I was so happy to be able to visit y’all today. It was a pleasure to catch up. As I mentioned to some, mornings are the worst time. I visited some of you at four o’clock this morning because I was up but after a couple of hours my back loosens up. Phew! I look forward to being able to take ibuprofin again!
I have a wonderful daughter. She has made me so very proud being the mother she is to her daughter and the woman she is becoming. When I got out of bed this morning to watch Bells, dd had my tea already steeping for me. This is huge as it is the first thing I look for in the morning and my dd was running late. When I had a migraine the other day, she asked if she could make tea for me (sometimes the caffeine is the only thing other than Imitrex that will take away the pain).
When she was a little girl, we were very close. At eight months old, her dad left us for the second and final time. We did everything together. In her teen years and up to the time she had Bells, we were estranged much of the time. Still, we have a connection that was never completely severed and is now strengthening. There are times when she shares and times when she keeps mum but at least she doesn’t view me as the enemy any more. I am thankful for this.
I pray that my children will one day be fishers of men and that they will love the Lord our God with all their hearts, souls and minds. Amen.