But amazing that I went outside and
took them at all in this
O.k. so I took more.....
but, these have been stressful days and
this is all I have the patience to work with.
The good news is that Georgia
comes home tomorrow.
Today I brought home the wheelchair,
walker and other items she will need for
the time being until she can put weight on the broken leg.
I am so proud of how Georgia has handled this hurdle.
It is a big one.
Summer is her favorite season.
This put a hurting on it...
It also forced the cancellation of a very cool
trip up through the Rockies and into Canada that
our Moms had planned.
we all know that nothing happens
And while Georgia is understandably sad and frustrated....
she is working hard to get back
on her feet as soon as possible
and has maintained a very sweet spirit
through it all.
My mom has been amazing as well.
She had to cancel and rearrange all of those plans.
That had to hurt.
I'm so very thankful that in the disappointment of these changes
the silver lining is that mom will be able to go through customs
with Chelsea and walk her to her gate
at the International Airport.
This was not in the original plans.
It blesses my Mother heart.
While I speak of blessings
I have to mention the dear ladies at church.
For the past few weeks
I have been a certifiable mess
Most of the week I can keep my mind and hands
busy and therefore keep the worries and sadness of
the upcoming separation at bay.
However, on Sundays it is all quiet
and I have opportunity to think
about the count down.
The words to the music always
reach straight into my heart.
Would that I were anything other than a cry-er.
My dear friends have sent cards,
prayed and checked in with me .
There is so much support and love that I am overwhelmed.
All of this seems ridiculous for a five month deal.
Kids do it all of the time.
But those are other people's kids.
This is Chelsea.