Friday, February 22, 2008

Family Friday

What a week we had!
Monday started out fun. I went shopping for Ryan. I think it is time to see my grand baby again. I bought lots of clothes for him. Then later that day Dad went to the hospital so we had many trips to visit him. I also had to fix Dad's computer. Thursday our dear friend was admitted too.
Today we had a snow storm.

Hubby been busy today shoveling our driveway, two neighbors and my parents. Hubby is finally over his cold.

Amanda, whom is claustrophobia had some scary moments visiting my dad and using the hopsital elevators. It was nice of her to go visit. She has been to many hospitals and they all come with a story.

Our son was having computer problems and first told me about them today. It was an easy fix so he is back online.

Nikki, Steve and Ryan are doing good. Steve is a firefighter and spent the morning at a fire. I just love including Ryan now. Just typing his name brings a smile to my face.

Yesterday at bible study I was sitting next to a friend who became a grandmother on Monday. Another gal at the table who has been a grandmother for a few years commented that Marie and I still have that new gramma twinkle in our eye.

Dad has his good times and his bad times. This morning he said he should be coming home on Sunday and then this afternoon Mom said somethings have changed and it may be longer till he comes home. Mom is so tired. Dad left my Pastor visit for over an hour and said he could come visit him at home. A true answer to prayer.

“Oh, give thanks to the LORD, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever.”
Psalm 107:1


Denise said...

Wrapping your family in hugs and prayers my friend.

Sharon Brumfield said...

Hahooooo about your Dad and the pastor. How great is our God.
I needed that!
It is good to see some break throughs going on.
Have a good weekend. said...

Hi Sandi, I have the Wii home again and Kelly hooked up the key board for me and I am out visting my friends this evening! I have a new post! I am so happy that your Dad is letting the pastor come and visit him. Praise God! Love and hugs Grams