Well we can see the light at the end of the tunnel, although we are still a little over a month out. We had a set back a couple of weeks ago when Joe received an extension on his deployment. Talk about a HUGE letdown! We have since moved past and we are thriving again.
Things are busy here as always between school schedules, me working part time, medical appointments, MOPS and my training program, we are NEVER still for long. We are hoping this will aid in the time flying by :)
Hope all is well with you all and you will be hearing from us soon. Stay tuned for the homecoming pictures, I promise they will be worth it ;)
I had such high hopes for a nice relaxing evening with the kids. Picture this the kids and I watching a movie and eating pizza. Sounds nice, right?
Well here is how the afternoon went...Josiah was getting in the car from school when one of the teachers informed me that, "He might have small rock in his ear. Have a great weekend." (Then she closed the door.) Wait what did she say?
Yep, you read that right! Josiah apparently was playing with a small rock, he was pretending it was a "phone" and putting it up to his ear. Well at some point he put it in his ear. Then FREAKED! One of the teachers tried to help him get it out but they weren't certain it was out.
So I did what any other mother would do and tried to call the dr for an appointment. Of course it was 3:30 on Friday afternoon so there were NO appointments available, there suggestion was go to the ER. Those words are a nightmare for a tired mother. Thankfully one (ok actually many) of our friends here are doctors. Thank you Lord!!!
So I called and Brandon was able to see Josiah. After lots of looking Brandon determined that the rock was not in his ear. However there was one in there at some point. Brandon cleaned Josiah's ear with some saline and triple checked.
Moral of the story...do not put rocks in your ear!
This past weekend was a little rough on mommy! I have been sick in one way or another since Joe left. No fun! Just when I started feeling better and my ear-whatever was cleared up, I started having side effects from the medicine. Go figure you get something to help one thing and it creates another. I digress...
Today was one of those days when you REALLY don't want to get out of bed. You know the one I'm talking about. But when there is only one you have to :(
So I did and of course today is the day where you made that early appointment for an oil change. Bummer can't cancel that. So I drug myself up and got everyone ready and out the door.
After a very long and tiresome day I went to get Mak from MDO. She loves school and is alway talkative when we leave. Today she kept saying something very softly and I couldn't understand. I kept asking her to "tell me again" and then it finally hit me...
"I'm Daddy's girl! I'm Daddy's girl!"
I'm not sure where she heard this but she can sing it as often as she wants.
I am a lover of Christ...a SAHM of 2 fabulous kiddos...and a devoted military wife. I have survived a couple of North Dakota winters. And now I am rejoicing to be back in the South! Thank you Lord for Southern Hospitality! I have created this blog for friends and family to enjoy our adventures from many miles away. The ride is rocky at times but we have faith!