Thursday, July 31, 2008

Not the way I wanted it to happen

Holy Cow! I have managed to set a new posting record for a month. Sixty posts, good grief, that is a lot. Of course this is not the way I wanted to have 60 posts, by having such a distressing thing to write about.

I just took my mom to the airport. She is going on a way fun trip to Navuoo tomorrow. A big thanks to her and all her help. I wouldn't have survived the week without her.

We are still waiting to see if today is the day of our parole. I swear I slept last night, but I feel more tired than ever.

So I feel to tired to be witty and wax poetic right, now. But I didn't want this milestone in blogging pass by with out comment.

5 comments:

Kris said...

Wow 60 posts, We are praying they let you out today. Good luck!

Eliza said...

I'm so glad that you are coming home. I'm the lucky one that gets to bring you your first meal. I want to make a feast in celbration, (but I don't have that much time on my hands). I will make something yummy (I hope) for you to enjoy and if you don't, at least you didn't have to cook.

peacekeeper said...

are you home??? i am on pins and needles for the update? we love you and hope that the discharge orders are being processed. it will be soon.

April said...

Total Stranger Comment: I really hope this ends for your guys soon and your son returns to good health quickly. I can't imagine being in your shoes with my own kids. Yikes. You are amazing! I say that cause you are still functioning. Honestly, I think I would have lost my mind by the time I got to the point you are at.

If you get out on parole I hope you are able to take some time for yourself as jared regains his strength. Seriously, someone deserves a day at the spa... even if someone else gives you a gift certificate to one (hint hint people that know her in real life).

I hope the hospital is quick about the release when it does happen... I hate it when the doctors tell you that you can go home and 4 hours later you are still sitting ther :P UGH.

Chin up! Things will all work out.

Pat said...

April, welcome to my blog and thank you so much for your kind words of encouragement.