Perfect Timing for a Star


Shooting stars from my big bedroom windows. Perfect timing for the lights to go out just as another flew by. Wish George was here to wake him up and look at the stars like how we used to look for Mr. Moon every night. My wish is for this surgery to make me feel better than I currently do and go back to being a Mommy because I can’t take missing them and feeling sick and frustrated anymore. I just want my life back. I will take the old sick over this current sick any day and insurance or no insurance, I am not ready to give in quite yet. Christmas may be small this year, but all I want is them to come home, be happy with less unnecessary drama, and healthier, to just be a Mommy to two of my most favorite people I can’t take another day without; despite not having a choice. You’re not supposed to tell your wish, but with so many stars, I can wish more than once 😉


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