wouldn't it be great?

Wouldn’t it be great if our boy could walk all by himself so he could roam free and far and wide?

Wouldn’t it be great if our boy could tell us his hopes and dreams, tell us when something is hurting, tell us when he is hungry?

Wouldn’t it be great if our sweet son could read a book, see a bird, chase a butterfly?

Wouldn’t it be great if he could feed himself and dress himself? He’d be so proud.

Wouldn’t it be great if our boy could sleep through the night and wake without a headache?

Wouldn’t it be great if he could learn how to swim, play with other children, and draw pictures to give to his friends?

Wouldn’t it be great if Calvin's seizures stopped forever?

Wouldn’t it be great if our precious son never had to take another disgusting drug again?

Wouldn’t it be great if our child was a healthy boy, could grow up strong, one day live by himself and explore the beautiful world all on his own?

Wouldn’t it just be so great?


  1. Christy,

    I had a dream last night that I was taking care of Calvin when you were out of town. He was walking and talking to me during the dream. So it was so nice to see your "wouldn't it be great" because in the dream he was doing so well. He still had a diaper on which I had to change though :)


  2. dear sister,
    it worked! thanks for your comment. so nice. michael and i were just talking the other day about how—wouldn't it be great—if you or another family member could take care of calvin (if he were seizure free) so we could go on a vacation! perhaps some day my wish will come true.
    love, christy

  3. Dear Christy,
    I have been practicing staying in the question lately....and after reading your wonderful questions, my response is: Wow! And what else is possible???

    Living and Being the Question, in the Realm of Infinite Possibilities! How does it get better than this?