Friday, June 20, 2008

Dining with Ashton

The many faces of dining with Ashton
6 months old
Ruby Tuesday
Jonesboro, Arkansas




Toodles

Striving for a world without Myasthenia Gravis


4 comments:

Cara said...

Hello again!

Hope you and Jim are keeping well. How are the grankids?

x

Cara

My Semblance of Sanity said...

He is precious.

Wondering if you had any luck with the html?

Go back and retry - sometimes the scroll doesn't scroll the whole way and you miss a letter or two and that will mess it up.

ragdoll said...

Cara!!! Where have you been, girl?? I tried to get to your site, but it was restricted. Please tell me you are back. Would you believe it is just in time for me to go for a treatment today. See the entry just before this picture video, and that may explain to you what has been happening.

Jim had his surgery, and at his check-up Monday, the first thing out of the doctor's mouth when he walked into the room was, "The cancer is gone!" That is following the pathology report. They got it ALL!! Forgive me for being so excited. When I get through with my treatment - let's hope for no adverse side affects - he thinks he'll be able to be at home being able to take care of both of us.

Also, have you read about the affect of my MG drug on me relative to the success of IVIG treatment. I will be talking that over when I see the doctors' tonight.

Let me know whenever I can get into your site again.

The kiddos are doing great. My granddaughter has been sending me cell phone pictures, especially of the new baby Alexander, born May 23rd. Pictures are scattered all about where I have used them liberally to fill in while things have been a bit busy. And, HEY, my vision is improved, and I am enjoying working on the photos with improved eyesight.

Till later kiddo! Take care, and I hope you will open your site back up.

Ragdoll Billie

ragdoll said...

Hi Michelle. I took the code and put it into a no-wrap text file, and found a blank space. Deleting that did the trick, and all is moving as it should. Having HTML and animation as a background sure came in handy in knowing where to look for a problem.

I have not had a chance to see what you've posted about the relay, plus I've seen some things I want to post, and since I am headed to Memphis for my IVIG treatment today, I will try to get an entry posted before we leave town. I know you have not had time to check things out on my blog, but if not before, once I get to my room, I will then be online, and have time for doing that - PLUS - trying to keep up with my own daily posting.

I wanted to do more, but just could not bring it all to gel for me, so it was post as is, or maybe not at all. Posting a second time was preferable to not posting at all!

Please read my entry of "Have your graphics, and Myasthenia Gravis too," still being able to have your graphics even though you have Myasthenia Gravis with limited eye sight, and hand control. Your "It's 4 the kids" site is very impressive!

I have quietly been keeping up with all you and the others have been doing. It is thrilling to know there are such able, caring hands and bodies in the "publish my heart" arena. Just "let go and let "Dod" have his way in your life, and you will see "miraColes!"

Stopping by to see you just as soon as I am set up in my room at the hospital. Keep the Spirit up and moving!

Ragdoll Billie