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20 August 2010


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I was just thinking this morning that I have lost all sense of "free time", "fun" and "creativity" due to personal/financial woes. I hope you are able to regain the fun & free aspect of your life...and soon!

Pamela Picard

All the best to you Christie. Sometimes we can't see it in the moment, but it all works to our highest good. All is well. You are safe.

David S Greene

Oh Christie, this is just heart-wrenching. Having the house be available is, I hope, a sign that all is not lost. Still, the totally senseless pain of this, AFTER everything you've already endured....In your shoes, I'd just look up at the universe and say "Really? This too? Seriously?".

Hang in, and know your friends are right there next to you (and would be happy to play with Rawley, you know, if you were busy, and some of us weren't 3,000 miles away).


Christie - I can send you loads of HUGS and GLOW for you right now. I wish I could do more. But please know that every day I see the sun come up (OK its usually already up when I first see it) and every day I see the sun go down I will have you in my thoughts.



I'm so sorry, Chrisite, that you are going through such awful stress after an already awful, awful period of major life trials galore. I only hope that the move goes very very well and this becomes a safe and good place for you to heal and recover. Hugs.


Christie, so sorry to hear that things have been so rough. Trust in the strength of your friends and family who love you and will help you through your time of need.

{{{hugs}}} to you and yours.


Saying I'm sorry for all the badness you've been dealt the last couple years is hardly enough. So instead I shall just wish you good luck with your fresh new start. Sometimes when things work out like this (you happening to know someone with a house for rent that fits your needs, just when you most need it) its fate pushing you on the path you are supposed to follow. Go with it and have faith that good things are on the horizon.


Well, all I can say on your behalf is, crap, crap, crap. Thanks for sharing the latest woe. You didn't deserve this. I'm so glad you had some friends with a house to rent. Thank goodness for hounds.


I'm so sorry for your loss--losing a home is rough. Sounds like you landed on your feet, but with a bad knee...ouch! Maybe not such a good analogy.

Good luck with the move. Hug the pups. Often.


I'm wishing you all the best with this new chapter and loads of good luck with the move. And the knee surgery!


All I want to know is do you still have a couch for me to crash on when I'm visiting. ;)


... because it really is all about me. hahaha.


Oh no. I am very sorry. I hope things turn around for you soon! I'm glad to hear that you are having the "problem" of too much work--it's the opposite for me. Do take time to be in the moment with your dogs.

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