Tuesday, August 14, 2007


I finally have my computer up and running again.

I will be sharing the thoughts that I have been writing in my notebook while I have been away from my computer.

It has been a resting period for me and one that I needed.

Peggy is doing as well as can be expected for this stage of the disease.

My sisters, Betty Jean and Barbara have visited with her and I will share some of their memories of that visit.

Last week was our sister's week and we all missed Peggy more than I could possibly write. It was good to have the time together with my sisters to remember the past, live in the present and talk about the future.

I love you today, Peggy!

Sister's Week with the three of us was fun but Oh, Peggy.... We all felt the empty place where you used to be!!!!

Mary Louise


trishaham said...

My heart goes out to you and your sisiter's. You have been missed! My prayers are still with you. Peggy and all the family.

God Bless.

kirkbyj05 said...

I'm so glad you have your computer 'up and running again'.  
We all need some kind of distraction at times and the computer is one of those for sure!
Praying for your comfort and your sisters too.  This can't be an easy journey for any of your family.
Take care.
Jeanie xx

pharmolo said...

I am pleased that your computer is back in working order, ML. I hope that Peggy was at least present in spirit, even if she was not there in body or mind. I wish you all strength as Peggy's deterioration continues.

wendy4145 said...

I know sister week's something to look forward to.  I know it is harder now than it used to be.  So glad you have your other sisters and brother who are able to be there for you and eachother.  

I am glad you got your needed rest.  



rdautumnsage said...

Missed hearing from you. I know Peggy's absence must of been hard on all the sisters. Keeping Peggy in my prayers on the smoke! (Hugs) Indigo

ajquinn354 said...

Marfy Louise, certainly feel your emptiness of not having Peggy with you other than in your heart for your Sisters Week.  Know your pain and loss for sure, Sis Mary Ann and I so miss Sis Elaine, who was killed along with her teenage son by a Doctor driving drunk.  She's forever with us in our heart, but oh how we'd love to be able to hold her and tell her how much we love her. Glad you had a chance to rest dear and take some time for yourself.   Arlene (AJ)

amyrangei said...

Glad to hear you are back!