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Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Video Spoilage

It was a good day, all things considered. On top of Billy laughing, my Niecely sent a package of many fabulous dvds that came in the mail today. Movies, whole seasons of tv shows, wonderful, glorious distraction. I've spent the evening in non-reality. My heart's not pounding in my chest anymore. My shoulders aren't up in my ears. I just stopped in to brag before heading to bed with my big fantasy-adventure book (Zelazny is a Great Writer) and the Beest. I feel very spoiled. Thanks Niecely (and #1 Nephew!).

Sleep well, everyone. x

10 comments:

Geo. said...

Where do you get these caring relatives? Can I rent any? Glad you're feeling more settled.

The Elephant's Child said...

Have you considered that you might be spoiled because you make people's hearts sing, and it is there way of showing just how much you mean to them? Which is only a guess - but I would be very, very surprised if I am far off the mark.

The Elephant's Child said...

their way. I am not nearly as illiterate as I pretend.

mybabyjohn/Delores said...

Thank goodness for caring family. They sure knew what to do for you.

Austan said...

Geo.- it's a miracle i can't explain. i'll ask if they can be rented. They could use the money, but I don't think they can be bought. They are priceless. ;)

Austan said...

EC- Well, you flatter me. But I rather think it's because they're good people who want to make a difference. Funny thing is, it was on the way before Mac died, and got here at just the right time. So maybe they're part Guardian Angels?

Austan said...

(none of us are, EC) hehe

Austan said...

Lawless, it's like they had a hand of providence in there. I've learned to not question such things. Just be thankful, which I am.

Susan Flett Swiderski said...

I'm so sorry to hear about your sister-in-law, but glad you're feeling a little more settled now. Thank God for all the caring people in your life.

Austan said...

Thanks Susan. Yeah, when chips are down it's necessary that we be there for each other. If for nothing else, it gives us all faith that in the long run, things will be okay.