Yesterday & Today

Yesterday contained visitors!!

Miss Rebecca: Thank you so much for the things for the OffSpring and the Pedicure Gift Certificates for AnnMarie and I. Also? Can’t wait to try the meals. They will certainly be handy on LONG transfusion days. Seeing your smiling face brightened up my day. ♥

Kirista!!!!!!!!!!  Thanks for hangin’ with the OffSpring.  They really enjoyed it and it was fun to watch them with you.  Also?  The laundry detergent, perfect timing.  Willow, thanks for sparing her.  I hope I get to see you sooner or later, too.

Yesterday morning was an off morning.  A little bit of the blues.  Plenty of exhaustion last week caught up with me.  I’ve used my vaccuum at least once each day.  I LOVE it.  It’s made keeping tidy a breeze.  If only laundry & dishes could be streamlined!

Today would be called a wee bit of normal.  The red blood cells that Gregory received on Friday have worked wonders.  Gregory has been so stinkin’ happy, loving and active.  Today he got a haircut, picked out food at the grocery store and we looked at Yarn at JoAnn’s.  (TOO much acryilic for my tastes.  Also, not enough JEWEL tones!)  He fell asleep on the way home and napped, once we were home, for quite some time.  Too long, actually.  It’s nearly 11:00 and he’s still bright eyed and bushy tailed. 

Montessori Lori:  That was some of THE  BEST spaghetti sauce.  EVER.  Everyone scarfed it up, with plenty to stick in the freezer.  Thanks, as always.  From one C-Beast family to another.

Tomorrow work, Tuesday work and blood counts on Wednesday.  I think this is going to be a good week.  Which is great timing, with the other OffSpring off for Spring Break.

I leave you with today in pictures.  See how happy he is?  Also, the haircut made a huge difference.  I can see his gorgeous eyes, again.  Gotta jet.


About Mindi Finch

Living with Magnificence. Kicking Childhood Cancer's Ass.
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3 Responses to Yesterday & Today

  1. Carlos says:

    This one sounds like a refirsheng read.My saying in life goes: “I’m not quitting, resting or keeping the status quo unless I’m six feet under.” I believe it is never to late to get moving and shaking in life. This book sounds like a journey worth writing and reading!!=)great review!!

  2. Lina says:

    MiaSo I read it!!! And OMG!!!!!!! The best one for me definitely I was cieerhng for Jere all the way in the first two books and everything but for the first time I saw how Conrad felt and I started to sympathize with him too. I dont know what I would do if I was in Belly’s position and I think I wouldnt be able to choose between the two of them now when I see the full picture. I cried, I laughed, and I cant believe that it all over now. You told that I’ll like the ending and I admitt that you were right. It ended the best way it was supose to end. I recommend this book with all my heart .P.s no spoilers 😀

  3. We’ve arrived at the end of the line and I have what I need!

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