Rest, peaceful rest. If you need to reach me, try finding me out back on the hammock. But please, please don't make me get up to greet you at the front door ... just mosey 'round back, tip-toe if need be. If my eyes are shut, wait a spell; I'm recharging my batteries.
One thing I do a lot of is GET UP AND DOWN. There's not much time during the day to sit a spell and ponder life with a special needs child at home ... and a "needy" pooch. I did find my hammock last week ... so I'm off to search for the hooks (somewhere in the garage) .
This morning my parents headed out of town on their way to Wyoming. My oldest son left last week. Now it's time to settle back into a rhythmic pattern, one that will re-establish Nathan's need for routine. The ebb and flow of life ... it gives a person balance and brings one back to earth.
"Six days you shall labor, but on the seventh day you shall rest; even during the plowing season and harvest you must rest."