Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Update

I bought myself a phone that has internet capabilities, and in doing so I am able to post updates. I am sure there is a way to upload pics too, but I havent figured it out yet.

Everything here is working its way back to normal. Lale is doing well, although not 100%. We found out last week that he has a broken collar bone. Which explains why his shoulder and chest werent getting better. Being hit on the head has caused him to be dizzy when he sits up or stands up as well. And he has some crazy mood swings. If i didnt know better I would think he had pms.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

i am glad that everything is getting better for you and your family

Kelly said...

Good to see you online from Honduras. I know you're glad to be home taking care of your husband and kids again.....Glad to hear everything is improving....

Anna said...

I love reading your blog - so pleased to see you can start writing from Honduras:)

Lynette said...

Glad to hear your husband is doing better. It must be very stressful. Hopefully, the dizziness won't last much longer. Take care of yourself, too.

Anonymous said...

YAY! so excited you can keep us updated from Honduras. I am glad things are going well and I wish you all the best! cant wait to here more!

Anonymous said...

I am also glad that you are able to keep us posted from Honduras. I love you blog and my husband is from Tocoa and he has family there! Cant wait to here more!

Heather said...

yeah yeah yeah!
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Olancho Bound Gringa said...

I'm so glad you can update now! I'm sure you will feel less lonely being able to stay in contact. It's great to hear from you! Sorry to hear that Lale broke his collar bone, hope he's back to normal soon.

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