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Boondock Ramblings | Because someone has to write about the middle of nowhere

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Via Patri Clous
Katerin Stelting's insight:

The wind was cold and biting. I hadn’t been prepared for it. My head felt heavy and I knew my sinuses issues were acting up. I tried to ignore it as the family gathered around the tombstone. I pulled my little boy close to me and felt warm tears stinging my eyes. I was so grateful for him, so happy to have him standing next to me.

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Katerin Stelting's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:06 AM

A couple of years ago he got sick, so sick all he could do is sit in one place and stare. He wouldn’t eat or drink and wasn’t interested in playing. It was a horrible nightmare for his dad and I. On those days where we are so tired we can’t see straight but he’s still spinning in circles in the living room floor just to see how dizzy he can get, Hubby and I remember that illness and thank God he’s still with us.

Patri Clous's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:09 AM

Even though we never want to see him like he was then, sick and pale, and completely uninterested in life, there is something so precious and perfect about our son when he’s finally surrendered to sleep.

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Boondock Ramblings | Because someone has to write about the middle of nowhere

Boondock Ramblings | Because someone has to write about the middle of nowhere | boondock ramblings | Scoop.it
Katerin Stelting's insight:

A couple of years ago he got sick, so sick all he could do is sit in one place and stare. He wouldn’t eat or drink and wasn’t interested in playing. It was a horrible nightmare for his dad and I. On those days where we are so tired we can’t see straight but he’s still spinning in circles in the living room floor just to see how dizzy he can get, Hubby and I remember that illness and thank God he’s still with us.

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Patri Clous's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:09 AM

Even though we never want to see him like he was then, sick and pale, and completely uninterested in life, there is something so precious and perfect about our son when he’s finally surrendered to sleep.

Katerin Stelting's curator insight, August 27, 2013 2:10 AM

The wind was cold and biting. I hadn’t been prepared for it. My head felt heavy and I knew my sinuses issues were acting up. I tried to ignore it as the family gathered around the tombstone. I pulled my little boy close to me and felt warm tears stinging my eyes. I was so grateful for him, so happy to have him standing next to me.