Amy . . .

What would you like to know? I am fun, but crazy. I have a most perfect husband, and 2 cats named Samson and Delilah. We are presently working on adopting a little girl from China and have a separate blog for that. I am a Christian and am working on a better relationship with him. I live in the Atlanta area and love sharing stories with people. I am also a pediatric nurse and I love it! I love to talk and meet new people and I love Disney Cruising

Saturday, June 30, 2007

Saturday

For those who remember about last weeks garage sale and the little boy, I have an answer. his dad came by to get the HOA presidents number and I asked if the little boy was okay.

His dad told me that Josh is extremely social and when there are no kids to play with he has no idea what to do and talks to anyone who talks back. Ha! Then I told him about asking me for money and he said Josh has this new air gun which requires air chips and he is searching for money anywhere since his parents have put a limit on the amount they give him. They apologized and assured me he was normal.

Bless his heart!

If you want to see a very sweet picture, click here!

On another note, I wonder if I share too much here. I don't feel like I do but I also know that I share more here than I do with family and friends, which is actually healthy for me!!

Yeah, people from freecycle came by and took the rest of the garage sale items away to charity for me! Yeah!!!!
That's all I have to say!

6 comments:

annb said...

I found that blogging, which I started while caring for my Mom, was a good way for me to "talk" about the issues involved with caring for someone with Dementia without burdening other family members with all the details! I don't think you share too much, but as you can see, I enjoy reading your posts! I'm glad the little boy is normal and glad to know you don't have to worry about him anymore.
annb

Simone ( Exercising for comments) said...

How much to share?

I think its really important that you feel comfortable - I got to believe that that people are compassionate enough to realise to accept me you and others as they are.

My husband worries that I share too much sometimes - that when one day down the line my "public" on the blog could come back to bite me.

I started blogging in part to face my fear that people would not accept me if they really knew what I was thinking and feeling.

Simone ( Exercising for comments) said...

"public image"

Jenny McB said...

Amy, I don't think you share too much. I like coming over to visit.

That's cute about your neighbor, I can see that with boys and their toys.

When I was a teacher, my blogging was much more reserved b/c of my job. Now that I don't have to worry about students reading my blogs, I say more about my family.

Amy said...

I was hoping the little boy was a socialite! My son is the same way. he's never met a stranger.

I don't think you share too much at all Amy. I know it can be scary in today's world not really knowing who is looking at your blog. I just hope when LynnMarie comes we get to see lots of pics and hear all about her. I guess it's because I feel like part of your family. I know that might sound really strange, but it's true. Being cooped up in my room for the past five months would have driven me insane of it hadn't been for all of you! And God, of course. I know He is the one that truly sustains me, but you know what I mean!

Precious picture of your two babies! My baby went with my hubby today to a car show. David was the DJ and Wensley was the star of the show. Everyone loves an ugly bulldog...you just can't help yourself!

gail@more than a song said...

I thought about you and the little boy last week....I was visiting at my daughter's in Charlotte and we went to the park one day and a strange girl came up to us and asked us to push her on the swing! Then when I was taking pictures of the baby she wanted to be in EVERY picture! And at the pool other children came over and struck up converstaions with us out of the blue! It's probably something lots of kids do, when they're very social.