We have been planning a trip to West Valley for about four months. Given my medical needs thre were several things that need advanced preparation. As these things came together I became more excited about the trip. I used to drive to UT and spend two or three weeks with Sandy, MT, and T. Drove T to school, pick him and sometimes a friend after school. Make them a snack. All the things I enjoyed doing with my Grandson. T and I developed quite a bond. We had fun, enjoyed each others company. To me he is such a joy. As he grew older we made several road trips from WVC to La Mirada. A couple in my SSR. We had fun and talked a lot. I have such great memories of those times.
Now we were going for his graduation from high school. Going for one week. Can't drive that far anymore, so need to take a airplane. With help form JP and Isa we left on the great adventure, for me. I had many questions in my mind regarding my ability to do this. With their help and help from the airline the first stage was complete. A good flight and great welcome at the airport by ST. My emulations were overflowing when I saw ST with a sign welcoming us. I have always felt in control but now I don't have that feeling. I have to depend on others for so much. I am thankful I have a family that will give me that support. We went to ST home and again the emotions overflowed. I thought I would never again be able to visit her home. It was good to be there. There was such a great feeling of love and happiness. My family has always been important to me. Proud of our to daughters and the lives they lead. I don't have the words to express how important this trip was for me. I will say I am very thankful for the people who made it happen.
Graduation Day was awesome. ST did a wonderful job of planning. As our driver Isa did a great job of getting us where we needed to be. Such a great help to me. Complete faith and trust in her ability.
We did several things and I enjoyed them all. The fact that I was able to be there and share that time with my family is the most important and rewarding. Love you all.