Waving Hello

I haven't disappeared from the blog world (and dare I say I never will---I miss you all too much when I'm gone.)  I've been dealing with some pressing problems here at home.  The home renovations ended just before Christmas, but my son and I haven't been well since then. We're thinking that some of the drywall dust settled in our furnace and has been burning and recirculating throughout the house. That's the short version of the story---It's all more complicated than that, but we think we've isolated the final problem and should have it taken care of soon.  The sinus headaches and ear ringing have knocked us back, and the last few months have been kind of a blur. (If any of you have had similar problems following remodeling, I'd like to hear from you. Did you need to have your ducts cleaned?)

I like the way the living room and kitchen look now, so I'm glad we had the work done (or at least I will be when I'm feeling better!) and I am grateful that the stove and refrigerator are no longer in the living room! (Although the fridge was kind of convenient in there...)

We learned this month that our  Lucy, (our almost 18 year old Siamese cat and queen of our house) is in severe kidney failure. The good news is, she's getting fluids every week at the vet, and most importantly, she is happy, getting lots of lap time and snuggling. She still has energy to bat a marble around a box lid.   So, while we may not have her for too much longer, we're happy for the sweet moments with her. She's skinnier now, but still beautiful.

There is so much to be grateful for, even amid the troubles of life. I'm glad you are here visiting!

Have a great weekend~
 

12 comments

  1. Ah, sorry you've been sick and sorry to hear about your cat. How blessed you are to have had her for 18 years! That is amazing...

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  2. Please make sure you don't have drywall from China; after Katrina, many homes were ruined even further because they used that stuff when rebuilding. Also caused health problems. I hope that's not your situation.
    Nancy

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  3. Oh, I'm so sorry you and your son have been sick and for your kitty. :(

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  4. I, too, have had a rough start to the new year. Keep the faith. I'm thinking of you and yours.

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  5. and I like your new header :)

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  6. I definitely recommend the duct cleaning...we have tried to start doing it regularly, and it has really made a difference!! :) So sorry to hear that you and your boy have been under the weather. UGH. And your cat is beautiful. We went through that with our cat 2 years ago, and it was hard. Stopping by from SITS.

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  7. Popped in from SITS! I've been having my mom and sister come over and help me organize-- it's so much easier to be creative when that happens, you know?

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  8. I just wanted to wish you a happy Wednesday.

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  9. Hey Pam! I love that you shared your creative space! Thanks for dropping by. Right now I actually found a sunny spot in our house and I'm working from there! They say we are getting 5-7 inches of snow later, so I am taking advantage of the sunshine!

    As for your cat...yes enjoy every moment, our dog is only 2 years old (an English Mastiff) and we have years of dog drool ahead of us! ;)

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  10. Good to hear you're doing much better Pam. We started remodeling our son's house in the beginning of this month. I know how that dust can get you guys sick. We were covered with dust from head to toe last week. Glad your cat is doing good too. Have a great week.

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  11. Ah, your cat Lucy is so Precious. I am sorry that she is not well. I hope that you and your son are now feeling better. It must be awesome to newly remodeled kitchen. ;o)

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  12. Visting from SITS. I'm sorry to hear about your cat. My cat is 15 & 1/2. I try to appreciate every day with her.

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