Note to self: listen to God. He knows better.
I packed up her lunch today. Shane made me laugh:
"I just can't help notice the juxtaposition of these lunches," he started. Because of the strawberry cake post, he likes to play with juxtaposition--as if it is my word. "Look at the care you packed Erin's lunch ... and then look at my lonely sandwich in a corner. The bread doesn't even line up. You didn't take a picture of that!"
I laughed and grabbed my camera.
|Shane's sad sandwich|
|the stickers I got for Erin|
|she was so excited|
|she is so awesome|
A friend texted, "She'll be home with you tomorrow."
Lanie held my hand at the table and we prayed, and I cried. This was actually such a beautiful moment with my girl--and her request.
Thankful for this sweet opportunity to have a year with Lanie. For doors God has opened for us. We talked about what we're looking forward to, and laughed at funny faces we make.
So, here we go. Day 2, done.