Thursday, February 18, 2010

My blog was taken over by aliens!

Otherwise where in the world did those wacked out comments from my first post of the year come from? I was able to delete all but 1...and that 1 eludes me.

Yes, I know I have been a slacker again. 2010 has not turned out to be the least stressful of years so far. I know, we are not even done with Feb yet, but trust me on this one.

Jim has done well since his surgery, with only a couple setbacks, but they were enough to worry me. But he has lost around 50 pounds so far already!!
Then Kayden got sick with pnemonia and ended up in Children's hospital and got sent home right before her 5th birthday, to end up going right back into the hospital a couple days later. I think they sent her home too soon in the first place. She was so sick and the dr's couldn't figure out what was going on, well the finally diagnosed it as Necrotizing Pnemonia. In a word...serious!!! This is a form on pnemonia that causes the lung tissue to liquify.

The good news is she is back home now and her PICC line is out, but she is still on antibiotics until at least next week, and she is still on oxygen when she sleeps. The are coming into my daughter's home next week and doing a sleep test on Kayden also. Jamie says Kayden's dr's have been awesome, thank God!! We had so many people all over the world praying for Kayden, her dr's and the rest of us and I am so thankful for that.

Then last week we had to make an emergency run to Utah to help my stepson, whose wife just filed for a divorce. Nice Valentines Day gift don't ya think? *sigh* We did get to spend a lot of time with Shaun and Patrick though. And I went scrapbook shopping!! :)

Now we are back home...and I am sick with some kinda flu all those albums I bought in utah will have to wait to be filled when I am feeling better.


Stiber Family said...

go private. then only the ones you allow can get on and no more wacked out comments on your page!

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