back over the past few weeks and learns that, like so many other life milestones, time will be marked off as “before Dad’s diagnosis” and “after Dad’s diagnosis”. None of us really knows for sure what we’re facing in the next few months, all of us are going to have to be a little more flexible, more patient, more compassionate, with a little more strength and wisdom thrown in for good measure. At the moment, however, I’m not looking past Monday, he has an appointment then for planning and measurements for treatment to get started.
Am looking so forward to tomorrow, a day all to myself. I’m going to knit, read and maybe nap. Think tranquil, restful and totally mine. No To Do List for me, not tomorrow. Maybe a Not To Do List. Never thought of that.
Ran across this image while surfing the net and thought it was funny.
A little yarn humor.
I learned much from my teachers, more from my books and most from my mistakes. Anonymous