Heart #3

I decided to fly home today so I could see my 18 year old daughter whose been home alone since Sunday. She was feeling very nervous about a life guarding class she has to do tomorrow so I thought a visit from mom would be appreciated. I also did laundry, repacked, paid bills and sorted through a week's worth of mail. I'm all ready to head back to Vancouver and the hospital tomorrow on the 11am flight. Gage is doing better but still not well enough to come home. He's eating and drinking much more but still spending too much time on the toilet.

I found this heart way back in November and saved it for my month of February hearts. It was taken at Drac's Castle: http://365project.org/kwind/365/2017-11-04
Great shot of this wonderful looking heart.
Thinking of you and your family.
posted February 4th, 2018  
It's tough to try and spread yourself out with the kids ... but I am sure your daughter appreciates your brief visit... Hope things continue to progress... lovely colourful heart..
posted February 4th, 2018  
Very bright and colourful, I hope Kennedy enjoyed her life guarding class
posted February 4th, 2018  
I know how hard it is to spread yourself so thinly during difficult times, don’t forget about yourself Kim. Love this shot, beautiful colours.
posted February 4th, 2018  
You are all having a tough time at the moment. I do hope things improve soon. What treatment is Gage getting at the hospital?
posted February 4th, 2018  
Beautiful image - hope 2018 is a much improved year for you and your family!
posted February 4th, 2018  
This heart is so pressed between different graffiti. It looks like our feelings squeezed between everyday worries.
posted February 4th, 2018  
I love graffiti, good find! Thinking about you and your family, good luck.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Wishing your daughter well for her life guarding class. I'm sure she was delighted to see you too. Glad to hear Gage is improving, just not there yet. Continuing to root for him and for you. Lovely heart. I remember your graffiti series from that castle - delightful.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Thinking of you and your family - you are going through such hard times! Love your heart!
posted February 4th, 2018  
Nice colourful shot. Glad to hear that your son has made some progress.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Glad you did that. Sometimes it is hard to be the healthy kid.
posted February 4th, 2018  
So glad you were able to fly home to be with your daughter.
posted February 4th, 2018  
You have a good heart!
Hoping your son's health continues to improve so you can all be at home together.
posted February 4th, 2018  
You do manage to find hearts everywhere!
posted February 4th, 2018  
“A mother’s work is never done”. So glad you could spend time with your sweet girl, hope her class goes really well! Don’t forget to take care of yourself too. This heart is unique and has a wonderful messsge for all of us.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Great find. It must be tough for all you having Gage in hospital so far from home. I hope he will be able to go home soon. And that all went well with your daughter's class.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Great find.So apt too. Thinking of you and your family right now. x
posted February 4th, 2018  
What a lovely image 👍 I hope your son continues to get stronger. Fingers crossed for you and your family 😊
posted February 4th, 2018  
Love this shot. You sound like such a caring mother - your children are fortunate. Take care of yourself too!
posted February 4th, 2018  
Fav👍
posted February 4th, 2018  
P.s.—— sending hugs ,hope everything will be fine💕
posted February 4th, 2018  
So much to catch up with- you did well!
Hope your son continues to get better 💛
posted February 4th, 2018  
Must be a very difficult time you are going through , and it sounds like you are handling it superbly . As others have said make sure you look after yourself too.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Lovely, colorful heart image...I hope Gage continues to get better. Take care.
posted February 4th, 2018  
What a beautiful heart! Sorry you are being torn in every direction and hope that Gage gets better soon.
posted February 4th, 2018  
You always come up with such creative February hearts. Wishing your family all the best.
posted February 4th, 2018  
A great heart find. I am so impressed that you even remembered it let alone managed to find and post in amidst all that is going on in your family. Lovely to be updated though - as thoughts continue to be with you. Hard for the siblings. Hope the class went well.
posted February 4th, 2018  
You're family is juggling a lot right now. Heart back to you.
posted February 4th, 2018  
Your life is so busy just now but juggling well with all your tasks. Bobbing backwards & forwards but doing so well, I take my hat off to you! Love your heart Kim, keep your strength up as you have to keep well too!
posted February 4th, 2018  
A great find and capture. Thinking of you and your family and hope all works out well.
posted February 4th, 2018  
A beautiful heart. Wishing Gage a speedy recovery and quick return home
posted February 4th, 2018  
It's difficult being the parent of a chronically ill child. It's also difficult being the sibling of a chronically ill child. Hopefully both children will recognize they are loved and you will know that you have done all you can.
posted February 5th, 2018  
Great find and terrific capture! Thinking of you and your family and sending positive thoughts your way.
posted February 5th, 2018  
Such a devoted mom.
posted February 5th, 2018  
Hope that you are feeling all the love and good wishes being sent to you and your family - and as so many said, remember to take care of you, too. Love the heart you posted - especially apt this February.
posted February 5th, 2018  
A beauty!
posted February 5th, 2018  
Looks like the heart of Spiderman ;-)
posted February 5th, 2018  
Beautiful graffiti. Hard for you to juggle it all, but glad that Gage is doing a bit better.
posted February 6th, 2018  
Another wonderful and colorful find!
posted February 6th, 2018  
Great capture
posted February 6th, 2018  
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