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Saturday, June 30, 2012

UPDATE

Thanks so much my friends for praying for my daughter.
Her operation went well, but she has been dealing with a lot of nausea after the fact. She came home two days ago, and I've been finding a lot of things that the kids and I can do away from the house right now.
We started out at a school track at 9:00 this morning and I was able to walk around it for three quarters of an hour. It was wonderful!
We've been to every park in town and eaten out a few times. The kids are loving that! 
Things should get better from here on out.
Thanks again for praying for her and for your kind words, they mean a lot.



A friend of my daughter's lives in a log house. 
It's so pretty.
We visited there one day this week.






It's rugged looking from the outside and
the inside is comfy and homey looking.

Thank you again for your kind words and prayer!
I haven't been around to visit anyone, I don't know how moms of young children blog, it's impossible for me these days.

Have a good weekend.

Hugs, Cindy

39 comments:

Susan in SC said...

So glad your daughter is doing well!

It's me said...

What a good news Cindy !!!...praise the Lord......love Ria....xxx..

Faye Henry said...

So glad all is going well and so nice to hear from you, Cindy..
Does your daughter live in Canada.. I forget.. smile..
oxox

Angie@Echoes of Laughter said...

So glad to hear that your daughter's surgery went well Cindy! Sounds like you are having an awesome time with the grandchildren! Happy Canada Day! Angie xo

Rebecca said...

Happy to hear the surgery went well...and I'm totally understanding the challenges (and joys) of keeping up with the grandchildren :)

I can imagine the blessings of this are reciprocal, and I can imagine that you go to bed TIRED!

Tanna at The Brick Street Bungalow said...

So glad to hear your daughter is home and doing well!! You are so right about the kiddos keeping you on the run!! LOL! I come home exhausted after a visit with my Little Men. blessings ~ tanna

camp and cottage living said...

Cindy
I just caught up with you!
I'm so sorry to hear about the trouble your daughter has had-I will pray for a quick recovery!
It's great you are able to be there for her.
Oh my, we do get tired more easily at our age, don't we? But I'm sure you're making wondeful memories with your g'children now.
And that log home is gorgeous-all rustic with it's wooden shakers. I'd love to see the inside, as well.
Your daughters home reminds me of yours.What a compliment to your style design. And I have those same bird pictures that she has on her armoire. I need to display them like she has-so pretty!
Have a Happy Canada Day tomorrow!

Betty said...

Dear Cindy,
I can imagine how tired you must feel. It's a full time job keeping children happy and occupied, especially the very active ones! You are doing a great job.
So glad to know that your daughter's operation went well, but know how debilitating nausea can be. Hope she starts to come good soon.
Happy Canada Day to you and yours Cindy. Hope you can celebrate in some small way.
Betty

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! Oh, I'm so glad your daughter's surgery went well and I pray her nausea will pass soon! You're a great grandmother and I know you're making so many great memories for your little grans. Your daughter's friends home is so charming and looks like a beautiful view too. You'll be coming home soon? Be safe and gets lots of rest!
Happy Canada Day! I may have missed it by a day. ;)
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Ann from On Sutton Place said...

So glad to hear from you. Good news about your daughter!

Pondside said...

I'm glad to hear that things have gone well with your daughter's surgery and that you're now enjoying spending time with the kids.

Bluebells and Lavender said...

Hi Cindy really glad to hear your daughter is doing well. A bit of peace and quiet always does the trick. Even without young children it's difficult to blog all the time. I love this log house. A real prairie looking house... Take care Sharon x

cuori e perline said...

Good news about your daughter!
A big hug
Annamaria

Anne said...

Big hugs to both of you. So happy that everything is going well. Don't work too hard Cindy!

xox

Elizabeth (Blue Clear Sky) said...

Happy Canada Day!

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Cindy, I'm glad your daughter is recuperating at home and hope the nausea is wearing off now. The log house is very pretty and cozy looking. Take care and I hope you don't get worn out chasing those younguns around. Hugs, Pam

Greet Lefèvre said...

Cindy,
I do hope everything is going well with your daughter and I do hope you feels ok!!
This is indeed a very beautiful house of your daughter's friend!
Take care sweet friend!
xx
Greet

Carol said...

Good to know the update. I have been praying for Carolyn and now I know how to continue.

Gail said...

That's wonderful news Cindy! So glad to hear that she's on the mends. You and your family will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Happy Canada Day to you, Gail

❁Velma ~Down Our Country Road❁ said...

Thank you for the update on your daughter. Knowing that her children are being well cared for and kept busy will help her recovery go so much better. What a blessing that you are able to be there for her and the family.
I love that log home. Very charming. We lived in a log home for years but I'm sure this one looks MUCH nicer. Ours was extremely rugged and not built very well but it was home. :)

Corn in my Coffee-Pot said...

Hi Cindy, glad to hear that your daughter is getting better. Hope the nausea subsides...and she recovers quickly.
Glad to see you're getting some exercise and enjoyment with the grands! I don't know how people with little ones blog either...I have my grands here almost everyday (at least one of them) and I stay busy.
I tell you... it seems like the rest of the house goes to pot!
anyway, that log cabin looks nice. That scenery out the pasture way...reminds me of here!
It would be interesting to see the inside... I bet it is comfortable!

take care, and post when you can.
Continued prayers for your daughter.

blessings, Pat

oldthings said...

Dear Cindy
Very good news for your daughter. I hope she recover quickly and you can rest a while.
Have a nice week
Olympia

Sheila said...

your grandchildren must be loving all the days they are spending with you Cindy. I'm glad to hear that your daughter's operation went well and hope that she's feeling better soon.

Nancy said...

Hello Sweet Cindy!

Yes, what are mothers for? You are a special mom and I'm sure your daughter and her family appreciate your help so much! I'm sorry she had to have surgery, but thankful it went well. I will pray that her recovery is swift. Take care!

Love,
Nancy

RicKaren said...

Glad your daughter is doing better! I am sure she appreciates your help--I also know that as a young mommy it is so hard not to be able to do for yourself! Thinking of you all!

Brittany said...

So glad your daughter's surgery went well, hoping the nausea passes quickly!

Ana said...

You are the sweetest mom and grandma. I' m sure your daughter will fully recover in no time with all the help you have given her. Bless you my dear friend. Sending you lots of hugs.

Much love,
❤Ana

Linda @ Itsy Bits And Pieces said...

I missed the post about your daughter's surgery, Cindy! I'm glad it was a success and I will pray for a quick recovery! So good you could go to be with her and the family. The log home there is beautiful with a wonderful view! Thanks for stopping by my blog!

anangloinquebec said...

Hi Cindy, I am so glad that the surgery went well. No question about it, we do for our children what is needed without question. The little ones are surely enjoying time with you. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. Take care of yourself too Cindy.

Shannon @ Cozy Home Scenes said...

I've always enjoyed the cozy feeling of a log home. I bet it's really pretty inside. Don't worry about getting back to everyone. Your family is most important, and I wish your daughter a speedy recovery. Hope you're doing well Cindy.

FABBY'S LIVING said...

First, I'm so glad your dear daughter is doing well after the surgery, hope she has a perfect recovery. Yeah, we do all we can for our dearest kids and their kids. I bet you're all having fun together. Such cute log cabin! Thanks for your sweet and kind comments lovely friend.
FABBY

Jenifer said...

Lovely log cabin! My aunt lives in a log cabin and I just love visiting.

Continuing to pray for your daughter.

Shelia said...

Hi Cindy! I've missed you and hope you're doing well and your daughter too! Thanks for popping in to see my little Glitter houses.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

nannykim said...

Looking forward to another update on your daughter. I know what you mean about helping out a daughter and about being exhausted too! This is why we are meant to have children when we are not OLD is what I say ;-). Once I was helping my daughter out after the birth of her third child--at the time her other two were 2, and 3 and I had a HORRIBLE cold--man, it was one touch situation!! But I still had to keep up with them! It was great when I finally got home and rested!! But I sure do love being with them!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

I'm so sorry I missed knowing that your daughter had surgery, Cindy! I'm so glad everything went well and that she is recovering. I will keep her in my prayers. It was so good you were able to go out and help her and watch your grandchildren. I know how exhausting that can be -- we are out of practice taking care of young children :)

Sarah @ Modern Country Style said...

Hi lovely,

I'm SO glad that your daughter is doing well - and that YOU are doing well. You sound as though you are being an awesome grandma!!

Sarahx

Gail said...

Hi Cindy, I just wanted to let you know that I'm thinking about you and was wondering how you are doing? Hugs, Gail

Betty said...

Hope all is going well with you and your family.
Thinking of you all.
A big hug,
Betty

Helen said...

Fingers crossed everything gets better for you all soon,
Love Helen xx