Adalia Rose treats my daughter

What a wonderful treat my daughter had when she returned from school yesterday. She had written a letter to a young girl named Adalia Rose (!/AdaliaRose?fref=ts) a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised to have received an answer to her letter.
Adalia's mom wrote the letter, as Adalia is only 5, and Adalia signed it at the bottom. The envelope was riddled with cute little stickers, which my daughter wanted to save, but were forever stuck to the envelope. Immediately after reading the letter my daughter posed for a photo, with letter in hand, which she then posted on her and Adalia Rose's facebook pages. She wanted to make sure that Adalia Rose knew she'd received her letter.
Today my daughter is still sleeping and it's 8:45 am, 45 minutes into her first class. She is exhausted all the time. She has a hard time falling and staying asleep. Her vocal tic (short coughs) erupt every few seconds, and her ability to focus in class is minimal. I have discussed this issue with our child psychiatrist who agrees that most of this problem is caused by pre-pubescence. He expects things will get crazy before they eventually stabilise.
Yet I will continue to praise HIM:
And I'll praise You in this storm
And I will lift my hands
For You are who You are
No matter where I am
And every tear I've cried
You hold in Your hand
You never left my side
And though my heart is torn
I will praise You in this storm
Praise You In This Storm Lyrics - Casting Crowns





Author of comtemporary childrens' books dealing with realitic and social issues.


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