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Friday, May 23, 2008

Checking in



Thanks for your kind comments ~

I'll return as soon as possible to this delightful community and am looking forward to sharing a bit of the 'blind side' that so quickly struck.

Sue

21 comments:

paisley said...

well its about time... i have been scouring the web looking for any little tidbit of info on where you might have disappeared to... girl,, you had me worried... write or email or something......

Q said...

Dear Sue,
Glad to know you are okay.
I was concerned. Looking forward to hearing all about "blinded."
Sherry

Jo said...

Praise be. Been so worried.

Noah The Great said...

I was concerned, too.

I'm glad to see you're well. (Or as much as you can be.)

Tiel Aisha Ansari said...

*whew* I was worried! Welcome back!

Carole 9watermaid) said...

I have been away myself, but have been looking for your posts since I returned.

giggles said...

So glad to know you're okay! I've had lulls in my blog posting and reading. But you can not be forgotten! I know you felt buried under that snow for so long, hopefully you are now enjoying some sunshine, in more ways than one!

Hugs Sherrie

tumblewords said...

ICU and I split the path - I'm taking a road oft traveled. Learning new skills such as walking, talking and remedial spelling! I'm hoping to gain home release very soon but walking is the big issue- this is the second time I've run this guantlet and I may decide to blog information which is in short supply but with long demand. Poetry words are beginning to log - I'm anxious to get back on track.
Thanks again for your compassionate comments.

Jo said...

Oh Sue, I'm so sorry.....thank god you're okay and still with us. I'm sending every get well vibe I can muster......hugs,

J

Carole said...

It sounds as though you've had a tough time, and after that long winter of snow too. I do hope that you are able to return home soon.

I will keep checking your page.

gautami tripathy said...

Sue, it is good to see you. I have missed you. Do take care of yourself.

Hugs!

texasblu said...

Oh my - we missed you, but take your time - health is #1... :)

HUGS!

anthonynorth said...

I, too, was getting worried. So good to hear from you. But take it slowly.

paisley said...

i just today realized that you had posted a response here.. girl.. i was so worried about you,, and i am so happy to hear from you.. take your time,, just let us know you are ok...ok???

Linda Jacobs said...

Damn, being sick sucks! Sending waves and waves of healing!

giggles said...

I hope you are up and running soon. Sorry to hear about your set back! I think of you often! Take care!

Hugs Sherrie

paisley said...

i know you know,, but i figured it would be easier to do it from here than email...love you XXXOOO

paisley said...

i had to change my domain name to whypaisley.com please change your links and or feed as necessary

all you will have to do is remove the - from between why and paisley,, everything else will remain the same and will redirect you to the correct page.... sorry for the inconvenience...

Whitesnake said...

There was I thinking ya had died and gone to heaven.

Funny aint it 12,000kms away and this poor soul thought ya had parted company with us all......go figure........

But YA BACK and life can now move on........

Lucy said...

hey sue! I've missed you too! Hope you are back in the blogging business soon and feeling good as new in no time. Best wishes and lot's of hugs being sent your way. ♥

Scott Clawson said...

Well, another month has gone by and I have been to busy to write. But for good reason, a little over 3 weeks ago Angie and I were honored to take into our family two foster boys. These boys were not strangers to us as we had knew them most of their lives and unfortunately we watched as their family disintegrated two years ago. And then the phone call came from Social Services, they had been in foster care for two years and now needed a new home, most likely permanently. Without hesitation we said of course as we had discussed it many times before and now they are here. Brandon age 14 and Richard age 15. But what leads me to this e-mail is this; Richard had to do a writing project and had to write poems. I already knew he was quite the artist, but after reading his poems I realized he had a talent at it too. So I started a blog for him so that he can showcase his work. I hope to put some of his drawings on next week and also hope that one day he may become comfortable enough with his blog and his talent to post them himself. So if you get a chance, please stop by and checkout his work, it would mean a world to him I believe to notice people reading his poetry. The two poems I Am and Reach are based on the popular video game Halo; if you don't know the game you may not understand their story. You can find his blog at Vahalla. Thanks and hope all is well and we are praying for your complete recovery. Take care, Scott.