….has been crazy.






We’ve had sad. A stroke. A beautiful child taken from us far too early. Heart attacks.

We’ve had happy. Families growing closer together. Leaving the acute care hospital. Quick progress in rehab.

We’ve had answers to prayers. Survival.  Transfer to one of the best rehab hospitals in the state. Things falling into place.

We’ve had cafeteria food. Good, bad, ugly.

We’ve spent time in waiting rooms.

We’ve had tears.

We’ve had laughs.

We’ve had more time in waiting rooms.

We’ve had carry-out. A lot of carry-out. A lot of ribs.

We’ve spent a lot of time driving.

Really a lot of time driving. (Strategically placed during naps.)

We’ve tried to keep things as normal as possible.

And we were happy to see our little one adapt and come out of her shell a bit.

And I would just like to say thank-you (again) for all of your support, prayers, words of encouragement, and guest posts. It means the world to me and my family. My father-in-law still has a long road to recovery but is progressing wonderfully thanks to prayers from friends like you.

(PS: Please forgive all the terrible cell phone pictures. I hope it does not detract from my daughter’s unbelievable cuteness.)