Saturday, May 23, 2009

I Need Someone (Specifically, Margarita) to Fill Up My Water Bottle

I miss Margarita. She's been gone for almost a week now.

Just a little example of how thoughtful Margarita is: she fills my water bottle ever night before she goes to bed. Every night. She never forgets. So, every time I drink my water, or even look at my water bottle I think of her.



She's doing fine-my parents are there with her now. They said her team did a great job on their performance yesterday, that they were very confident and commanded the attention of the audience.

Two more sleeps and she'll be home. :)

11 comments:

Ballerina Girl said...

I bet they did a great job...and your parents must feel so lucky to be able to be there!

See you next week!
BG

Janice said...

I've never been away from a child that long! I am sure you miss her, even if she never filled your water bottle.

Gabriela said...

Janice, of course I would, I just keep seeing my water bottle and start missing her even more. :) She'll be home in the morning. Yay!

Calandria said...

I'm glad she'll be home soon. What a great opportunity for her! Did your parents say if she misses her family?

Maine Mom said...

That is so thoughtful and sweet of Margarita to fill up your water bottle every night.

I hope she had a fun time. Your parents are awesome to make the effort to go see Margarita. And for the record, I think $120 is more than enough spending money, too. :-)

Head Nurse or Patient- you be the judge said...

I have that same water bottle! And boy howdy do I know what you mean about funny little things triggering your "childsickness". I miss my son so bad some days, I think it is crazy! He won't be home for 4 months- but I don't think he will fill my water bottle for me, unless I ask that is.

I can't wait for your update on how she did on this grand adventure!

Fabiola said...

You must be very proud of her and it is such a wonderful thing that your parents could be there to witness her success; )

Fabiola

Mama Ava said...

Hee hee. Every night I fill my water bottle and carry it upstairs to my bedroom on the 4th floor. Every morning, my ayi comes and takes it away. I never remember to say anything until that night when I reach for it to brush my teeth and have to schlep back down to the kitchen.

I wonder why she doesn't realize that I WANT the bottle up there? Then I realize I'm just as silly...why don't I tell her?

So you see...I think of Ma every night, too...

k-squared's mom said...

Margarita must be back by the time I post this comment. Please congratulate her for us.

nikko said...

What a sweet girl!

Kari said...

I bet they did great! I can relate to the "little things" make you miss them--enjoy the welcome home party! :)