Her daddy and I met for lunch and he asked if I was as down in the dumps as he is. Of course, I had to be honest and say yes. I told him we had one day to be depressed and then we have to pick ourselves up and get on with life. I hope it is just that easy.
Truthfully, I am looking forward to having the house all to ourselves and fixing things the way we want them. We have a lot of work to do, but that should help the depression pass quickly.
|Kelli and I goofing around at Skyline Chili (Kelli's favorite chili place)|
|Another goofy picture (I can't even believe I'm showing this one).|
|Dad and I leaving for church and Kelli finishing up packing. I thought we weren't going to see her again after this, but she showed up at my mom and dad's after church while we were there. I'm really glad she stopped to see them one more time.|
Before we can get too far into the remodeling projects, we need to get my mom well. She is home from her surgery and things are going pretty well. My sister took some leave from work and is doing the daytime shift. My sister-in-law and me are taking turns with the night shift. Someone has to be there 24 hours a day. It's not easy, with trying to work and everything, but we're doing it so far. I know God will help us to stay the course. My younger sister is running a lot of the errands and that really helps a lot too.
I can see that mom really is getting a little stronger every day. And that is a really good thing.
So this is my one day to be depressed and I am, but by tomorrow, Lord willing I'll be ready to smile and move on with life. And hopefully, one day soon, I'll get back to regular blogging. :)
Have a blessed day everyone!