Saturday, May 30, 2015

Today's Blessings

Today, I thought I just might make an uplifting post after yesterday's wail..
Today's blessings
Lynsey in her Halloween Frozen outfit from Mary Pat.
She is giving instructions to her doting brother Dylan.
They are writing a monster story.  She is in charge.
Jennifer for sending the birthday picture of the two grandsons..being the brothers that they are..
My sister Charmaine for using her entire morning taking three children to two different birthday parties. while I sat at home on steroids and a breathing machine.
Evan for doing such a brilliant job on the sewing machine himself making his beloved teacher the present.
Very brave Evan at the fourth grade poetry cafe...reciting the poem he wrote in front of millions...
OK, in front of his class!!  Scared to death, but he did it!!

For the soft-hearted children making the sign I found on the deck bench for  Granddaddy to see from heaven.
  (He will have plenty of time to enjoy it as it is done in indelible ink..Sharpie)!!!!

The continuing garden..Granddaddy's roses abut the children's bean garden.
Now, Caroline on her family quilt.
Lee whom the world could not do without,
and Katie whom our family could not do without.
Being able to afford Stephanie here now cooking dinner and helping with the kids..
Muggs being back in town.
Judy having come.
My asthma being in control and my dear daughter representing the family abroad.
And my husband's wonderful family for their incredible support during our horrible journey with ALS.


Mary said...

Thank you for a beautiful post. I do hope your breathing continues to improve rapidly!

Ellen Guerrant said...

Oh my, dear friend. You continue to amaze me. Every time I read your posts I'm inspired. I'm praying your asthmatic bronchitis ENDS so you can breathe and rest. Thinking of you and sending big hugs.

Is Stephanie with you each night, or can we bring dinners? Love you.

smazoochie said...

There are bad days and there are good days. I guess we all need to remember, in the midst of a bad day, there will again be good days.

Diane said...

Many blessings, indeed! The kids' message to Granddad made me cry and laugh at the same time. Feel better soon.

Rachaeldaisy said...

I love seeing what your grandies get up to. The message they wrote for grand dad is just so heart felt and beautiful. Thats a very cute baby on a pretty quilt.