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Monday, December 19, 2011

We're Back!!!

Hello Evfurryone,
We are back, Yeah! - Or at least, I hope we are.

Pellie was not feeling very good and so we just could not get on the computer very much.

Actually Pellie wants to tell you all about that herself; but I told her since it was officially mancat Monday I had to do a short post first.

We did catch up on a lot of sleep and I got lots of extra hugs and I gave Pellie lots of love and head buts - so that was good. However, we missed you all very much, and that was the real hard part. Did you miss me?

Well Pellie is starting to push me off the chair so I guess I'm done for today.


Hello everyone,

It's been a long time since we have gotten to visit with each other and I have missed you all very much.

Way back the first part of October - I was Lucky enough to get the Chickenpox - a disease I had been previously immune to. Fibromyalgia is suspected to be an auto immune disease so it must have really messed things up for me; and at age 61 years young I was blessed with a childhood illness. Take it from me - it was no picnic. I would have rather dealt with it when I was young - like I did all the other childhood illnesses. The older you are the harder you fall. So while the rash cleared up in it's normal two week time period - the rest of me lagged behind in the recuperation department. I felt like a very washed out and limp dish rag - unable to do much of anything.

As each day brought just a little more energy to me - I noticed for some reason my eyes burned and hurt and I was unable to be on the computer for any length of time. I really don't know know what was up with that - maybe they just couldn't handle all the extra sleep and protested. I am able now to get on and stay on for maybe a half an hour - so I will try and post a little more often and get around to visiting all of you soon, but please be patient with me.

I want to thank all of you who e-mailed and commented your concerns - you are truly friends of the heart and my heart is so happy to call you friend.

I also want to thank my dearest Sir Knight for all the love, care and understanding he imparted on me during my illness, way beyond the call of duty. Especially the understanding - yes honey, I do realize that I was a very poor patient and on occasion a poor excuse for a person too. I also want to thank you for keeping up with all my emails for me - so my inbox didn't become daunting (even if you claimed you didn't know what you were doing when it came to the comment moderation stuff and Facebook stuff.) Thanks gain for everything Love you honey

Hopefully this is me waving goodbye to the Doctor for a good long while.

Hugs to each and everyone of you.


Brian said...

I sure am glad your Mom is doing better, and we've been missing you too!

"Auntie" sezzzzzz... said...

Oh-my-goodness-gracious, I was soooooooooooooo glad to see a comment from you, in my blog!!!!! I had wondered and commented, and finally thought you were simply gone from Blog Land.

But no! You were awfully, awfully sick. Oh my Dear! I am so sorrrry. I had 'em in High School and that was bad enough. But I didn't get Mumps till my daughter was in HS. No fun, those childhood illnesses in later life!

Rest!!!! Get your strength back. No worries about blogging, until it is no strain on you. We will be here.

Enjoy your Christmas! Quietly and peacefully and calmly. "Auntie" sezzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!!! ,-)

Gentle Christmas hugs,

"Christmas won't be Christmas
without any presents."

~~Opening line of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women"

Queenie Believe said...

So glad you are back! Take it easy and I hope you feel better soon.
Have a great day.
Always, Queenie

Katnip Lounge said...

What an ordeal! I had chicken pox at 15 and THAT was no picnic.
Thank goodness for kitties and Good Husbands, they are worth their weight in gold! Or kibble.

Jan's Funny Farm said...

Oh, dear, we were hoping you were off working at something fun, not sick. Glad you are feeling better.