While his tube was out he was hungry, but just would not eat. He would cry, struggle and then go to sleep. Rinse and repeat . . . We are disappointed, but not surprised. We really appreciate your continued prayers for Jimmie.
After his tube went back in and he had a good meal, he perked up and had fun hanging out with his Daddy and Mack.
And he rode the 4-wheeler! Well, not really, but don't tell him that.
And now- for Rachael:
Happy Birthday Rachael!
You are the best sister ever.
Even though you ruled the roost, chose the best spot for your bed in our room, had the front of the closet and 5 drawers while I had 4.
You also put yourself in between me and someone annoying. You put your arm around me when I couldn't sleep at night and were my constant companion and playmate.
I was only 14 months old when you were born and my earliest memories are of you. If I had known and understood, your birthday would have been one of the happiest days of my life. I'm sure I was happy- I've been told that I poked you in the eye. Which reminds me of another time I poked you in the eye when we were dancing together. Wait-- I think it was YOU who poked ME in the eye in that duet. Half the time I don't know who did what. Was it me or you? (-:
(Amber and Rachael)
I enjoyed sharing a room for 23 years, sharing a passion for dance and now sharing a business.
(Before a recital with our cousins.)
(Bowing after a show. This was 3 months after Gracie died. Those pink corsages we have on were for her.)
As life has evolved I now enjoy sharing in the joys and sorrows of being a wife and a mother.
Life is so beautiful- especially because you are in it.
I love you,