Comments: Jumbled About

When I read that first paragraph, I nearly keeled over. Read it over yourself and see why that might have happened, given that I'm just catching up with several of your most recent posts.

Here's hoping the docs figure out that balancing act. My uncle had Parkinson's, so I know how challenging it can be. Thinking of y'all.

Posted by Elisson at June 25, 2010 07:05 AM

Gah! I fixed it... thanks! He's about 30 years too early for that and I'm expecting I'll be dead by then.

Posted by bou at June 25, 2010 07:45 AM

Have a good trip, travel safely...and let others do for you if they offer. And don't do as much for others...they'll survive. Run away to a movie by yourself...or go shopping for and by yourself. Hell, stop by here, and we'll run away to the convent for a retreat of time alone...they won't mess with you, actually! No tv, no radio, just reading if you want and peace and quiet.

And as for girls carrying a flat iron around...my daughter has straightened a boy's hair, too. *shakes head*

Posted by Mrs. Who at June 25, 2010 10:28 AM

Get de-toxed and hang in there.
Ruv U Looong time!!! JG

Posted by JihadGene at June 25, 2010 02:57 PM

Best wishes.

Posted by Curtis at June 25, 2010 09:56 PM

If you have to plan anything other than where (the particular place you are headed to) you are going and how you will get there - it's not a vacation! Everything will work itself out so I hope you get out and get to cuddle the Chuppa and just let everyone else tell you where and when you have to be places. Relax. The world will be here when you get back.

Posted by Teresa at June 25, 2010 11:45 PM

peace and quiet - sanity to you my dear, you deserve it.

Posted by patti at June 26, 2010 08:27 PM