Wednesday, August 23, 2006

Jovey and I got an opportunity to go and help my mom and dad, mostly mom, do some organizing and throwing away of some stuff before they prepare to move in the future, due to their retirement. Jovey was a sweet granddaughter and kept them smiling the whole 3 days. As we met Joshua, my husband, at Frisch's so that he could pick me up instead of making the long drive to Maysville, she ate her meal very well and in the middle, put down her cheeseburger, put her hands beside her ears, straight up in the air, and said, "I a rabbit, mommy!" We all just sat there, since she had never done that before and to think what had gone through her mind to spark such a dramatic monologue, we had no clue. Whatever it was, it was super cute, I must say. Sometimes, I believe that God whispers in the ears of children, just as he does us, but either the message gets lost in translation or it goes in just like it should and achieves just what He wants, it makes us smile and appreciate the life that He gives us all.

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