Thursday, July 24, 2008

Random thoughts

So today I went to work and it was great to get out and be with my friends and co-workers. Sylvie was nervous about being alone with mom but she was fine and there were no problems at all.

Alex loves to spend time with grandma and these are precious memories that he is making now and can never be taken away from him...he will always remember these special times he spent with his grandma, no matter what happens.

I was so happy to see mom pick up her knitting yesterday that I just had to snap a photo to remember it, knitting is something that she always loves and enjoys and it is very therapeutic for her as well.

And lastly for tonight, a picture of the little dog that is driving me crazy but loves mom unconditionally and no matter what I'm glad that she is here....even with the barking.


Angela said...

aaawww Pookie.. she's cute when she stops barking! haha What a difference since the last time i was over, everything looks amazing. It was great seeing part of the gang, but i'd still love to see Alex and Jesse. If you need anything, don't hesitate to ask, ill be around the corner..

Anonymous said...

so good to see my cousin knitting

and being with her grand son she

most be very happy, tell her I

love her.

my prayers are with you all

love Madeleine

ScrapnKel said...

I've enjoyed catching up on your blog Linda! What a wonderful thing you are doing for your Mom! I love the photos and the updates. Continue to think of you and pray for your mom. Hugs!

Anonymous said...

Hi Linda,
It is great seeing pictures of Denise, thanks! What a comfort to know she is back on Long Island with you and your family. If you don't mind, Kaylee and I would like to have your address to continue to send cards and pictures to Denise.
Julie and Kaylee Wynkoop

Anonymous said...

Being at your home is the best therapy your mom could receive Lin. Alex is probably the best therapist there is!! :)

I'm so glad to see she is doing well. Pookie is cute as a button...hmmmmm... wouldn't it be nice if she had a "mute" button too? ;)


Just A Scrappy Gal said...

Your Alex is one of a amazing young boy!!! I'm so glad he is able to make these lifelong memories.