Twins in Tiburon~

Flew with the birdies,

to Tiburon California,

did a lot of hiking,


and sightseeing,

in The Marin Headlands.

Celebrating and staying fit with my daughter. She and her hubby are expecting twin boys!

It was our last mother-daughter time together before she becomes a mama too.

Cheers to you with the beauty of life~

283 thoughts on “Twins in Tiburon~

  1. Those pelicans!! Don’t you love the Main Headlands???– open space just across from the city. And Dre is beautiful. So much to look forward to! Are you going to be up when the babies arrive? It will be an instant house-full! So happy for you all!! God Bless those new little boys. hugs Cindy!

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  2. Congrats on the coming grandbaby, Abuela!
    I’ve always imagined Tiburon as such a magical place. I’m so glad you could visit it with your daughter. Thanks for the gorgeous photos. Your shots of the pelicans are amazingly clear. Sigh… the blue sky… the birds, the boats on the water, and those views! Hugs on the wing.

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  3. Congratulations on the imminent arrival of your grandchildren what a great occasion to look forward to, are they your first? How lovely to have two at once, my Grandma was an identical twin and my I have identical girl twin Aunties too. Those birds in flight are really magnificent, a couple of them look like they’re sat on the wind.

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    • This means, my dear Charlotte, that you have an increased probability for twins yourself, since twins are carried by the female side of the equation. I think identical twins are awesome and lucky to have each other, all their lives. ❀ ❀

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    • I think we are going to have two-tons of fun!
      I got this call today, “Grandma this is Michael….”
      I said, “Who?”
      He said, “MIchael?”
      I repeated, “Who???”
      He said, exasperated, “Come on grandma, it’s your first born grandson Michael…..”
      I said, “Michael, I am sorry, but I am pretty sure I am not your grandma…”
      Laughing…… Hilarious!

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  4. Your daughter is lovely, Cindy. And special times are ahead for you as the grandmother of twins: double trouble…double fun…twice the love.
    I am sending my warmest wishes for good health and happiness for your daughter, you, and the new babies – all the way from South Carolina. Bless you all.

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  5. What a treat to see a photo of your lovely daughter and mama-to-be. Twins! Oh my goodness what an exciting time. I’m so happy for all of you, Cindy.

    I laughed at your first photo. I’m not sure why it struck me as so funny, but something about the way they beaks are tucked in made me think of a cartoon. What a gorgeous image.

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    • Ahhh…
      I am so grateful for my talented and kind blogging friends, like you! ❀
      Peli-i-Cans just completely crack me up. They are pretty amazing birds. Watching them dive, bomb fish, hold them in their pouch, and gulp them down in one swallow, is ridiculous enough. But the way they fly is even more ridiculous. They make it seem they are sitting on air.

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  6. Such wonderful news, Cindy! Your beautiful daughter looks so much like you! πŸ™‚ ❀ All the best for your daughter, the impeding birth as well as the whole family.

    I have been thinking about you a lot lately. The news from California are simply devastating. It breaks my heart to think about the terrifying fires. Xx

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  7. The situation in California is terrible. It is hard to keep track of the new fires. See: There are fires burning near the redwoods in Sequoia National Park. If the Sequoias burn, it is a tragedy beyond compare for the world. I had a dream last night about the ancient bristlecone pines burning. These are the oldest living non-clonal organisms on earth. Being amongst them is a deeply spiritual experience. What terrible legacy of destruction we humans are leaving on this planet. When I flew back to Southern California from Northern Cali, the flight was delayed for hours due to smoke. The view from the plane was nothing short of surreal. The sky was this deep opaque purple with red stripes on the horizon. The cities and landmarks as we flew over them were unrecognizable, pools of black alternating with city lights that were a strange glowing orange color. It was disconcerting and looked like another planet. Many of the fires are started by arsonists who just want to see the world burn, and of course, when is the last time our president has visited a national park outside of Camp David because of his love for nature? I wonder how we imagine we can live separate from the natural world?
    Thank you my friend for thinking of California, and my daughter, her husband, and the twins. I love all the aforementioned, and wish I could protect everything and everyone on this beautiful planet. I know you wish the same. Love to you ❀

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  8. Absolutely beautiful photos Cindy. I can almost (just almost) imagine the wonderful feeling you must have about becoming a grandma. How exciting!! Congratulations πŸ™‚

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