Thursday, March 02, 2006

He's Alive, Alive I Say

Ok ok, I’m hear and alive. I’ve been so consumed with everything else lately that I kind of put my blog on the back burner. Sorry to everyone who I left hanging but thanks to those who’ve been checking up on me to make sure that I am still enjoying the land of the living.

All is well at home. My five year old Elizabeth is starting to read and enjoys reading her short books to Amanda. James my 3 year old is doing well in school and is really enjoys playing with his little sister. We just can’t get him potty trained and it’s driving me nuts. Amanda is almost 2 and doing very well. She is starting to sign and is very mobile. She has developed such a personality over the last couple of months that she is actually a little person now. My wife is in school to become a physician’s assistant and is holding straight A’s in both her biology and anatomy / physiology classes. As for me, my life doesn’t change much and is as pathetic as it was the last time I posted:) I’m getting tired and in need of a vacation but I know that it won’t come until the summer. I just want to lay on the beach and listen to the waves crashing against the sand while a gentle breeze blows. I yearn for that first shower of the day after I walk in from the beach to get all the sand off (you know the one I’m talking about.).

I’m not depressed even though it may sound like it. I’ve just been nursing my left foot that I had minor surgery on and am coming of the amazing journey I had with my very best friend Mr. Percisett a.k.a. Pain Killers.

So I’m alive and well and looking forward towards an even better day tomorrow.

Cheers.

9 comments:

Kim Ayres said...

Glad you're alive and (almost) well!

Asher Hunter said...

Sounds like life is hectic, but filled with colour and love. Glad to hear you're doing almost well!

RNP said...

So glad to hear you are alive and well-well mostly well.

angela said...

glad to hear you're still with us. we've missed you!

Stella said...

Delighted to hear you are alive and that all is well with your world.

Tara Marie said...

Ouch.....thinking of you and your busy family.

Lori said...

I know what you mean about the sandy beach. It would soothe the soul. So glad you and your family are doing well. Have a fast recovery!

Carla said...

Just found your blog. Thought I'd read it since I too am in Pittsburgh and one of my kids has DS (she is 10). Looking forward to reading more about your family and Amanda's progress.

Kim Ayres said...

Alive, but comatose, clearly...