One Big Adventure
An opportunity to log in some of the thoughts and activities of our homeschooling family of eight. We love books and good food and aspire to a Christ-centered, multi-generational, agrarian life.

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Busy hospital day

James' g-tube site showed significant improvement today. Even this morning it looked much better than it did when we went to bed last night. He is quite his perky little self!

Our biggest challenge is splitting up to have an opportunity to eat since he isn't supposed to have anything by mouth. We are getting that figured out.

This morning we went to the AFLAC Bingo in one of the conference rooms. James won a slinky, the book, _Green Eggs and Ham_, and a Nerf football. He was much more interested in the football than the last round of Bingo, so we decided to head up to the library to check out the camera. Our hope was to get some more pictures (the garden in beautiful and the weather today was the just incredible!) and then go back up and get help posting them onto the blog here.

On our way to the garden, we met some new friends, Adam and Allison and their two-year-old daughter, Lacey (I hope I'm spelling these right). Lacey is a beautiful little girl with Down syndrome. She has heart issues and feeding issues and is very petite. It was fun to watch James and Lacy interact.

We got some time in the garden and then had to run back upstairs when one of James' IV lines disconnected. It was easy to fix and then we were on our way. By the time we made it back to the library, the computers were all in use and James was in desperate need of a nap.

I have been trying other computers to see if I can post some pictures on the blog, all to no avail. I will not give up! ;*)...

We are very much looking forward to the family's visit tomorrow. We heard they accomplished quite a bit at the house today, PTL!

Hope you have a restful, worshipful Lord's day! Thanks for stopping by.

Love, Stephanie

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