it's surgery day for sweet Kelty. Hard to believe that it's finally here. The morning is starting out like a typical Fall morning. A bit chilly in the mountain valley. It's still dark, and not too many birds singing out there -- you can hear an occasional plane flying overhead and the flow of traffic from interstate not too far away.
Fortunately the tumor is still small. About the size of the shell of a peanut and in the same place as the last one. There's a lot of pros compared to the last time, but it's still a little scary for all of us. At least we've had a little more time to work through this and talk about it.
Last evening we were able to visit with other family members over dinner and enjoy their company and spend some time together - grandparents, greats, mom, dad and children. What a wonderful thing. 4 generations together last evening on the Carsey side and 3 generations on the Webster side. Very special. I feel so blessed to be here. Family is definitely a wonderful thing!
A father's blessing has been given -- and today a priesthood blessing will be given to Kelty before her surgery. Here are a couple of pictures I've taken over the last couple of days:
Gage and Kelty Kelty Kelty and Dad (Kelty was telling Dad how to play the game and giving excellent instructions, btw!)
Have a magnificent day!