Good morning, everyone! Supposed to be one more day of single digits, then really warm, like in the high 30's! Lindsey is continuing to have problems, but hanging in there. Still some clotting and bleeding, but the doctor says there is nothing medically that can be done. We have found some supplements and teas that are supposed to help the placenta heal, and she is doing her best to be careful not to lift or put too much pressure in that area (as with vacuuming, etc.) I am headed to Amy's later this afternoon, after I stop by and see my dad. Will stay overnight and take Keira to school tomorrow morning...she gets out early tomorrow, so we will go do something fun. After Amy gets home from work, I will head home. Was going to go back on Friday to go to Keira's Valentine's Day party, but Amy asked to get off work early and the scheduler worked it out...Amy is more excited than Keira, I think, lol! Working moms do have different "stressors" than others do... So, that will free me up to go to the party at the care center. They are doing "February birthdays" (my dad's is the 20th) and Valentine's Day combined. The activity staff had sent out a letter asking if family would like to buy a "Valentine O'Gram" for their loved one who lives in the facility. They are giving a balloon, chocolates, and a stuffed bear...I will pay for my dad's, and for a couple other residents who might not have family to take care of it. So sad, that some of these residents have family in the same town, maybe just blocks away...that never visit or participate in any of the activities. I try to see my dad at least once a week, even with all the craziness around here. Shouldn't judge, I guess, since I don't know what some of the situations are. Den is going to take tomorrow off and spend it with his dad...so I just need to make sure the house is picked up and something here for them to heat up for lunch. A big "hi" and hugs to everyone! I am running on whatever "reserves" I can muster, so this is about all I can get typed. Think about you all and continue to pray for healing, less stress, etc. for all.