More than all of the fun things we did though, it was so nice to spend quality time with someone we love so much.
Sometimes I feel a little lost in the world. Like, who am I? What am I doing here? Does any of it really matter? And then I get to spend a weekend re-connecting with my grandma and am reminded where and who I come from. I tend to make life way more complicated than it needs to be and I realize that some things are just really simple.
I have love and I am loved. And there’s nothing more important than that.
So thanks, Grandma, for reminding me of this simple truth this weekend. Love you!
(If you know my mom – you clearly know I am just kidding. Kind of.)
One thing I must mention, before I go, is how strongly my mom has felt God in this whole process. It’s the one thing she has been saying over & over & it has been amazing to see her calmness with her diagnosis & surgery. She has truly been the anchor keeping our familly together.
Thank you all so much for the prayers, food & support that you’ve given my family and please keep her in your prayers for another couple of weeks, while we wait to find out further treatment.
Some highlights of our trip were:
Literally waking up to this, right outside our cabin window.