Well, it seems impossible that a year has already
flown by since my last birthday blog for this amazing
young man who is my "baby" boy, Jeremy. He was
the last born and the heaviest of all three of my sons
He was one of a city of happy San Francisco fans when the Giants won
the World Series!
Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo ( what a lovely area in
which to go to college ) and started work almost
immediately. After two years at Maxim Integrated
Products, he is now in a supervisory position at
Genentech. He was born in San Francisco and seems
to really love the city ( like I do ) and he has also
acquired my love of travel. This year, he visited Bali
So far, he hasn't married and given me grandchildren
but he's a wonderful uncle to little Harper Ann and saw
to it that, before she was a year and a half old, she went
to her first San Francisco Forty Niner football game ( he
has season tickets ). He's also a SF Giants baseball
This is one of my favorite pics of Harper and her Uncle "J"
He was a great help to his appreciative mother in getting
me packed up and moved out of my home, settling my
remaining belongings into storage so I could make these
jaunts to India ( protesting a bit, of course, but who
I am proud of him, delighted to call him my son, wish him
the happiest birthday ever and joy and great
things to come the rest of his life.
Here's the link to last year's blog on his birthday.
Along with a little sage advice, dear Jer, I wish you a
wonderful birthday, always have a designated driver,
travel and see the world ( you are following in my footsteps
in that ) and follow your own good instincts in saving your
money and investing wisely. You have a good heart and
soul and that's what counts.
I love you very much.
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