By the photo below, one can clearly see Ryan was getting plenty of attention this weekend.
Sue was sending me pictures all weekend. Ryan & her on the mat. Ryan and her on the couch. Ryan and her in the kitchen. I was great and kept me really connected while I was away from home.
I left WVU late in the afternoon yesterday. Kari and I stuffed ourselves at the Boston Beanery then headed over to the supermarket to pick up a few snacks. $173 later, she was satisfied that she had enough. We took the bags up to her dorm room and her room was a debris field. Just like her room was at home.
Kari and I use to butt heads on a daily basis about her room at home. Sometime around the 8th grade, I could see it was just her being to be cluttered. She thinks out of a different side of her brain than the rest of the family. She places little importance on time and organization. She hates math. Her creativity and interpersonal skills are what’s important to her. I’ve come to love this about her. It also let me see how high school education really short changes those who few who are like Kari.
Dr. Rodriguez stopped by on Sunday, family in tow, to give Ryan a head-to-toe exam. He feels Ryan is in great physical shape. That was wonderful to hear. He is such a kind and caring man who is gifted with intelligence. We are fortunate to have him in our life.