Monday, October 11, 2010

Lazy Day :)

"There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle." Albert Einstein

Today was the first day since July that I've had a lazy day with my husband. Every day here is filled with therapy's, meetings, phone calls, organizing, and so much more. Even when Cale and I do get to sneak away to my room, I usually have a bunch of stuff I have to get done while we're cuddling! It was great to have a break. The morning was still a little busy, but after lunch we took off to Fisher House and there we stayed until it was time to go back to the hospital for dinner. So nice!

Tonight before I got Cale in bed, I was talking to him about the accident. This time, he asked me if he had gotten hurt. When I explained everything he said "Oh no! How sad." I reminded him again of why he's in the hospital and how he's getting better everyday. When I was talking to him about how much of a miracle he is and all that he's doing now, I thought about how much of a miracle it is that I was talking to him about it and that he's understanding! It was a miracle that we were talking about him being a miracle!

Every night before I leave after our special cuddle time, we always pray together. Usually it's me praying and I've been trying to ask him every night something that he's thankful for. Tonight Cale prayed too.

"Hi God! Hi! I love you." - How precious those words must me to the ears of the King!

5 comments:

  1. Dear One, My daughter Naomi (Katie knows her)was just saying on her blog about the 3 R's...reading ,running and resting. I am so glad you and Cale had some down time. Tell Cale Father is delighted with his prayer. I can just Him (Father) smiling. I love you, Marion Hansen

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  2. Cale - you are a wonderful child of God.... God bless you & Kathleen.

    Pattie Andring

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  3. Kathleen,
    The other day I was discussing the absence of daily miracles with a friend. He asked why people were no longer healed...etc. I told him that miracles happen everyday. Then I shared Cale's story. He was touched. God is working through Cale bringing us all closer to Him.

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  4. So, so precious.

    A mighty fortress is our God!

    love you guys...

    Elisabeth and Philip

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  5. Awesome prayer. I'm sure you are right about those words being precious to God

    Love,

    Julie H.

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