Things are back to some semblance of “normal”. The big invoices have come in (with still a few “out” there). I’m feeling much better (ah yes, this is health, and hunger, give me food I’m starving). Unfortunately I was unable to do all the things I planned this week pertaining to Sonya’s birthday and I hate that. I couldn’t plan anything, or make anything, but we managed to get out for the evening — went to The Dubliner and then to Joseph Beth Bookstore and read each other some children’s books. I hope it was enjoyable (I know it wasn’t everything she wanted, and disappointment, and I’m sorry for that).
But thank you to all our friends and family who have supported us and been more generous than I could have ever imagined. I humbly have only my gracious thanks to offer, and that I would do the same for you all. I love you all.
If nothing else I have learned the value of community – the outstretched arm which makes up “the body”, the unity of believers, and the unconditional outpouring of so many (that I never would ask or expect). I’m awed by the compassion, humbled by the love, thankful for knowledge that we\’re not alone.