Wednesday, September 10, 2008

it takes a village...

to teach 3 kids early am seminary...
how many days of seminary did i make it through-- 1-- no joke my husband had to teach the second day because I was dying from allergies and a sinus headache that I though would split open my head. So after being up 9 times in the night, and taking all medications I could possibly take I had to beg off. So back to our original question...
Well as you can remember sister L (1) had to cheer me on with a survival basket. Brother G (2) to teach day two , and sister B (3) to arrive at my doorstep bearing this offering for my health and well being (which I had always been skeptical of in the past, but must now end my mocking). (I do think I shocked her with my deathlike appearance- sorry sis B.) Sister J (4) and sister P (5) cheering my on via email. I am sure by the end of the year many more "villagers" will have had a part in the cause. PS. As you can also see seminary teachers accept all gifts.
I did make it back to class this morning...
1. fun seminary sketchbook journals 2. friends who care and share 3. feeling a little better

10 comments:

smart mama said...

okay add sister c(5) and sister H (6) also email cheerleaders! who emailed before reading the post!

Smilin' sunshine said...

Do you feel better today?? Did you try the neti pot?

Aren't friends great!!

Jenny said...

Without my village, I'd be flat on the sidewalk. You're loving yours--I'm thinking we need to make your village even bigger! More support, more cheerleading, more gifts! Hope you're feeling better!

LL said...

glad to be part of this great village.
Hope you're feeling super!

Nanci said...

Thanks to all the villagers from a seminary mom!

smart mama said...

well sending thanks back to the seminary moms for sending me good, willing participants at 6 am-- a good audience makes it much easier

Becky said...

I'm sending you CHEERS and HEALTH from afar as well. Glad you have your village - I too would be lost without mine. I just got back from the dr. today - lots to share.:) Email coming later when I have a few minutes...

smart mama said...

I'll be awaiting your email- hoping for some resolution for you!

Christy said...

So sorry about the first week follies! The Lord is just testing you to see if you REALLY are willing to do this! We will all be here at your beck and call!

bluestocking mama said...

sorry to hear about your miseries. glad so many are there to help. i wish i could add to the pile!