Kenley is healing wonderfully. I mean, looking at her face (and body) is really nothing short of a miracle. Children + human body + plastic surgeon makes healing fast. We are all so thankful that she is okay, back to her 11 year old witty-self and… went to school on Friday. Just in time for the three day weekend. Her fractured nose has been reset and already looks great. I think Kenley is just happy to be pain free. I’ll never take a day without pain for granted again. God is good. God is great.
Just to keep life interesting in the Robinson house, Raynes has come down with some pretty nasty poison ivy. We weren’t sure what the heck it was – if anything – until today. Hands, feet, cheeks, neck, arms, ears. It’s everywhere. Being the
wanna-be doctor that I am, I thought breathing in some sunny salt air and splashing a bit of salt water would help to heal his rash with its magical, unknown powers. So we drove down to The Coast for a couple of hours — on a medical quest (physical for him, mental for his parents). Not sure if that worked- judging by how he looked at bedtime tonight. So much for my medical degree.
The girls wanted to stay home- because well, they’re tween/teenagers. Raynes loves to play the part of only child. It was a treat to exhale. I hadn’t realized how tightly I have been holding in my breath over these past two weeks– until arriving at my happy place. Don’t think we had been to #STB4g in 8 months. It’s a shame, really. Sunshine, quiet, oysters, beer, and breeze. Three day weekends are the best. And a great way to kick off this week which will conclude with a long-ago planned girls trip… God’s timing makes me smile.