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Monday, March 26, 2007

A David Moment - Saying Goodbye

My in-laws have not been fairing too well health wise as of late. So they have not been over for Saturday visits to see David. In fact the last time my mother-in-law came over she took a small fall at the doorway as Maggie rushed to greet her, put a cut in her leg, and Paul had to take her to a walk-in medicenter for stitches as the emergency room at the local hospital was overcrowded. Then sometime after that she got sick, had pneumonia, was in the hospital, and then home recovering. My father-in-law had in an infection in his leg with swelling and he spent time in and out of the hospital too. All this brings me to the "David Moment". Last week Paul took David to see his parents. When it was time to leave Paul reminded David to be careful as he said goodbye. (David is know for giving very hard hugs!) So as they headed to the door David went over to his Grandma and gently tapped her on the shoulder and then turned to his Grandfather and did the same. Just his way of saying bye, love and hugs....

Copyright © 2007 Deborah Sharp Loeb



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