Friday, October 19, 2007

Thank You

Once again I say thank you for all the stories and get well wishes for my wife. She is home now finally. The last weeks were very difficult - and I was sick last week with a severe cold, not unlikely due to the stress of the weeks before. This week and next I'm off work on vacation. Already after the days of this week our lives seem to be returning to normal. My wife has to take it easy in the next months, but has enjoyed a recovery seemingly against all the odds. We have so much to be thankful for.

I feel able to write again, and will start soon, posting the missing story for photo 408.

20 comments:

mayuk said...

I am relieved to read this post, congratulations!!!
have a happy vacation with your family:)

weirsdo said...

Yay! Welcome back, and I'm so glad your wife is recovering well.

moonrat said...

yay, welcome back indeed!!

kevin wecker said...

Changes. Paradigm shifts. Altered perspectives. Or simply breaking the routine. No matter the words, these are important in story telling. We are affected by this when it is merely fiction, yet whether it fiction or real, we connect to not only the point of change, but to the reaction of the people from it. It is one of the reasons many will like the story.... There is something about that transition which resonates within us, and we enjoy it more.

In your recent experience (ie. you and you spouse), this challenge and sudden break in the routine, and more importantly, your reaction to it, resonates in me - and from the other comments - in others too. No matter how you feel, it is your story.

I appreciate your willingness to share it with us.

Lorena's Blogbilingüe said...

So glad to have you back and happy to hear that normalcy is creeping back into your life. I've missed your stories. Hope you have been reading mine. Take care.

{illyria} said...

we love you and the family and the stories very much. i'm overjoyed everything's going well. xx.

Frances bo bancess said...

'tis a day to be rejoicing! it is fantastic to hear about your wife's recovery and i hope that you enjoy the well deserved time off.
much love.

Talespin said...

Wow, how much I have missed.

Glad to hear your wife is finally better and normalcy is returning. I really wish I could have written a story for her. Enjoy your vacation!

cirrus spray said...

Fantastic! Have fun vacationing :)

Mavin said...

Glad to hear everything is becoming better. :D Best wishes to you and your family.

Hope writing will help ease the stress, trouble, and pain of the horrible experiences that recently took place in y'all's lives.

Take care

cooper said...

I'm so happy to see things returning to normal.
I'm sure a sort of blogging/real life dissonance occurs when something as life altering as this happens.

I would think a pull to stay in the now and enjoy what you have would be very strong taking away some of the old urge to blog.

I am happy your wife is recovering.

Hugs to you and your family and as always I'll be here when you return. No matter when.

Rest Up Inde.

The Lady said...

Reaz and I are very happy that all is going well. If you need anything you know how to reach us.

Scarlet said...

I'm sorry to hear about your wife, but it's good to know she is able to relax and enjoy her time at home. I wish her a speedy recovery.

sandra said...

So happy you're back and your wife is doing well.

DW2 said...

Glad to hear the good news. Rest and be well Indie. Sending good wishes and happy thoughts your way....

Princess Haiku said...

I have been sending positive energy your way Indie and am very happy for you and your family that things have turned around. Be sure to take care of yourself too. Best wishes

The Mushroom said...

Good to see you -- and your muse, definitely -- back out in the sun.

Princess Haiku said...

Happy Halloween, Indie!

My World said...

We all knew in our hearts and
minds you were with your family.

Thank you for your reply...

Feel free to use any of my photos if they can work for you...

William....

Miz BoheMia said...

I am so very happy to hear that your wife is finally home and on the mend. I cannot even begin to imagine the worry that you and your son must have lived through and so happy that all will be well again. Much love to you my friend and enjoy your vacation!