It is what it is
It is what it is
So, SuperDave and his siblings are all processing their Mom’s passing in their individual ways… the oldest, a female, has gone into Mom mode, taking charge of doling out various responsibilities to her brothers, the next brother has come down with a case of Shingles, the next has become Dad’s healthcare overseer, SD is seeing that moments are precious and seeing mom’s influence in little happenings throughout the days…and the youngest is keeping his sense of humor.
Mom always bought yard ornaments and gave each of the kids one a few years ago, much to their
dismay delight, …and his little brother stopped by to leave this on our front porch today.
Aww, how cute is this! My condolences to SD, you & his family.
Do you think he’ll scare the bunnies out of my garden if I put him out back with the veggies? J Thomas Horton
& thank you.
It’s good that everyone has a place to belong in the scheme of things when a loved one passes on
Exactly miri dunn.
I don’t see a lot of sadness… I see mostly a lot of love, support, patience and acceptance.
It is interesting how everyone handles mourning in such different ways BobbieZen If it were me, I would put him in the middle of the veggies, so he can hunker down and spread his cool
and be less visible from the street
My warm thoughts to all the siblings.
And you’ve read my mind, completely, Katherine Bond 🙂
Thank you. xo ❤
BobbieZen if your bunnies are anything like ours this will not stop them from using your garden as their salad bar.
Neither does Red Pepper Flakes, J Thomas Horton .
🙂 They seem to think I do all this planning and planting and weeding and watering, just for them.
LOL…In fact, I guess I do!
That’s cute, but ouch shingles! 😦
Yep Di Cleverly… a phone call from the eldest brother yesterday confirmed it… bless his heart, my case of the shingles was 13 years ago and not pleasant.