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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Go to the doctor and let the nurse weigh you. She weighed me today and said 172. I said "No way". She said yes it is 172. I said no it isn't.
I was looking at the scale and although I had just eaten and drank two glasses of water and had my shoes on I knew they didn't weigh that much.
So she looked again and said oh it is 162.
So if you want to gain weight just let the nurse weigh you
My blood pressure was real good and I wondered if that was right as it was lower than usual.
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QUORNDAWG 6/6/2010 1:58PM

    I hate weighing in at the doctors office as it is usually at the end of the day, on my way home from work and I have all my "heavy clothes" (a lot more than I wear on my normal Saturday morning after I get up weigh ins. So many times I see a 10# difference.

So I never take their number seriously, but at the same time it will show the same amount of weight loss (or gain, unfortunately at times) as I would show at home.

Of course, when I do my physical, it's first thing in the morning, in the summer, so that I can dress as light as possible. emoticon

Anyway, I loved your story.

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LAFFLOTS57 6/5/2010 10:52PM

    Loved your tale of the numbers! emoticon
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THEEXERCISER 5/23/2010 11:43AM

    I am happy to here that your appt. went good for the most part except for the silly nurse.

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DIDMIS 5/21/2010 3:28PM

    Sparkee I am glad I made you smile. I love to smile and laugh and like to make others do the same.

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SPARKEE 5/21/2010 3:12PM

    You make me smile! emoticon

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HOLLY_ROSE3 5/21/2010 9:29AM

    funny! emoticon

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JODIRICHARDS 5/21/2010 8:36AM

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Great story, maybe you should be the nurse!

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LINM15 5/21/2010 1:55AM

  LOL! Love your sense of humor. Keep it coming.

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DIDMIS 5/20/2010 8:14PM

    They won't let me get away without weighing Marcy.
And WOW TEXASDREAMSPINNER. your story topped mine. 100 pounds overnight.

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MNNSAIDE 5/20/2010 8:10PM

    I refuesed to let the Nurse weigh me the last time I went - since I am way over and past Obese.

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CAROLYNVIL 5/20/2010 7:48PM

    that's really funny.

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    Funny! A few months ago my scales went wonky and I gained 100 pounds over night. I knew it wasn't right but I nearly cried just seeing that number. I cleared the scale and tried again and got a much more reasonable number.

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YJNANA 5/20/2010 2:39PM

    You work hard for your number on the scale, I'd fight for the Right number too LOL

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NELLIEC 5/20/2010 11:25AM

    Another way is if they have a digital scale and don't bother to zero it first! That is what happened to me one time. The scale did say a horrible number, but as I thought about it, I realized the nurse hadn't zeroed it before I stepped on. When I reweighed after it being zeroed, the scale was much more agreeable!

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DONANDMARY77 5/20/2010 8:32AM


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    Thanks for a good laugh. When I went to the midwife while pregnant with my children she would always let me tell her what I had weighed at home that morning instead of making me get on the scale at the office. I appreciated that trust and courtesy. Now I weigh in three times a week at a weight loss center and I am always very concerned about how much I have eaten or drank just prior to being weighed and even what clothes I picked to wear that day. At least you LOST 10 pounds as quickly as you put in on, LOL!

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SUNSHINEGB 5/20/2010 5:17AM

    Oh Irene, that is so funny! Think of the upside of it too ~ how to LOSE 10 pounds in a few minutes, just depends on your nurse's eye sight!

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MERALO 5/20/2010 4:09AM

Please tell us who your nurse is...so we can avoid her!

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TIABITS 5/20/2010 1:53AM

    So funny! Thanks for the chuckle Irene!

Take care, Liz emoticon

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DIDMIS 5/19/2010 11:44PM

    The scales were right. She just couldn't read right. What a nurse.
Thanks all for commenting
Anyone want to gain 10 pounds?

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LIL-VIXEN 5/19/2010 11:41PM

    Hi Irene

I think when they weigh you, they don't really give the scales time to balance itself. But good for you for sticking up for yourself.

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HAPPYMOM8 5/19/2010 11:35PM

    Good for you Irene! I would have had a fit too!! Pat

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RENA1965 5/19/2010 11:32PM

    I don't know why doctors insist on people to step on the scale up during the day, they don't take into account we have eaten and drinked before doing so..
I think we should tell them what these inaccurate readings do to our motivation!

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MONTY68 5/19/2010 11:31PM


That is so fun. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.

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Mafia and drug wars in Mexico

Monday, May 17, 2010

Well, every day it is getting worse. They say now there is a mafia in Texas which originates from Mexico.
Also the drug people want to run the government so are killing the candidates who don't go along with them. One disappeared and they don't know where he is. Good people are afraid to run for office.
People are still dying.
People are still afraid to leave their homes especially at night.
I don't know when I will be able to go back to Mexico but we can't let the devil take over.
We must pray and believe. Our church is having a special night of prayer for Mexico I believe the 23rd.
Please pray with us.

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HAPPYMOM8 5/18/2010 11:39PM

    Such a sad post! Our prayers are for the innocent people of Mexico!

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    Only God can heal such a corrupt situation. I will pray for your safety and for the Mexican government. God bless you Irene.

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CAROLYN0107 5/18/2010 3:19AM

    Irene... Thanks for the update. I just prayed for Mexico.

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GRAMMAP1 5/18/2010 12:45AM

    You have such a emoticon for the people, I know this hurts. I am praying for you and innocent people that are in danger...and for the people in Mexico. Prayer changes things. God is able! emoticon emoticon emoticon Jane

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CAROLYNVIL 5/17/2010 11:18PM

    I'll be praying also. carolyn

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DIDMIS 5/17/2010 10:54PM

    Yes it is so sad the police or the national guard can do nothing about it and when one state tries others criticize them. I love the mexican people but don't like what is happening to thme right now.

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MONTY68 5/17/2010 10:43PM

That is so sad that a group of people can take over a country. Certainly something needs to happen. My thoughts and prayers will be with you and the people of Mexico.


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NELLIEC 5/17/2010 10:41PM

    I'm praying!

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MNNSAIDE 5/17/2010 10:38PM

    Irene - I hear that the main station is here in Weslaco

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PAMAPPLE 5/17/2010 10:36PM

    I pray that the people who are commiting violence and drug pushers will be caught and arrested, and that Mexico will be at peace. I also pray that the missionaries will stay safe and be able to carry on the Lord's work. I'm glad you are safe and may the protection of the Lord be with you.

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GRACEISENUF 5/17/2010 10:35PM

    Will do Miss Irene.

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Sunday, May 16, 2010

First of all as most of you know I cancelled my short trip to Reynosa to see the church and Parsonage as well as the pastors. I called Mexico to let them know I would not be going and called the missionary lady here to let her know I would not be going.
On Thursday a politician was shot 3 blocks from the bridge we would have crossed. Then west of Reynosa a ways two more politicians were shot.
I know there is much going on that does not hit the news even here and everyone is in the dark concerning the fear the people live in.
People don't want to go to church or anywhere else at night. They just want to get in their houses and close the doors. I don't blame them. The streets are definitely not safe at night.
I know I will go again but at God's timing. When He says go we must go, when He says wait we must wait.
Slow and easy; stress free.
That is the way weight loss works also. Keep it stress free. Don't expect to lose 50 pounds in two months. Set small goals, know you will reach it then set another small goal then you will arrive.
God bless and continue to Pray for the US and for Mexico.

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HAPPYMOM8 5/18/2010 11:41PM

    Thank you Irene! Hugs, Pat

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CAROLYN0107 5/17/2010 2:10AM

    Thanks for the update on Mexico. I'm glad you didn't go.

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GRAMMAP1 5/17/2010 12:12AM

    I agree with you totally. We need to follow God's lead and if it wasn't urgent, wait and go later. I am sure the people are disappointed but would feel even worse if something happened to you. I still can't get it through my head that weight should come off immediately after you start watching intake. Take care. God still has work for you to do! emoticon emoticon

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DIDMIS 5/16/2010 11:56PM

    Thank you so much for all of your prayers.

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NELLIEBLUE 5/16/2010 11:41PM

    Glad you are safe but so sorry about all the uprising over there it's a shame that drugs can be used for good and evil. It is the money and power they are all after and human life means very little. Will pray for you and your people's safety.

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    May God bless you Irene. Try to stay safe. At least if God tells you to go then you know whatever happens is His will for your life. I will be praying about Mexico and all the unrest there.

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JODIRICHARDS 5/16/2010 6:06PM

    Great wisdom, God's timing is perfect!

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NELLIEC 5/16/2010 5:14PM

    I am praying!

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DIDMIS 5/16/2010 4:49PM

    Thanks to all of you for commenting on my blog. I am glad I didn't go either. Things are not good.

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HOLLY_ROSE3 5/16/2010 2:15PM

    Amen friend!

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MSKIRBY1 5/16/2010 9:44AM

    Things do sound dangerous . Please stay safe
mattie sue

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PAMAPPLE 5/16/2010 3:34AM

    I'm sorry to hear about the shootings but glad you are safe. Thank you for letting us know about what's happening in Mexico.

You're right about keeping weight loss stress free. When we slip up (which I did over the weekend) don't beat yourself up but get back on track and pray for the Lord's guidance.

It is good to hear from you again. Keep us posted!

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LMSTRAW 5/16/2010 1:52AM

    I'm so happy you didn't go. I was worried about you making that trip. I'm really sorry for the people there. I think of the mothers and how horrified they must be for their children. It's such a shame drugs have such a hold here or there, but they make a lot of money so as long as there is a market for it, this bloodshed will continue. The work you do is wonderful and I'm sure the Lord will lead you back when it's safe for you to go.

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SUNNYWBL 5/16/2010 1:36AM

    I wish that the USA people didn't have a big appetite for drugs at any dollar price. The crooks love it and the people of Mexico are paying the blood price.........

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The Ups and Downs of Life

Friday, May 14, 2010

When I lived in Mexico I would often find scorpions in my shower and the tarantulas always looked for me out of doors and would get under my chair when we had outside services. Also one time I felt something in my instep and thought it was a leaf. It was a tarantula.
One time after I moved back up to the border my husband and I went down into Mexico where we were building churches and preaching.
We got a motel room in the best (?) one in town. Well it started raining cockroaches. All of a sudden I woke up. Something was crawling on my arm. It was a big cockroach or waterbug as some call them. I woke my husband and he killed it and told me to go back to sleep.
Then I saw One on the ceiling and he had to get that one also. Then I began to see them all over and saw they were coming in under the door to get out of the rain.
He said, turn the light off and just go back to sleep. I said you didn't have one crawling on you.
They feel creepy.
I would not turn the light off and watched as they multiplied before my eyes. LOL
It was 3:00 a.m. I said let's go home. We had finished what we went to do anyway and the rain had died down. I said I am not going to sleep anyway and I will drive the over 100 miles home and go to bed in my own bed.
I won as he saw he wasn't going to sleep either.
We have ups and downs in every aspect of our lives and eating healthy and exercising is no exception so we need to get back to home base and start over.
Don't let the cockroaches and tarantulas, chocolate and ice cream get the best of you.

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    This blog completed freaked me out! Awful, awful situation! We stayed in Oaxaca for about a month and my memory was just flooded with all of MY exerperiences with bugs in that part of the world. Shudder! When it's me versus a scopion I GUARANTEE you that I will win. No matter what!


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YJNANA 5/15/2010 1:56AM

    Oh Irene, i am itchy just thinking of bugs.
We had CR in Calif. I know how aweful those things can be. If I saw that many I would be sleeping in the car. But even the car has holes to climb into...............yuck.
I think I am loving WA. we have so much rain, the bugs don't stand a chance LOL. I would hve drove home too.
Now I hope I don't Dream about bugs tonight, dang.
I have had horribe nightmares about bugs before.

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DIDMIS 5/15/2010 1:30AM

    The scorpions are the worst as they can really do a lot of damage when the sting.
Thanks for all of your comments. emoticon

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DDCLEADER 5/14/2010 9:38PM

Irene Dori and I can relate to that the first trip to Harlingen for Dori we walked into the hotel room and there was a plumbing issue so we went back to the office and they gave us a new room. When we walked in the was a cock roach on te floor. I was exhausted it was like 11:30 or 12 at night but Dori insisted that she would not stay there so we went to Motel 6. It was new back then.

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MONTY68 5/14/2010 9:25PM

    Hi Irene,
What an interesting blog and of course the hairs went up on my arm. But what a great point you make and it is called choices, As you chose that night , not to subject yourself the the roaches, we also have the ability when our roaches try to control us. We can give in with no hope, or we can stand up and walk away, knowing it is no longer acceptable to us.
Irene , thank you so much for sharing.

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GGKIDS7 5/14/2010 9:06PM

    We went to Mississippi to DH's brother's funeral years ago and the cockroaches had a path up the wall. They were terrible and they sprayed them constantly but just too damp and can not get rid of them. I was afraid there would be some in my luggage when I got home. I hate them, too and also hate mice.
emoticonGuess get a cat??

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JODIRICHARDS 5/14/2010 7:47PM

    Don't you love overseas living! I had a mouse crawl into my bed once. Good point, sometimes getting back home is little pressing the restart button. Never to late and usually the best option!

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MNNSAIDE 5/14/2010 6:33PM

    I HAVE A PHOBIA OF ROCHES....Hence I have a good Exterminator - but they can be anywhere - with weather change.

I can't even look or touch a plactic one!

One time I was afraid to walk into one of my rooms and hence was 3 hours late to work. My boss and staff laughed and believed me since they new.

I can remember the first time I saw one in Brownsville, Texas in 1972 when we moved to TEXAS......


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VERITY50 5/14/2010 4:17PM

    Very sage advice. It is funny how all of us in cold weather states long for heat, but forget about the things that heat naturally makes more plentiful. Like bugs and other wild things! emoticon We must learn to give thanks in all things, for this is the will of God.

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NELLIEC 5/14/2010 3:45PM

    I can't say that I am overly fond of cockroaches either. When I lived in El Paso, they were pretty pervasive. One time, at night, when I looked outside the back door, the ground was crawling with them -- hundreds of them. ICK!

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ASP715 5/14/2010 3:10PM

    Well said. But OMG!!! I am petrified of cockroaches and tarantulas, so with that said, I don't think I'll be going to Mexico (unless it's Cozumel or Cancun) anytime soon!

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Mother's day Sad and Happy both.

Sunday, May 09, 2010

I have CRIED so much today. My pastor's wife asked me to pray for her last Sunday as she said she is going down fast (she had diabetes real bad and on dialysis, bad eye sight and they wanted to amputate her feet) but she wanted to go and see her mom and family in New York while she could. I wondered if she would return.
She passed away in New York. She was a great example of what a wife and mother should be and I loved her greatly.
God granted her her wish to see her family one last time.
Sunday School was great. We didn't know about the pastor's wife yet. I asked everyone to tell who their favorite mother of the Bible was and they said Hanna.
And of course Samuel was mentioned and how God used him.
Then we heard about our pastor's wife. I couldn't quit crying as I had known her before they became our pastors and I have been her prayer partner all of that time.
I know she is with Jesus and is well and strong but I will miss her.
Then in the Service the youth pastor preached and he preached on Hanna and Samuel.
I have some good friends who just had a baby. They named him Samuel and God showed me in the service that my friends name is Iliana. Another Ana (as it is in Spanish) and they named their baby Samuel. They never even thought of her being Ana as I called today to ask. They said no, they never even thought of that.
Another thing God spoke to me this morning was that MY MOTHER also gave her first born (me) to be a missionary. I only saw my family once a year for about 3 days but she never complained. I didn't have a phone back then so all I could do was send letters by snail mail. My mother was a great lady and lived to be 99 1/2
After service a family in the church who adopted me into their family and would do anything for me invited me out to eat with them.
So as you see this has been a very sad day in one way and a happy day in another way.
God bless all of you and Happy mother's day.
SOMETHING I LEARNED LATER. Two hours after my pastors wife went to be with Jesus the pastor's grandmother decided to join her. The grandmother was 95.

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LINM15 5/12/2010 10:11PM

  Irene, your weight loss is inspiring! I'm very sorry to hear about the loss of your dear partner/friend. I'm all teary eyed emoticon and I was thrilled to know your Mother's day didn't turn out to be all depressing. It's amazing how God knows us all individually and how He comforts us and is always mindful of our very needs. It takes an incredible person to be a missionary, so I salute you. Now did you know there is still something important you can do for your late friend?. A year from now, you can help her by " having her sealed to her husband and to her family so they can all be united for "time and eternity"(not just for the time being). I'm a convert to the LDS, the Church of Jesus Christ of the Latter Day Saints. If you'd like to know more about it, shoot me an email and I will gladly give you the link, as long as it doesn't go against SparkPeople's rules. You'll be in our prayers, Irene. I emoticon emoticon. you're only about 5.5 away from your goals, emoticon

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HAPPYBASKET 5/10/2010 10:23PM

    Dear Irene, What a stressful Mothers Day for you but so enlightening for all of us who have read about your losses. I know you understand Gods Ways. Mothers day is a mixed blessing for me also.We only had a Daughter & then a Son. Then at the age of 44 our son died from Cancer so I do miss him & will forever but I am not angry. I am just so grateful that he is with God all of his Grandmothers & 'Grandfathers & in not more pain. Our Daughters 3 Boys are Jewells & 2 of them out of College now & still remember to Call Grandma for all occasions. I just thank God for thei wonderful upbringing. & this year our sons daughter ( our only grandaughter) who also has graduated from College & she called me & we had a wonderful visit. So I too had the sad & the glad. Life is strange, isn't it?

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I'm so sorry for the loss of your dear friend. I pray that God will send another special person into your life to help fill the void that is left. At least you are blessed to see God's handiwork and know that it is His will that took place. That makes such a difference.

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CAROLYNVIL 5/10/2010 1:32PM

    thank you so much for sharing. so sorry for the loss of your friend.Life is good and bad , your friend is in a place of no more suffering. praise be. carolyn

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CHARHUNT1 5/10/2010 12:17PM

    Irene: Thank you for sharing from your heart. What a precious blessing to have been a "sister" to the pastor's wife. I know that you are a blessing to him at this time also.
God bless you as you continue to serve Him.

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DIDMIS 5/10/2010 10:52AM

    Again I say thank you dear friends. I lost my mother when she was 99 1/2 but you are never ready to let your mother go. Pat, our pastor's wife, had so very ill for so long but now she is dancing in heaven, pain free and with perfect health.

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JESUSBRINGSJOY 5/10/2010 10:37AM

    Thank you for sharing both your grief and your consolation from the Lord with us. Mother's Day is a happy and sad day all mixed together.


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MARLIZG 5/10/2010 10:34AM

    i also lost my mother & i will never get over it but there are days when she is right here with me--when i find a penny, i look up & say "thanks mom". when my dad died, my poodle (which he called a hound) died also...so he had company...same with this woman & the grandmother & they are in a better place...God bless!

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    Irene, ...your blog does make one sad and gives us insight to the wonders of God's plan for all of us here on earth. Thanks for sharing the ups and downs of your MOTHER'S DAY! Ethel emoticon

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SUNSHINEGB 5/10/2010 7:08AM

    Dear Irene, I'm so sorry for your loss but know that she is no longer in pain and is Home.
I'm happy that you spent part of your day with your adoptive family who love you!
Thanks for sharing with us.
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CAROLYN0107 5/10/2010 12:50AM

    Thanks for sharing Irene. I'm sorry you lost your Pastor's wife, friend, prayer partner but glad she's with the Lord. God put you into a family yesterday for Mother's day.

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SUNNYWBL 5/10/2010 12:44AM

    Mysterious are the way's of the Lord!

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DIDMIS 5/9/2010 11:53PM

    Thank you Everyone. I found out later that the pastor's grandmother passed away two hours after his wife did. She was 95.

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NELLIEBLUE 5/9/2010 11:36PM

    Thanks for sharing the good and the bad that is what life is, it's always God way of seeing how we handle both.

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MARYB73 5/9/2010 11:24PM

    Irene, thank you for sharing. Your friend is at peace and has no more pain.
Mary B

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HAPPYMOM8 5/9/2010 11:18PM

    Thank you Irene for sharing your both sad and happy day. We are blessed to have you as a friend .Pat

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GRAMMAP1 5/9/2010 10:15PM

    Dry those tears Irene, and think of your friend at home with Jesus. I am sorry for your loss. May God comfort you. So glad you had Family to spend the day with. My day was great because I was with Family. Keep serving your Lord and some day we will also be with Him. emoticon

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LMSTRAW 5/9/2010 10:07PM

    I'm so sorry for your loss. I'm happy you have the family who adopted you to spend the day with. My prayers and with you and her family and loved ones.

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MARIANTONIA2 5/9/2010 9:20PM

I'm sorry that you have lost such a strong and wonderful friend. But God has sent for her, and she is in a better place. How nice the second part of your blog about the birth of a new baby. I can understand how you feel. My thoughts and my prayers are with you.

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MOM1014 5/9/2010 8:37PM

    Irene I know you can't help feeling sad, but remember the dear lady apparently knew what she wanted and God gave her her last wish and that is happy.
Glad the rest of your day was uplifting.

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SGRENNEK 5/9/2010 8:07PM

    Great blog! Mother's Day was hard for me this year after losing the baby, but our pastor preached on Hannah and Samuel as well and it was a blessing from the Lord!

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GGKIDS7 5/9/2010 7:35PM

    Thank you for sharing, Irene. It was sad but apparently the lady knew that it was time and wanting to see her family, that is wonderful. It is so hard to lose a friend, but you have such great memories.

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MONTY68 5/9/2010 6:00PM

A very beautiful blog and well written. I love the way that you describe and bring others into your writing.
Thank you for sharing

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SASSI140 5/9/2010 5:28PM

    While some of it sounds sad, and some sounds happy, it all sounds beautiful.God Bless you today & always. Happy Mother's Day! emoticon

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