Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Two of his favorites

Connor loves the two red items in the above photo. His boots and wheelbarrow. Everyday when he comes home, the first thing he does is put on his "work" boots! He LOVES to play outside and he will not got out without them because they can get muddy! The wheelbarrow was a present from Grandma and Grandpa for Christmas and he loves to tote it around. He follows daddy while mowing the grass picking up leaves and sticks for him, fills it up with water and sand and also hauls grass and dirt for us. He is such an AWESOME helper!!!

I need to buy another pair of boots while they are still out because the day that these need to retire will be tragic...I think there may be a hole in one as his feet have been a little when after taking them off.

I had my injection yesterday and it was not the most pleasant experience I've had to say the least. I did sleep all night, which was a first in a LONG TIME. Today was trying once again, my range of movement seems to be a bit better. Lets hope it continues to get better.

Monday, July 20, 2009


I'm updating my blog with pictures!!!! We have been super busy lately and I've not been feeling very well with my herniated disc...the pain gets worse everyday and I am to start with injections tomorrow. I pray that it will work without surgery. I can't believe July is almost over, the summer is FLYING by...we have not spent much time in the pool because it hurts to get in and out of the pool, so I find no relief from it. We are on vacation in two weeks and as of right now, we are not going anywhere. If all goes well and I can sit in the car, we may go to Myrtle Beach. Not sure at this point!!!

As most of you know, my grandmother passed away last month and lately, I've had some really intense questions from Connor about Grandma. He wants to know how she got to Heaven, what God eats, is she really okay and can she talk again? He also told me that God was his favorite "guy" because he is taking care of Great-Grandma. The one thing he said that blew me off my feet was that he said, when he is a great-grandpa, he will go to Heaven too....the though process of the child and where his mond goes! He is asking all of the questions that we as adults have about death and are unsure of the answers.