Friday, June 10, 2011

A Very Long Year


I logged into my blog and noticed that it has been over a year since I have even attempted to write a post. I know I loved to write so I am going to try and keep posting this year, but we will see how that goes.

Wow, where to start? I am still going to the same church and I am getting ready for another wonderful vacation bible school to start at this end of this month. The one I help out with last year was great. I had such a wonderful time and I know the kids did too. I think they had the most fun pelting me with marshmallows when I showed them how to make slings. I am so glad I used marshmallows instead of

I have had a lot of ups and downs over the past year but I think I have done well with dealing with them all. One of my very best friends just passed away this year. Stacy was only 35 and a great and wonderful person. She helped me to see the person that I was and the person I can be. For those of you who know me well you know of my many fears. For all those reading my blog for the first time I have been afraid for many years of going places and being around people. Stacy helped me to seek help and now I can go out alone and do things and not feel fear( as much).

Everyday is a new day and I feel less afraid. The past year for me has been a fight to become as normal as anyone can get. I just wanted to be able to walk out my door and go to the store with out fear. I have accomplished that over the past year. Now I feel somewhat normal because I love to go shopping now, like most women

I have been baking a lot and I plan on posting a lot more recipes so keep checking back and using the recipe button to give you a faster link to them. Well i guess this is good enough for my first post after over a year. Have a great day everyone and God Bless.



Amel said...

I was shocked to hear about Stacy from Michelle Dawn. Really shocking. I hope the family gets all the peace and comfort and strength that they need.

I'm HAPPY to hear that you've learnt to enjoy being outside and shopping, too. :-D That's WONDERFUL progress. THUMBS UP for you, Sindi! And I'm glad you have a group of church people who make you feel at home there. :-D God bless you too!

Michelle said...

I am so proud of you for all the progress made. Keep it up.

I'm still in shock over Stacy and the kids and Steven are still in my prayers.