"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Sunday, January 24, 2010

Back In Business ...

... finally. It's been ever so long since I had a working computer at home. After much fuss, my new laptop is up and running. Hip, hip, hooray! Thank you son-in-law, Ryan, for helping get us up and running.

I'm way over my meltdown in the last post. This week has seen some positive changes! Nathan has matured leaps and bounds and is blessing my socks off by getting himself ready for bed all by himself! That's right! A big step towards his independence. All I have to do is check his teeth, which he readily allows me to do without asking him. We used to fight tooth and nail to get this night time routine going. My evenings are taking on a more relaxing tone. He's venturing out more and more from the safety of his room ... and has re-established his morning school routine which had gone by the wayside during the Christmas break.

I think life is getting rosy. Maybe it's my glasses;)

6 comments:

Margie said...

YEAH NATHAN!!!

Maybe its all the prayers that are being lifted up on your behalf :)

Crown of Beauty said...

It's going to be a great year, for you my dear Mrs. Mac. I prayed for you just now...that the new season you are about to enter in will bring you so much joy in seeing many answers to your unspoken prayers.

Love
Lidj

Felisol said...

Dear Mrs. Mac,
Ora et labora. Work and pray. We hardly can imagine the patience, love and stamina it takes to learn new routines and let go of all kinds of "security blankets". Our heavenly father knows; he's had a hard work with me, and still I'm but a work under construction.
I hope for progress and happiness for all the members of the Mac family.
You sure do deserve it.
From Felisol

therextras said...

Can I just reiterate the comments of the other fine ladies? What's the word? Oh! ditto!

Barbara

Amrita said...

Hi Mrs Mac, so glad you got a new computer and that Nathan is doing well

Jada's Gigi said...

Hallelujah! I know you are thrilled! way to go, Nathan!