Dad update: Dad is at a facility that can provide some skilled nursing care for a while while he gets his systems in order (oxygen, blood pressure, etc.), then they can provide physical therapy to help him regain his strength. My sister is out there for a couple more days and my brother will arrive this afternoon. They are amazing. I am going to write some posts because Dad has his laptop and a recliner, so I’d like to provide a bit of content. Love you, Dad!
This week has been AWFUL. I cannot stress that enough. AWFUL. Not just the worry and concern over Dad, but the children. Oh. My. Lands. I recognize that some of this is on me – I need to step up my game and problem-solve some of the behavioral issues, but my guys are driving me batty. One bright spot this week was the Reformation Walk that St. John school put on. Granted, this was a headache for all the teachers – Deborah and Sam included – but they did a great job and it kept my children from clamoring about Halloween for a couple of hours. Thank you.
Three of our preschool classes walked over to tour the ten stations with activities about the Reformation. My class was lucky because we are paired up with the 5th grade class as pen pals, so my supervision was much easier.
I made a video to send to my kids’ parents, but I realize now I didn’t put any background music with it. Oops. Not gonna fix it now.