Getting the pills down before bedtime is required the nights before labs. And because of this late medication time I know the headache will be so bad he keeps the eyes closed for our early morning drive.
keeping the heart is top priority . . . always.
I juggle people making sure everyone is in place before the drive.
Charming’s car is down – he takes the truck to school for classes starting at nine. But first drops the brother off at work. . . running from town to town to get the job done.
he drives over a 100 miles this day.
Then back home to hangout with our girl by 11 . . . our girl the world has embraced – the girl who loves music.
and everyday she is doing more and more . . . eye closing in. . . that smile widens.
my heart rejoices
the little one in the care of the best Nana.
a sigh of relief
I feel familiar here
We grab that morning cup of Jo only for me and roll out back into traffic . . . back on track.
Something strangely comforting here I say, with this trip I feel like we are finally getting back to our normal.
He agrees, closes his eyes and says: “Thank you for driving me. . . I know the perfect place for lunch today.”
I smile happy to be with him.
happy for our normal
no work for the Fisherman over the weekend & the little one rejoices. “Yay, Dad’s home” she sings. and I know she’s right
She sings the Sister Suffragette
Lucy surprises with colorful tulips on Valentines day
beautiful sunrise & reflection over Lake Hartwell
knowing the fisherman can fix that car
good report back from blood work
warm, beautiful days
everyone working hard
medications to keep us going
a great lunch yesterday in a new favorite place
work for the fisherman today
visits filled with love, cookies & sandwiches from his mom & sisters