I am working on getting back to everyone from PS; so if I have not answered you back I will shortly. I have debated on whether I should share this on my blog or not, but decided that I would rather share and hope you understand than have you think that I just don't answer back in a timely manner. I read something on a blog last night and I was going to share it with you and now I cannot find it, but as soon as I do I will share it. What I read is why I have decided to share with you and hope that you don't mind me going on a little about myself.
I have been married for 31 years and just like all couples we have had our ups and downs. However, in the last couple of years we have had the hardest time in our married life together. My husband had been out of work for almost 2 years and just like so many we have had many issues to deal with. Along with him being out of work and the stress factor that goes along with that, we are both sick now. I was diagnosed with an autoimmune/blood disease last September and there are times when it takes everything I have to just get out of bed. I am so grateful that I have been able to continue working because I believe that helps me keep my mind occupied and off of not feeling well. I still have not come to terms with it, nor have they found a way to help me yet, so I continue to hope that one day I will find something that helps the enormous amount of pain, fatigue, and weakness that I feel on a daily basis. I think the biggest thing is that both me and my husband went for the first 50 years of our blessed lives with no illnesses other than maybe a cold or something little and now for both of us to be sick on a daily basis is quite an adjustment, which neither of have done very well at.
I thought I would share the very first Angel picture that I made a while back when I first started to create. I misplaced the picture for a while and then I made a few mistakes on it so it took me some time to fix it and then I misplaced it again:-/ So now I have it scanned into my computer so hopefully I won't lose it again.
Thank you for taking the time to listen to me go on about myself.
Warm Regards, CindyLew