Sunday, September 29, 2013
The residents has a fabulous time yesterday watching all the kids perform dances from different islands. They took us to Samoa, Hawaii, and Tahiti.
The Island of Samoa has their men dance next to the female dancers as they perform.
Grandma helped the girls out, when they got a little nervous, but it made it that much more special for us.
Hawaii is a beautiful dance with a lot of emotion.
Tahitian dance is fast past and had us all cheering.
Thank you for making our Saturday so wonderful! We are looking forward to your visit again during the Holiday season.
Friday, September 27, 2013
We had a lunch outing just outside The Elms on our patio. We ordered our burgers and enjoyed them in the lovely weather here in San Carlos outside. We had music, laughter, and good food.
Maybel, Gladys, Carolyn, Alyce and August smiling for the camera, burger smiles we called them for the day.
Kathleen and August returning with everyone's orders from In and Out.
Nellie loved her hamburger.
Jim enjoyed the weather with the burger.
Grace made sure no Onions!
Helen smiling with her burger.
Raul, Thanks for setting up the tent and the music for us. We had a great time. Hope you enjoyed your burger.
The Beginning of each school year we are lucky to have Heidi's second grade class perform for our residents. They sing, recite poems, play the piano, and then read to each resident. It is a wonderful morning for each resident.
Thank you Heidi and your students for such a memorable morning. Thank the parents who helped bring all the students down. See you on Halloween.
Thursday, September 26, 2013
We had a terrific time today at the Museum of San Carlos. We learned that we all had a little history here, and thanks to Bob we all learned so much more today.
We learned that this was not the first fire truck of San Carlos.
That San Carlos had their own cigarette factory.
That in 1947 San Carlos Elms wasn't on the map, well we kind of knew that one.
George felt like he was home when he pick up the wheelbarrow.
Nellie and Carolyn enjoyed looking at the old Chicken's Ball past performance programs and costumes.
We also found out that San Carlos has it's own city flag that has been up in space.
Thank you Bob and all the other volunteers at The Museum of San Carlos for making this such a memorable experience for all of us.
Today we had a birthday.
Karen celebrated her birthday,
by having her favorite kind of cake chocolate!
Dorothy, showing no love for the Giants, she will always be a Philly's fan.
After Bingo the residents were taking turns on the slot machine trying to win the big prize, a Lunch or Dinner outing.
At the beginning of the month we celebrated with our employee's at our annual Staff Appreciation Day.
It is a wonderful afternoon all about the staff and how much we appreciate all their hard work and dedication. We provide lunch and raffle off some great prizes. Everyone leaves with something.
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Billie looks like she has been up to something in Therapy Ball.
Lida, Doris, and Ann all getting their Morning Stretch accomplished.
Emmie, Ann, and JoAnn are joining in on the Stretching too.
JoAnn and William, one of the maintenance workers here at San Carlos Elms, enjoy a dance together.
All of the ladies enjoy crafting and painting.
JoAnn is focus on her painting.
Lillian, JoAnn, and Marie enjoy a day out in the sun.
So does MaryHelen.
Billie is getting her hair done, looks like she is enjoying it.
Doris got hers done too, who wouldn't like this attention.
Fran, Carol Mae are enjoying a game of Bingo.
Billie, are you shocked? You won!
Phil looks like he is savoring that ice-cream.
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