Sometimes life passes smoothly and the pieces of your day or week or month or year fit together easily.
Other times it feels like you can’t find which pieces match.
You’re trying to put together two odd-shaped pieces and they don’t connect.
Our family has been experiencing some health challenges lately. Barry couldn’t have his knee surgery last week, as scheduled, because he flunked his pre-op physical. They discovered an irregular heartbeat, so he’s been doing the Doctor Circuit since then.
(Oh, and don’t forget the Dental Circuit. He broke two teeth in the midst of all this.)
I could tell you all the details, but it would take too long to type. Just wanted to share with you that we’re trying to put together the jigsaw pieces of our days, one at a time. I know that many of you are doing the same.
I may be blogging less than usual with all this doctoring. Then again, who knows? I may be blogging more than usual, just to take my mind off this.
We’re glad Kiah’s at home with us.
Kiah and I are about to put together our second puzzle. The first was 750 pieces. The second appears to be 1,000 pieces. It’s a serene scene of a wooden rowboat, an old dock and a cabin on a lake. It’s called “Autumn at the Lake.”
Now, which piece will fit in next?