Saturday, December 20, 2008

Day 16 Shop until you drop

I have not been able to shop until today. So I have been out for a long time today shopping. I am so tired but I bet I was the happiest shopper out there. While everyone is flying through the parking lots to find a place to park I am just like no big deal I will park where ever. As I am walking through the stores I am just wondering around enjoying being out while everyone else is rushing and stress out. Life is just to short to get caught up in all the crazy stress. Lets not forget what Christmas is all about. I am not. And yes I am about to drop!

Lots of bracelets are in the mail as of today. Thank you for wearing them. I will give a list of states Monday so we can see what we need to cover. Nicki I saw you have a friend in IN will see if they would like to wear a bracelet for her state? Thanks so much for helping. Also I am receiving the coolest ornaments. They mean the world to me. I will take a picture in the next few days to show them off.

Praising today and everyday. Still BELIEVING!

2 days until my blue eyed Savannah is 10


Sheryl said...

i had to smile at your description of being out among the shoppers. that is how i have felt this week as i have been able to get out!! after 18 months of being home i am thrilled to buy toilet paper - ha!!

oh, also wanted you to know that my card came today. i am thinking that there "was" a bracelet in it. however, it was not in the envelope. wasn't sure if i should say anything.

enjoy doing the "normal" things. you sure deserve it.

Joyful said...

I so enjoy stopping by here. YOU encourage me! So glad to read that you are doing so well.
Continuing in prayer,

Emily Tallman said...

I am so glad you were able to go shopping! Thank you for reminding us to stop and enjoy the simple things

MiMi said...

What great news that you are doing so well! We serve an awesome God!

Anonymous said...

Cindy, Stephanie told me your test results came back clear -PTL. Sounds wonderful that you are able to get out and enjoy some shopping or just enjoy being out. It's amazing how things that bothered us before (like finding a parking space) are so un-important now. Cancer really changes the way you look at things. Courageous lady, I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family. Continuing to pray.
Hugs, Gayla

The Patterson 5 said...

May we all enjoy each moment just as you are doing! Thanks for sharing your shopping day with us!