Saturday, November 22, 2014

Time travel

Went to our local elementary school to watch my boss' son in the Wizard of OZ. Saw the multiple intelligence plaque my 22 year old made when she was 12 years old -- ten years ago. Great play. Blessed memories.


Life is like stained glass. There is a basic pattern but we don't always know where the lines go. But as we move forward, little by little it unfolds.

Friday, November 21, 2014

I'm A Proud Momma

You. Go. Girl.

Why having friends is so wonderful.

It is school play season. Out of seven opportunities we can make five performances. Missing two due to conflicting schedules.

Last Sunday my niece.
Last night my Mrs Cella's son. My dear friend, your son lights up the stage. His performance warmed my heart. The pleasure was mine to attend.

Tonight Maddy's play at the high school, A Midsummer Nights Dream.

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Where has the time gone?

I love this picture of my Grandmother and my daughter. Now through time past two beautiful women. Two beautiful smiles.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Life's Lessons

So many of life's lessons become crystal clear when cancer comes into play.

Funny how that is.

Day 3 of many. Chemo. Radiation. Doctors appointment. Remember when our days were too busy for a quick check in phone call? Boy are they busy now.

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Do you know where your dad is?

It's 5:30AM on Day 2 of many. He is kissing my mom good bye and getting into the car to drive into the big city for his treatment.

Monday, November 17, 2014

God Wastes Nothing

Dad's chemo and radiation start today. 7 AM appointments. Five days a week. For countless weeks. Prayers your way Dad. And to all those surviving cancer.

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Karma Go Round

Drove to Connecticut to see my niece in a play. Realized I bought a ticket for last weekend by accident. The show sold out. My niece called the University's President's wife to see if they were using their reserved seats for the performance. They weren't.
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.