I am grateful that I am home.
I am grateful that our littlest has a temporary cast on his arm compliments of our family practitioner.
I am grateful that in the last week we have e-mailed both of Aaron's doctors at Shriners and BOTH DOCTORS e-mailed us back. Several times. That means the world to us. Aaron's arm doctor is ON VACATION. Yet he still took the time to e-mail us and reassure us that he will take care of our boy.
We are traveling to Shriners on Wednesday. We aren't sure when they will fix his arm or exactly how they will do it. But I am grateful they are going to take care of him.
I'm grateful that the day before Aaron fell he had a blast at his school's field day.
I'm grateful that he was able to ride his bike with his friends.
I am VERY VERY GRATEFUL that at my BiblioPlan booth I was visited by some very special Reece's Rainbow babes.
Last year I did a shout out for them as they had just come home from adopting sweet Emma....
And were crossing the ocean to bring these three home too...
I am grateful that YOU HELPED BRING THOSE BABES HOME!! Your donations mattered so much!!
I AM GRATEFUL THAT ON SATURDAY I GOT TO HOLD IN MY ARMS ALL FOUR BABES!
LOOK AT EMMA.... She is WALKING!
THE LITTLE GIRL WHO COULD...
Oh my goodness I was blessed and blessed and blessed and blessed....
In the midst of broken arms and locked knees and crazy schedules and utter exhaustion....
I am grateful!!
Thank you Renee and Alan for blessing me on Saturday!!
When they left our booth on Saturday... my helper and I stood there wiping away tears from our eyes.
I am most definitely grateful.