Friday, July 17, 2009
Well, It's been awhile! You were sitting there and doing what you loved to do best! I haven't had chicken like that in a long time! You see that stare? That's the silent stare I think about often! It's that silent stare that says goodbye, but at that very moment, we don't see it! We enjoyed life with you while you were here! I wish you could have met Ady, but I'm sure you are watching over her....God knows she needs all the watching she can get! Oh, and little E talks to you while sitting on the toilet! Gage misses his fishing and crabbing buddy...but, Dale will have to do for now! God Speed Pa!
At night, when I just can't go anymore, when everyone in the house is asleep except me(because I am the hyper one).......it feels so good just to listen to the "quiet" in the house! The humming of the AC, the dishwasher running, the dog snoring, the ice machine dumping ice........just the stillness or creaking of the walls is so relaxing! Oh, but how life continues while we sleep! I watch ady sleeping and cuddling in my bed....I wonder "are you having good dreams"? Usually, Ethan is lurking around a corner waiting to jump into our little slumber party! Gage is upstairs all by his lonesome and I can hear the T.V. with some cartoon on ............AHHHH, relaxation until morning!
The sparkle, the colors, the beauty of the carousel lures everyone to ride! Nothing is more appealing than a magical horse ride and the music in the background. People old and young still wait in line to ride! Grab your magical horse Gage and Ethan and hold it tight and ride through life!
These are my special moments! The times when I can hold you and watch you sleep! God knows you don't like to be held down! You are always on the go, always on the move! Watch out here comes adyson life....she does not rest often! When I look at your little face I'm amazed at how beautiful you are! Thank you God for my little girl!
Did you meat anyone new today? If you didn't, you didn't venture out and pay attention.....I met an old lady today! Not only was she an old lady, but she was so happy! She had a huge, contagious smile on her face! All I could think of was "what makes this woman so happy"? The question is what makes you happy? Is it a loved one, your children, friends, a co-worker, a cup of coffee, a pet, a bag of chips, a slice of pizza, that special blanket or pillow, the car that you drive? All of these things are part of our everyday lives, but we don't slow down enough to stop, look around, pay attention and really think "what or who has made me happy today"? Oh, and don't forget to thank someone for making your day a little more merrier! Thanks old lady!