I texted my cousin Jeannette last week to see if she would like a visitor today. Her new baby, Joshua, was a month old today and she was ready for company. I stopped at Noodles & Company on the way up to bring lunch. We chatted while Joshua ate and napped. He isn't quite on a schedule yet. In the next couple of weeks that should change. I had always heard that around ten pounds most babies start sleeping through the night and life gets a little easier.
While we were there I was also introduced to Huck and Ava. They are both rescue dogs. I don't think that I changed Ava's day, but I sure did Huck's. He was uncomfortable with me being there the entire time and would give me a worried glance every couple of minutes. It was a little different then the reception I usually get from Flower. I didn't take it personally, however. Glad they chose to rescue them. Every dog deserves a good home.
While I was there a storm blew through. It was so humid today I wasn't surprised that we got one. Just thought it would be later. The weather knocked out their electricity. They were prepared with a generator, however, and it didn't change their plans for the afternoon. I left after the rain. I wanted to get home before Cal left for the night. He hung out with Dad after work.
I was happy to be able to visit Jeannette this week. I know that having a baby after she lost the twins wasn't a sure thing. I am so glad that God blessed them with a son. He won't replace the girls, but he will make life at the Pancoast house a lot of fun.