Friday, May 22, 2009


Is it possible that Jodi could be feeling well enough that instead of just trying to survive the pain she's actually feeling bored? Such seems to be the case. She's had a number of calls from family and friends and a few suprise visitors. It is all quite amazing. The turn-around continues!!!


Karen said...

I bet no one has ever appreciated 'boredom' more than she does today! Way to go Jodi! I hope this trend continues! Thanks for the frequent updates...espcially when they contain good news! Cheers to being bored! --Karen (your cuz)

cathy said...

Yeah! How wonderful. Does this mean we can come and visit? I'm glad you are feeling better.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jodi!

I wish you the best on the Friday night. I hope you are feeling better and I'd take bored over pain any day!

We love you and pray for you every day.


Dustin Orgill

Tami Callister Searle said...

Well Jodi, I think there is nothing better than you feeling "bored" on a Friday night. I am so glad to hear about your progress.


Flints Facts said...

I am so glad you are starting to feel better...even bored! I pray that this continues and we hear of new positive progress each new day!!

Alittle side note...As of 7:40 this evening I am a Grandma, Shailyn had baby Hadley 6lbs 3oz
19inches lots of hair...and mom and baby are doing wonderful.

I am looking forward to seeing you soon, love ya, Kelly

Carolyn said...

Hi. What is this I hear You are feeling bored on a Friday night? This makes two of us. I thought I was the only one in the universe feeling bored on a Friday night, too. David was doing PCC work, the giggly girls having a sleepover and still giggly at 2AM, Andrew feeling so much better after having all four wisdom teeth extracted, and I cleaned freezer!
Boredom is good over pain so this is good news? Right?
I wish you the best in your continual recovery, and well enough to be able to go home soon. Have a wonderful weekend! Take care, and love,

Carolyn & family

Anonymous said...

Jodi, and family,
We are sooo very grateful that you are doing better. Do you want visitors? Are you allowed visits? I still owe you that Smoothie!!!
Love you!
Belinda x

Pam said...

What an exciting state of mind compared to the last many weeks--BOREDOM! A favorite quote on that very subject:

The cure for boredom is curiosity. There is no cure for curiosity.:)

This blog has surely fed my curiosity about your progess, Jodi. Somehow, I think your curiosity levels will be met from the same wellspring that invented this amazing blog.

Beyond your blog, your announcement of boredom has already opened the floodgate of love for you from all of the people who care about you, especially your family. It is such an encouraing sign!

My next prayer: Reveal the fun that the excitement of boredom can bring!