And this week, my youngest child becomes a teen. I don't know who got permission for that to happen, but it didn't go through me. No more phonics, no more picture books, no more potty-training, no more kids-eat-free meals, no more tooth fairy quarters. Just young men looking down at me from where the little boys used to look up!
I don't know, do all families have to keep an Excel spreadsheet to know who has to be where when, in what vehicle with what driver? I'm tellin' ya, this is the craziest it's ever been!
Maybe I'm just slow, but what am I missing? Read this story, and then this one. I guess you have to be famous in order to be excused for being degenerate (and to avoid the drastic consequences).
Had to have my PICC line replaced this week after three weeks of "issues" with it. I was nervous enough about having a redo of the procedure, and even more so when evidently the line got close enough to my heart to cause palpitations. I'm grateful to have this method of staying out of the hospital, but it won't be gone a day too soon.
Yes. Christmas shopping. This week. For sure.
Go figure. I have physical therapy in my home three times a week and Tricare covers it 100%. If I drive to the outpatient clinic, I have to pay $12 a visit co-pay. Staying home looks pretty good.
Saturday, practically all my children and grandchildren will be involved in yet another "Psalty, the Singing Songbook" production. I don't know if I'm going to be able to go, but I've sure enjoyed hearing all the beautiful music during rehearsals here and I will look forward to seeing the video when it's all done. Kudos to all the young adults and teens who have shouldered the responsibility of making it happen!
Snip, snip, that's all folks!