Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Not Much to Say Today

Still in the hospital.  Easier to lay on his back, so he has spent the 
week in bed  

Hopefully, we'll be coming home on Friday or Saturday (probably Saturday). 

He's watching the game from his bed right NOW!   

The next door neighbor's house that I showed you all lit up last night... trust me... this is unbelieveable!  Maybe they are human after all! 

Maybe they are having a party! 

This beautiful  old shirtwaist house is all boarded up on a street 
near the hospital.  It is surrounded now by commercial developments... apartments... 
but it was a grand old lady in it's day.  
There are homes still maintained and lived in across the street, out of camera view to the left. 

I noticed a giveaway on the Pioneer Woman's blog 
it's a North Face jacket.  Yum, for winter. 

Here's another one, a Pfaltzgraff china giveaway for 

To all our Canadian friends and readers... we are so very, very 
sorry for the sad things that happened in Ottawa this morning.  Our prayers have 
been with family of the young man who lost his life... and all his 
countrymen.  A horrible, horrible thing. 

Keith will be having two procedures tomorrow we believe, and I will be 
at Paiton and Jax's school at 9 AM sharp to watch Paiton in her first kindergarten program. 

Can't wait! 


  1. Mary Ann,

    I'm hoping Keith gets to come home soon.
    Sending prayers to the both of you.

  2. We are hoping for Keith to get better tooo, and come home.
    Were also very sad about what has happened in Canada!

  3. I don't always comment but I always read and more importantly we're always keeping you both in our thoughts!

  4. Get Well soon Keith. Sending positive vibes from Ireland

  5. I'm reading this on Thursday morning so by now you are probably at the program. That would be a treat to see ! Hope those procedures for Keith go well and that he gets home on the weekend. Praying always!

  6. Neighbors can be from a different planet. I decided that years ago.

    I hope Keith is feeling better soon. Prayers and blessings being sent.

    Those poor old grand houses. Just like us, they get rickety in their old age.

    take care,

  7. So what is wrong with Keith? I missed a few posts about this. Looks too young to be in the hospital.

  8. Hope that you enjoyed your time at the program.
    Great picture of the old house too. Hope someone saves it!

    Sending best wishes for Keith.
    Is he going to do dialysis?

    I don't know if you knew this or not... but our daughter has kidney disease, and she had hemo and peritoneal dialysis for some time before she had a kidney transplant.

    Thinking of you both.


  9. Wishing Keith the best!
    I'm sure the program will be cute. Enjoy.

    Take care.

    M :)


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