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Sunday--I come first, at least for now

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Hi there--Wow, my friends have all been hovering around this week. I have been up and down and all over the place in virtually every corner of my life. It is very odd to be on this ride and I'm not sure what to think is going on. I see my psychiatrist tomorrow--for refills on my meds and I am wondering if I should talk to him about all of this. Most likely, he will change my meds--and well, I'm a bit nervous for that to happen. I may need to research some of the drugs for depression. One thing I can swear to is that my weight was coming down regularly, a pound or two a week until I started on prozac and I have battled ever since with weight. I was at my goal when this started some five or six years ago. I have had so many surgeries and conditions since then, I let that go in my brain.

I was pretty excited with the knowledge of the Vitamin D information on Monday and was pretty boggled down with the people I work with creating roadblocks to my new schedule, because of many absurd reasons and because they were wrapped up in their own world, refusing to look at things in my world, the building level. I didn't get to see students until FRIDAY!! That upset me to no end.

My children have been children this past week--busy, sometimes kind and angelic, sometimes sassy and annoying, and sometimes not so cooperative either at home or at school. One of my sons got a detention--no big deal except he is one of my kids who has never been in trouble. My son who is a senior is managing to fail two mandatory classes and could care less. My youngest son has been ditching homework and notes from his teacher. And, nobody has done any chores.

I have had one late work night after another this week as well. I didn't get home on time one night--and Thursday was long after 6. I haven't eaten well and all I had focused on was trying to get time for exercise and boot camp. On Friday, I left work and was home shortly after4. I fell asleep for quite a long time and woke up and slept again. I did some exercise Saturday and today and I slept. But today, I also came unglued. I cried and cried and picked a couple of arguments with my family--see above paragraph for details.

Now, I;m here dealing with a nasty headache--waiting for some pain relief--over laundry and one of my naughty kids going out to a movie on a school night. I didn't go to school and do my lesson plans, so I am heading for work at 4:30 ish. I? am a train wreck. I have thought about this vitamin D and I am praying that the reason this is not changing yet is the severity of my deficiency. Tomorrow is my second big dose of Vit. D--maybe I'll improve.

Finally, the thing left is Boot Camp. I am so awful that the videos have fallen into my dreaded "I can't" list. I can't walk down the hall at school without clutching my walker until I find the nearest chair. my back pain is horrendous, even with the meds and treatments and all. I am so frustrated with this. Every time I hit one of the "I can'ts, I find myself frustrated as I slink into the land where I try to find another answer and another way to get to my great big goal of good health and living like everyone else.

I haven't even logged in yet today, so I'm going to scoot. Again, a big thanks to all of my team friends--OA of the back, my basset hound team, the DWD posse--all of you guys sending sunshine, slobbery hellos and other encouragement have kept me from falling on my face. I do believe that I have a combination to unlock the way to my goal. Take care!!

Hugs, Sylvia emoticon

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SHELLPRO 1/19/2009 1:05AM

    Hey, thanks for considering the Step-mom position of my Grand Puppies. It looks like you've got a lot on you right now- & 2 new 'kids' hopefully won't put too much more strain on you. So consider the strains deeply. They're good doggies & well trained for either love or neglect. Just as happy on a bed on the living room floor or in the back yard fence for hours on end.

Also wondered since I haven't had time to read through all of this- have you had your Thyroid checked? You sound so 'classic' ME, prior to finally finding my rotten thyroid & having to have it removed. Vist my Sparks if you haven't already.

Another good Vit supplement is Sublingulal B, its a great boost for energy & mood & had stopped a lot of my Migraines before the thyroid issue. Take care & keep each other informed. emoticon

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Monday 1/5--All about D's

Monday, January 05, 2009

Hello Friends, New and Vintage:

I love that word, vintage. A friend of mine taught us to refer to ourselves as vintage teachers not old or older or experienced...and it grew on me as a way to describe myself. My experiences in life are valuable and so is something vintage, so it just fits everyone nicely, no matter what the age.

Actually, D is my big letter of the day. It's all about D...Vitamin D deficiency. Wow, I have a possible answer and some medical information that needs to be shared with everyone. When I saw my family doctor about a month ago, he did yet more lab work on me. He wanted to check on my thyroid and a couple of other things and on my Vitamin D level. It turns out that they hadn't been able to catch up with me, but the doctor had been trying like crazy to speak with me. I had my follow-up appointment tonight and it turns out that my Vit. D level was 18 point something. The acceptable level is between 90 and 150, I think the doctor said. He was quite concerned and ordered a weekly big dose of Vit. D for me to take for the next 8 weeks. It made him decide to check on some other vitamin and mineral things and to check on my anemia as well. The nurse who did my lab work told me that she had once had a Vit d deficiency that wasn't as low as mine, but the day after she took her first dose, it was unbelievable. Her energy level was back and she felt better in so many ways that she couldn't believe it.

There are so many effects from being low on Vit d that it is unbelievable--and yes, I have many of them. Achiness in the muscles, fibromyalgia type discomfort, fatigue, inability to sleep, depression, overall malaise...the list went on and on. I did a check online when I got home and got the same information repeated on several different sites. My husband picked up my prescription and I took one ASAP. I promise to post if I get my energy feelings, and just plain feelings of myself back quickly. I am hoping that maybe, just maybe, the answer has been found to help me get back to being myself. It also helps a bit to know that there really has been a problem for some of the issues that have been hurting me.

I am delighted to realize that I may be better so quickly. I'll let you all know!! Thanks for standing with me through this--and even on the chance that this might not help me, I am so glad to have you all here to keep me smiling and going.

Hugs, Sylvia

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SHELLPRO 1/19/2009 1:08AM

    The vitamins actually didn't cut it for me since I have poor absorbion issues with IBS- I went staight for the source- outdoors & the dreaded Tanning Beds- it worked! And feels great once you get over the creepy coffin feeling & don't get to addicted. The heat of the great things is enough to make me want to live in them!

Sylvia, did they check you Potassium levels?

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JIM*S_QUEENIE 1/17/2009 7:48PM

I did read your blog and I do know some about this. My dr. also has me on Vit. D but I do not think he took a complete lab panel for vitamins and minerals which makes me mad as he barely even examines my husband or me when we go in every 3 months. He used to be so diligent, but now that he is working part time as he has partly retired, but he and his wife are in partnerships with his brother. They all went to medical school in Ames and Iowa City, IA. They came over from India. I adored him but have anxieties when I see his brother. I just don't feel he is as kind and understanding--bedside manner sucks sometimes. But, his brother's specialty is an "internist". We got in a disagreement one time--I thought I was right as I know when our meds come in and he wouldn't write a script one time for me as he said the company we get our meds from stated that they had sent me that script just a couple of weeks or so earlier. I stated no they didn't and he just stuck to his guns!! This was for some kind of anti-depressant for something, I am sure as we were getting ready to travel (could have been my anxiety/panic meds)--anyway the ins. co. was correct as I checked the cupboard we keep our meds in and low and behold they were there, but my husband did not tell me they came in. So I called to apologize 4 times and he never returned my calls. His brother would have. I will tell you the story of how we found this dr. out here when/if we talk--it is something. But, and I don't blame him, he wants to fly his plane and see his children who are all drs. in big cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Ft. Lauderdale, etc.---big towns. They got sick of growing up and the whole town knew what they were doing--this comes from a nurse I had when I was in the hospital for a week 7 months ago from, yet another reaction to anti-depressant meds. I just can't seem to take them and I have tried a lot over the years.
My husband's cousin in Arkansas told me to start taking a different kind of Vit. D than the dr. said--this was when we were there for Thanksgiving and part of the week after. CALCIUM LIQUID GELLS WITH VITAMIN D-600 MG. PER TABLET, TWICE A DAY=1200 MGS./DAY (Good math skills, eh??? lol). I don't remember why "Dr. Rita", Jim's cuz said to take these instead of any others but I think because they are a soft gel and will get in your system easier and your system will absorb it. I haven't found it has given me more energy though and my hubby used to tease people that I was hooked up to 2-220's (that's a builder for you!!)---that was how hyper I used to be. You would not recognize me if you would have known me when we first moved here. It is like this town took my spirit and spunk right out of me. Very sad, indeed.
We will see what happens, I am trying, I am on "gobs" of vitamins and minerals--all except for Vitamin K due to the 5 blood clots I had in my leg last year. I don't know why I don't have any energy, but we feel it is due to other meds the dr. has me on so I am deleting one a month--if I take one kind 3 times a day, I just started deleting the morning one. I still take one in the afternoon and at night. Little by little. We will talk more later.
So, my friend in the "quad cities" where you have so many wonderful government employees lol (although it is very sad)--I will bid you adieu and smooth those puppies on the head for me!
Your DWD sparkler friend,
Vicki emoticon emoticon emoticon

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SHELLPRO 1/11/2009 9:04PM

    Tagging along is just fine- like I said, 'there is no try, there is only do or don't' by the imfamous Yoda! Its not all about the winning truly. Its about accepting change & learning to embrace it & use it to be a better person. Oh, well- stepping off my Soap Box emoticon

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SPARKLINGHOPE 1/8/2009 11:08AM

    So interesting and finally doctors are looking at specific deficiencies. Best of health!

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60SIXTY 1/8/2009 8:43AM

    I had read an article about Vit D deficiency on spark people a few weeks ago.
I saw my doc on 1/2/09 and was going to ask the doc about it. He brought it up before I did. This must be on the physician's radar. He said there is new major research about it and that the lab testing was not readily available or covered by insurance until more recently.

He told me to start Vit D3 1000 units daily immediately. No preliminary testing done. Next time my cholesterol is checked, which might be in a yer, they will check my levels.

You have more information here than was in the article.

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LOULOUBELLE2 1/7/2009 2:38PM

    WOW Sylvia, that will be an answer to prayers if this Vit. D works for you. Please do keep us posted on how you are doing. should help especially when you get back to school and the classroom full of kiddies. emoticonLouAnne

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/6/2009 10:37PM

    Wow that's good to know - thank you for sharing. Hope the vit D does the trick for ya - keep us posted. Take care.

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BONMACK 1/6/2009 4:51PM

    Glad you're getting some answers........and hope you're back to your former self quickly! Be sure and keep us posted! emoticon

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BELLACUDDLES 1/6/2009 3:29PM

    Hi Sylvia......my mom has osteoporosis and I think she takes 1,000 or more mg. of vit. D every day!!!! Hope you are fine!!!!

Barbara emoticon

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MARDAW 1/6/2009 8:34AM

  I just started taking vitamin D also. I sure hope it works! I sure could do without the depression, achy stuff and feeling dead tired all the time and not being able to sleep. I'm sick and tired of feeling sick and tired. :) Thanks for sharing!

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-WRKNG2ABTTRME- 1/6/2009 6:48AM

    Best of wishes!

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CTEMPLE 1/6/2009 5:15AM

    Fingers crossed Sylvia!

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2009--What I will make of it...

Thursday, January 01, 2009

Let's take every good thing from 2008 to carry over into 2009!! I am going to carry over many things from 2008--my husband; my children (when they are cooperating with each other, lol), my basset hound, Lady and my son 's half golden lab/half dachshund, Scooter; the cats that we are caring for; my church and my faith; working with children; my friends--of course, I'd love to add more, teehee; most of my doctors; music; beauty; humor; my family and myself having jobs in this economy;

I am thankful for those things and there are many more, that's why I left it unfinished. Last evening, we finally ended up at a pizza restaurant for dinner. Whew, it was terribly difficult to get a consensus on where to go to. There were several video games, so that took a few major hands full of quarters and dollar bills to become quarters from the beginning. They ordered 4 pizzas for all of us and soda. I only ate one piece of taco pizza--I think my plan from during the day worked more than I imagined. If I had eaten any more, it would have left me feeling ill. We did get a couple of medium pizzas to take home for the others who didn't come--and I didn't eat any of those either. I did have a couple of glasses of wine last night with the adults in my family. We played games like on Christmas day and we watched the ball drop. The younger kids went to sleep and the rest of us just chatted and watched some TV until it was time for each person to go to sleep. It was a satisfying evening. emoticon emoticon emoticon

My husband prepared meals today with the things I planned and purchased yesterday. My 16 year old took me shopping yesterday and I bought a kitchen full of healthy foods. That was good for him and me. We had fun together and he got to see what decent grocery selection looks like. My husband likes to buy what we need as we need it and we end up with some poor choices. Shopping is a tricky activity for me because of the limited amount of time that I can walk at one time. I chose to try to walk yesterday and got through about a third of the store before my son went and got me a wheelchair, I do not like using those because people seem to treat me a bit rudely when I use the motorized ones and it is a slow ride if I try to turn the wheels on the other type. I think those chairs are for people who cannot walk, but it seems as if they are reserved for the entire obese community. People already think that obese people are lazy already and I don't want to be a part of that. Anyway, it took us about an hour and a quarter to shop and an hour to wait in line and check out. I bought lots of veggies--fresh, frozen and canned and fresh fruits. I bought lots of full grained breads and rice and pasta (Yes, it does cost more--but I explained that since it is better for us, I can justify it.) I also bought some low fat/calorie snacks because I eat at least 5 times a day when I am focused on weight loss and good health. I hope I helped this bright high school junior things about shopping that he needed to know rather than my husband's brand of how to take frequent grocery visits that result in some unhealthy eating in the long run. (Note to the world--it is very difficult for me to go shopping, so I really need and appreciate the help I get. When I go back to work, my plan is to give the guys well written lists when they go shopping so that we aren't all dependent on their quick, get what looks good style of purchasing. We can work together in a better way!!)

My pain and mobility issues are a big problem. This worries about my commitment to the bootcamp. All I can say is that I know what I can do and I will do my best. I have to make a decision about the use of my big back brace as well. I have the doctor's permission to take it off, but it really hurts at work when I am not wearing it. It has been 6 months since my surgery and that doesn't really indicate that I should need it any more. I do notice that when I am not wearing it, my posture droops more and more and as I curl up more and more, my pain increases more and more. My husband and I talked today and we are considering replacing the batteries in my wheel chair and taking it to work, so that when I have to walk longer distances, I have it. My doctor hasn't had me have any therapy yet because he really wants me to go slowly in becoming independent. I am also going to try to get to the pool three times a week, possibly joining some classes in water walking or arthritis classes. The down side to this will be the expectations that I will be traveling to a second school if I am no longer wearing my brace and am able to drive again. It is more difficult than one might suspect being a teacher who travels from one building to another and back during the course of the day. That exaggerates greatly when part of what is traveling includes a walker and any other medical needs. It is a bit like being punished if my health really improves. I believe that I see the doctor in 4-6 weeks and maybe he will shed his light on these concerns.

I have a lot of unanswered questions, but I have very clear goals. I want to continue teaching children to read, especially those who have had some problems in other situations. I know that they all can learn as long as they are believed in and if the teacher has patience and skill to bring them along. I can do that and I love the opportunity. This goes along with the things that I began today's blog with. I have great things in my life and to do. The things I do will be to help me maintain what I have and to further develop my skills as a teacher and a parent.

That's it for now--I want all of my SP friends to have 2009 be what they want it to be. If I can help you to get there, please let me know because I would love to be a part in helping any of you meet your goals. That would be a pleasure and an honor.

Hugs, Sylvia

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 1/2/2009 2:23PM

    That was nice of your son to take you shopping and help out. Kudos to you! It feels great to have the kichen stocked with healthy food choices. My DH shops the same way.....and as a result has taught my DS the same habits - lol.

Here's to 2009 and all that we can achieve!

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BONMACK 1/2/2009 7:57AM

    You are just an absolutely wonderful person.....and the kids you teach are very lucky indeed. Kudos to you for your dedication and perseverance in the face of so many obstacles. I have a feeling you will come out on the other side a true winner and better than you've ever been, and this makes me very, very happy. Best of EVERYTHING to you and yours for this coming new year! emoticon emoticon

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2008--Ending with a smile on my face!!

Wednesday, December 31, 2008

Hi everyone,

We are going out to eat for New Years Eve. I'm waiting for my hisband to get home from taking our son to a party. There will only be 7 of us going because one of my other sons is at work and one is sleeping to get ready to work the night shift. We seldom go out to eat together because it is really expensive to do with a family of ten. That makes everyone excited. Personally, I have saved most of my calories and filled up all day with fruits, veggies, and water--so things are good. I just joined the Bootcamp challenge and am looking forward to big changes in my life for the coming year.

The kids are pulling on me and I need to sign off. Happy New Year to all--and I'll be back to share more with you later!!

Hugs to all, Sylvia

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BELLACUDDLES 1/1/2009 2:19PM

    Sounds like fun!!!! Have a safe and healthy new year my friend.

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TLDUVALL 1/1/2009 8:51AM

    Happy New Year to you! I too have joined the bootcamp challenge! Here is to all of us reaching our goals in 2009!

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 12/31/2008 7:42PM

    Yikes - I bet 10 would be expensive (even if you went to McD's). Enjoy yourself Sylvia! You deserve it! Cheers to you and everything we can accomplish in 2009!

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LOULOUBELLE2 12/31/2008 7:41PM

    Hi Sylvia,
Glad to know that you joined the "New You Bootcamp'. I did to, so lets encourage each other.

Hope you had a great evening out with your family. Forget the calories for today, you'll work them off during BootCamp.

Have a very Happy New Year. Go with Barb's Challenge and "Be Fine in 2009"
HAPPY NEW YEAR emoticonand blessings, LouAnne

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Monday AM--Santa will be here in 3 days!

Monday, December 22, 2008

Hi Everybody,

What a week last week was! This week will start out hectic but will settle down to be admired like a piece of art or a well made craft. I just realized that the holiday is a piece of art that is laced with the love of all involved. Every gift we choose, item of food we bake, cookie we decorate, hymn that we sing...all gets woven together into the fine silk of Christmas aqand the most Perfect Gift of all.

Last week was about finishing the semester at school...I needed to write my progress reports. I have no form, I write a page or so that describes what we have been working on, what the child does well, whaqt the child needs help with, how their behavior helps or hinders their efforts, and what their family caqn do to support us in our work together. I can do some copying qanqd pasting on the description of whaqt we are working on per grade level, but the rest is a individualized report taken from pages of notes that I have tqaken and student work. It took all week to write aqll 53 of those. I didn't get here (at SP) too much because I was tied up with doing a good job on behalf of my kids. I have to share some of the love though...

Last Sunday was the children's program at church. Our music director pulled up aq program about the little stars who chatted and worried and dreamed as they awaited the birth of the baby Jesus. It was special because she used it a bit differently about 12 years ago when my biggest guys were 12 and 14 and they played the roles of the wise men. This time, my 16 and 17 year old sons were the wise men. This time my 13 myear old daughter had the beautiful solo piece--12 years ago, my older daughter was only 8, so she did the solo in the children's part. I saw this play a bit differently given the roles of my children.

The high school choir had their winter program last Sunday as well. It is a guaranteed gift of the holiday. They did such a beautiful collection of holiday songs--and they finish with a "mass chour" of all the groups who sang doing "The Hallelujah Chorus" followed byh "Silent Night" as a processional exiting number. In the middle of the program, they announced the 2 state choir qualifiers from our tiny school district. I was thrilled to find out one is my 16 year old son. Again, when my second oldest son was a junior, he went to state as well. I have awesome, gifted, talented, wonderful children (most of the time).

We had a lot of really awful weather last week--getting much nastier and dangerous this week that twisted through a lot of things...My yhoungest son had a sore throat and a slight fever, so I kept him home Monday and Tuesday. On Tuesday morning, I had to go for an unpleasant meeting about my 17 myear old. He is close to not graduating this year because of really awful grades in a couple of classes. It had the look of yet another similar meeting that I have sat through semester after semester with this child. He reads too much (???) and gets detentions where they have him sit and read to make up for the heinous behavior that caused the problem. The meeting wasn't nearly as horrible as I anticipated--they finally were on the same page with me, tryhing to help him do better instead of trying to punish him. He was free to come to this meeting because in his auto repair class he has done so well that he didn't have to take the final. I think he will pill this out, in any case. I also got to have some quiet time with my husband, riding with him to school and back to my school. We don't seem to get much time like that these days.

My little guy went to school on Wednesday, only to be sent home eaqrly because he was still not feeling well...qand then they sent everyone home early thaqt day, caqncelling my dqaqughter's band aqnd choir holiday show. She waas upset because she had one of two vocal solos in the junior high prograqm and they chqanged the time of the program to noon on Friday when we wouldn't be able to go. The weather was pretty bad, lots of ice and then freezing.

This entire week was our "Secret Santa" week at school and I had drawn the custodian's name. I snooped a bit and found out that he collected goat "stuff" because he raises some special goats on his farm. I searched eBay and found him some great things and had so much fun surprising him with the help of our secretary. I always love surprising someone and this was special because I found things that he had never run across before. My little guy was still under the weather on Thursday, so we kept him home again. Thursday was our assistant principal's last day and he treated us all to a big sub-sandwich to share for lunch as well. Of course, there were predictions of horrid weather again, so the rest of my kids were all sent home at 11:15. My second oldest was such a help with driving and so many things--shopping and cooking. He took me to the doctor and helped me with my brace and just everything. He helped me and made an egg casserole for me to take to the Friday breakfast potluck. I got to go to the party because my kids were all home with big kids to help with the younger ones and I could safley leave early. It was fun and our Secret Santa was exposed. Mine was my principal--she gave me some really thoughtful gifts on Friday--a special National Boards lanyard because she thinks I should flaunt my credentials. She gave me a beautiful hand painted bag for my walker. It is whie painting of the Nativity on dark blue denim, witl three pockets for carrying things labeled "love" "peace" and "joy." There were other sweet things--craft items etc...and they were obviously chosen with me in mind. It was sweet. And my custodian friend got his "big" gift from me--I found a "dairy sign maker" on eBay that made those heavy metal address signs with a goat topping it--he was so tickled. That made my day. The real beauty of the day is that since school was canceled on Friday, they have to reschedule my daughter's jr. high concert so I will get to hear it.

I love these things...and today things were a bit dismantled at church. It was the Chaqncel Choir's big musical, but with the really nasty weather on Saturday night, our organist and our choir director were both snowed in and then the wind drifted snow and they just couldn't get out of their house. The many talented musicians in our church shuffled hings around and the choir will do their big musical piece at the Christmas Eve candlelight service. The really interesting part was that until I saw today's bulletin with the order of service, I had no idea that my second oldest son had a big solo for today. I'll have to wait until Wednesday night to hear that.

I am so blessed. I didn't mention any of my pain or health issues...because all of this love and beauty around me has kept them pushed out of the forefront. They are lurking and with the cold in the negative double digits around here through Tuesday afternoon, arghh!!

I love the holidays...I have lots and LOTS to do today, but since it is out of love and for love and to celebrate the greatest Love ever, it will be fun. I am looking forward to every bit of it. If I haven't taqlked to you lately, I will. I am working on lots of things for the ones I love and I surely include many of you too!

Hugs and love to you all,

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MOMMA_GRIZZ 12/22/2008 8:53PM

    What a beautiful post! Thank you for sharing and brightening up my day!

Have a wonderful Christmas! Cheers to you!

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LOULOUBELLE2 12/22/2008 9:35AM

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You and your family have a joyous holiday. My prayers on your behalf are being answered, Praise God. emoticonLouAnne

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TLDUVALL 12/22/2008 8:01AM

    What a wonderful week! Enjoy the rest of the season.

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