Wednesday, December 30, 2009

My landlord thanks you too

Boy -- when you guys rally the prayers, you all mean business!

I feel like taking on something big -- like walking into the worst part of D.C. and when anyone harasses me telling them, "Back off, Jack*! My peeps are praying for me."

I return to work Monday.

*I don't know for sure if it is, indeed, Jack who will be harassing me.


Gwynne said...

Hallelujah! It would've been nice to know that all along, so that you might have enjoyed the holidays, but congrats all the same.

Sisiggy said...

I'm not asking questions -- all I know is I can pay this month's rent!

I didn't mention that at the same time all this was going on, the washing machine broke ($230), and the propane ran out, meaning we couldn't dry clothes ($270) and would have been forced to use electric heat, which is not in our budget.

In general, every single day for the week before Christmas we were bombarded. I literally felt under attack.

And, ya know, it really showed me the stuff my family is made of. We had a nice Christmas. We were like the Whos down in Whoville.

Trasherati said...

Glad it worked out, Cindy Lou...

I just read the saga today - would have sent prayers your way - will now do so on a daily basis whether you need them or not. You know. Just to be safe.

Happy New Year to all the Linguinis.

Gwynne said...

Ouch, that's a lot...God has a way of throwing the bone in just when you think the end is near, but if you weren't so damn tough, maybe he wouldn't wait so long! ;-)

Happy New Year to you and family!

Leslie Shelor said...

Glad to see that things are working out better. I, too, though, will continue sending good vibes your way, just in case!