Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Plans for My Blog

Most likely I won't be writing again until after I get to Seattle. Time is short and unless I am up in the middle of the night again, I want to spend as much time as possible with my family. So this is a short goodbye until I pick up again in Seattle.

FYI: We have also been having endless problems with Comcast, both with our internet and home phone services. We are working with them to get it fixed but as yet, both services are hit and miss. So if your call hasn't been returned, we most likely didn't get the message. Or one of the three phone answerers didn't pass it along... With internet access spotty, I plan on trying to get caught up next week.

Many of you have asked if my blog will be updated while I am in Seattle. Yes! I will keep writing for as long as I can. Then Craig will be posting updates occasionally. I am also going to ask Misty and Guy (who the boys will be staying with when Craig is in Seattle with me) if they will occasionally post about how the boys are and what's going on in their lives.

Thank you to all of you who have complimented me on my blog. I enjoy writing and it's also cathartic. And it seems the most efficient way to keep people posted. I don't always send out emails when I have written new entries, so feel free to check the site anytime.

Thanks for the suggestions about turning this into a book. It feels good to know that you think it's that interesting. But I really can't imagine anyone would want to buy it. I just don't think anyone who doesn't know me would want to read about all of this stuff. But, again, thanks for the compliment!


kami said...

Your story touches people and if we can educate others, turn a hard heart into a soft one, or touch anyone, then that is worth reading!!!
There is going to be such purpose in all this crazy messed up disease, when you are HEALTHY once again!!!!
Thank you Sally, for who you are!

Terri and Rich said...

Hey, Sally It is 5:15am in the morning and I am thinking about YOU! I am so happy that you became a patient in our office as I have had an opportunity to become friends with a beautiful and courageous woman. I just want to tell you how proud I am of you. Hang in there and remember that you are loved by Terri Byrd!