Whenever the rainbow appears in the clouds, I will see it and remember the everlasting covenant between God and all living creatures of every kind on the earth." Genesis 9:13

Saturday, December 24, 2011

Doing ok.  Nausea better. Cried a bit today which I've not done much of.  I have rested a lot, colored (boring), played 2 games of Sorry, and worried a lot about what "holiday cocktail" and hospital version of "prime rib" will be like.

Have good Christmases wherever you are!


Anonymous said...

"OK" and "better" are good Jen!

Christmas will be fine but like I have always said, Christmas is just one day of the year that I should be celebrating the birth of Jesus. And remember too that your family will be there for you to celebrate the holiday when you're ready.

Not sure about the holiday cocktail, but I imagine prime rib would be hhhmmm... interesting?

Jen? Hard to see now, but I think you may look back on this Christmas and consider it a gift. Certainly not a traditional gift, but a gift none the less. I hope this proves to be true when you look back on these days of Dec 2011.

And remember that, no matter what the day, you are thought of often, and loved much.

Blessings to you always and forever.


Anonymous said...

My Christmas just took a 180...became totally horrible...ghastly family stuff poured out like venom, cruel and searing. It's late Christmas Eve and I just fed a pony my daughter cares for. It was sobering to be in a dark stable, getting water and hay. Jesus' birth wasn't pleasant and cute like a Christmas card. The next song on the radio was "the little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay." He came into a broken world, knowing we suffer. I need to ponder...and maybe I can cry, too. Not so good at that.

I wish I could comfort you and make this all go away but all we can do is forge on one step at a time. B's comments are encouraging as always.

Goodnight, Jen. Rest well. You will be in my prayers.

Love, Michal