Cooked brunch for a couple of church friends and the widow of my friend Wilson (who passed in March from stage 4 cancer) and her twin 3 year Olds. Started off as our monthly play date for Rose's son Issac & daughter Bella with my 2 girls acting as "big sisters" but they like eating brunch and I like cooking brunch. We had ham, cheese, home grown red bell peppers & mushroom omelets, cinnamon French Toast, potatoes patties, 2 packs of bacon, sautéed ham, fresh brewed coffee and juice, as well lemon squares ad fresh blueberry squares that Rose made. Fabulous way to start off the day and with 4 well behaved kids picking blueberries, cherry tomatoes and some new blackberry variants in my urban farm the big container was soon filled. I really admire how Rose has been able to stay strong for her kids. We like her family a lot which is good cause I want my kids who are 9 and 6 to bond with the twins and have our kids grow up together to fill at least a bit of the void left by Wilson's untimely death. He was only 40. Met him after a mutual friend asked me to help Wilson sell off his big sw reef tank in February. Really nice guy, real family man. Being a father with 2 little ones too, I can't imagine what he went through knowing he wouldn't be there to watch over his twins. Really crappie hand he was dealt. Sharing my garden and my kids with his family is something we all look forward to. Sent them home with fresh blueberries, tomatoes and mangoes. Can't wait for the next play date. I really really hate cancer!!! Go hug and kiss your kids everyone. Life is precious and shouldn't be taken for granted.