|The new OB atriumin our hospital...a new mom can come into this peaceful area to hold her baby, sit by the water (and I think, fire) feature to hold & rock her baby.|
|Another view of the atrium with skylight....|
|-Not finished yet but plants will be in pots and tables & chairs will be added...|
Being in the glass business hubby, Larry has put glass into literally hundreds, maybe thousands of buildings during our married life. They are all over the state of Ohio and a few in other states as well. Many times we go through towns and cities where he says, "look over there...I put the glass in that building". And I say, "Oh, that looks nice, honey...."
This week, I was never prouder than when he completed a new OB in our very own Samaritan Hospital, where I work. It is state of the art gorgeous and I have to say the glass is the crown jewel! Here are a few pics of this area....
|A patient delivery room...see light above end of bed to deliver baby!|
|Other end of patient room...there is a fold-out futon here too for Dad to rest.|
|Bath room..note glass shower!|
|Another view of atrium...note glass skylights!!|
Great job, Starkey Glass!! I think this new OB will be a fabulous addition to our community!!!
|This was a "ride" that Joni's parents gave Cooper for his birthday. He loves it and I think I want one too!!!|
It's such a joy to watch him! He is pure exuberance in everything he does! He is the word FUN!!!
We took him to a splash park in a mall and sat by to watch...so enjoyable!
|Some big green frog came to play...ha!|
|Tim talking to son...|
|Joni and Cooper|
|~Thoughtful gifts and flowers from friends...and a cake from Chelsea, -thankyou!!!|
This weekend was also our 40th anniversary. We celebrated quietly. We went to see the movie "the Help" which is Oscar worthy, in our opinion...we laughed, we cried, and we laughed again. It took place in the 60's and we relived that time all over once more. Then we had a sunset dinner in an extravagant restaurant talking about all the changes we had seen in the world during 40 years. I toasted to 40 more. Larry groaned and said..."gee, I hope we don't live to be that old!" ~And so it goes....