Wednesday, August 26, 2009

I Am Alive...


Yes, I am alive. The other day someone was talking to my daughter and said they still saw my husband out walking, but what happened to the beautiful dog he walked with. She told them the dog was put down two years ago..then he asked..." Is your Mom alive or dead." Whoa..that made me feel kind of weird. Maybe he thought I walked with my husband..I never have. His legs are a foot longer than mine and I could never keep up with him. He also walks at 5:45 and I am still trying to figure out that time of day if I am still alive.

I am alive, but I haven't felt well this last month...okay, longer than that. I won't whine and tell you the details. I am on the mend, I think...

I got to thinking my blogging friends might wonder if I was alive too. I am posting today with hopes of posting again really soon. I want to tell you about a bible study that I have been doing this summer. I have really been blessed doing it.

It's sooo hot here. It seems to me to be one of the hottest summers for me. I don't know how all of you who live with humidity do it. My hair hasn't looked good since April.

I'll close for now and tell you all that I will be back, hopefully in the next few days!

9 comments:

Diane Garbutt said...

I'm so glad you're on the mend, I've missed you, sweet friend!

Blessings!

Diane

a portland granny said...

I'm so glad to hear from you and know that you are okay.

I'll be looking forward to more posts from you soon. Anxious to hear of the Bible Study you did this summer. I did one by Jennifer Rothschild which was only six weeks long. Good study and first time I had heard of her.

Abounding Treasures said...

Patty,

Good to hear that you are OK.

I hear you when you talk about the heat and humidity ~ it's the same way here and I do NOT do well in it!

Blessings!

jAne said...

I understand ... too well perhaps.

((( tender hug )))

Getting over a tummy bug. Lizzie's worse off than me, poor dear. But she has a sparkly thingy on her left hand third finger now which helps in the ickie times. ;o)

Blessings,
jAne
tickleberry farm

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Dear Patty!

So sorry to hear you have not been feeling well, and happy to hear you are doing much better now. Oh my I so agree with you, it indeed has been one hot summer especially in the Inland Empire.:o) Take care my friend and hope to hear from you again soon.:o) Enjoy a lovely day.

Smiles...

Beverly

Mrs.T said...

Patty,

I hope things are still going ok for you and that you will soon feel well enough to write about that Bible study you mentioned.

It is always humid here in the summers and I detest it. In recent years my hair has become more curly (probably because I am keeping it shorter -- I hung onto long hair for years because it weighted down the curliness) and it always looks just awful in the summer. Just part of life, I guess. Anyway, not complaining about the weather God sends, just sharing my sympathy concerning your humidity!

I was praying for you this morning. Hope you can blog soon and share how you're doing!

God bless,
Mrs.T

Heather said...

I'm very glad you are alive ... and on the mend. I'm struggling with poor health too ... and God doesn't turn on the air for us gals at 5:30 am, does he? We're suffering with high humidity and bad hair days too - but after the glorious summer we enjoyed, I really cannot complain.

Tea Time and Roses said...

Hello Patty,

Dropping in to wish you a most beautiful week.

Smiles...

Beverly

Tea Time and Roses said...

Thinking of you. Hope you are enjoying a most beautiful week.:o)

Smiles...

Beverly