Use the Stairs!

Sorry to have been so scarce.

Arrived home and have been settling back in and finally the Internet is back working. I hate using dial-up! This is the main excuse for not posting.

I want to thank all the neighbors for their help getting me home safely. Bob dug a path down the stairs so I wouldn’t slip in my inapproriate shoes.

Joan created a big stir when she picked me up down town after MARTA dropped me off at the Moose Lodge. Found out I was the talk of the town when I arrived with my big suitcase and seemed to have the transport world in the palm of my hand!

Emily graciously ran me out to get mail, groceries, and to do assorted errands on the South Shore of Big Bear Lake.

Finally, Cheryl is helping me get to the doctor tomorrow–for a reassessment and results from the last round of tests.

Anyway, I’ve been trying to put the place back together after months of being gone. The spiders made themselves at home and the place is dusty.

I promise I will be back blogging shortly.

In the meantime, enjoy the video below. I wish my stairs were rigged up like these!


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  • 1
    December 4th, 2009 07:59

    What a awesome community of friends we have. Its rare in this day and age to have neighbors who go out of their way to help another. Kudos to Fawnskin!

    Hope you get all settled before you have to hunker down for all that snow comin yur way. Stay warm, an keep healin–see ya round town soon, and thanks for all you do for Fawnskin.

    Cheers to winter and friendly folk. 🙂

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    GG (Gossip Girl)
    December 4th, 2009 20:44

    Yes, it is so nice to have helpful neighbors and such a pleasure to know that all you have to do is ask–which is a new thing for me. I’ve got the wood stacked near the door, ice/snow removed from the decks and stairs, fridge full of food and just need to cover the exposed wood. I am ready and so are most of the neighbors. Hope to see you soon!