Our friend, Ben, had his 5th spinal surgery today at the Shriners Hospital in Montreal.
This surgery was unexpected and I’m not sure what’s harder as a caregiver, having lots of lead time or being in an emergency situation. Regardless, the Wolfe Pack is sending love to our hemi-buddy, Ben, and his mom, Karen.
The following post was originally posted way back in September 2015. Today, I’m hoping it puts a smile on the faces of this family.
If you would like to learn a little more about Ben’s story pop over to their blog, Crooked Journey. Karen has a wicked sense of humour and she openly and honestly talks about life as a medical momma.
This past weekend we headed out to Kane’s friend, Ben’s house for a little session with Ben and his sister, Hannah. Luckily, the rain held off until we were safely back inside eating banana bread and playing with a fart gun.
Okay and a couple from when the kids were showing me their rooms.
This week in my course, The Business of Telling Stories, we are specifically working on telling a story in a sequence of photos, so Hannah’s idea for the frog hunt was perfect!