Wednesday, July 23, 2008

More Babbling

Thanks for all the support in my family's time of need. We still don't know much (the doctor's bedside manner left something to be desired) and the doctor didn't tell my grandmother. My uncle had to tell her. She may not have cancer but it is very likely. I pray that it isn't cancer but if it is I know she has the strength to survive. My granny is in good spirits.

So we told my other uncle about it and do you know he hasn't even called my granny. This man lives no more than 15 minutes from us but no phone call, no visit, no nothing.

Why do people get mad at you when you point out the obvious and point out what they already said? I try to look out for you but I am wrong. I know you are going to do what you want to do but I am just reminding you of all the things that you have already said.

I am going to see "The Color Purple" tonight. So excited!


laughing808 said...

Family can be like that some time. When my father told me about my grandmother, it took me a week and some days before I went to visit. So maybe your uncle has to process the information before he can make the contact.

I am in no way condoning his lack of contact, but merely offering another point of view.

At any rate, I do pray all works out best for you and your family.

Anonymous said...

Oh no! I am praying for your grandma, your family, and you!