anam_moon: (Vienna Teng)
The talented and generous Vienna Teng is donating her time for local Bay Area Breast Cancer Foundation, HERS Breast Cancer Foundation's 2nd Annual Women's Conference and Benefit Concert on Saturday, April 22nd from 7 pm-10pm (doors open at 6:30 pm) in Fremont, CA at Washington West- Auditorium, 2500 Mowry Ave. She will be joined by Blame Sally and Kyler England.
anam_moon: (St. Lucia)
Lucia Day, December 13, marks the beginning of Christmas in Sweden, Norway, Denmark and Finland. The tradition is dated back to the year 1764. The Lucia has candles in her hair, a red ribbon around her waist and she wears a long, white dress.The tärn-girls have candles in their hands and glitter around
the waist. The stjärngosse-boys have a tall, white paper cone with stars on their heads and a star on a stick in their hands. Usually the Lucia brings a tray with cups of coffee, saffron rolls “lussekatter” and
gingerbread cookies “pepparkakor”. There are Lucia processions everywhere in homes and workplaces and every village elects its own Lucia.
Christmas Season in Scandinavia

Lucia Girl
anam_moon: (Yes?)
Well, Heather won't be here till afternoon. I believe it was around midnight last night that Heather called to say they were heading out; I certainly hope that Justin took a nap during the day. They called this morning at a quarter till eight to say they were arriving in Red Bluff for breakfast. Hopefully the waitresses there won't hold her being related to Grandpa against her. Naw, Grandpa loves teasing people, but he really is quite charming about it. I can't believe how long it has been since I've been to Red Bluff. When James and I were nearing the end of our flight home from Norway we flew over Mt. Shasta. It was an amazing sight to see from the air. Plus, it was a very welcome sight since I knew that meant we were almost home. På hemväg. (It means homeward bound).
anam_moon: (Oslo)
My sister should be here late-late tonight/ early Thursday morning. I wish I had known she was going to be visiting earlier then I could have asked for a few days off to spend with her. I was able to give my Saturday hours to my coworker, Amberleigh so I will get to be there for a dinner for Heather. At this point I'm not sure that there will be anybody there aside from my parents, James, Grammie Furlong, and myself. It will be so good to see her. I haven't seen her since our Vienna Teng house concert. I miss my sister.

[edited to add]: I just heard from my cousin, Gwen that she will be able to make it to the bar-b-q for Heather on Saturday. ^_^ She wanted to know what time it was going to be at...gosh, I don't know about that. I told her that I was making an educated guess of late afternoon/early evening. I was sure my family wasn't going to be trying to throw it together for the morning. ;)
anam_moon: (With Jean!)
The house concert went very well. As always, things wouldn't have run half as smooth if James hadn't been there. He picked up my Grammie Brask and my Great-Aunt Karen, played greeter at the door, helped move furniture, and drove my grandmothers and Great-Aunt home after the show. We drove over to Barnes and Noble at around three thirty to say goodbye to my coworker, Kathy. She has been with us for nine years and really didn't want to leave (she and her husband are moving to Oregon). James and I both got Green tea frappuccinos while there (Damn you Starbucks!)
Almost got ran into over by Raleys. Some woman thought that she ought to be able to back up all the way out into traffic without even checking to see if there was anyone behind her. In a parking lot? What are the chances there would be any other cars or people to back into, right?!
Got back to the house and knocked out a poster for the evening's performance. Thank goodness Dragon showed up early to take photos so I was able to ask her to bring back a can of Fixative. I have a couple cans of it somewhere, but it's lost in stuff after teaching the classes for OK.
It was great getting to see some people that I hadn't gotten a chance to visit with in some time.
Incendio is so very friendly, I got hugs. I gave them the poster I made.
anam_moon: (bork bork)
Sunday-At around one headed over with James and my Mother to my Aunt Patty's house for my Grandmother's Birthday. Her actual birthday was the 23rd, but they were heading up for the ranch in Red Bluff on Monday. =) Got to see my Aunt Sandy, Aunt Patty and Uncle Rodger, cousin Gwen, cousin Alex, my Grandparents, Great-Aunt Karen, and my 2nd cousin Allen.
They made sooooo much food! I swear the counter should have been groaning with how much food it was bearing. Mmmm....fruit, homemade muffins, bar-b-qued pork tenderloin, spinach salad to name a few....mmmm. Yum! The weather has been so mild and nice that most of us sat outside to visit and eat. I seem to have taken up the mantle of one of the family's "Recorders" because I wandered around taking photos of everyone enjoying themselves. I think part of my inspiration is getting to send these to Heather in Oregon. (She'll hopefully be visiting for her birthday in September). Met a young man that is friends with/graduated with my cousin, Gwen. I'm certain they are interested in each other. He seems nice, I liked that he addressed my Grandfather as Sir, and if he isn't nice my uncle will surely kill him. ;)
More Birthday )
My Aunt also found some interesting magic tricks that we played with part of the afternoon.
My Father had stopped by on his one o'clock lunch break and swung back over after he got off work. My Aunt showed us some of her photos from China. She had some very dramatic shots of her trip to the Great Wall, it was a foggy day and in some of them you can see part of the wall leading up to a tower and then fading off into the fog. Very cool. I need more vacation and more money. There are so many places I want to see. Hello? Lottery?
We didn't end up leaving there till about seven-thirty.
anam_moon: (hmmm)
The P-51 flight is being postponed. Apparently my cousin, Sean had something that he couldn't get out of for that day so we're going to have to try rescheduling for later. I think October was the suggested time.
anam_moon: (Black Cat Knot)
I found out last night that my Grandfather has arranged another appointment with a P-51 pilot for August 21st. Back in 2003, around the time that I went to Ireland, my Grandfather made the offer to his kids to pay for them to go up in a P-51 Mustang (the planes he piloted during WWII) and offered to go half and half with his grandkids. I couldn't have even considered it then since I had just spent many dollars off in Ireland, but I am doing much better financially now. My share would be three hundred dollars and I think it would be an incredible experience. I'm a little apprehensive about it, worrying that I will be the one person that it's a little too much for and I'll throw up. I don't think I'm really delicate stomached, but I would hate being the one that it upset. I think I've pretty much talked myself into doing it if for no other reason than being a P-51 pilot was very important to my Grandfather and I think it would be wonderful to share in that with him.
anam_moon: (Valkyrie)
We slept like the dead. I woke up at around four-thirty or so and saw that it was already quite light out. I think I might have fallen asleep again for a bit, but we were out of bed before six and we had a bit more of the quiche that Eva was kind enough to make for us. James was curious what their Saturday morning children programming was like and we saw the most bizarre music video of a man and four women dressed up in baggy cat outfits meowing and singing in a disco video. James tried out the outdoor shower and ran out of cold water very quickly so he took me over to the community shower. It's pay with tokens, Magnus gave us about eight tokens for during our stay. Got ourselves all ready for Magnus to show up. After having breakfast with him he suggested we put together sandwiches, etc. for a picnic lunch while we were out looking at old family homes, etc. He drove us all over the area, pointing out where his mother was born, etc. We met several people and he purchased a book written by someone in the community to give to me. It was a history of who had owned properties and whom they had been sold to so my family name showed up in there several times. He also took us to see a Bronze Age house. After a few hours we found a picnic bench with a great view of the sea and had lunch. After lunch he continued to show us different houses and then he took us to the place where my great-grandfather had been born. We met the people who owned the land now and the wife walked out with us to show us all that was left of the house. Part of a stone wall and a large stone with a door hinge on it. It was up on a bit of a hill and I stood for a while looking out at the green fields and the nearby glen. We took photos and thanked them for letting us visit. Then it was time to go to the family reunion.
There were so many people there, almost thirty adults and some children. Everyone formed a long line to come over, introduce themselves, and shake our hand. It was surprisingly hot out and I wasn't dressed right at all. It had seemed chilly when I picked out clothes at around six in the morning. I don't think they have any concept of skin cancer there. We spent virtually all day standing or sitting in the sun. It was really nice getting to meet everyone though. I got to meet another Petra! We went on a walk through the forest. They had a game set up on the walk through the forest with multiple choice questions tacked to trees. It was a beautiful area, right next to the lake. After that it was time to Bar-B-Q the Ka-Bobs we assembled and they told us that we should be instructing them on how to Bar-B-Q since we're Americans. We told them that my Father is really the master meat griller in the family and that we generally just contribute the meat to be put on the fire. They told us that we needed to stay for much longer and suggested that we call our work and tell them that we would not be coming back. It was nice feeling so welcome by family, they really wanted us to be there. =) I spent quite a bit of time sitting with Magnus going over the photos that I brought for him and the family tree scroll that he was carrying around. I blanked on a couple of the little kids names. They were shocked when they saw the photo that my grandmother had taken of their ranch in Red Bluff when it was snowing. "You have snow?!" Hehehe...well, yes. Some places in California actually do get snow. I thought I was going to pass out for a while there. I ended up having to retreat into the little park house with a restroom and a kitchen just so I could down some cups of water and be out of the sun. Magnus arranged for a nyckelharpa player to be at the reunion so James could speak with him and try out the instrument. The performer, Lennart Dunér played several tunes for us, it was lovely. All of my family was sitting around on chairs and on the grass listening to the music. It was so kind of Magnus to arrange that performance. He really went out of his way to make sure that we felt welcome and got to see everything that we were interested in during our brief stay. I want to learn Swedish. I am going to go ahead and buy the language CDs through my store and see if I can't get myself to at least know more than a few phrases. Ate a lot of good food, they had a lot of desserts, and I ended up drinking a cup of coffee. I liked it. Course, it had milk and sugar in it, but I liked it. When I tried it I turned to James and told him, "My Father is going to laugh at me. I like this." (He did. He said he was going to bring me over to the Dark Side yet). We were there till about nine-thirty or so and then Magnus drove us back to his little cottage in Frosakull and made plans to be there at around eight-thirty the next morning so he could eat breakfast with us again and then he would drive with us part way in the direction we needed to go to get to Goteborg and find our hotel. I gave him the pen that I had bought at B&N for him. He insisted that I use his cell phone to call home and talk to my parents. I wasn't really feeling homesick, I was more tired and sun exposure exhausted than anything else. Poor James' face was really sun-burnt and part of the top of my head had gotten it too. I ended up falling asleep on the couch in the sitting room for a bit while James took a quick shower. Aside from all the sun and the surprising heat it was really a wonderful day.
anam_moon: (bork bork)
James and I had arrived in Sweden! Wow, I was in Sweden. Someone pinch me, I couldn't believe that I was actually in Sweden. I'm so glad that we only bring carry on with us, it makes getting off the plane and getting out of the airport that much easier. We found an ATM and went to find the rental car place. The Hertz place gave us a Volvo! An S40, to be precise. Excellent, now our defenses were in place for us running amok through Sweden. ;) The lady at the Hertz counter was very kind and let me use her phone to call Magnus to get directions to meet up with him. I was feeling so nervous! He sounded very friendly, but I had some trouble understanding him. How I wish that I knew Swedish! That would be only one of many instances that I would really, really regret my great-grandparents stance on becoming American and abandoning their native language. I had James speak to Magnus too so he could get directions from him and then we went off in search of the Halmstad airport. Being the passenger I got to stare out the windows in awe as we drove along beside dense forests right at the edge of town. We got turned around a few times and had to ask someone for directions, but we made good time. Pulled in and started wondering how we were going to recognize Magnus. Fortunately James spotted the model of car that Magnus said he would be driving so we walked over to the man standing next to it. Magnus! He greeted us and embraced me. We agreed that I would ride with him to the little summer cabin in Frosakull and James would follow us. We tried to make conversation as best we could and he pointed out things to me as he drove. We arrived at the little house in Frosakull and he showed us around the place. Very cute, cozy little place. A small kitchen with a breakfast nook, a bathroom, a sitting room, and a bedroom (behind a curtain) with two bunk beds. There was an enclosed outdoor shower attached to the house, but there was also a community indoor shower in a separate cabin. Thank goodness, I wasn't quite brave and daring enough to shower outside, even if I could lock the door. The outside part didn't bother me too much, just the getting to the shower room and back into the house kind of bothered me. I didn't really feel like running around in my nightgown all over the community, but that's just me.
Magnus' daughter, Eva and her husband, Christer showed up with their little black schnauzer dog, Millker. He was only about five months old. Very cute. They asked us if we were hungry so they scavenged through the pantry and fridge and came up with a picnic table out on the lawn covered in cheeses, breads, homemade rolls, etc.
It was nice getting to sit and visit with them. Magnus gave us a shot of a liquor called Flader. Oof! Burning! It burnssses! It's a local alcohol that has had a local flower's petals steeped in it. I couldn't detect flowers, all I knew was my throat was on fire. They asked if we wanted to go look around Halmstad; before leaving Magnus' sister, Marta showed up to greet us and came along. They walked all over town with us; pointing out an old fortified town, showing us the oldest road in town (only really big enough to accommodate a horse and buggy), an old building with green bricks. It was wonderful getting to wander around the town with my family pointing out interesting things to us. After a while Magnus looked at me and announced we were going home to Frosakull. I guess I must have looked pretty wiped out. I was a little past feeling it though, but I still ended up nodding off some on the car ride back to the little house.
Once back at the house Eva showed us how to heat up a quiche that she had made for us (Absolutely wonderful! Delicious!)and we made arrangements for Magnus to come over early the next morning to have breakfast with us and then drive us around to show us the place where my great-grandfather, Paul Brask was born. We ate some of the amazing quiche after they left and then went and crashed. It was after eleven at night and it was still very light out, just starting to get dark.
anam_moon: (Valkyrie)
I was very glad that our flight was leaving at one in the afternoon this time instead of early in the morning. My Dad was able to give us a ride to SFO since he worked at one. I was feeling pretty stressed out...,being trapped on a plane, wanting everyone there to like me, etc. I had myself pretty worked up. Dad made a sandwich and a half for us. We ended up throwing away half a sandwich, but the sandwiches were a good thing to have. Arriving at the airport we went to get ourselves checked in and James was told that his name was on a no fly list. We weren't too concerned, James A. Campbell is a fairly common name. Got that cleared up and then we went to wander around the airport. We were planning on a sit down meal, but we weren't terribly impressed with the selections at SFO and we ended up with not enough time before they were going to start loading the plane. I got the window seat again and I actually made use of it this time. In 2003 when we went to Co. Cork,Ireland I was by the window, but after glancing out of it a few times it made me too anxious feeling so I closed it, but this time I enjoyed looking out and seeing the impressions that man has made on the landscape. It's really rather like looking at a quilt. We were over land most of the time so I had some interesting views and I wish I had had my digital camera out, there were some amazing cloud formations. One in particular was quite awe inspiring, a large pillar of cumulus clouds rising up out of a sea of clouds. While not staring out the window I tried to sleep, but really didn't have any luck with that. I don't think I had even an hour's sleep while on the plane. I did a lot of reading and ignored the in-flight movies. I wasn't terribly interested in watching them. I finished "He Shall Thunder in the Sky" by Elizabeth Peters and got part way into "Lord of the Silent" before we landed in Frankfurt, Germany. The staff at Frankfurt were nice and spoke excellent English. By that point I was just so glad to be off the plane. The landing was flawless though, I couldn't even tell when we touched down. Many of the passengers applauded. We had been in a plane for about eleven hours and it was miserably warm and stuffy in there. Why don't they make airplanes cooler? I've heard they used to be quite chilly. That would be so much better, then I could just bundle up and use the blanket they give out. The food was pretty good on the flight, nothing too exciting, but it was passable. The Frankfurt terminal was very warm too. We wandered around trying to figure out which Gate was ours since they had to switch it a few times due to problems and delays. After two hours we were on the last leg of our journey to Scandinavia and were on our way to Sweden.

God dag!

Jun. 4th, 2005 03:38 pm
anam_moon: (bork bork)
James and I have made it back safe and sound. A little poorer, but we had a wonderful time. My family all welcomed us with open arms and we were able to achieve many of the objectives for making the trip, now we just need to win the lottery tonight so I can call my work tomorrow and tell them I won't be coming back, except to turn in my keys. My grandparents are coming over for dinner tonight so I've got to do some stuff to get myself and the house ready before they get here. I'll try to start writing up my account of my trip later. Hej da!


May. 22nd, 2005 03:12 am
anam_moon: (Tree Woman)
Yay! I'm free! Free! Vacation, vacation, glorious, wonderful adventure time! James and I are putting another notch in the passport and will be flying off to Sweden and Norway on Thursday. I'm so excited, but I'm a little nervous. I think I'm worried about the traveling in a place that the official language isn't my own thing and I want to make a good impression. I'm hoping that everything will work out with meeting up with my family and that James and I will get to see a lot of wonderful things, have amazing experiences, and not freeze(I think we'll be fine). I'm jazzed! I bought some last minute things at work tonight. I picked up a couple of language dictionaries that should be easy to pack and a couple of blank paged travel journals. I want to be good and try to actually record my experiences while I'm there and sketch a few things too. James stopped by the store to let me know that he had bought back up batteries for the digital camera and a box of chocolates to give as a gift to our host, Magnus. I'm looking forward to meeting him in person, I hope he likes me.
Better go to bed. Mom and I are both off "today" and are going to spend the day together. =)
anam_moon: (Book Woman)
It's off to work today from three till eleven-fifteen. Ick? Oh well. It was very nice being off on Easter Sunday. Probably the first time I've been off on Easter in at least six years. It was wonderful getting to see all my family. James came with me, I'm sure he felt a little awkward since he didn't know most of the people there, but I only see a vast majority of them maybe once or twice a year. Some not even that. It's not as though I know these people all that well either, but we're family and we like gathering together. There are always people there that I don't recognize. I think some of them may be from the church that my Great-Aunt had helped start. They're Christian, I don't know what makes their group different, aside from the women always wear skirts/dresses and once they get married or reach a certain age they wear their hair up. Obviously I'm not very well informed. At least my Aunt Patty was there with her husband and kids and my Grandparents were there. I know James enjoys getting to see my Grandfather. He never got to know either of his. I'm very lucky that I got to know both of mine. I wanted more time with Grandpa Furlong, but he was a part of my life for thirteen years of it and I know he loved me. Anyway, in spite of not recognizing several people at the family gathering I had a good time. As usual, there was a lot of food and there were so many little kids there! So cute! I got to watch them run around the property searching for easter eggs and their personal box of candy. Cute, cute, cute.
As I mentioned, yesterday was good.
Now I just have to work today, then I'm off tomorrow. Hopefully it won't be raining still or I'm going to have to cancel my driving test. Then I work Thursday. Off Friday for my parents' house concert and off Saturday so James and I can go to the Scottish festival at Ardenwood Historical Farm. Yay! We can stay till it's over, if we like, and we don't have to rush me off to work!
anam_moon: (Lucia Scandinavian)
Almost done with Christmas shopping...only the harder people to shop for to go. Sigh. I hate trying to figure out something to give my Grandmother. Most every article of clothing I've ever attempted to buy her gets returned (not that I can really blame her for that..she's a hard size), she finds gift certificates to be impersonal...course that may just be for giving to others, she can't really read because of her poor vision, she doesn't watch movies, and she only listens to music on the radio. Every year I'm at a loss and I rack my brain trying to think of something to give her. I always get her a calendar of whatever sort of dog she currently has, but that isn't really enough.

An Update!

Dec. 1st, 2004 04:11 pm
anam_moon: (Anime)
Computer at home still no work-ie. Pout. So here I am in the library at Ohlone getting a bit of an internet fix before heading home. We had another power outage in Fremont yesterday for a little over an hour. Not a lot going on, trying to get work done on my final project for my Critical Thinking course, we're having a Focus Group on Friday before I have to go to work. I need to try calling my assistant manager, Kim to tell her that I can't work my regular shift on Friday the tenth, I think it would be bad to not be there for the final. Mr. Peeters was ever so kind and made our Group Presentation project our Final.
With any luck my home computer will be up and running soon. There seems to be some debate about what is actually wrong with it- Heather's roommate's boyfriend originally thought it was the hard-drive, but after describing the problem to my friend, Kyla her boyfriend thinks it sounds like the real problem is the motherboard. Sigh. Don't know, we shall see.
I've gotten a bit of my Xmas shopping done, not nearly as much as I would like though. I was much further along by this point last year. I think I'm probably doing a large portion of that shopping at B&N again, y'know, discount and all. I love my discount. Esp. since the company is trying to show they appreciate us employees by giving us an additional 10 % discount from the 3-12. Employee Appreciation Days. Yeah, appreciate encouraging us to spend more money there, but hey I won't knock it. I was probably going to buy most of my stuff there anyway so I don't mind saving more. =) Saving money is good.
Things are more or less okay, saw several friends recently. My friend, Brisa and her boyfriend/significant other/whatever you want to call it cause boyfriend sounds somewhat juvenile, Scott stopped by my store on Friday. We hadn't seen each other in months and then my mother and I saw her at Red Robin on Monday. When she was our server at Red Robin she confirmed what Scott had told me- she's about a month pregnant. Their baby is going to be soooo beautiful! My cousin, Sean (who got married this summer) and his new wife, Megan just announced that they're about a month pregnant as well. My grandparents are going to be great-grandparents at last! I'm sure my Grandfather will have a grand time reminding us of that. I'm not sure whether this will make me feel less like I have to hurry up and provide them with great-grandchildren or more so.
My friend, Kyla stopped by the store on Sunday and I visited with her for a bit while I was supposed to be doing reading from the "bookseller learning library" at work. Oh well, it wasn't very informative for someone who has been there over five years anyway. It was an entire manual on hints on where/how to look for different subjects and sections in my store. I sort of skimmed it and told Kim I had read it. Well, she was only asking that I skim it anyway and I did that, more or less.
I hope everyone is doing well. Take care!
anam_moon: (Ophelia)
I was running so late today for getting to work. I don't know what my problem is lately that I can't get out the door at a reasonable time. Symptom of not being satisfied with my job? I feel like I'm getting pretty blase' about some things- They're not going to fire me for this so oh well. Bad, bad, bad. Need to work on that.
Still pondering buying my friend's car. I just wish I was having more luck finding info on it on-line.
Ack! I can't believe next week is Thanksgiving! I haven't discussed plans with James yet. I brought it up about a week or so ago, but I didn't know then what my family was going to be doing. Apparently the family is meeting in Sunol this year at my Great-Aunt's place; I had been suggesting that I could try to stop by and stay for at least a bit at James' for Thanksgiving, but I'm not sure how we'll coordinate this. It had always been complicated enough with my folks debating back and forth where we were going to be for the holidays, but now I've got to try to add my fiance's family into the mix. My Dad's side of the family meet every year up in Sunol at my Great-Aunt's house, but there has always been the debate from my Mom's side of the family (namely Grammie) that the Furlong side of the family (that lives in CA) is much smaller so we should be with them. I'm hoping we'll succeed in getting her to come with us this time. My Uncle Jeffrey doesn't care about Thanksgiving, he would much rather just stay home with the dog. (rolls eyes) Must try to figure something out with James. I don't want his family thinking that I don't like them.
I started reading the most recent Anita Blake Vampire Hunter novel, "Incubus Dreams" yesterday. I think it's really at the point now that I'm only continuing to read them because I like the main character so much. I don't know...they've just degenerated into tales about her sordid, complicated love life. I was really much more interested in them when there were nasty supernatural beings out to get her. That is still part of it, but in the last couple of novels that seems to really have become a side plot, while her sex life has become the primary focus. I feel like yelling at her to go kill something!
anam_moon: (hmmm)
Worked today, was fairly busy due to the holiday. Spent about an hour and a half at work playing this Barnes& Noble Learning Board Game. Ehhh, it was okay I suppose. It was more interesting than the training videos that try too hard to be funny and end up just insulting your intelligence. Dragon stopped by for a bit during my dinner break. James picked me up after work and is currently playing "Ratchet and Clank III" that he rented, it just came out and he had to give it a whack. He brought over three new DVDs of Eddie Izzard....OOooo...
James had told me, in error, that season one of the TV series, "Hunter" was available out on DVD already, but when he called yesterday he told me he had been mistaken. Drat, I had been planning on buying that as a Christmas gift for Dad. That sucked, however I just cross-referenced this evening on,, and that it will be available January 11, 2005. That's cool, that way I can buy it for Dad's birthday on the 29th. Now I just have to come up with something else to get him for Xmas. Hmmm...
anam_moon: (elle nurse)
I stayed up way too late last night. Even for me! My Dad was flipping channels and discovered a "Hunter" marathon. used to be a family tradition to come home from work or whatever we'd been up to and all watch Fred Dryer's character make sarcastic comments and shoot things.
anam_moon: (Jean In Chair)
My Grandmother came home from the hospital a few hours ago and is doing well. The hospital performed a Cat-Scan and there was no bleeding so she didn't have a stroke. One guess was that she may have some inner ear problem that caused her to collapse in the kitchen and the twitching feet could have been from the blow to the head. My poor Grammie, but she's doing fine and I'm grateful. My Mom took dinner over for everyone who showed up once they heard that there was an emergency. My family has always been very good about rallying together when help is needed. I wish I could have gone over, but I'm so very relieved that she's feeling well. To whoever was listening to me when I said I wanted my Grammie to be okay and put it into action so quickly- Thank you.
Thank you Dragon for calling me as soon as you read my worried post, you are a good friend.


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