Tuesday, November 30, 2010


I feel like I haven't written anything of real substance for... well, a while. But tomorrow I'm headed for what will likely turn into a full two week hospital stay, during which I will have A LOT of free time on my hands. You know what that means? Lots and lots of blogging about completely random things. Lucky you.

I have a few posts rolling around in my head; I've even started two of them. I promise I'll update as soon as possible. I also promise that I'll try not to complain too much, and that at least one of those posts will be about something OTHER than how much I miss my kid.


  1. Thanks for your comment. My computer had broken and I didn't get around to replacing it for a bit. =\

    I'm sorry to hear you have to head in for a tune-up. On the bright side though, what a great way to start off the new year -- healthy!!

    I think all of your posts are 'of substance'...have you seen regular blogs? Ummm yeaaaaa (mine included) your posts 'lacking substance' are far more 'substanced' (<-- not a real word) than those! haha I always enjoy your posts. I really like the 30 days of thanks post. What a good idea. (and the post where shylee thought you wouldn't allow a christmas tree --made me laugh out loud.) Yes, its safe to say I thoroughly and always enjoy your posts.

    Keep writing. You'll be in my thoughts for a successful, speedy, manageable hospital stay. =)

  2. Hoping your hospital stay goes really well for you, and you're in and out of there before you hardly realize it; with stored up energy for the New year.

    I enjoy reading all your blogs and am looking forward to the next as always.

    Sending many healthy vibes your way!!!

  3. Jenny, I just wanted to say that you are awesome. I'm just glad that you are and are continually getting things taken care of. Yes, you know what I mean. In high school there is no way you would have taken the time to go to the hospital.

    As the others have commented, I also enjoy reading your blogs. Who would have though you would become such a great writer. Get feeling better and yes write about missing your kids as much as you want. After all you are only human and a human mother to top it off.

    Love ya, Mother Goose

  4. Oh Mama Goose, it makes me so happy to read your comments. You and your family have been a very big influnece on my life! I'm so glad I always had a second momma keeping an eye out for me. Thank you for your sweet words. Love you!

    P.S. How cool is it that you have, like, this secret alias? "Mama Goose" It's so James Bond-ish.


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