Oh my goodness. I will be so glad when school is out. I have so much stuff going on. The end of school gets so crazy anyways. I believe I have 2 or 3 more real teaching days where our schedules aren't completely abnormal... and one of those is today. We have 9 1/2 more school days. It's going to be wild.
I am so happy to report that Mom has been doing much better!!
We are going to all go and eat dinner at my grandparents. I have a special gift I am making for her. I am going to try to finish it in the morning so I can give it to her tomorrow.
This will be my first ever blog
so here it is!
[FONT=FreeSans, sans-serif][COLOR=Blue][SIZE=3] .. My mom and dad were just below middle class America, in financial status, but I learned a great many lessons of life, at their hands. The greatest lesson I ever learned was never told by my mother and she loved to embarrass me with odd tales from my youth, but the greatest lesson I ever learned was a matter of deep shame to her and
This is a day I will never forget. And you know me, of course I took pictures too.
Yesterday (4-30) morning, before work, I dropped off some Bible studies for mom, but I didn't get to talk to her as it was early in the morning and she was still sleeping.
I called her in the afternoon as I was coming home from work like I do everyday. I could tell from the sound of her voice she sounded like she was having a good day. She indeed said she felt a bit queasy, but thanks