deborah cull

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Time Passes Quickly October 8, 2008

Filed under: Life,Uncategorized — Deb @ 8:59 am

A lot of time has passed by since I last updated this blog.  My husband, Matt, tore his ACL at the end of May and he had surgery June 27.  It was a tough time for us — he couldn’t get up by himself, even to go to the bathroom, and we had just adopted a 4 month old puppy.  I spent time working both at home and at the office while caring for him.  Thankfully Matt is now on the mend and has been cleared to start running. Not to say that he can actually run, but he is now allowed to, which is great!  Matt had some major dental work scheduled the Monday before his surgery, so we rescheduled for the next month.  He’s gone to the dentist once a month for the past three months, and has two more appointments before he is done.  Then in late August I was rear-ended by a man driving 40 mph. Apparently he never saw me come to a full stop.  My car was sent into the car in front of me; the airbags came out and the car was declared a total loss.  It took us an entire month on the phone with our insurance company to finally come to a decent value for my car.  So now things seem to be settling down and I’m able to update!  I will write a few entries about what I’ve been doing since then. I’ve been busy — I went to a seminar with David Williams of Australia, photographed a “Trash the Dress” session, a pregnant friend and her husband, a newborn, and a friend’s son’s first birthday.  Can’t wait to get some pictures up!  Below are pictures of me and my car after the wreck.  If you see me today, you’d never know I looked so beat up right after the accident!

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