Just a quick update - DC's procedure was at 3:30 (see yesterday's post). He was home by 4:30, not too much worse for the wear. He didn't seem to suffer any pain, but it wasn't fun in any sense of that word. Now the waiting game begins for the results sometime next week. I know he has anxiety, since my brother went through this exactly two years ago and it was cancer. Brother's doing great, by the way!
DC came home at noon to prepare himself mentally for the ordeal, I believe. Feisty had the chance to play with Grandpa all by herself for quite awhile, and it was fun to watch. It kept his mind occupied in a very positive way. She wondered where he went, so we told her he had to go to the doctor. The look of concern on her little face when he got home and she looked up at him and said, "Are you okay, Grandpa?" would melt the heart of anyone who has one.
A chinook wind is blowing today (a warm, dry wind that blows at intervals down the eastern slopes of the Rocky Mountains). Really blowing. It was 47 degrees this morning, as opposed to 5 degrees yesterday. Here's hoping for some more melting!
We'll have the kiddoes this week-end as Kristen and Mike celebrate their 5th anniversary. Care Bear can hardly wait for the sleep-over. We hope to take them swimming out at Great Grandma C's place - she is in assisted living, but still gets to use all the amenities. She loves to get in the water with them at age 88.
I will be a great-aunt again today. Chad and Amanda will have a boy today to join sweet Ella. The name is still up in the air, so we're anxious to hear what they decide. That will make my 13 on my side of the family and 8 on DC's side. All adorable, of course.
I must get busy on those blasted gpa calculations! Have a wonderful Friday.