Monday, December 22, 2008

Catching Up

Just wanted to wish you all a very Merry Christmas. Thank you to those of you who sent me Christmas cards ... I hope you have received yours from me as well. I have been so darn busy with Christmas parades ... daughter's cracked elbow & her refusal to wear her sling ... remodeling 2 rooms in our house .... my granny took a turn for the worse last week. She was in the hospital for a few days. She's back home but there giving her until the new year at the most before she passes away. She has no will whatsoever to go on living. She had a feeding tube inserted & that's when it all started going down hill. Once oxygen hit the tumors ... they started growing fast. The radiation isn't helping her at all now! Let's see ... oh as of this morning my hubby decided NOT to take the GS9 job cause whoever wrote out the job description wrote it up wrong. It's actually a temp job that Obama has stated will be going away when he becomes president. He doesn't feel civilians should be teaching the military so all temp jobs (which now all of the sudden this job is) will no longer exsist. So back to the air field he goes. Oh well ... it's not a horrible job. Now I'm off to the bone specialist hpoing that Daughters elbow has healed properly. I'll post photos later today.

13 comments:

Sugar said...

hoping dtrs elbow is healing well. & sending prayers for your grandmother.
huggies...

Lisa said...

Emmi, I have been wondering how you were doing, I'm so sorry about your grandma hon, praying she has a peacful passing, if you need me I'm here for you, Love and Hugs Lisa, P.S.Hope your daughter's arm is better !!!!!!!!!!!

Chrissie said...

Hi Em it's nice to see you're smiling face.
So sorry about your grandmother. It is so hard when they don't want to live any longer. I hope she finds peace soon.
I sure hope your daughter's arm is healing right. She could have some problems down the road with it.
What did you remodel? I wanna see after the new year when you get a chance.
Well be thankful for a job so many are without now days and it will get worse after new year.
I hope you and your family have an awesome Christmas and I want to see pics when you come back.
Hugs, Chrissie

Hollie said...

Bless you & your family ...so much going on. Sending prayers your way

Rose said...

Love your photo!

Enjoy your holidays. Hope your daughter's elbow heals quickly.

Hugs, Rose

Maria said...

Wishing you and your loved ones a very Merry Christmas!
Hope your daughters elbow is healing well.
Sorry to hear about the "almost" new job for your husband. It sounds disappointing. But maybe the New Year will bring you more luck in that area.
Very sorry to hear about your grandma. It must be horrible to been told you just have a few days to live. I hope she will have an easy passing....if there is such a thing as an easy passing. I hope she will not be alone when she has to go. Hugs, Maria

Missie said...

I hope your daughter's elbow is healed!

Merry Christmas!

Shelly said...

(((Emmi))) Prayers for your grandmother and your daughter. Sorry the job didn't work out too. But I hope you all have a wonderful Christmas and a very happy New Year. Love, Shelly

Teresa said...

I'm so sorry about your Grannie.. sending positive thoughts towards you and your family. I hope you have a wonderful Christmas. Blessings, Teresa

D said...

hugs my friend.. sending good vibes and prayers your way. Merry Christmas

Dannelle said...

Emmi, your redecorating of the site is marvelous! Love your pictures but sorry there is sadness in your family- Tell that DD not using the sling will cause her problems later in life(I know this first hand)- YOUTH, they know it all, God bless them anyway!
Thanks for the card- it was the first one I recieved. Only got four cards this year and one was from a car dealership! I love to send and recieve cards but it is so expensive anymore- (sigh) Have a Happy and miracle filled Holiday- Love, Dannelle

Melissa said...

thanks for the update

Karen said...

Hope your daughters elbow is healed. I pray for strength for you, to help you during this time with your grandmother.

Have a very Happy Holiday!

Take care,
Karen