Sunday, September 26, 2010

Not Quite Emergency Room Worthy, But.....

Yes.  Wallene.  Again.  When isn't it this kid?  Please go check out what she has done now.  Thanks.

She had to change her blog because it was interfering with mine - you can find her here:

If You Knew My Mother You Would Understand Why

Catchy title, eh?  The Will is being rewritten as I type this.


Sandra said...

I went to her blog. I love how she makes reference to you as "Skippy Mom!" I'm sorry, but your nickname always makes me want peanut butter :) That's a good thing!
Your daughter is a beam of sunshine and light!

Jeannie said...

For some reason, I didn't find my way back here when I checked Wallene's blog. Nasty! Ow! even!

Try to take the melatonin 40 minutes before bed as it doesn't kick in right away. Sometimes it works well for me and sometimes not so much which is why I took 2 the other night. I think it's probably best taken regularly - something that our fluctuating hormones interfere with our body's ability to produce itself. I think my sleep quality is at least a little better when I take it but it isn't a knock out pill

Calandreya said...

This is meant for a post that I don't think you sent. Yes, you can feel like an orphan at ANY age. Our relationships with our parents are strong. No matter how old you are, you always believe you can go home again - until you can't.

I'm very sorry for your loss. It took me six years to recover from the loss of my mother. Get as many hugs from your family as you can.

Jeannie said...

I'm so sorry. Yes, you can feel like an orphan. My husband did at 54.

Grieve well and completely.

Rudee said...

I am so sorry for your loss. The post you removed was still readable in google reader, so I hope you don't mind me posting on this one.

And yes, it's possible to feel the way you do. If I could hug you, I would.