Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Shuffling Out Of 2014

Usually I'm  thinking that the old year slides out and the new year slips in.  This year I'm more into the "shuffling"  mode.

These have become my good buddies. But the real gems have been good friends and my wonderful family. Jack and the boys are always ready to help and encourage my shuffling . Each day brings improvements.  The physical therapists are pleased.  Me? Glad to move forward and thankful for the offers of help and meals sent...but most of all, the prayers offered.  Enjoy your celebration tonight.  Good bye 2014...It's been an interesting year!

12 comments:

selvageedge said...

I'm glad that you are improving. Here's hoping that you'll be up and running soon. Happy New Year!

Cindy said...

Thinking of you!! Stay strong and you will be out and about before long!! Happy New Year!!!

Shady Del Knight said...

Hi, dear YaYa! It certainly has been another eventful year. I am very happy to learn that you are taking baby steps forward and making steady progress toward complete recovery. You will continue to be in my thoughts and prayers as we welcome a new year.

Happy 2015 to you and all your loved ones, dear Kathleen!

acorn hollow said...

So happy you are shuffling along so nicely
cathy

gin said...

Wow glad you are shuffling around already. Happy new year!

Hilary said...

Keep on healing, Yaya. Happy, healthy New Year to you and yours.

Rick Watson said...

Shuffle on Yaya you'll be dancing this time next year.
R

Stacy Crawford said...

You look fabulous even in surgery. Have been praying for your here. I hope you are shuffling well.

Karen Whittal said...

I miss one blog, and this is what i come back too, get better soon. All the very best for 2015 I have no doubt a full recovery is imminent..lots of love

betty said...

Slow and steady and you will be back on your feet in no time. Happy new year,

Betty

Susan Anderson said...

Sounds like you are doing well. And that makes me happy.

=D

Happy New Year!

littlesunshineegirl said...

Good to know things are going well!

Happy New Year and may God bless you evermore and help you with the healing process!