Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Pinkeye and Prayers

Yes.

We've got it.

Well, Lily's got it.

The dreaded pinkeye.

So the Bird is home with me today.  Which makes writing a blog post rather difficult.

But I hate to miss getting to spend a little time with you so I'm pulling out another "post from the past" to share with you.

Truthfully, I meant to share this with you at the beginning of April since it's Autism Awareness Month and it just slipped my mind.  Something that happens rather frequently these days...

Any-who, check out this post titled, A Prayer A Day for a nifty gift from me (and Children of Destiny) that's just for you.

And if you feel like saying a little extra prayer for this mama who now gets to spend the day washing her hands thousands of times while entertaining a child who doesn't really feel sick at all, it'd be much appreciated.

Have a great Tuesday!

10 comments:

  1. Ugh. Pink eye is THE WORST! I hope this case works its way through quickly and it does not get to the rest of the family. Sending hugs and a crate of hand sanitizer!

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    1. So far, everyone's good! And Lily's back in school - yay!

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  2. Pink eye is AWFUL. Poor kiddo!!!

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    1. Thankfully, those magic drops work really fast!

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  3. That is one of the most dreaded illnesses in our house. WASH YOUR HANDS!!! Thankfully we haven't had it in years. I caught it from Jake once, and it was so bad the doctor ran a bunch of tests to be sure it wasn't something else. I couldn't stand any light. I couldn't even have the TV on in a dark room with me wearing sunglasses. No driving. My eyeballs swelled and impaired my vision. We were right in the middle of SCT rehearsals. It is the most awful stuff. I'll be praying it's over quickly. I'm sure it's especially hard since you can't hardly keep Lily from touching her face. Bless your and Lily's hearts!

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    1. Ryley had it constantly in the first grade, which means it was making the rounds at her school. I didn't think it would every go away for good! But Lily's better and back in school now so the worst seems to be over... fingers crossed!

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  4. Eyedrops are not awesome to give to autistic children.

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    1. You got that right... it's a two man job, for sure.

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  5. Pink eye has only visited my husband - not the little one (knock on wood). Hope Lily is better quickly! Thank you for the link. I have subscribed. I think it will make a difference in my life. xoxo

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    1. Glad you liked and subscribed to the link. I hope you enjoy it!

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