Wednesday, January 04, 2006

Happy New Year??

While I have a connection I wanted to wish everyone a wonderful and blessed New Year. So far I'm not sure about this year. Christmas was nice but downhill since then. Two days after Christmas my sons sub-woofer and amp that I gave him were stolen out of the trunk of his car. Work has been extremely busy and hectic and lots of hours! Internet has been acting up on me. Connection is on again, off again and some personal things here at home are pretty bad. So....all in all, it can only get better! I guess that's the best way to look at all this. Sorry to sound so down and out. It's early, I haven't had enough coffee and my mind is else where. My next post will be more upbeat - I promise, cross my heart! Wishing all the best for all of you!

10 comments:

Rachel said...

Hope things get better!!

chesneygirl said...

Hey!
been wonder where you've been....was worried something might be wrong.

Hope it gets better for you!

Welcome back....I've missed you! :)

FTS said...

So sorry to hear about your son's Christmas being spoiled.

But -- good to see you online again.

Live, Love, Laugh said...

Sorry to hear about the theft! Hope things at home get better! I was so blessed to get the Christmas card from you!!!

Anonymous said...

Hang in there Jawja! It'll get mo and mo better! Think summer!

McSwain said...

Been wondering where you were! I'll be praying things get better for you fast.

David said...

Wow, I wondered why you were not posting. Sorry to read about all the problems, but I hope they sort themselves out very soon. Hang in there.

Pirate said...

gadgets. when life was easier none of us knew each other.

Suzy said...

Hoping things are going well for you and I'm wishing you the best of 2006....good health, love of family and friends, and faith to see you through the thick and thin times. =)

curious servant said...

I'm with Pirate. I wouldn't mind so much if the most complex piece of technology we had was a bicycle and all the "blogging" I did was letters to the editor and chatting on the front porch.