Oh the things of fall that I love...there are so many. One tonight was watching Prison Break with Jeff. It was the opener (2 hour) and I loved it. I totally predicted one of the major surprises and there was a ton of things that "just so happened to occur" to make the plot for this season, but goodness, really? I just love those boys...and I am so glad they are back on my computer screen :)
We also got Wii Fit and that has proved to be VERY entertaining for our family, specifically Jeff and I! I love it. It is fantastic and the fact that we are doing a 90 Day Challenge at the YMCA right now is great, because I can check my weight (to the tenth of a pound) and BMI everyday to make sure I am staying on schedule. The activities are so fun and really, that actually make you work, unlike Wii Sports, where we've all learned how to do them from the couch without moving barely any muscles. This you can't. You have to actually workout but it is fun and before you know it you are out of breath :)
Creighton peed on the potty last night out of nowhere. She sits on it a lot, but nothing ever happens. She was very proud of herself as well as we were for her. But today nothing but lots of sitting and no peeing. Her arm is looking MUCH better thank heavens. There is one spot that is being a silly spot and not healing as quickly, but that is okay I suppose. The rest of it looks much better. I think that spot that isn't healing as fast is the central location of where the actual hot glue was, and it's also located on her wrist where it continually moves and bends so it can't heal...as well. But it is looking great. I am so thankful for silvadene...if you ever get burned, it's 4 dollars at walmart (with prescription) and it heals like a miracle salve!
Please pray for my friend Christy and her little boy. I don't know all the medical jargon but basically there is hope (in testing right now) that he could not have to have pumps and shots but rather a pill to control his Type I Diabetes. This would be a huge answer to prayer for them in so many ways. It would be treated, not controlled. Wow. Please pray!