July 23, 2007

reality=

I threw up in the Seattle airport. Which, to be honest, was kind of a relief since I'd felt perpetually sick all day and had fought the idea of throwing up in one of those ridiculously small barf bags pretty much all day. At least I made it all the way to a toliet. Ugg. I'm still feeling rather ill. Some sort of island sickness I'm sure.

In other news, Brett and I are off to try and get me a cell phone. And then I'm home to write down all the many things that were water damaged in my moving truck ( turns out my little move up to Washington DID NOT go without a hitch.)...so far the things I'm really sick about are some priceless books ( in my opinion because they are out of print) and my scripture plaque that my church gave my for my high school graduation...other than that-things like my bed and my bookcases...they can be replaced. right?

So, I officially live in rainy and cold Washington now. I thought they said that summers were nice?! hehehe.

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Congrats, back to the states and your new home. Hope you're feeling tops by now.
MRS WILSON ! ! !
luvya mucho.....pawpaw

Carina said...

That sucks the fat one. Hope you settle in well and are happy in your new home.

christa said...

Awwww!!! Im so sorry! I know that doesn't help much but it will have to do. I hope that you get to feeling better and just think of it this way, we can't take any of this stuff with us. But I know how upseting it is when things that are dear to you get ruined. I love and miss you.

Paul James said...

morning sickness? oh you said island sickness...

bummer about your stuff.

Anonymous said...

sorry about your stuff...you don't hold on to much, so what you have is precious. love, aunt donnave

Tda said...

:( Poos ay?
but... on a happier note, wow Abigail Wilson! you're starting your new life. God has so many amazing plans for you both. Remember to blog lots so that we can all live our lives through you ;)

aggierudy3 said...

Howdy! I want to see pictures since I live in the far away land of Oklahoma and couldn't come to the wedding!

I'm sorry the move didn't go perfectly. I would cry if I lost any of my books.

Stacey said...

Oh no. I'm so sorry to hear about the water damage. I know how specail the plaque is the church. I hope it isn't a total loss.

Esther said...

OH NO!!! I am sorry about the water damage to your plaque and books . . . The weirdest thing . . . just this morning I was thinking about your plaque.(How random is that?) I was looking at mine which is still sitting on the floor (never having been hung on the wall) and I began to think of all the scarves I have sitting around my room. That made me remember how you used to have yours sitting on the floor draped with scarves . . . quite a nice display.

Sorry , this comment got a little longer than I intended it to.
Suffice it to say I am very sorry, I know how I would feel if my plaque got damaged.

We all love you very much and hope you will be able to settle into Washington life without too much trouble . . . we know you'll do so gracefully.

Katie Middlebrook said...

Sorry about your stuff :(, but I'm excited to hear you're home safe and can't wait to start reading about your adventures in Seattle!