Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Normal day

We decided to get our Bible study chapter finished early this morning before getting on with the day. Katy was feeling well all day. She is getting focused on school, and needed to have a computer that would run Windows Vista. We went to Office Max to pick up her new computer and saw a friend while we were out. We got home and found that Paul had tiled the top of her office desk and got it all ready for the new computer. Right now, Katy and Paul Burton are in her little office transferring files and working on downloading software. The dog is at my feet and Paul and I are on the laptops just enjoying some down-time. Our normal day was so delightful. It was all so normal that Katy and I stopped to thank God several times throughout the day.

Tomorrow is a follow up appointment with her new doctor, and a check of her sinuses. And maybe it will be another wonderful, normal, day! We are grateful people.

Comments:
  1. Lillian Oliveira Says:

    Yes, thank God for - I think its THREE normal days. Now you all get catch your breaths and get ready for Quavah to come! What fun! Great to talk on the phone last night, Katy, Paul, Dawn. Love you guys, Aunt Lil

  2. Jennifer S. :-) Says:

    Praise God! :-) I’m thankful to hear these good tidings. :)
    Love and prayers,
    Jen :-)

  3. Karen Tillman Says:

    PTL for normal days. I am truly thankful, and hope Katy will contine to see more and more “normal” days as possible.
    Love always
    Karen Tillman

  4. Jes Says:

    We are rejoicing in the normal days as well! I’m glad that you all were able to run errands and prepare for the college days ahead!! :)

    We are quickly adjusting to our new normal - Isaiah is a sweetie. He sleeps well and eats like a champ! Noah and Lydia have really taken to him - they love to give him kisses and hugs…and everyone is amazingly gentle - it’s such a blessing!

    Love ya!
    Jess

  5. Heather Kirkwood Says:

    I hope you had a great doc. visit today - and another normal day with many, many, many more to come.

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