way we set it up when he got his trach.
We hadn't planned on the trach or the
nursing care he would need, so this
is what we came up with on the fly almost
two years ago. It really hasn't changed much.
November 2nd: I'm grateful for time with my oldest son while we were working on finishing his mission physical. He's got some great insights.
November 3rd: I'm grateful for my mom. It's her birthday. She even survived my teenage years. That means that she can handle ANYTHING!
November 5th: I'm grateful for choices in education. Regular classes aren't working for my 7th grader, so we're pulling him out to home school his core classes. But he can still go to school with his friends for his electives. Life is about to get much more complicated for me, but it will be much better for him, and that's what's important.
November 6th: I'm grateful for the chance to vote. I don't know that everything and everyone I voted for will win, but I've tried to be heard. And I'm grateful that as ugly and backbiting as some of the campaigns have become, when it comes time to inaugurate the winners and enact the winning propositions, it will be a peaceful transition. There won't be bloodshed or terror involved in the change. I'm grateful for our nation and for all that have worked so hard to make it the wonderful place it is.