Dear Blogger Friends...
It's been over eight weeks since I last posted an update for you. Not sure how many of you are still checking in... I know...it's been a long time.
At PINKS in Cali Last Month
Yesterday, one of my all-time favorite bloggers and friends wrote me the kindest message and I guess it just gave me the needed PUSH to fill you all in on what's been happening.
So...if you are still wondering where I'm at and what I'm doing, keep reading!
I've shared with you about the car accident that my Mr. AGPMan, our daughter, Adrienne, and I were in last May. Well...for the most part the two of them have healed up and for that I'm so very thankful. It goes without saying that they were, and remain, my greatest concern. However...I still have some lingering issues that are proving to make me both overwhelmed, depressed and, well, kinda scared.
I will spare you the details and only say this:
I'm still under a doctor's care.
I'm still in physical therapy.
I'm still TRYING to create and list on my website (although I'm failing miserably at keeping up!)...
I'm still have my Booth at Serendipity Market in Edmond, OK...
I'm still hopeful that I will regain my health and find wellness in my future.
I'm still trusting God for better tomorrows and remain grateful and thankful for my life.
I would be less than honest with you if I told you this entire ordeal hasn't caused me to reflect a great deal on my life. I understand better just WHAT is important and the things that truly matter.
My big sister and I made it to our HS Birthday Party a couple of weeks ago and that brought me great joy. Wonderful to see old friends and to reconnect. Above is a photo taken that night. I removed an old friend from the picture...it's the only decent one taken of me with my eyes OPEN! (Ugh!) And in case your wondering...this is what my HS friends remember me looking like! Sure do miss my young skin!!!
My Senior Picture 1976
(too funny not to share!)
Very thankful I was able to attend the celebration (it was my school's 50th Birthday and classes from 1966-1976 were invited!). A big thanks goes out to my brother for putting me up and my sis for traveling with me so I wouldn't have to fly out and back alone.
Our Miss Mollie
(a few years ago!)
Our little Yorkie, Mollie (who will be 14 in January) is ill and probably won't be with us too much longer. I've been blessed to have this precious doggie in my home since she was just a few weeks old and we love her as any pet-parent loves their animals. She's seen me through many, many things~both good and not-so-good... Our prayer is that we will know the best time to say a gentle good-bye.
(a few years ago!)
Lastly...I want to share with you that my son, Brandon, will be having major surgery on Tuesday, November 1st. As a momma probably does, I guess I still look at my grown children as "my babies". I'm concerned, as any parent would be, but I know he's in capable hands...
Those here on earth and in heaven.
And so...there you go! I'm pressing on. I appreciate any prayers you can offer up in my behalf. I've missed you all so much.
May God continue to bless you all.
I hope to share more soon.
Love to you~