With the desire to bring closure to things in Indy, Jenny has begun the mass e-mails of things that need to be accomplished before the move. My favorite was her desire to see our water frog (that we are not taking with us) one last time. Appearantly, it was in a place that she could not see it easily. I would have considered not seeing that mutant frog a blessing. Anyhow, I brought it down to the table and I had her eat breakfast with it one day. She also took advantage of our last testimony meeting in our current ward to have me read her testimony over the pulpit. Jenny is a bit nervous about the move- mostly because she will be without her power chair and computer for a few days.
She continues to make micro improvements with her speech. She still makes her best sounds in the morning, so I try to quiz her when she wakes up. She does not seem to know what to say, so I give her things to try. In a few months she will be so good at saying “Mark-is-cool”, and “booger”. Maybe I need to change up what I have her say.