A Top Notch Tenning

The weekend Lucy turned ten, I found that lump. Fully dressed, amidst Lucy’s festivities, some tingling vibration drew my fingers. And there it was.

With a puff of cold steam, a new world was born.

Today, Bayla turned ten. Twenty-two months later.

Today was a good day.

Lucy and Bayla spent most of it on their own together, being tweens: browsing their favourite shops, doing each others’ nails, exploring Bayla’s new DSI, painting pottery, strolling down to DQ to split a Blizzard.

And we ended the day with the end of Harry P. In 3D.

Today I did a lot of thinking back ten years. And back two years. And looking ahead.

Looking forward to many happy years of great memories behind and ahead for us all.

And feeling very, very grateful.

From the mouth of Bayla #3: Right, Again

A couple days ago mom had an extra lump above her incision and everyone was worried, everyone, that is, exept for me, I knew straight away what it was, the day of mom’s biopsy and she went to the dentists office to get a fluid lump removed from her mouth, it was nothing so they removed it sewed it up and it was over with, so the extra lump was fluid.