A journey in words...

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Monday, November 30, 2009

Good News / Bad News

Bad News: My friend’s dog died on Sunday; she got hit by a car. It was nobody’s fault really, except maybe for the lawn guy who whacked a hole in their fence and failed to tell them. Matty was a good, cute, sweet, shy dog with red fur and it really, really sucks.

If you’d like to, you can read about her here as written by one of her owners.


Look for the entry for Nov. 30th, 2009.

Some people should own dogs; it’s good for dogs and good for the people involved – and these two friends of mine who lost their companion on Sunday are two who should own dogs. I may be a cat person but we’re all pet lovers; and I’m just so sad for them right now.


Good News: Our son Kyle turned 19 today. I never thought I’d have a child, but I married into one and I’m grateful to God for giving me this family – child included. The past nine years went by so quickly; he went from shy kid shorter than me who never talked to this incredibly bright, funny young man who towers over me in what feels like the blink of an eye.

Happy Birthday, Kyle.


Bad News: Ted seemed to be coming down with the flu, so I took him to the doctor’s tonight. Yes – Ted has the flu. Since I was already there, I got myself checked out too and I have an inflamed sciatic nerve (that’s the big one that runs from your butt all the way down the back of your leg to the foot). Four to six weeks healing time.


Good News: I asked if I could still exercise despite the injury, and the answer was yes – just go easy and stretch stretch STRETCH. The doctor actually recommended I stay active to promote faster healing.


Very Good News: I got weighed at the doctor’s office and I have NOT gained any weight since my last weigh in, which means I made it through Thanksgiving without adding any pounds.

So there it is… a good news and bad news kind of week.

C’est la vie.

1 comment:

  1. Sorry about all the bad news, but I have to say you have *really terrific* attitude :) Keep it up. The holidays are the hardest. It's not a race; as long as you stay ahead of the curve you're still winning. Go you!

    (oh, and of course, a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY. Love ya my dear :) )