So far so good.....I got to sleep in a little longer than normal today. Which is ALWAYS a plus. Then I got a nice start on some housework and laundry. I think I finally figured out how to get stuff done.....Do it BEFORE I turn on the computer. If not, nothing get done except for blog stalking, lol. Well anyway, I have laundry in the washer, dishes in the dishwasher, I made breakfast AND a pumpkin pie and swept the floor. Look out South Jersey.....a blizzard is coming.
Earlier my phone rang and a cheerful voice on the other end told me that Poppop would be discharged today and transferred back to the nursing home but that didn't last. I just got another call that something is off on his blood work so his discharge is cancelled. Oh well, almost.
Now I want to talk about my mom again. She is totally devastated after losing her job yesterday. I truly believe that most of her sadness and anger aren't necessary about losing her job but about her being scared that she will have to move back east. Unless she finds a job making what she was making then they will need to pack up and move out of Arizona. My parents love it there and wanted more than anything to stay there and grow old together. But I think God has other plans....even if she doesn't like them. I hope that with all our prayers and a little bit of time, that she will find peace in her heart and accept that her and my dads lives are about to start a new chapter. I can think of many reasons why living back here ,or in Florida near my grandparents, would be great. For example they will be closer to the grand kids and get to see them much more often. They will also be closer to me....and what more could they ask for! Anyway, I hope that you will all continue to pray for her and my dad to get them through these dark days. Thanks again!
- Denise @ Sunflowers, Chocolate and Little Boys
- Im a Christian Stay at home mom...that means I am a professional multi-tasker and I give all the credit to Jesus. I am married to my best friend and have 3 wonderful sons. God didn't promise days without pain, laughter without sorrow, nor sun without rain, But he did promise strength for the day, comfort for the tears and light for the way.