It's glass on two sides which makes me feel a bit like I can now relate to the animals at the zoo.
It's loud which gives me a headache.
It has free coffee which helps with the aforementioned headache.
It has automatic sinks which tend to go off for no apparent reason
which was initially creepy but now I have decided it is the presence of the Lord here with us
and now when they go off I smile.
It is also where we currently store JJ's collection of Happy Goat characters.
Filling up a sink with bubbles and letting him play in it is great hospital room entertainment.
This is the TV whereupon we watch UltraMan.
times a day.
This is my bed where I
I am just thankful to be allowed to stay with him.
But alas, that is not the case.
Praise. The. Lord.
I cannot imagine leaving him.
This is our mess.
This is my Joshua.
But I am in fact shameless and will use any excuse to show you that sweet face.
This is the door to the adjoining room where I am hopeful they will put sweet Rachel when she gets here on Wednesday for her heart cath.
Rachel was adopted 5 days before Joshua.
We were intiallaly set to travel together but then we didn't.
And I'm still bummed about that
but so excited that I finally get to meet them tomorrow.
These two tiny Chinese Americans are going to take over the place I just know it.
And I know these kids are going to have one heck of a time hanging out together.
This is the view out of our window.
Or something like that.
And that concludes today's tour.
Please exit the ride to your right.