Yesterday I took Maggie to Walter Reed for her doctor's appt. We were both nervous. Just getting a parking space took 20 minutes...and we were fearful that the doctor wouldn't be there (that's been known to happen). The good thing about military medicine is that there is a rule about not waiting more than 20 minutes in the waiting room. Nice rule!
The doctor looked at all of Maggie's latest round of MRIs and scans, and she has made us hopeful. Of course, Maggie has a new order for additional MRIs. But we are thankful that things seem to be going forward now. Thank you for all your prayers. The difference in Maggie's emotional well-being is wonderful!
This past week we got two free lawnmowers! Meet Billy and Nanny, our new goats. (I warned you before about our original names!)
My children have fallen in love with them...especially now that Sarah has trained them to walk when told. Wish I could've seen that training! Now they whine every time the girls walk out the door hoping to go for a walk.This past winter I bought this candlestick for 25 cents at the thrift shop. I had fun spraypainting it white. I had envisioned it sitting on my kitchen table with all my white chairs...but that was before I decided not to paint my chairs. Oh well. It was still fun to do. Here's a close-up.
I finally bought 8 chairs at the flea market and thrift shops. Each person has his/her favorite chair, so it's nice. But you can see how my new candlestick doesn't really fit.