This Little Miggy Stayed Home: I Did Not Shred Today

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

I Did Not Shred Today

Tonight I did the opposite of shred...I think I coagulated?  Jellied?  I dunno, but it involved pecan pie and hot cocoa, both of which were topped with whipped cream.  Yeah I totally earned it.  Anyway, I'm signing off for the week as I've got lots of craziness ahead.  

Oh boy...I haven't been feeling super up-beat today.  I'm nervous.  Maybe more than a little.  My sweet little Lamp is having surgery and you know she's got enough on her plate and did you know some people think a person with limb differences is 'scary' and blech!  It's just one of those maybe this is going to be harder than I thought days.  OK I'm done.  I think.  Please pray for us.  I'm not sure if that's a strange plea to give on line to total strangers (even though I've asked before) but there it is.  
Arrrgh!  See?  I'm just off today.  (Deep breath) 
So anyway...

Merry Christmas!  
Have a safe and happy holiday! 

*I don't even remember where I found this photo...I'm probably going to get sued. 


  1. I don't consider myself a stranger even though we have never met, since I have prayed for little Lampy and for you many times. I will pray extra hard this week.

  2. prayers from Arizona..

  3. That is really hard to go through anything that causes pain/discomfort for your child. I'm sorry you have to do that. Hopefully, your sweet little Lamp will go through surgery with flying colors! Lots of prayers coming your way from Utah!

  4. I don't consider us strangers, either. :) I'm sorry you're feeling 'off', though I think it's perfectly understandable. I'll be praying for you and Lamp-- that she'll come through surgery easily and that someone is there for you to hold you and comfort you as you wait.

  5. Miggy, the story about the lady on the BBC is hard to hear about. Why must people be so lame with prejudices?! I just don't get it.

    Maybe there needs to be an all-out media-blitz showing people with disabilities on all the airwaves. You know, a type of "exposure" therapy. After a while, it wouldn't be "strange" to see people who look a little different than most.

    I'm praying constantly for you and Lamp :) It will be o.k.!

  6. Anonymous7:44 AM

    The more prayers the better. It doesn't matter where or who they come from. I wish you and sweet little Lamp the best.

  7. Anonymous8:54 AM

    Best wishes for your little baby girl and the rest of your family.

  8. Anonymous3:13 PM

    I would never discriminate against your little lampy!!!

    You can't be sued if you use an image that was created before 1973 (?), can't remember the exact year,it was in the 70's. fyi