Thank you all for your messages and calls. Clint was taken to the ER yesterday around 10:30 am. His right arm and right side of his face were nomb, he also had blurry vision on his right eye. They did two CAT Scan and came back ok. They did not find anything wrong but couldn't explain why the nombness and blurry vision. In case you didn't know Clint had a AVM (Brain Vascular Malformation) removed ten years ago. They told him he would never have problems with his brain agan. He's been feeling good and back to normal since 2:00 pm yesterday but they kept us in the hospital for a lot longer. We are going to schedule an appointment with his nerologist as soon as possible.
We Will keep you posted.
Thank you again, and keep us in your prayers.
Does anybody have some good news that would like to share with me? I really need to hear some.
I really enjoyed the lesson last night. I love when the preachers talk about values, discipline and how important it is to teach our kids about God. Those are every day concerns! Honestly, I think about it a lot. I did not grow up in Church, I had no idea why Jesus Christ had died until I was…16? So, my first reaction was.. I want to be baptized!
I was so blessed to to spend my first christian years in a wonderful congregation in Monterrey, wonderful christian friends that help me to stay strong.
I pray God to help me to be a good mother and to teach my kids with actions and words about his son and how much he loved us that he gave his life to save us.
This is going to be an awesome week. I am looking forward to each lesson!
When I was a kid I always saw my guelita (grandma) talking to her plants. She had tons and tons and I loved watering the plants with her. Every third night. I guess that’s why I love them so much, they remind me the good times of my childhood at my guelita’s patio.
Any way. I got a baby Aloe from Kendra back in June, so small and pretty. I kept it in our apartment. Even when Kendra told me “Don’t water it too much, it doesn’t need water”... I think I drowned it. It turned sad and brown, in a couple of weeks it was dead. I didn’t know what to do so I just leave it alone. It made me sad every time I looked at it. No plant had died on me before, and this one wasn’t even high maintenance! But I did not give up on it.
When we moved to our house I took the little aloe with me, and I started talking to her on the way to the house. I told her she was going to be happy in the back yard and she was going to have friends and that I hope she’d get better soon (yes, I was talking to the plant). Clint was looking at me with a weird face. He must think I am crazy. I set the aloe in a special place in the patio wondering what can I do to save the little plant.
The next morning we ate breakfast at our the patio and… there she was!!! All green and happy LOL. Clint was laughing his head off, he could not believe it. I told him, I just needed to talk to her and tell her, it is going to be ok little Aloe.
We finally got all our stuff out of the apartment...Yay!!
Now they’re all in the garage but at least closer to the house right?
We are trying to get the kitchen and the office ready this weekend. I can’t wait to start unpacking all the presents from our showers, I am so excited!
I miss cooking sooo much. How some people do to go through long periods without eating homemade food?? I have two weeks eating out and I am sick of it. I don’t want to eat anymore. And it is e-x-p-e-n-s-i-v-e. I know some people that go to Whataburger for breakfast and sonic for lunch, every day! : p
Oh, well I hope everything goes back to normal soon. I actually think I’ve gained a couple of pounds. I need to exercise, I know. Well, that’s a different story.
Looking forward to Saturday. I hope I can sleep in at least until 10:00am. I am not ambitious.
Have a wonderful weekend!