Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Special Exposure / Wordless Weds: True Spunk

He'd already been through the morning routine and a day of school. Instead of going home, which is the usual Wednesday Routine, James was whisked into the van and onto a highway full of very bad traffic and construction work. For 65 miles and almost 2 hours.

Then he got to ride an elevator and meet strange people who knew his Mom way back when. He was exclaimed over and offered lemon and ginger ice cream. He took it all calmly and played on my smart phone. Then we made our way to a waiting area, where he broke down in tears and "Nooooo, Mommy!" until I let him shut himself inside the little playhouse and handed his snacks to him through the window. We waited about 15 minutes.

THEN, he was assessed by a physical therapist for almost 45 minutes. This is what he looked like toward the end of that session:





Then we went home. Except for the waiting room (pre-snack), I never saw him unhappy. This boy has True Spunk, and I love him so.


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8 comments:

I am Harriet said...

Gotta love spunk :)


Have a great Wednesday!
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Alison said...

What a trooper!

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Love that spunk.

The Henrys said...

What a busy day! I'd be tired too!

Michelle said...

Looks like he took it in stride and held it together better than I would have!

Charlene Long said...

Excellent and he looks pretty content!!!

Buckeroomama said...

What a day... and what a trooper! :)