Monday, January 16, 2012

New Year's Resolution


So it's been entirely too long since I wrote on here. Yes, I was back in the hospital again for a 3-day stint. This time, Three nurses blew out 4 veins. I'm still bruised and swollen and feel worse then when I went in the hospital to begin with.

I don't know what the new year is to bring, but I do know it's more pain and torture. My goal for this year is to try and write here at least once a week. Would like to do more, but I don't turn on the laptop that often anymore. I received a Kindle Fire for Chistmas. I love it. I have dozens of books and games downsloaded already. Has anyone received one?

We lost our beloved Golden Retriever Aphrodite to lung cancer a few months ago and I can't get over the loss. She was the sweetest little gilr. Never asked a thing but a plavce on our lap and a cookie or two. Then a couple weeks later, our handster Yuri went to the Rainbow Bridge to wait for us. Everytime I looat at my photos and see my precious Adonis, I just want to be with him again. I don't have any friend, he has my one and only. I miss him so.

I got hubby a DVD set of all of the Star Trek movies. He's a Trekkie forever. We're on the movie where fist contact with the vulcans are made. Remember it? My favorite is the Whales' movies. The best one I've see. We just finished the one where they went into the Nexus. I cried the entire time. I would do just about anything to go there. Even thought it's not real, it would be real enough for me. Only someone who has lost so much and has suffered so much could ever undertand.

I hope everyone had a wonderful 2012 and all your hopes and dreams can cpme true!


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2 Comments:

Blogger Linda G. said...

Welcome back Gretchen. I, for one, will be happy to hear more from you. I wish there were a way for me to take away your hurt and pain. If thoughts of you could take away the hurt and pain, it would be a done deal.

You might remember that Bob gave me a Kindle for Christmas 2010. I LOVE it!

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Blogger Tossing Pebbles in the Stream said...

Pets are just on loan to us. Sadly, the price for the joy that they give us is the sense of loss when they are gone. My Great Dane, Heidi, has lived about half of her life expectancy all ready. I often think of the pain and sense of loss I will have when she is no longer by my side.

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