Friday, July 18, 2008


Well, I think it's been long enough that I've gone without blogging, yes? Nearly a WHOLE month! Sorry peeps, it's sorta like... if you don't have anything nice to say and whatnot =)

le sigh

Well, things go good, then they go bad and then they get okay again. It's like that right now. It could be MUCHO worse but could also be SO much better. All in due time. Fortunately I have a great support system in my siblings, my congregation, you guys and some really really nice new friends. SO... I can't really complain that much. (but I still do sometimes)

Anyway - camera still missing, I still haven't found employment, I don't know where I'll be living for sure, I have a good lawyer, and some other weird stuff is up in the air - but I'm coping decently well. Friends are good, aren't they?

Hopefully, this rough patch will smooth out a bit in a couple of months and I can knit with some focus again. (and eventually take pictures again, I mean seriously - when I lost my camera in BELIZE it came back to me quicker than this! lol - SO sad)

Anyway, I'm MOSTLY in good spirits - the stuff with my dad gets to me now and again, especially the more I learn about it. SO ..... yuck. But I've got, professionals helping me through that, too =) Professionals are always good, yes? YES they are =)

Take care, my lovelies! ttyl =)


midgeling said...

Good to hear from you again. Just take care of yourself. That's the important part. I am glad you have a good support system surrounding you. That's so important! Just pop in when you can or when you need that little extra nudge from us out here to keepi you smiling. {{{hug}}}

Chris said...

So glad you posted. I think of you often and say prayers. Good luck. Keep in touch.

dropstitchknitter said...

I hope things get better for you soon.

Robin said...

It's great to hear from you...hope things get better soon!

dyedinthewool said...

Mucho hugs to all who need it. It does sound like you have some good support around you. You really find out who are really friends at times of crisis, don't you!