Yesterday was a sort of quiet, take it easy kind of day. We drove into Alexandria to spend some time with Josiah and his parents. Josiah is becoming more and more alert. The first couple of days, all he wanted to do was sleep. Now he has figured out what food is and is quite eager to get some.
He stayed awake most of the time we were there and was taking everything in. He’s not a fussy baby at all, but Grandpa did get to hold him while he was crying. After several minutes of walking around the room he was quieted right down. He just wanted a change of scenery, I guess.
After having lunch, and visiting for just awhile longer, we headed home to spend the rest of the day with our poor deprived little pussy katts. The Feliway infuser that we purchased does seem to have some effect on them. Katie was lying on the sofa, stretched out on her blanket, purring and “making biscuits” on Alex’s blanket. “Making biscuits” is a term that Jeanne Webster uses when her katt, Katie, kneads on things. Both pussy katts seem a lot more relaxed and happy.
Today is Sunday; therefore, it is worship. We’ll drive back into Alexandria to worship with Joel and Mary as well as show off the newest member of the family to their friends. Once we get back home, it will be time to start packing our bags as we’re hitting the road, heading toward home, tomorrow. It will be “over the mountain and through the woods to Rainbow Plantation we go.” We enjoy all the times we have with our families, but we’ll be glad to be home; it’s been almost six months since we left Alabama and we’re looking forward to returning.
Well that’s it for today – - Oh Okay, if you insist. Here’s today’s baby picture. A future Red Sox Fan.
Praise The Lord, May God Bless - - - - - - - -