It is so nice to have Daughter back on track. She had a busy day today, and handled it all well. After worship and Sunday School, I dropped her off at the workshop's dance. I ran errands while she danced with New Guy. After we got home, she got ready for track practice and cleaned the bathroom. The respite worker took her to Walmart after practice so she could get a Mother's Day gift for me. (Daughter's idea).
She got home from that just in time for the youth group cook-out at the park. The weather cooperated and we had a good time. It's been a long day, and I'm tired, but I can't believe how much easier life is when her medications are doing their job and her brain is working properly. She is cooperative, thoughtful, and generally pleasant to be around. I hope that this will continue.
Tomorrow I am getting a real day off. It will be the first Monday in quite a while I haven't had something scheduled. I intend to take the day completely off-- I'm not going to do any church work or even stop by the hospital. I may even stay home all day! I'm looking forward to a quiet day here at home.