Liam has wanted to stand before he was even crawling. Now he can stand alone for some time and wants to pull himself up on everything.
In the almost seven weeks since we last spoke: Dagan has popped in several times to do a dumpster and bird seed run for me; I've been over to visit McFamily twice; Leah and I had one craft night (then she got sick again--but is better now so we might be able to do one next week); Caroline's been here a couple times to clean and once for groceries; I've had three Gramma Days with Ian and Dagan (one I went over to visit afterwards to their house). Having a visitor is physically easier than being a visitor--but each and every visit is soooo worth it! Food for the soul!! :)
If you want to know what it is like to lose your former life, to be so tired and weak you can't get dressed or take a shower, and to know there are people who have it much worse than I do--this lady now has a documentary streaming on Netflix called Unrest. (Thanks for letting me know, Serena.)
Anyways, due to being sick so long and then this bad flare I have not yet been able to reschedule my dentist or eye doctor checkups, haven't been writing letters or been online like I usually am able to, and have been saving my very few spoons every day for showers, dressing, laundry, cooking--and visits with McFamily!! I'll be back when I can. Thanks to everyone who emailed or wrote to ask how I was doing and to those of you who even remembered this absentee's birthday--LOL! You're all such a blessing in my life. Even those of you who just visit and never chat. Thank you!! :) :)
When we do the best we can, we never know what miracle is wrought in our life, or in the life of another.