Hubby has a new hobby, and I love it. He recently learned how to take pictures and turn them into slideshow movies with music. The first one he made was of the boys and it made me cry. I cried happy tears and sad tears. And seeing all those baby faces made me wish I could have another one. Too bad that can't happen. Now Hubby is making a movie made of pictures of Poppop. So we spent over an hour this morning scanning old pictures into the computer. I still need to find more because we don't have any pictures of him from the 1970's or 80's. This movie (and it isn't even made yet) is making me happy and sad, just like the movie of the boys. Of course seeing pictures makes everyone happy but I also get sad because I miss the old days. The old days when Poppop was healthy and didn't have Alzheimer's (and the old days when my little guys were such cute babies).
Day 2 of Daily Grace....
First I want everyone to go read Kristins Blog today at The way it is.....This is my #1 today. Hearing her story definitely Graced my day.
Second is that silly little thoughts graced my mind and I didn't even notice my teenage son and his girlfriend sucking face in the back seat of the minivan this afternoon....but my hubby made sure I knew about it later. Ugh. Now I can never look back in the van when they are back there. I do NOT want to see that.
Third was dinner tonight....made completely by my Hubby. The only thing missing is a visit from the dish fairy tonight.
#4....Church this morning Graced me with lots of smiles. Actually J graced me with smiles during Church. Sometimes he says the cutest stuff, even when he isn't trying. Today he actually cried (loudly) because he thought he was missing out when we all went up for communion and he stayed behind in the pew. When we asked why he was crying he told us that he didn't get any of the Jello they were handing out up front. We all had a big laugh over that one. Only a 5 year old could think that they give you jello during communion. LOL
And 5th would have to be God blessing me with the patience to not get mad when J cries over silly stuff and to enjoy those moments instead. I treasure the patience that I have because I didnt have it when C was growing up. This time around, with J and R, I know that all those small things kids do arent worth getting upset or mad about....and most times they can even put a smile on your face. Now if Hubby could just learn that we would be in good shape.
- 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.