Cody came home last weekend for a few days, as he leaves for Honduras in a few weeks for the summer to paint the interior of the new temple. Exciting for him. Hard to believe he will have been home from his mission there for two years come June.
Anyways, he got a severe case of the Flu, which sent him to bed with a high fever, and multiple other symptoms. He missed his ride back to Utah. In his ill state he has gone between Skyler's queen size bed, and the Family room couch.
A few nights ago, I was up for an hour in the middle of the night, as most menopausal women can relate, with both Cody and Skyler asleep on the sectional, with me on the computer. When my boys began their speaking "in the night"
Skyler was telling some people they were not welcome, asking them why they even thought they could be "here". He was upset one minute and then laughing the next. I kept asking him if he was okay, and he would just respond with a mumble or a "huh?" Yup...In the Night!
About ten minutes later, Cody starts speaking in Spanish for a sentence or two, and then.."Heavenly Father, please guide our paths back to thee, bless us with the Tranquility and Peace that we seek to help us to know that Thou Art There. We ask for Thy Guidance and reassurance that we are walking the path that would be pleasing in Thy sight. In the Name of Jesus Christ, Amen."
"Cody", says I, "are you awake?" Nope "In the Night".
Ahhh the differences of our children, and the interesting things you hear "In the Night".