Sunday, October 07, 2007

Flint's Tones

Well it's Sunday and I'm in Flint, Michigan with the hockey club and we're struggling right now. In the grand scheme of things, I can honestly say 'big deal', but I love the game and the team, as it takes my mind off of things going on. Granted, things aren't too bad currently. But as with all things Mik, everything is always subject to change without notice... lol... Terri is still putting up a very brave front. She is trying to live despite the diagnosis to the contrary... she continues to keep herself busy with lots of things and still makes it over to spend time with Lou in rehab. I went by Terri's house yesterday before I left for Flint and she wasn't home, but out in front there were a couple of guys who were building a ramp for when Lou gets to come home. It looks beautiful. I guess the couple of guys were from the school that Lou used to work at and wanted to help somehow and figured that this would be the best way that they could. Can't wait till Lou sees it.
I'm going to try this week to start saying hello and leaving messages on your journals/blogs. I have been swamped and haven't had the time to leave too many messages, but please don't think for one minute that I don't care or don't at least read what's going on... I've been deliquent in my duties of keeping up to date with everyone, but I going to try when possible to leave a comment... thanks again y'all for being so understanding... Meanwhile, I've spent any free moments I've had with the gal pal and my life is so much more enriched for it. When times are tough, she's there to keep me from thinking about what's wrong and encourages me to look at what is good and right. She does all this from a wheelchair. Not that the wheelchair deserves any publicity but it just simply amazes me that she impacts lives every single day just by being herself. She has made a HUGE difference in my life. I don't deserve her, but I'm grateful to the Good Lord that she's crazy about me. She has changed my life in a way that I never thought possible. And from a male pig perspective, she's a great kisser too!!! Just thought I'd throw that in for my own benefit... Take care and I'll talk to y'all soon... Love you guys lots,


Riccie said...

Am I hearing wedding bells in the future, Mik, sweetie?! THAT would be fabulous :) And my invitation had better not get lost in the mail...I fully expect one. You guys make a great couple, and deserve every bit of happiness you both can grab. Now. For your wedding gift, I expect my black long sleeved Cherokee tee shirt...ASAP LOL!

Maggs said...

Hi stranger! I think this one is the one. Marry her already!

Have you seen the new SJ jerseys? I bought E and Miss A matching jerseys. Teal and orange is a weird combination.

I have been listening over and over to that Casting Crowns song you gave me awhile back. I was never much on religious music, but I really really dig it! I've also been listening to Matisyahu (jewish reggae guy) and like it a lot too.

You have no idea how much of a difference you have made in my life. I really hope next time you are down here we can meet up. I'd love to have lunch!

Maggs said...

ps-your sisters are in my prayers.

Carolyn said...
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Carolyn said...

I'm friends with Maggs and was being nosy and came by here.

I don't think bragging about good kisses makes you a male pig. I think it's sweet.


(Accidentally left the wrong blog address first time. lol)