Archive for September 11, 2007

Silver Linings

Thank you for all your prayers and thoughts blogger buddies!  As always, things have settled down a little (or I’ve learned to cope with the new chaos) and the silver lining of my recent cloud of nonsense is showing. 

Apparently jail had more impact on my lost daughter than all the words and actions we’d thrown at her over the last five years.  She may not recognize her TRUE worth, but she knows she’s better than jail.  The grandgirls are back with her, and with me on the weekends while she works.  She goes to court on the 24th, we have high hopes that the case will be thrown out the window.  Aside from the fact that it’s a little tougher writing a novel with the sounds of three little girls enthusiastically counting out dance steps to Bella Dance and one baby pounding on the door saying “nana” or “up” (that’s the only two words she knows)…life goes on. 


September 11, 2007 at 6:43 pm 15 comments

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