Butterfly Kisses & Bedtime Prayers

"Butterfly Kisses after bedtime prayer. Stickn' little white flowers all up in her hair. Oh with all that I've done wrong, I must have done something right. To deserve a hug every morning and butterfly kisses at night". *** For parents of children with diabetes and adults who are living with Type 1 diabetes. We are looking to share stories, ideas, concerns, and laughter.***

Tuesday, February 28, 2006

We're home finally!

Long journey ended we are now home in Florida. It was fun but I am so glad to be home. Now the real work begins. Unpacking is just a small part. We have doctors to secure, jobs, VA claims, surgery for Dave. Just so much its all hard to think of. I may be out on my balcony more than I imagined.

It was nice to visit our families BUT we have been away for a long time. It is hard to go back. Rhode Island defnately was no longer home. Being in the house for 10 days with my parents was nice but rough. Beleive it or not they go to bed way too late!!! We are so sleep deprived. For senior citizens they sure need an earlier bed time. The girls got to see both sets of grandparents. Now they are set for awhile.

Well home to reality. We will plough through each "task" until we are truly settled. #1 on list. Go to grocery store.... Need food, paper goods, BOTTLE of WINE (most important).....

Through all this we found diabetes didn't slow us or Carylanne a bit. We had a few days with the ups and downs of high numbers. But no real lows and no terrible highs. But lots of fun and memories. That is what matters most!


  • At 11:56 AM HST, Blogger bethany said…

    Congrats! And good luck with getting settled and everything. This is an awesome new start, I'm so happy for you guys! Keep us posted!


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