Things are looking so much better around here.
Yesterday it had progressed to–”I might not actually die.”
And today, we are thinking about driving the car and getting out of the house.
So we are on the mend.
Well, you know, until we have to have the other kidney done.
(But we are not really talking about that right now).
Andy did get to see Max and Gabe’s baseball game last night.
Max, who is one of the babies on the team, had his pitching debut last night.
I know this video will mean very little to anyone who doesn’t know Max.
And you can’t see his face–which is such a bummer–because he is basically giggling the whole time.
He cannot contain himself.
It was a perfect night too for baseball.
Thank you, Weather in Washington, for being so fantastic right now.
And a couple brilliant links for you today. Love these.
?”If there is one thing we’re hoping to succeed at as parents, it is teaching our children that a total understanding of all things God, faith, and theology isn’t the key to a full life with Jesus.
We want our children to know that their sufficient certainty and “rightness” is not what saves them.” (Livesays)
“So I pulled out a my figurative checkbook, and wrote a check to my daughter. The cost? My pride.”