Wednesday, May 21, 2014

Every thing is going so quickly this year

Or I should say since surgery.  Joe dropped me off and Spunky and he went and found a shade tree.  I went up to Dr. Gobbo’s office.  Quite a trek when you have not walked but in the house.  I may be imagining things but I do believe my balance and all is better.  He has to get groceries.  I want to talk him into going to Shopko tomorrow.  I want to get a basket of fresh flowers for Alan’s grave.  He has been gone so long.  I miss him every day.  A parent should never have to bury their child.  Baby, young or old, it wrenches at the heart strings.  My very pretty grand daughter or I should say great grand daughter is graduating.  She is a beautiful girl, but had to really work to be with her graduating class because she  didn’t take her work seriously, in school.  Sounds like me when I was in school.  Must go.  Truly want to read some blogs today.


jack69 said...

Thanks for the update it all sounds good.
I cannot believe you didn't try hard in School? LOL Allof the rest of us did. hahahahahahahahahahaha

You are right, a parent should never have to bury a child...
Thinking of you!

DD said...

Dear Lucy,
I am so glad you are coming along well.
Congratulations to your sweet girl on her graduation!
Have a good shopping trip.


Congrats to your great granddaughter. You are so right about parents and their children. I am so sorry you still suffer through this loss.

Paula said...

Congrats to your graduating girl. I always hated school and would have quit if my Mama would have let me. I know it is still hard on you losing your son. I wish it would not have happened to a nice lady like you.

shirl72 said...

Lucy life is uncertain and I have
learned that over the years. I
never thought I would alone at this age.

Glad you are feeling some better.
Keep the faith life is good,
although we don't understand some
Love You, Joe and Spunky

Sheila Y said...

Glad you are seeing/feeling improvement. Congrats to your g-grandaughter! Wishing you a great day today! Sheila

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