February 17, 2014

Healthcare Visitors, V-Day and Snow Day!

Frost on one of the windows.
It's been a little over three weeks since my last post. And believe me, I've been trying to fit in the time to blog, but by the end of the day, I would get so tired that all I wanted to do was go to bed. I apologize to all of you who have been waiting for new posts and updates on Grandma H. So, I'll just jump right in and give y'all all the news on what's been going on here.

~ Grandma H's insurance finally kicked in on February 1st and so we've been busy with health related visits. It's been nice to have a physician and his assistant, an RN, a Home-health Aid, and a physical therapist come to our home to see Grandma H for all of her healthcare needs. Soon, we'll have a speech therapist that will come regularly as well.

~ On Valentine's Day we (Mr. G, Grandma H, and I) went out to a Mexican restaurant for lunch. Grandma H had one of their delicious fish and veggie soup (with Mexican rice and toasted bread on the side) and she seemed to have really enjoyed them. A funny thing I should mention is that whenever the waiter (nice man, probably in his late 20s or early 30s) would come to our table to check up on us, Grandma H would cover her mouth and laughed as if she's shy or embarrassed). I have to admit, I found her actions (or, reaction to the waiter) quite amusing.

Making foot prints in the snow.
~ A couple of weeks ago, we got a little bit of snow. It lasted about a day. I was actually delighted to see the ground covered in white because it reminded me of the Pacific Northwest (my hometown) during this time of year. From what I've been told, to have snow in central Texas is a rarity. I was thrilled and happily welcomed this type of oddity here in my neck of the woods. Needless to say, I whipped out my camera and took plenty of pictures. When Miss M got home from school, the first thing she wanted to do was play in the snow (what was left of it anyway). I was happy to give her permission to do so, and snapped a few pictures of Miss M and her fun time. Hope y'all enjoy the pictures.

Flower designs from the bottom of Miss M's shoes.

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