My Sandy...and her sister Erin beside her. We are in my back yard this past Sunday afternoon.
I have written a bit about my daughter Sandra, in the past. So many of you have been so kind to ask about her. Well, here she is! She is doing well.
She and her husband and little Grands are on my sidebar. She has had a tough year.
Let me tell you a bit of what happened. She and her family live in Georgia and all of us live in California.
I've had a small health problem the doctors are delving into and I have had to have some tests. Just old age stuff. :) Nothing serious.
Thusday afternoon Husband and I went in to the Imaging Center and daughter Mary wanted to meet me there but I told her not too. It would take too long and I would be fine. Not a problem.
I finished filling out the forms..glanced across the room to see daughter #2 Erin, coming through the door of the waiting room...and..right behind her daughter #3, Maryalice. I was stunned, but not half as shocked as when I saw Sandy my eldest daughter who was supposed to be 3000 miles away, walking toward me through a very crowded waiting room. I have not seen her for a very long time....I think I screamed. I thought I was dreaming!!
I know I tried to get up and couldn't..and then they were all three there, holding me and we were all crying! In a crowded waiting room!!!
Somehow they got me outside. I just kept touching her, cuddling her, I could not believe she was in my arms! We were all laughing and crying at the same time. Patient Husband went back inside to wait for my name to be called smiling from ear to ear!
She had flown clear across country because she knew I have not been doing great. I did NOT tell her..but her sisters must have. She did not need the worry but gets extremely upset if she is left out of anything concerning the family...so they must have caved and told her.
Just to hold her, and feel her hair and skin...her hair is all curly now since it was all cut off. Isn't she beautiful??? Isn't she just fantastically beautiful??
She left today and flew back to Georgia. How I hated to see her leave. I wanted to hang onto her but you have to let them go...again.
Aren't daughters wonderful?? :):)
Love and hugs,