Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Tackle it Tuesday


Well I tackled that day!

Dove and I to the bus stop we had a sweet time together tying cords

Dash slept til almost 9 a.m. unheard of he was really feeling bad.
Dash to the Doctor I got him tended.
A cold viral they think up and out comes the breathing machine for a few months.
Sweet baby will need to begin his daily preventives.
I was so very fortunate for the physician was the office specialist of Asthma.
We will be setting up a half hour training visit soon for anyone who might care for Dash.
We set up a green light, yellow, red light action plan for him.

I found a $5 in my purse and stopped at the golden arches for a drive through burger and a knife.
We split it there in the parking lot.
He was so sweet he said "no mom you eat it your really hungry, I'll get something at home".
You know that I would find that just too hard to do, besides the example of sharing is more important than the belly.We don't live by burgers alone but by every word every deed.
We got home and had soy ice cream. He wanted to watch the 10 commandments video.
I fell asleep on the sofa sweet baby covered me with a blanket.
I am still getting my strength back from last week.


When Dove came home it was like the two of them went a year without saying hi.
They are so close to each other.
Dove came in begging Dash to keep a secrete.
I confronted her that I had heard and asked her of it.
Seams a boy offered to give her a cell phone for $10.
I told her that her father and I would be the ones to meet her needs.
She said not to use just to pretend.
My Christmas gift phone has only $3 left on it and I really do not want to have one unless we could really have one with a good plan. We do not choose to have a big bill for such a thing.
We lived a life when there were no cell phones boy do I miss society it has changed too much.
Folks just gone, gone going gone.

This evening I did Doves nails and she did mine.
I taught her the way to hold the brush.
We spoke of girl things.
I so love being a Mother.

Tomorrow art masters presentations.
Dash to School.
Breathing treatments there.

2 comments:

Denise said...

Take care sweet sis, I love you.

Susie said...

I love those girlie mom moments:-)

Older women likewise teach the younger women...

• how to love their husbands
• how to love their children
• how to be self-controlled
• how to be pure
• how to be keepers at home
• how to be kind and submissive (not subservient) to their own husbands. (See Titus 2:3-5)

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