Fortunately, BF is still a part of our family. He has traveled in briefcases, pillowcases, perched on top of lamps, pianos, sat next to coffeecups in cupboards, hidden in boots, shoes, sock drawers, couch cushions, on top of computers, office drawers, and after spending almost a month beside the garden tub that Michael uses several times a week, I found him this morning in my microwave. I always find a smile on my face when I find him because I know Michael was thinking intently about me when he
was looking for the best place to hide him. So, for today anyway, I am so thankful for delightful
distractions that raise the quality of my life on a journey where that is a constant concern. Today, I am so thankful for the ugliest thing I could find at a Dollar store 20 years ago and that on that day that Biker Frog joined our family, “forever” as a delightful distraction.
Lori taught special education and regular education for 24 years, was a church secretary for six years and is presently retired. Her most challenging task of late has been fighting breast cancer at age 58.