We have bought several sets of boots for Lucy, since they get wet every time she goes out. At a given moment we have several boots hanging to dry on the hooks in the garage. She spends much of the day curled up or stretched out although she has done a little bit of running in the driveway. She does not seem to have any pain.
A little bit of light but no real sunbeams.
Violet is mostly recovered from her GI virus. Our son learned from the pediatrician that it is rampant in their area. No need to worry unless she starts running a fever or stops urinating. So she was kept on electrolyte drinks for most of the week. She likes the drink and kept hydrated.
We sent her a book for Easter. And a little lap board with some "magic" stamps and markers that make marks only on the special paper. We sent an extra packet of the paper as well. She loves them and spent quite a bit of time drawing. It was almost impossible to keep a hat on her when she was smaller. Now she loves them and often wears one all day inside the house. Her wise parents do not see that as a battle in which they wish to engage so they let her wear them as long as she wants.
I'm not sure what distracted her from her work.
In these days when so many euphemisms are used for lies, it is well to recall what the Buddha had to say about truth.
"There are only two mistakes one can make along the road to truth;
Not going all the way,
And not starting."
So don't fall for "slip of the tongue" or "alternative facts." They are in fact, lies and we need to start holding people accountable for them. Too many people wear their blinders and utter, "well, that's just the way they are." No. It isn't. It's wrong and sends such a bad message to our Nation and the rest of the world.
Holy Week ends on Easter Sunday for Christians all over the world. Today also marks the first Seder, the special meal that begins the Jewish Passover. In a spirit of unity, some churches will co-celebrate Good Friday services with a Seder meal.
Whatever you will be celebrating, or if you will not be celebrating anything...
HAVE A WONDERFUL WEEK, EVERYONE!
LOVE AND RESPECT ONE ANOTHER