Saturday, May 15, 2010

all is well

My daughter Becky should be home from the hospital soon, her surgery went well. Next the mourning for what was and will never be again, she had a lot of good cries last night. They weighed the breast and it was seven and a half pounds! I knew it was close to ten. Like she said jokingly she was looking forward to getting "alot off her chest".
When I talked to her on the phone this morning I asked her how in the world did she ever get anything done with a two year old and 5mon. old! I did manage to get us all clean and fed by eleven. Is that good? And to think I raised six! Todays is Becky's Abbie's birthday, we hope to go to the movies this afternoon. I guess on the way home from the hospital they are picking up a new kitty for the children. They had promised them one when they moved in to their house, so how wonderful of them to realize what a good time it would be to bring one home. My children are so wise in so many things.Well........baby calls! Happy Day to you all!

12 comments:

  1. As I weeded and planted this morning I thought of you and your daughter and prayed for her recovery. I've just come in for lunch to find your post - so glad I checked. Along with the mourning comes the healing and the looking forward - helped by those busy little ones!

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  2. Oh Linda. God bless Becky and all of you - she is so brave. Glad the surgery is over for her and everything went well. Great idea to get a kitty for the children - a little animal to love. Take care . Love Molly xx

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  3. That's so sweet. We've been promising to get rid of the bunny. That's what kind of mean, mean parents we are....but we might be moving, right?

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  4. Linda, I'm back from my trip and we have a delightful new little baby girl named Kyra! I'm so sorry to hear about what happened to your daughter. Life is unkind sometimes.....
    Will have to catch up on everything now.

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  5. I have the best family and friends in the whole wide world and YES I am crying while reading my mom's post and while writing this reply.

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  6. your words and caring comfort me, thank-you!

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  7. My very best wishes to all of you. Not an easy time.

    Bisou, Cro.

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  8. Susan in Dulwich16 May, 2010 13:51

    Hi Linda, very sorry to hear about your daughter's illness. I was very touched by your mothers' day post. My thoughts are with you and all of your family as you make your way to the other side of this sad time.
    Kindest regards,
    Susan (London, UK)

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  9. thank-you Susan, very kind of you. Looking forward to getting to that other side. Love Linda

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  10. Hello to my beautiful friend, Linda and her beautiful daughter, Becky. You both have always had a special place in my heart and life, and I've been carrying you near my thoughts for a couple of weeks lately. Becky, I'm so glad you've pulled through this surgery like a trooper! There's so much we all can be thankful for, and YOU are among those things!! May God bless you abundantly (& the new kitty). Love! Candy

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  12. Hi! I'm behind you.
    Good luck!

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