyn,

I am so proud of Sophia and hope she enjoys the apple pie and red white and blue ballons. She must be excited to have been sworn in as a citizen of the United States.

I continue to pray for you and Nancy, my friend.

Blessings,
Mary

Barbara H. said...

Congratulations to Sofia!

Hope you get a good report about your ankles.

Love Bears All Things said...

Are your feet always cold and dry? I know I have poor circulation in my feet and they are always cold and stay so dry. They don't sweat at all.
Mama Bear

Kathy said...

Congratulations to Sophia!

I'm so sorry the tests didn't come out better. Hopefully the specialist will have a simple solution. You are in my thoughts.

Linda said...

A great BIG congratulations goes to Sophia and her citizenship. An apple pie is so appropriate to celebrate this event.

I'm sorry your tests were not good. Hopefully this can be resolved quickly.

Melli said...

Oh Grams! That is positively AWESOME! Congratulations to her - and to US for having her!!!

Hootin' Anni said...

Super news!!! I read just today that this year --and it's not over yet for a few months, the people becoming citizens of USA is a record breaker.

Connie@Little Red Hearts From God said...

congratulation...

I'm sorry about your test... I'll keep you in my prayers....

good lotion... to help out..

and good prayers...

Nancy said...

Congrats to Sophia!

I have vein problems in my lower right leg, too. I need to have that leg stripped as my calf is hard and discolored from the blood pooling in the tissues. If I get infection in that tissue, I could lose my leg, I was told! I have no health insurance and have another year and a half before I can get on Medicare....so I am trying to make it til then. The surgery quote was $31,000! So you can see why I am trying to wait to get on Medicare. My leg aches so bad sometimes...I feel for you with vein problems.

(((((( HUGS ))))))