October 22, 2007

Oh My

Well, for starters, I haven't posted in so long because we were busy moving, and then when we got all moved in and hooked up to the world wide web, we realized something was wrong with our computer, so after being in the "shop" for a week and a half, the computer is fixed, and I can finally get on blogger and my email again. Honestly, it was probably a good thing that I haven't had the interenet as a distraction for the last week and a half. I have been able to get a lot more done without the temptation of wasting time on the net.

Some of you may have heard that my dad had a stroke last Tuesday. He is okay now (praise God!), but he was hospitalized for several nights and may have to have heart surgery again in the months to come. Thank you for all of your prayers and thoughts for those of you who knew about it! My inbox is flooded with tons of sweet, thoughtful, concerning notes about my dad. I have over 100 new messages that I need to check, so if I don't reply to yours soon, I'll get to it as soon as I can!


Finally, here is a sweet picture of all of my daddy's grandchildren. They all love their Popo very much!

1 comment:

Megan said...

Hattie looks so BIG next to the new baby...i heard from granny that you dad stayed with her today or last night...she was really worried about him...very happy that everythings ok

love ya
Megan

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