Monday, August 17, 2009

Twangled

This summer has definitely had it's share of ups and downs. We are so happy that Sunbeam has advanced from this.



To this.

She is also very happy, that she can once again take a few unassisted steps. She described her feelings as "twangled." Happy to be able to walk but wishing she could run and jump.


I liked the description and it's one word that I don't let the teacher in me, correct. "Twangled" sounds sweeter than tangled any day!

29 comments:

  1. What a very evocative word, clever little girl. She looks very well now.

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  2. How sweet! So glad she's doing better! Praying for a full and fast recovery!

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  3. Praise the Lord.She's coming along and God is good.
    Be encouraged loving Mommy
    Elsie <><

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  4. So glad to see that Sunbeam is taking a few steps ahead of schedule. I was just telling my tween dd about her accident and she was sorry to hear about it.

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  5. i think twangles is a wonderful way to feel. i love kidisms, words they make up!

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  6. I didn't know about Sunbeam until I read your older post. What a terrible accident! I'm so glad that she is coming along and I love her word, Twangled. May you have a speedy recovery.
    Sunny :)
    P.S. What beautiful braids!

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  7. Like the word a lot. Very good to see your little Sunbeam up and about, even if it is for just a bit. Soon it will be more and more! Looking forward to more progress reports and then for that final one!

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  8. I was directed to your blog by a "fellow" blogger! I LOVE IT! And glad little Sunbeam is recovering - what a little miracle!
    Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Aww Sunbeam looks great, she's doing really well.

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  10. Oh, I love that word! Sunbeam is so precious and I'm glad she is doing better. What a blessing! -Tammy

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  11. What a doll - I love those long braids!

    The word "Twangled" is going in my personal dictionary - what a great description for how she feels.

    Love it!

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  12. How wonderful to see Sunbeam up and standing unaided! Before long she'll be running around as if that awful accident never happened!!!
    I love "twangled"!!!

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  14. Well, look at her!! Way to go, Sunbeam!! Is that the pretty rosebud dress her daddy bought her? That is one happy little girl - great job, mama. Can't wait to follow the progress ~

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  15. What a wonderful new word~
    Praise the Lord she looks just wonderful!

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  16. What a sweet little face! Thank you for the updates on her improvements.

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  17. I love that word too! I'm so glad she's better! She is such a pretty little girl!

    Tammy

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  18. She must be a double threat - beautiful and smart!

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  19. What a clever girl to so aptly describe her feelings! We went through something similar this spring when our son broke his leg and had to be in a body cast for a while. It took him several weeks post-cast before he was able to walk again.

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  20. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. So glad I found yours - your blog is wonderful. Your daughter is one brave little girl.

    Love Jayne x

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  21. I love that word!
    I'm so glad Sunbeam has made so much progress. She'll be running, jumping, and dancing soon.

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  22. Dee from Tennessee

    She is precious! Thankfula and buckets of gratitude that she is doing so well!

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  23. I'm glad to hear your daughter is doing much better. She has a very sweet smile.

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