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I’m on Day 2 of a migraine. I’m not loving it, but it’s getting better. A lot better, thank the Lord!

I thought I’d share two happy things that helped me feel better.

1) My daughter decided to begin writing letters on the chalk board. She started writing a few, then I suggested letters for her to write. She’d think a minute and then add the letter to the list. I am so proud of her! I didn’t know she could do this!

2) My son drew this picture and I have it taped on the wall by my monstrous stack of books by my bed. This picture makes me happy.

Happy Friday everyone!

And I hope you have a great day in the sunshine walking under raining hearts!

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Happy Things — 7 Comments

  1. Awww, those are great pictures. No wonder they make you happy. I just helped my 3yo count for hide-and-seek. I didn’t know he could count to 15 by himself!! Kids are designed to learn.

    I’ll pray for your head if you pray for my flu. It’s hit me way harder than the rest of my family which is unusual (I hope they don’t get it badly too!).

  2. I know how you feel…migraines for 3 days here, triggered by allergies though. The allergist told me Wednesday a lot of people are dealing with them because the pollen and mold counts are so high this year. Thank God for children who despite our ability to think at the moment, take it upon themselves to carry on like yours are doing! I love what they both did, and the picture is so loving and beautiful, just what a mom with a migraine needs, to know that they care. Get better!

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