7th Heaven (1996–2007): Season 10, Episode 13 - And Baby Makes Three - full transcript

Martin refuses to drop baseball training to go to Sandy who is giving birth - even though Eric begs him. Martin, gets a surprising full scholarship offer from nearby Sequoia college, a future after all. Roses' nagging about Simon wanting to stand by her friend, Sandy, causes him to question the marriage plan. She is obsessing about her dream wedding, but reconsiders, even about parenting. Kevin patiently convinces Lucy that his 'husband at home' dream squares ideally with a second child wish. Martin goes to visit his newborn son in hospital, where both grandfathers commit to help each-other for their offspring's sake.


Oh, sorry.

Excuse me...

Hi, sir...?

Hi, excuse me.

I'm having a baby.

Well, yes, you
certainly are.

No, I mean,

I'm having a baby right now.

And we know this because...?

Because my water broke

and my contractions are
getting closer together.

All right, all right,
it sounds like you know
what you're talking about.

Why don't you
sit down, relax,

and I'll try to get you
a doctor and a bed.

Is the father on the way?

We're not exactly speaking
to each other.

Okay, how about
your father or your mother?

My father's a drunk and
my mother's remarried

and neither she nor my
stepfather want to be here.

A friend? You got a friend?

Yeah, I think so.


You call your friend.

I'll be right back.

What do you think
of spring colors?

I think it's not spring.

I know, but what do you think
about something vivid

like daffodil yellow
and grass green?

Or would you rather
go with pastels,

like lilac and sort
of a dusty rose?


Hmm, good,
then we agree.

We agree on what?

The colors for our wedding.

We have to have
a color scheme.

Of course, we're talking about
a color scheme for the wedding.

How could I not know we're
talking about the wedding?

That's all we ever talk about.

It's only the most
important day of our lives.

I know, but it's over
a year away

and I don't want to miss out
on the rest of my life

because we're waiting for the
most important day of our lives.

You're not as excited
about this as I am.

Why is that?

Of course I'm excited.
It's just...


Oh, hi. What's up?


Oh, sorry, we can't,
we've got class.

I'll call you later.

Who was that?

Who else? Sandy.

She's such a drama queen.

She always thinks we can just

drop whatever we're doing
and help her.

Is she okay?

Yes, she's okay.

And why are you more interested
in her than me and our wedding?

I'm not.
I'm just asking if she's okay.

She's fine.

Now where were we?

Oh yeah, you were
being a jerk.

Any luck?

No... I have no luck at all.

That's how I got here.

Thank you.

Avoid caffeine
while you can.

I was just having a little fun.

So early in
the morning?

That's not like you.
What's going on?

Martin invited me to go watch
him work out this morning.

We're going to
the batting cage.

Before school?

Some guy is coming to see him
this afternoon, a scout,

and the coach wants
him to be ready.

I guess he got an offer
to go play with the Nuts--

the Modesto Nuts, the farm team.

They made him an offer

a couple weeks ago,

but he's thinking they
might want him sooner.

Oh, I guess this is

a very important day for Martin.

And he's including me.

I'm gonna to go find out
what's keeping the boys.

Please don't ruin this
by talking to me.

I'm-I'm not
ruining anything.

You won't if you
don't talk to me.

It's just that...

Please, I'm not in
love with Martin.

I'm just going
as a friend, okay?

A very happy friend.


So, in the past,
you have expressed

some very strong feelings
for Martin.

And even though
you seem to realize
that those feelings were...

misplaced, considering that
Martin is about to have a child

with a young woman
he's not married to

and won't even to speak to,

it just seems that
you're a little too excited

about going to the batting cage
with Martin.

I just want you to know
that I am mature enough

not to roll my eyes
at this point.

Well, okay, I guess
that's progress, sort of.

I want to go.

So, if I'm going to go,

I have to go now or
we'll be late for school.


I promise, I don't think of him

as anything more than a friend,

and as a friend,
I'm really excited that

something might happen
for him today,

because he's been through
such a rough year.

As much as I like Martin--
and you know I do--

we have to remember
that this tough year

didn't just happen to him.

Come on, just admit it,

aren't you just a little bit
excited that another scout

is coming to see him
this afternoon?

It's a big deal;
a really big deal.

And it's not like
I have any illusions

about us ever being
together or anything.


Okay, I, I guess--
yeah, go.

I don't believe her.

I don't either,

but I don't think
we can just say that to her.

We weren't talking to her.

No, but we were both
listening to her,

and if one of us had
something to say...

You were the one who arranged
for this guy to come see Martin.

Why didn't you just
tell him who it is?

Because if he knew
that I was setting this up,

he'd probably just turn around

and run
in the opposite direction.

he's not paying attention

to any advice I've given him.

Besides, Martin's dad

knows that this guy isn't
from the Modesto Nuts--

he could tell him.

But he didn't.


No one?

I'm trying.

Want me to try?

Well, I left a message for
my minister or my pastor,

or whatever she is,
but I can't get her.

All I get's
her voice mail.

Whatever she is?

Yeah, I'm not sure exactly.

I'm kind of a new to this
whole religion thing.

See, I became a Christian
over Christmas.


Yeah, I'm a believer...

if that's what people say.

I don't know exactly,
but I'm a Christian.

I wasn't before, you know,

but I am now, and for real.

I'm not just saying that.

Oh, I can see that.

I can see it in your eyes.

Believe me,

nothing's gonna go wrong today.

All right, sounds good to me.

You are a hungry girl.

Good stuff, huh?

Let me taste
some of that.

Are you okay?

Now I am.

What were you doing?

Spitting out baby food.


Because it tastes like dirt.

Then why did you eat it?

I wanted to see
what it tastes like,

since we're feeding
that dirt to our daughter.

Well, it doesn't taste
like dirt to her,

and you're under no obligation
to eat what she eats.

I know that.

I just want to what she does,

eat what she eats,
because I'm her daddy.

Well, I'm her mommy

and there's nothing that
I wouldn't do for her,

but neither of us has
to eat baby food

in order to be a good parent.

Oh, I think you're starting
to put on the official voice

of Pastor Lucy and you know
how much I hate that.

It's associate pastor.


And I wasn't putting
on any voice.

You don't seem like
you're in a good mood.

I can't find my cell phone.

Where'd you put it?

If I knew where I put it,
then I could find it.

I keep a very clean house.

If you can't find it, you must
have left it in the car.

Yeah, maybe.

Unless... do you think
Samson ate it?

No, he's a good dog.


I think if she ate it,
we could see it.

If it's not in the car,
I'll help you look for it.

I really want
to have another baby.

You see how crazy I am?

I'm busy,
I'm disorganized,


I didn't even kiss
Savannah good-bye.

I can't handle having
another baby.

Yes, we can.

We can handle it.

It's not we.

You don't have
to do anything.

It's me.

I can't and I don't want to...

no matter how good you are
at staying at home.

That's what she calls what
I do-- staying at home?

I'm good at staying?

Sometimes Mommy
hurts my feelings.

Yeah, she does,

but I still want to have
another baby.

Yeah, I do.

And your mommy does, too.

We just have to approach
her at the right time.

I can't just call him.

Call him.

Someone's going to call him
and it might as well be you.

Who is going to call him?
No one even knows.

You are going to get
through to someone.

Someone is going to
get through to him.

So I think you
better make the call.

I do! Trust me, I have
been through this more
than once or twice.

How many times?


I'm the third?

What difference
does it make?

Look, if he doesn't
want to be here,

he doesn't want to be here.

But at least give
him the choice.

You do not
want your child

growing up and asking, "Was my
daddy there when I was born?"

Because then you'd
have to answer,

"No, 'cause I didn't call him."

Looking good this morning.

Shut up.
Can't concentrate.

Your phone's ringing.

Let it ring.

What if it's your dad?

What if you keep talking
and I get hit in the face?

All right, I get your point.

I'd tell you your phone
is ringing again,

but I don't want
anything bad to happen.


Ah, who needs him anyway?

Yeah, it's not like he
can do this for me.


I just got your message.
Did you call?

Are you okay?

Yeah. I'm at the hospital.

I'm having the baby.

I'm on my way--
which means a couple of hours.

Who else is there with you?

A really nice nurse
and a lot of scary people.

And Rose and Simon?

They have class.

Class-- yeah, okay.

And Martin?

Not answering his phone.

Don't worry,
it's all going to be fine.

Everything is going
to be just fine.

If you have a problem
with pink, just tell me now.

I don't have a
problem with pink.

I have a problem with
wearing pink at my wedding.

Our wedding.


Why aren't you at the hospital?

I don't know. Am I supposed
to be at the hospital?

Sandy's having her baby.


All right.
We're on our way.

because I'm stuck in traffic,

and it's going to take me
hours to get there,

but someone should be there.

Martin should be there.

Well, I can't get him
to answer his stupid phone,

so I sent Dad to find him.

All right, um, I'll try
to find him-- you drive.

Go! Now!

All right, we're going.
Be careful.

Did you know that Sandy
was at the hospital?

Did I know that Sandy's
at the hospital?

Of course you knew.
Why didn't you tell me?

Sandy's all by herself.

Well, I don't think
we want to watch.

So there's really nothing
we can do when we get there.

Yes, we can.

Didn't you take all those
birthing classes with her?

That's what those
classes are for,

so you could be
there with her.

To tell you the truth,
I didn't do that well,

and they kind of asked me not to
come back after a few classes.


Look, I just don't get it.

I don't see what's wrong with
being completely knocked out

and then waking up
and finding out what happened.

I'm just
old-fashioned that way.

I was there when my
mom had the twins,

not in the room when
she was giving birth,

but I was there,
before and immediately after,

and believe me, there's
nothing like a baby being born.

We don't want to miss this,

and Sandy needs us.

Aren't you
forgetting something?

Martin is the father.

This is his responsibility.

He's supposed
to be there, not us.

We're just friends.

But Martin's not there
and we're going, Rose.

You go.

You want
to be there so badly, you go.

But I was hoping that we'd save
the birthing experience

for you and me,
not you and me and Sandy.

Rose... I want you
to do this with me.

Okay? I want us

to do this together.

Is it because you're scared?

Because, Rose, you
can count on me.

You can count on me
to be there for you.

I'm not scared.
I don't want to go.

I don't mind going
after the baby is born,

but I don't
want to go now.

But this isn't about us.

We're not having a baby.
Sandy is.

No. You know what, Rose?
This is about us.

This is about what kind
of family we can be.

And you know what? If this
is how it's going to be,

you making me feel bad
for doing the right thing,

to help out a
friend in need--

your friend, not even my
friend-- then you know what?

I don't, I don't know if
I want to to be with you.

I don't know if I
want to get married.

So, you ready
for this afternoon?

Ready as I'll ever be.

Who's trying to call?

I... I don't know.

I'm not checking my messages
until after practice.

I can't afford to have
anyone mess this up for me.

So, do I get to
watch your practice?

I guess I didn't
do too badly

with you at
the batting cage, so...


All right, but don't
yell anything out to me.



Ah, I'm glad I found you.

Sandy tried to reach you.
She's at the hospital.

Oh, all right.

Well, uh,
thanks for letting me know.

I-I called your dad.
He's going to meet us there.

He's working closer
to the hospital,

and he doesn't want
to drive all the way back here.

You do want to go
to the hospital, don't you?

Uh, no.
I hadn't planned on it.


I need to talk
to Martin alone.

But he's got that scout
coming this afternoon.

I can talk to the scout.
I'll find him

and I'll talk to him.

And Ruthie, your mom needs you
to come straight home

from school
and take care of the boys.

Kevin's going to pick
them up from school,

but then he's got
to drive up

to meet Lucy.
She's already headed up there.

So, I'm supposed
to baby-sit?

I-I need you
to stay with Sam and David.

We'll get back
as soon as we can,

but I don't know
how long we'll be there.

But I wanted to watch
Martin practice.

I need you to do this
for the family today, Ruthie,

and for Sandy.

She needs our help
and support,

and babysitting
is your contribution.

I'm hoping that Martin's

going to be at the hospital.

I don't think so.

Ruthie, do you mind?

Look, I know this timing
isn't perfect,

but you have to go.

Look, I don't have to go.

Well, you-- no, you
don't have to, but...

But I'm not! Look, even
if I didn't have a scout

coming to practice today,
I wouldn't go.

I can talk to the coach.
I can talk to the scout.

Look, I... surely he can
hang out for one more day.

Trust me, please,
just trust me here.

As an adult, as a friend,

as someone who really
cares about you,

just go to the
birth of your child.

Even if you don't
want to, go.

Come on... Come on,
I'll go with you.

I don't think Sandy
would even want me there.

She's been trying
to call you.

She wanted you to know.
She wants you to be there.

What am I going to do?


you're going to see
your child for the first time.

And once I do that, I'll what?

Be happy about everything
that's happened,

and Sandy and I
will fall in love

and get married
and be one happy family?

Look, isn't it enough

that I'm not going to college

and I'm going to play baseball,
so I can contribute financially?

You made a big sacrifice,
but no, it's really not enough.

If you check your phone,

you'll also have a message
from your dad there.

I'm not checking my messages
until after practice.

All right.

Annie's waiting
for me out front.

I wish you'd come with us,
but it's up to you.

Sometimes with
a first baby,

they come really quickly, and
sometimes it takes a long time.

So, maybe there'll
still be time for you

to get up there
after practice.

If you change your
mind, call me.

Hi. Uh, I'm looking
for Sandy Jameson.

She's having a baby.

No, she's not.

No, she is.

She called my sister.
My sister called me.

And you are?

Simon Camden.

Of "Simon and Rose.
We're too busy.

We have class"?

Uh, that was a

Well, Sandy's not here.

Where is she?

She left. Not ready.
Went for a walk.

Okay, I guess I'll
just wait for her then.

Or you can just
go back to class.

I think it's going
to be a while.

I'd rather just wait for her.

Where is she?


Uh, she's...

She left.
She's walking around.

The nurse said
she wasn't ready yet.

Where is she walking?

Uh, uh...
I-I don't know.

She's been walking
for a while, though.

Where's Rose?

I don't know.

What do you mean,
you don't know?


We had a fight.

She, uh,
she didn't want to come,

so, um...

I think we broke up.

Wait... You broke up?

You really broke up?


I'm sorry.

Stop smiling.

I love her, Luce.

It's... I don't know.

I don't know if Rose
is the right woman for me.

No, I...

We all love her too,

but none of is think
she's the right woman

for you either, Simon.

I know it hurts, but I
think it's for the best.

None of you think
she's the right woman for me?


She's a nice woman,
but we're different?

Right, that's what I meant.

The two of you are just
two very different people.

Different how?

I don't know.
You're the one who said it.

Well, you agreed with me and--

You know, your husband isn't
all that perfect, either.

No, he's certainly not,

but then again,
no one's perfect.

I know; I'm sorry.

I just said that
out of anger; I...

So what's wrong
with Kevin?

He's just bugging me

to have another baby, and I
don't want another baby.

Speaking of which,

I think we should
go find Sandy.

Has she had
the baby yet?

How's Sandy doing?
Where is she?

Uh, she on a walk.

She's not ready yet.

Oh, that must mean she's
close, or they would've
sent her home.

Yeah, where is she?

Is the baby here?

Uh, no, no, no, no.

And neither is the mother.

She, she went for a walk.

Well, I stopped
to get something.

I-I didn't know
what to get.

It's perfect.

She'll love it.


So you really in landscaping?


I'm not in the CIA,
I swear.


Don't panic, don't panic.

I'm sorry.

Me, too.

I figured you might be hungry.

I brought some sandwiches.

I'm starving.


So, where's Sandy?

Everything okay?

Yeah, everything's fine.

Sandy went for a walk.

My mom and dad are here

and Lucy's here
and Martin's dad is here.

And they all went
in different directions

trying to find her.

Should we go and
look for her?

No, no, I'm supposed to stay
here, in case she shows up.

I really appreciate
that you changed your mind.

Well... I was wrong...

and you were right.

We should be here
for Sandy.

But I hate hospitals.

And I hate sharing you,

even if it's for
a good cause.

What are you
so afraid of, Rose?

Tell me
what's really going on.


I'm afraid that... your
ambivalence about the wedding

means that... you don't
really intend to marry me.

I mean, I know I haven't been
that much help

with the planning,

but it's-it's still over
a year away.

I just get the feeling

that you don't love me
as much as I love you.

That's not true.


Because I waited
for you to come back

and beg me to come down here,

but when I realized
you weren't coming...

Well, here I am.


Timothy McDonald,

Sequoia College.

Oh, a college.
I thought...

No. Heard you got an offer
from the Colorado Rockies,

and they're gonna
start you out in A-ball

with the Modesto Nuts.

Yeah, I'm pretty excited
about it.

I thought if they were
sending out another scout,

they were thinking about
starting me sooner.


I just came to offer you
another option.

Uh, sure,
options are always good.

Second semester
just started.

Spring training's
already underway.

Our third baseman
fell out.

Now, you've got
the S.A.T.'s

and the grades
to get into Sequoia,

and we'd like you
to play ball for us.

It's a full-
scholarship offer.

Uh... but don't you want
to see me play?

I caught you last season.

I been hanging around here
for a couple of days.

Saw you at practice,

was at the batting cage
this morning.

Uh, how'd you know
I was there?

I told him.

Who told you?

Well, I don't really think
that matters.

What matters is that you're
looking at an immediate offer

for a college scholarship.

Well, uh,
I don't know.

I, uh, I kind of need a job,

and I was looking forward
to getting out on the road.

Well, after college,

there's plenty of time
to get out on the road,

and if the road turns out
to be a dead end,

then you got a college
education to back you up.

This kind of reeks
of Reverend Camden.

Listen, Martin,
before you get angry

and blow this,
think it over.

It doesn't matter
who brought you
to my attention.

A good offer
is a good offer.

You know what
this game needs, Martin?

Men with integrity,
and you have that.

You have integrity.

You know my situation.

So do I.

A lot of guys
get themselves

into the same situation.

Question is what are you
going to do about it?

We can get you a job
on campus.

Well, she must be
around here somewhere.

Well, well, well,
looks like we've got
a crowd here now.

This is more like it.

All we need is Sandy.

She's in delivery,
doing fine.

Wandered over
to the cineplex.

Missed the end
of the movie,

but she got here
in plenty of time.

Wait-- She's here?!


Does she want us
to come in with her?

If she doesn't,
it's okay.

I'll ask.

Reverend Camden?

Nine weeks sober...

and counting.

But Martin's all
by himself,

and he shouldn't be
all by himself.

This is an important
day for him, too.

He should be at the hospital
with Sandy.

I know that,
but he's not going.

Kevin, hey, I need a ride.

So you're going?

I don't know why.
I don't know

what I'm supposed to do there,
but I'm going.

Good man.

Then I want to go.

Your mom and dad
want you home with the boys.

We'll drop you off.

Please? I can babysit them
at the hospital.

I don't think they allow
children in the hospital.

Martin, you want me
to go, don't you?

I-I don't know, Ruthie.

I mean, maybe you shouldn't.

How can you say that?
I'm your friend.

Yeah, you're my friend, but...

You can't leave me out of this.
It's not fair.

Kevin, call them.

You call them.

Okay, and if they say yes,
I can go?

Then it's okay.

But I'm going to have to hear it
from them myself.

I can't believe
my life.

It's not supposed
to be like this.

How is it supposed to be?

I don't know, but not like this.
I mean,

I respect my dad,
and we're really close,

but right now,
I wish my mom was here.

I don't know what I'm doing.

I don't know what I'm supposed
to be doing.

Yeah, I lost my dad
when I was in high school,

and I still miss him, and there
are times when I wish

he was around to talk to,

help me
make my decisions,

but when I do have a decision
to make, I just ask myself,

"What would he tell me to do
if he were here?"

Here... I can go,
but we have to hurry.

Thanks for coming.

Sandy had told Lucy
that after the baby was born,

she was gonna try
to find you

'cause she wanted
to show you the baby

and hope that even
if you couldn't
sober up for her,

maybe you could do it
for your grandchild.

Yes. Well...

getting sober for either Sandy
or my grandchild would be

rather noble,
but we know I'm not that.

I did this for myself.

I did.

I decided I wasn't

as an alcoholic as well
as I thought,

and when I saw you and Lucille
working together

as father and daughter,
I thought, "That's functional."

And then, I thought,

"How do Iachieve that
level of functionality?"


Hello, Mr. Brewer.
Join us.

Miniature roses.

Rosa Rouletti.

You're right.

I'm new at this.

By the way, I... I'm looking
forward to meeting Sandy

And our... grandchild.

Well, we have a baby.

And I helped!
She did!

And the baby is...?

Sandy wants to be
the one to tell you.

Okay, now let's take this
one or two at a time,

because we don't want
to overwhelm our little mother.

Thanks for coming.

Thank you for letting me come.

This is your son.

He's beautiful.

Nice job.

I'm a little overwhelmed.

I don't really know what to say.

What do you want to name him?



No, there's... not after the way
I've been with this,

I couldn't name him.


It's a boy?


He's a boy.

I'm sorry I wasn't here.

It's okay.

You're here now.

I really don't know
anything about the
landscaping business.

It's just the only job
I could find after 25
years in the Marines.

I learned everything
I know from my mother.

She was a horticulturist.

And a drinker.

Mm. So who do
you work for now?

I got a lawnmower
and a pickup.

I work for myself.

I don't know how long
the job I have right
now is gonna last.

You need any help?

You just said you don't know
anything about the business.

That's true,
I did say that.


if you'd be willing to hit me
in the head with a shovel

if I ever go near a drink...

Not a problem.

Then perhaps we
should give it a shot.

Perhaps we should.

After all, we do have
a grandson in there

who's gonna need our help.

Let's just see

how the shovel motivation
works first.

I'm... new to sobriety.

It's been
a really nice day.


I'm glad we were here.

Me, too.

I... I'm sorry
about this morning.

I said some things
I shouldn't have.

I'm really happy, Kevin.

I-I love our life.

I love being
married to you,

I love being your wife,
I love being a mother
to our daughter,

and... if you're happy,

if you're really happy
with the way things are,

with... waiting on
Savannah and me every minute

and cleaning up after
Samson and Delilah, then...

if you're ready, I'm ready.

We can have another baby,
if that's what you want.

That's what I want, Luce.

Well, I guess maybe
things will work out

between Martin and Sandy.

We'll see.

I hope so.

They're both so young.

It's not the best way to start
a life together, but...

Well, they have a son,
and the best thing for their son

would be that things do work out
between Martin and Sandy.

It's nice to have a mom
and to have a dad.

Most of the time.

And hopefully,

I can still be friends
with Martin and Sandy.

Maybe they'll
even let me baby-sit.

I certainly have
enough experience.

I think Simon and Rose
will have the next baby.

Yeah, I wonder if they'll
get married first.

I can't wait to see you
with our son or daughter.

I can't wait to give you
a son or a daughter.

Although, I'm still in
favor of being knocked out.

I'm serious, Rose--
I can't wait.

I'm not having a baby
before I get married.

Then let's not wait--
let's get married.

Let's get married when?

This May.


We're getting married in May!

This May

we're getting married!

It was my idea.

I'm ready. We're ready.

I love you.

So, I know I shouldn't
say anything,

and it's up to you...

I was thinking,
if you went to Sequoia,

you'd be close by.

I really should
go to college.

And they have
a really good team.

If you decide to,
when would you start?


Are you ready for that?

Mm, I'm not ready
for any of this,

but... it seems like
the right thing to do.

What do you want to do?

I don't really know.

But... it seems like a
good opportunity, so...

maybe I should
give it a shot.

And it would
give us a chance

to get to know
each other better.

And it'd give me a chance
to... get to know my son.

I can't believe
I have a son.

Well, you do.

And he's gonna need a name.

Any name you want is fine.

You want to name him
after your father?

Mmm... What about
after your father?


I just really met my father...

and I'm happy that he's decided
to change his life...

but, like us, I think...

I should wait
and see what happens.

How about
your grandfather?

My... mother's father's name
was Milton.

I'd hate to stick
him with that.

What about your
other grandfather?

Uh, Aaron.

My dad's father's name
was Aaron.

After his father's best friend.

Maybe someday
we could be best friends.

Maybe we can.

How do we do that?

How do we... become friends

after I've been such a...

irresponsible jerk?

I can forgive you...

if you can forgive me.

I know it's
a lot to ask,

but it's everything--

I think I can do that.

I mean, if you can,
I'm willing to try, anyway.

Not that I know how to do that.

Well, you can come and see
the baby whenever you want.

You and your dad, or...

anyone else you want.


I'm gonna want to come see him.

I'm gonna want to be
part of his life.

Well, I think we just have
to start out slowly...

you know, and just
one step at a time.

Like you call me,

and I'll call you.

You can ask me how the baby is,
and I'll tell you he's fine.

Because he's gonna be fine.

He's gonna be
just fine.

And no matter what
happens between us,

we'll be fine, too.

'Cause you're
a good guy, Martin.

You really are.

So, um...

how was your day?


It was a very blessed day.