Wednesday, April 19, 2006

When the grass is greener the next day...

Honey you are a rock
Upon which I stand
And I come here to talk
I hope you understand

That green eyes,
yeah the spotlight, shines upon you
And how could, anybody, deny you

I came here with a load
And it feels so much lighter, now I’ve met you
And honey you should know,
that I could never go on without you

Green eyes
Honey you are the sea
Upon which I float
And I came here to talk

I think you should know
That green eyes,
you’re the one that I wanted to find
And anyone who,
tried to deny you must be out of their mind
Green Eyes (COLDPLAY)

My Dad drove downtown to fix my wheelchair controller. It was a long drive for him. He didn't have to do it, but he did it anyway. Sometimes I hesitate to tell my parents that I need them. I know they will drop everything to help me. I am blessed with people who love me. I love them just as much. When it comes to my wheelchair getting fixed , I usually don't fool around. I can't get far without it.

Dad came loaded up with homemade turkey soap, crackers, and cookies courtesy of Mom. Parents are the greatest. Dad fixed my wheelchair and picked up my automatic door opener from the superintendent. What was once broken, now works!

I was just listening to Green Eyes and fittingly drinking green tea. I forgot how much I love that song and how much I love green tea.

After yesterday's frustrations, today was pretty sweet. I hope every bad day can be followed by a day like this one.


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