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Friday, April 30, 2010

Right on time at the Airport!

My sister and I picked Beth up at the airport. She had her leg brace on and was limping quite a bit. Her hair is dyed ruby red. She had her hair pulled back tight against her head. She was glad to be home.

She went right over to see her Nana. They sat holding hands while Beth put her head on her grandmother's shoulder. Her arms were bare. They were clear but her hands looked scared.

Joy and Beth went out to have a bite to eat. Our dog was so happy to see Beth that she frolicked around making little crying noises. I have never heard the likes of it! Beth always treats the animals like her precious children.

Beth said she needs to get her meds. Says that she cries very easily.As we passed a camper she told me that she would be happy living in one of those.

Please continue to pray for us. This is not going to be easy. It is so much sadder when she acts like she loves us and wants to be home!


  1. damn. i hope she finally gets this??

  2. I am so glad that Beth made it home. I hope all goes well during her stay! Best of luck to you all. I will keep you both in my prayers!

  3. Praise God :) We're out of town (down here!) and I had my cell on all day - been praying for you all - so glad to get back to the hotel and find good news! Love & hugs. Will continue prayers.

  4. She does love you and wants to be home...I think she WANTS that, but can she do it? I hope so. Praying for you extra this weekend.

  5. Any time with your daughter is a blessing! I hope it goes well. My prayers are with you and Beth!

  6. I will keep you both in my prayers. I'm sure Beth does love you and wants to be home. Sometimes drugs just rob us of the people are loved ones really are underneath the addiction. Praying that your daughter is truly home. Hugs.