It's another beautiful day where I am, and that's not in Manitoba.
I'm at my daughter's house again, not for a fun visit this time. But rather, to help her with the children.
At one time, I blogged about my oldest daughter, Carolyn, who had cancer when she was sixteen. She had to have her left femur and knee replaced with a medal rod and an artificial knee.
A piece in her knee has broken, and she's on crutches at the moment. But she is slated for surgery on Tuesday.
So I'm here to look after her two, (eight year old girl and five year old extremely active boy), and to take care of the house until she's back on her feet. Otherwise her husband would need to do it, and it's important that he is able to work, of course.
That could be several weeks, but that's what a mom is for, is it not?
(Her house is so pretty, I enjoy helping her with it. I love the ticking on her couch.)
And of course I love all of them, so it truly is my pleasure.
That's what being a mom is all about.
I won't be around here for a very long time, though, as it's nearly impossible to spend time on the internet.
I'm exhausted by the time evening arrives and there is no stopping all day long.
I will try to come around and say hello to those who leave me a comment today. Other than that, I'm on break.
I would appreciate it if you could remember Carolyn in prayer on Tuesday, June the 26th.
Have a wonderful summer, my friends.
And thanks so much for all of your sweet comments.