Friday, 19 December 2008

For Better Or Worse

I am afraid I will have to leave the Blogging World behind for a while.
My husband suffers from Depression and is very bad at the moment.
I will need to conserve my time and energy in helping him get better.
I hope you all have a Happy Christmas.

30 comments:

Boutique Girl said...

Take care, I hope that things look up for you and your family soon. Have a lovely family christmas and I hope to "see" you again very soon x

Alison said...

Oh Honey, I haven't commented before now, but would like you to know that you, your husband and your family will be in my thoughts. Take care,

Alison

SHOEGAL said...

Sorry to hear that, I'll miss you and your fab outfits! Hope you don't stay away too long. Merry Christmas!
xx

Ally said...

We'll miss your pretty face, but family is a priority - I wish your husband well ... and you too!

Merry Christmas!
*hugs*

PS - If you believe in fate or signs at all, the word verification for me is "unbeatin." :)

Kristen said...

You are all in my prayers.

Stacy said...

I will keep your husband and you in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you all are able to have an enjoyable holiday season.

Sheila said...

Take care of yourself, Jane. Hoping that things get better for your husband - depression is such a horrible thing.

Wishing you happiness and peace this Christmas.

Goober said...

Sending you good thoughts.

Take care, and happy holidays.

see you there! said...

This time of year is difficult for so many people. Hope things take a turn for the better soon and that you'll be back blogging.

Peace and Joy to you and the family.

Darla

Karen said...

Oh Jane, I will miss you so much. Please come back later when you're in better shape. Hope hubby feels better soon. I know this illness well. Love, Karen

Karina said...

You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Keep your own spirits up by continuing to take your pictures, even if you're not posting.

A Happy Christmas. :-)

notSupermum said...

So sorry to hear this, but my thoughts are with your family. Depression is such a misunderstood illness, how wonderful that he has you to support him through it. Take care x

KT said...

I'm sorry Jane. It is true what they say, depression hurts. Hang in there!

Imogen Lamport said...

My husband suffers too, and you need to remember to be like the air steward says - "put your own oxygen mask on first, then put them on the kids" because if you don't look after yourself, you can't look after your husband.

Hope he gets a bit better too.

Love and hugs.

Marcia said...

prayers for you, your husband and your family....this time of year takes quite a toll on everyone...

Michelle@Life with Three said...

Oh, Jane. I will keep you all in my thoughts and prayers. Take all the time you need and we'll be here when you get back. You'll be missed!

K.L.R. (aka Kayleigh) said...

Oh how I will miss you!!! But I understand, I've had my own battles w/depression & anxiety so can relate totally.

I'm wishing you and your family strength, comfort, peace & love during this time. You will be thought of warmly and my hope is that you will return sooner rather than later.

(((((((hugs for Jane & fam)))))))))

Jane said...

Tears are streaming down my face as I read these messages of love and support from across the globe.
Please believe me when I say you will never know just how much comfort and strength those words are giving me right now.
May God bless you all.
X

ebinbaby said...

Jane you do not know it but you have been a HUGE inspiration to me this year!!! Not only for your shopping ban (which I plan to start in the new year), but also for your commitment to your writing.
Depression is such a debilitating disease - my prayers are with you. I wish you and your family much peace and happiness for 2009.
Linda

a cat of impossible colour said...

Oh dear, I'm so sorry to hear that, Jane. All my love and best wishes winging your way from New Zealand.

A xx

Martin Edwards said...

Jane, I'm so sorry to hear this and send you my very best wishes that things take a turn for the better soon.

Rev Iam said...

Jane,

I have only just started reading your blog, but was really impressed at how you had taken on your challenge. You have inspired me to "Work My Wardrobe."

I am so sorry to hear about your husband's trials. I work as a chaplain, so if you need an ear, feel free to email me. My biggest area of concern is offering caregivers support. So, be sure that you take care of yourself as well.

You are in my prayers.

notSupermum said...

Thinking of you today Jane, hope your family has a wonderful day. x

Cat said...

I wish you and your family all the best. I hope you do continue your yearlong wardrobe challenge, even if your not blogging it. It sounds like it has been good for your family (saving money) and good for you (a creative outlet to lift your spirits). God bless you and your family!

Kristen said...

Merry Christmas Jane!

Karen said...

Merry Christmas Jane. I miss you and your blog a lot. HOpe things are good at home! Love, Karen

The Daily Wear said...

Oh Sweetie, I suffer from depression myself it can be crippling. Take as long as you need. You will get through this. I hope I'll see you blogging again soon!!

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