Friday, December 22, 2006

Christmas Greetings

Starting today, I have eight days off of work, seven of which I will be spending in a suburb of Rochester, NY, with my mother, brother, sister, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, and sundry uncles, aunts, and cousins. I'm really looking forward to a big, Davis family Christmas, although I am a little sad that my husband doesn't feel like he can make the trip with me. I should be in bed right now, or packing, or wrapping presents, but instead, I am checking in with my loyal blog readers, who love me and might wonder where I am. I should have internet access at my uncle's house, but I may never get a minute to myself, so I might not be posting too frequently. And I most certainly will end up behind on my blog reading, so if something extremely exciting happens in your life, please email me at my gmail.com address (juleannwakeman at).

Basically, I just wanted to give another quick update on Jeremy. They found a polyp, removed it, and prescribed some new drugs. Hopefully, this will be the end of it. Please pray that it is.

Also, I wanted to share with you the bestest Christmas greeting I received so far this year. Sarah sent me this picture in an email with the caption "Ya, we are being *really* productive here at work this week...." It made me smile; perhaps it will do the same for you.

7 comments:

The Bloggiest Blog You Ever Did See said...

I love Rochester. Which suburb are we talking here? I lived in Brockport for a year and I have good associations with Spencerport.

timollie said...

We'll be at my 'rents from Sat. evening through Wed. early morning - if you feel like getting together, email me, we're right around the corner :)
Enjoy your family time, Jule - you deserve a break.
Blessings,
Mollie

Alistair said...

It's too bad Jeremy isn't feeling up to the trip, but it sounds like the procedure went well. We'll keep praying for a Christmas Miracle!

It's good to hear that somebody loves Rochester, it's no Ottawa, but it deserves more credit than most of my R.I.T. peers gave it.

The suburb in question is actually Brockport, or more accurately Bergen(the house is in Bergen, but we all went to Brockport H.S. and Brockport Free Methodist Church.)

Jawndoejah said...

Merry Christmas!

I did laugh at that little photo!

Christianlady

twilighttreader said...

A week off? Lucky you.

EarthenForge said...

Merry Christmas m'dear! I'll miss you this weekend. Drive safe, and have a *wonderful* time with your family!

susie1998 said...

I love the photo! That's something I have never seen before, very creative. Of course I am amused easily.
It seems like he has been sick for so long. I pray that Christmas brings healing and the new yeaer brings renewed health and renewed life :)
Merry Christmas Jule Ann
Love,
Susie