Friday, April 21, 2006

I tell you I have been a bloggin' fool lately! But ya know it's free and there's not much left in this world that isn't, so who cares, right??? I wanted to say thanks for all the response in my last post. I loved reading your comments, but what I love most of all is that you know what I mean! And you too understand how great our God is. I know at some point in all of our lives we went through some tough times, but I love that we are all still connected through Christ and we will always have that connection. It's great to see people that you went to school with and went through some "maturing" events together, and to see now that God has worked in all our lives in so many different ways is just so encouraging. My mother in law emailed me today after reading my last post and was afraid that someone was being mean to me. Bless her heart, but one was mean to me. I am actually great and very blessed.

Tomorrow Madi and I are going to Post to help my aunts clean out my grandparent's house. It is going to be quite a chore. They are getting old and there has been question about putting them in the nursing home, but they're not ready. We're going to get the house clean, and then have someone come in everyday and make sure they have meals and their medicine. I think right now if they went into the nursing home it would make things worse, and they would probably go down hill a lot faster. But at some point it will be inevitable.

On the news tonight they were talking about the bird flu. I sure hope that this will be one of those things like Y2K was, and it's no big deal. I know we have to have people who are overly anal to take care of jobs like that, so "just in case"...but they were scaring me. It makes me want to become a hermit with my family in my home, until it all blows over.

Anyways, thanks for all the encouraging things everyone had to say. Jesus Rules!!!! That reminds me of that license plate that Celeste used to yall remember that???


Blogger Noel & Celeste said...

Oh, my little green Escort:). That car had some stories (and issues). I think after my 4th wreck (none of them my fault), my brohter suggested that I change that license plate so no one would get the idea that Jesus wants everyone to be in a wreck:).

I'm glad you've been encouraged. Cari Faver was here this weekend, and we had fun talking about good friends like you and Sheila. I'm grateful for you!

12:57 PM  
Blogger CCross said...

Very encouraging. I love reading encouraging notes. They make my day. And yes, "Jesus Rules!"

5:39 PM  

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