Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Well Hello There

Contrary to popular belief, I am in fact alive.
Thank you to all who e-mailed, facebooked, tweeted, and sent carrier pigeons to find me.
I can honestly say these last few months have been hands down some of the most stressful and busy months of my life to date.

Here are a few updates:

* I've had my second nerve block, and it seems to be helping. However, I am having some potentially serious complications. Prayers would be greatly appreciated,
 and my third (and final) nerve block is scheduled for next Tuesday.
*We have a family who is seriously interested in purchasing our house. More on this to come soon, I hope.
*My grandmother moved into an assisted living facility.
*Libby is now officially a kindergarten graduate.
*Hollyn's new favorite saying is 'Hey baby'.

Not enough to bring you up to speed?
I can fix that.

*We've been doing any and every thing to stay cool. This includes ingesting what can only be described as gluttonous amounts of ice cream.

*This past weekend was Libby's Peter Pan gymnastics recital.
 I'm not biased or anything, but she pretty much stole the show.

*Rachel and I have been walking our duffs off, and we're not sticking to the main roads here. I about died two weeks ago when we attempted a trail here in town. I mean, seriously, does this look like fun to you?

Negative, Ghost Rider.

*Kristen has arrived safely in Africa. While I'm itching to hear about it, I've been getting updates from her mom.
She'll be back next week, and I am so excited I can hardly stand it.

*Now that school is out for the summer, Libby has been entertaining herself by entertaining her little sister.

This usually goes pretty well for a bit.....

...and then turns out something like this.

P.S.) For the few of you out there who I have still fooled into believing that my house is always clean, please take a peek at that table in the background. Let me know when you're ready to eat those words.

*This stinkin' baby somehow manages to keep getting cuter.
I'm seriously not sure how she does it.
She must have mad skills, yo, like her mom.

*Libby and I had the most awesome lunch date with the most awesome group of girls.

See the girl on the end in the pink? 
She's headed to Malaysia this summer to do mission work.
Prayers for Emily would be greatly appreciated. More to come on her soon.

*Libby got feathered for winning the state reading fair.

*And she enjoyed a date with her aunt and uncle while Mom got a nerve block.

*And then there was this.

Please don't give up on me. I'm hoping to get back into my blogging routine very, very soon, and already have my next entry planned.

Love me still?


  1. McCall, I enjoyed reading your blog. Libby and Hollyn are too cute. I will be praying for you. I'm not sure exactly what a nerve block entails, but it sounds like it would be an item of prayer. I'm all the way in South Georgia, but if I can do anything, let me know. I don't have a job (yet) so I pretty much have a good bit of time on my hands. Slam ~ Maegan Charlton Stead

  2. McCall!!! Welcome back! Missed ya bunches. Glad to hear you are doing ok. Love you! Mary

  3. Glad you're back! Missed reading about your adventures in life. :) Praying that the nerve block process is entirely successful with NO side-effects. And yeah...LOVE ya!

  4. Yay! So glad you are back! I've been worried about you!


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