October 17, 2008

Recouperating


A week has passed and I didn't even notice. Sally seems to be almost completely back to herself. She's still getting a dose of medication every six hours. She's pleading to ride her bike and go back to church. She still spends part of her day laying on the floor. She drags a quilt around the house and flops down on it when the mood strikes her. Since that won't fly in Sunday School, she's still staying at home on Sundays.

We have had a week of 'normal.' Normal for us may not seem normal for you. We had school at home every morning, went to art lessons, went to the park, and took many, many walks. The madness of our daily lives was delightfully...mundane. Blissful, even.

5 comments:

Farmboy and Buttercup said...

Oh, I totally understand. Mundane sounds really nice sometimes. So glad things have settled down some for your family.

jill coen said...

Who knew mundane could be so wonderful? Do you guys like spicy? I'm thinking about our menu...

Jen said...

I totally want to sqeeze your kids, I wish you lived closer!

Anonymous said...

I'm so glad Sally is doing so well. I have totally missed your postings! I told your mom that you can't ever stop. I want to see these kid grow up and hear about their everyday lives!
Love,
Angie

Carpenters said...

I am finally catching up on my favorite blogs. I'm so glad Sally is doing well. We were praying. Mundane sounds good after everything.

With Love,
Penelope