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Wednesday, April 15--Tax Day

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Hi there,

After an exhausting day at school yesterday that kept me at school until after 8 PM, I got home in time to fall in my chair--finally eat a few bites of my first real meal of the day--and I realized that none of my kids had listened to my "suggestions" about doing their taxes before April 15. One of them took the computer and got his done--(and kept me from being online, which is almost 90% of the time the reason I don't get online--one of the kids using my computer, lol.) I did two state tax forms after I had found out that in IL you cannot file your tax online until you have done it on a paper form once. I found out that is what gives you a number that you need to file your taxes online. I slept as hard as a board last night--after the long day with all of the physical activity I did. (I have two major walls filled up with projects my students have done working on Earth Day and in time for the Science Fair.) I don't often do a lot of that here, because the hallways here are so difficult to do displays on--lots of masking tape and teachers from coast to coast probably know that you can come in soon after your project and find everything all over the floor because the tape didn't hold.

I am managing my food so much better--except for yesterday, and SP told me off in everyway because I hadn't eaten enough nor gotten enough of any of their key nutrients and vitamins. Except for computer errors, that may be the only time the computer has fussed at me before.

We had a lovely Easter. The kids had a great time despite the fact that the Easter bunny substituted gifts and trinkets for most of the candy they formerly received. I never heard a word complaint. They played new games. My 2nd oldest son and my oldest daughter fixed the meal--and it was both yummy and mostly low fat and low in calories. My daughter has "joined Sparks" but we are having a problem with the computer--it will not let her have her own page. It takes her to my page even after I have loggecd out. I received all of her welcome email yesterday too, which really makes no sense. If anyone has an idea about solving this--PLEASE, PLEASE let me know. Two of us should be able to log on to Sparks with our own pages. I'm going to check cookies when I get home--but that doesn't explain why I received her Spark mails in my box. Hmm-mm...

My doctor called me last week and told me that my Vitamin D level was hardly unchanged from my first test, so he put me back on the big weekly dose for another 8 weeks. My surgeon called on Monday to tell me that he wanted to get a better look at some of my stomach structures, so I need to have one more test before we can schedule the surgery (not counting the dietician.) They will do what I'm thinking he called a scope--but now I'm confused. I was thinking that when I talked to him, he meant "endoscopy" but he said scope. I think I may want to have that clarified. They certainly aren't the same things.

It is getting warmer and is sunnier than it has been for along time--and I feel much better. I am wondering if I am one of those people who have some level of SAD. Maybe we all do, I am not sure--but I have more energy and motivation. It may be the fact that I've been having some workshops and trainings to go to lately and it probably is also due to the fact that I am eating healthier. Something positive is going on and I love it.

That's enough from me for now. I'll be checking back later and maybe I won't start my next blog three times and then having to delete it unfinished that time. Take care everybody.

Hugs, Sylvia

  
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SHELLPRO 4/15/2009 3:19PM

    emoticon Hope the Hounds are continuing to behave? Glad 2 hear U all had a descent Easter, mine pretty lonely & dreary. Yep, I do believe that most of all thyroid patients suffer from the combination of low Vit D & SAD. I know I look like I'm Spanish most of the Summer, I can't stay warm or Up without that sun light. Not really great for the skin, but I try to be careful with the sun screen. Taxes are all done & we're getting a Rebate! Yipee!
Nope no solutions for how multiple members & one PC can log in here yet that I know of. One Member recommends installing 2 different Browsers? I'm Tech enough to get totally lost doing that. Maybe one of the kids will know? Keeping you in thoughts & prayers!

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LOULOUBELLE2 4/15/2009 1:34PM

    emoticon emoticonHere's some more sun to help you continue with that wonderful positive attitude. Sunny days are awesome.
Don't have a clue as to why your getting your daughters welcome messages. Post a question on Tech Support, maybe they can help you with that.
Keep up that healthy eating, your beginning to see results and that's an answer to prayer.
(•*¨.HUGS♥.•*¨) -:¦:- ♥LouAnne ♥-:¦:- emoticon emoticon emoticon

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Tuesday, April 7--Some progress...

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

Good Morning Everyone,

I am doing better in almost every way, and I can't help but to wonder if it the reappearance of the SUN!! emoticon I just feel a bit more energized and it is easier to plan and act than it was a few months ago. (I also have felt a bit like fighting back against things that aren't fair or honorable--and I'm weighing in on if that;s a good thing or not, lol.) I have tracked my food every single day and every single bite for the past 9 days and I also have a 4.2 pound loss at the scales. Are these things related? You bet, and after I "run" my daily food analysis, I refuse to put another bite in my mouth--I don't know if it will let me add things to the list or not, so I don't even try it. emoticon emoticon

Work is back in session--with a second 4 day week for kids. We have had some busy days. I am trying something new with my students, we are going to do a cross-grade study on the environment and do an entry for the science fair and continue our work to and beyond Earth Day. It is such an important cause and I have found a variety of materials to match all of my kids' reading levels from my tiny kindergarteners to my big, hormonal 6th graders. I just need to do the kind of teaching that I am capable of and I need a challenge, something new, an adventure for me and my students. Don't get me wrong, I'm a good, no a very good teacher and my kids learn and succeed, but I can be outstanding and exciting and I feel more like being outstanding and exciting now than I have. It could be the trainings and workshops that I have been going to, but I feel inspired in so many ways.

Another possibility is the decision I have made to have weight loss surgery. I have weighed pros and cons--at this point, my pain doc, my psychiatrist, my heart doc, my surgeon, and my family doc have now all given this their blessing. I believe that with all of my docs--and particularly my cardiologist, telling me that it is a good idea, I have good reason to buy into a major lifestyle change and a more healthy me.

My kids are all home on spring break this week and I am promoting their part of spring cleaning. My girls have bought in, the boys are needing some shoving in, bit I am trying. I have to have help with some things and that is just a fact of life. My youngest daughter was confirmed last week. The week before, she read her essay and her statement of faith. I was so proud of her. Her essay was pretty awesome--the topic was "Mission" and after she pondered the role of the church and how the government was in mission with other countries, she ended up with questioning what role in mission that God would give her. It was thoughtful and she wouldn't let me help her with any of it because she said it was her belief statement. (My other kids had me to look it over and help here and there...I really am proud of this thoughtful 13 year old girl.) All of my family except my oldest son were able to get away from their Sunday work schedules and were at our church for her actual confirmation and the laying of hands. Afterwards, they had a party for her and the boy who was also confirmed. She got a basketful of cards and gifts--and they had cake and punch and other refreshments. (I brought water, an orange, and a 100 pack of cookies and I was just fine during the social eating. I got to talk to a lot of people and that really was the focus, like all parties have.

I am looking forward to worshiping and services during Holy Week. I wish that I could participate in our local cross walk--but maybe next year, when I have lost weight and my back feels better, I'll be able to do all of those things that I can't, that often frustrate me now. In any case, thanks for the tons of support and friendship here. I'm losing weight now and I'd love to go into this procedure already healthier, with less weight to lose.

You are wonderful. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

Hugs all round,
Sylvia

  
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BELLACUDDLES 4/7/2009 3:55PM

    Your resolve is amazing and contagious!!!!!!! Keep it going!

Barbara

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SHELLPRO 4/7/2009 2:30PM

    My oh my, so much happening I'm boggled- take care & be sure to research all the Surgeons before making a decision? I do know of several who have had the surgery only to fail & fall back into obesity. So commitment & exercise will still have to be a challenge with our type of health issues. I'm praying 4 U! emoticon

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LOULOUBELLE2 4/7/2009 1:18PM

    emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticonon the weight loss. All we need is determination to get to our goals and you have proved to yourself that you have what it takes.
emoticonAlso glad you are looking forward to services this Easter Week...a grand renewal of body and spirit. Keep up all the good work your doing on yourself and continue to keep us posted.
Happy Easter to you and your family. I'm so proud of you.
(•*¨.HUGS♥.•*¨) -:¦:- ♥LouAnne ♥-:¦:-

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Friday, March 27, 2009

Friday, March 27, 2009

Good Morning Friends,

I have a lot of "tasks" to accomplish today. Most of them are small, but all of them are important--like paying some bills and doing some paperwork, filling and picking up prescriptions...you know important little things that I've kind of put off. I started on some of that stuff last evening. emoticon

I am feeling good about the things I've done for me during this break. I know that this may seem a bit selfish, but this break was about me in many ways, I cleaned my classroom and put away a lot of books that had been waiting for attention for a while. I also bought some new books that I've been leveling and getting stamped so they will be ready to use when I get them to school. emoticon

On my own health front, I have went to and made several necessary appointments. I saw the surgeon who believes I am a good candidate for weight loss surgery. He scheduled an upper GI x-ray that I had yesterday and an appointment with one of the hospital dietitians who will need several of my food journals. I have also seen my therapist twice and he has been encouraging me to put myself first--I have rested a lot and visited on the phone with my closest friends and had lunch with my best friend of all. I saw my cardiologist today and he told me that he thinks this weight loss surgery for me is a really good idea--and he scheduled a stress test for me (on the same day I see the dietitian) because he thinks it will be important in my care. I also found out where my former nurse practitioner moved her practice to and scheduled my yearly appointment for my pap test and to schedule my mammo. I haven't scheduled dentist appointments for anyone yet, but I need to build up our bank account first. (Our insurance barely pays anything on that, so it's a must.) emoticon emoticon

I also went to my sons' schools. I have straightened out things at one school and help the IEP. For the other, we now have regular homework coming home and have finished enough things to improve some really bad grades. I also have his IEP scheduled at the best time they will live with. I attended a technology workshop and started my web page. I attended a second technology class on iPhoto and they gave us a little camera, then taught us how to do a lot of things with the neat stuff on iPhoto. I have also signed up for 3 arts education courses--my son and daughter will attend with me. I also have 3 National Boards workshops coming. emoticon emoticon emoticon

Finally, I had an afternoon meeting with my pastor on Monday and we planned a program for inner city children in reading. We are hoping to serve about 25 children going into first grade in the fall, We will feed them breakfast and then tutor them for 2 hours using a variety of people and fun activities. I will plan some group lessons and will also see them in small groups or individually to boost their reading levels. It will be a lot like my work except I get to make the calls on the program. Also, the children will get to participate in the summer feeding program that our church provides for kids between ages 0-18. I also have gathered my materials and will finish my lesson plans to work on "Earth Day" activities and a project to submit to the school science fair also. emoticon emoticon

Finally, I bought a new vacuum cleaner which seems to motivate my kids into helping a bit more. I've gotten to do some grocery shopping which has put some extra fruits, vegetables and lean meats i n the house, let alone other things that I like to eat on a good healthy diet. I intend to plan meals for a week, purchase the food needed, and get everyone on a nice healthy eating plan around here. Hopefully that will get us all more time for other things like walking the dogs more often now that it's warming up. I may get an incumbent bike and see if my back will let me do some of that. emoticon

Well, what do you think? I feel calm and in control, with positive results heading my way and good help to get me there. After the meanness I experienced 3 weeks ago, I feel better. emoticon

Hugs all around,
Sylvia emoticon emoticon

  
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SHELLPRO 4/7/2009 2:26PM

    GG! I am astounded- surgery?? I will really pray 4 U. Hope this helps you though you seem to be on a roll with the fitness lately so you must be feeling some better. Keep in touch. Hope the Hounds are behaving? emoticon

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BELLACUDDLES 3/27/2009 3:36PM

    Girlfriend, you have got it going on.......remaining so calm and upbeat! I love that about you!!!!! Thanks for the Easter goodie! We only have 1 hour and 15 minutes with these little sponges each week at RE, but I do have some jellybeans that I put in a bag along with the meaning of them(different colored ones) about Jesus!! I will have to write it down for you and have you check it out......that will be to come as we have our last planning meeting next week!

Hugs,
Barbara

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LOULOUBELLE2 3/27/2009 10:18AM

    You call this resting? I'd hate to see you "busy". emoticon
Best positive attitude I've heard from you in a long time. You've cleansed your heart and your mind. I pray that going back to work won't destroy that sense of order and peacefulness you have.
I admire you and your willingness to give to others. Your such a special gal and YOU CAN do this. Prayers are with you from all over the place. Your" Sparking" girl, in more ways than one.
Do keep us posted on how your doing,
(•*¨.Prayers and HUGS♥.•*¨) -:¦:- ♥LouAnne ♥-:¦:-


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POLYANASUNSHINE 3/27/2009 10:17AM

    I got tired just reading what you did. Kind of makes me wonder what I do with all my time. YOu sound like a very busy person. Take time for your self and stop and smell the roses. emoticon

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JUSTLYLE 3/27/2009 8:32AM

    Wow, you wore me out just reading your schedule. This Ole Duffer needs a nap.
Much good luck on your future decisions.
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Early Sunday, March 22

Sunday, March 22, 2009

I ended taking some time off from SP while I recovered from a real blow to my self-esteem. I know I cheated my friends here out of the chance to help me work my way through things, so the first thing I will do is apologize to you all. I have a handful of dear friends--and I have at least that many good friends here on SP, if not more. I have learned something important here and after being socially away for over a week, I know that I really missed you all. I don't think I ever expected to make the kind of friends that I have made when I joined this group.

On to my story...my boss did something really mean and it hurt me down to my spirit. It took me a while but I came to realize that what she really doesn't like the way I look. It is pretty superficial, but I know that it matches how she does things. So what can I do? After a lot of thought and a little help from one of my favorite doctors, I found myself meeting a surgeon on Friday to discuss weight loss surgery. He was very thorough and explained a lot to me. First, I need an upper GI x-ray because he wants to make sure my anatomy will handle this. I have had a couple of big procedures that involved that part of me, so he wants a look at what is there. He also wants me to meet with a dietitian--if we do this, it will be an important part of a long range follow-up. He told me--rather, he promised me that I would be involved in several years of follow-up, I won't be left alone to manage this. It seems like a pretty positive procedure and he thinks that I'm a good candidate. After all I have been through, I never guessed that I would ask for a surgery. I am almost looking forward to this because this will help me in the places that I haven't been able to help myself. I have been overweight for most of my life. I have been at my goal weight twice, both times after losing 130+ pounds with help from Weight Watchers. I have also been on diets of some kind or another every 3-4 years of my life since I was 12 or 13 losing anywhere from 50 to 80 pounds or more. In all, it is reasonable to guess that I have maybe lost a half a ton in my life. My problem is that no matter how hard I try, I cannot maintain a loss. Now, my health has worked with my age together and I am not even having success losing weight. Even though I am putting in time with walking and weights, my activity minutes aren't working up a sweat and I'm not losing. I need help so I can lose weight, so my back and large joints can function and I can be active again, so I can be healthy and save my own life. Weight loss surgery will help with the time concern, give me results with strong personal support and I will regain activity along with learning to maintain in a way that I won't be able to fall off of the program. I am convinced this is a good way for me to go--and I am praying my anatomy can handle this because I need it.

On the home front, many things are improving. I have been working hard to get my children cooperating with me and general rules for living. I see improvement, even with my hold out son. I used part of my spring break last week to visit schools and my kids' teachers and things are looking up. I had a decent IEP meeting for my little guy and I made some headway in getting the attention of his yelling teacher. I also was able to discuss the anxiety issues with an Asperger's child--and he will get regular help with math. He is totally afraid of math because he assumes it is too hard and he cannot do it. He has worried so much about this that his world is just an anxiety-filled nightmare for him. I feel so good about getting this done. He may be able to do it in his classroom, but he doesn't trust himself and he is not doing it. Having a small personal group with readily available help will calm him down so he can learn. My older son did bring homework home this weekend, FINALLY!! Now, I got some of it with my personal touch--and he was a bit surprised to see what I had--but he isn't even fighting me. It is so nice for a change to have the unpleasantness way down to a respectable level around here. With 4 teens, one almost teen and one just past teen in the house--but things are okay now.

As for me, I ended up not getting to teach during break--I had difficulty in getting the information and support I needed. Maybe it was something designed to give me time and space from the issue hurting me. I was able to clear up my thinking and free myself from any guilt or blame and place those things on the person to whom they belonged. I have played--I slept late 4 days, had 3 doctor appointments, went to a class and started my own webpage, had a lunch date with one of my dearest and oldest friends (small victory--I brought home half of my food and gave it to one of my sons to enjoy. Servings were too big for just me by decent standards.), went shopping, went swimming, and tonight went with my daughter, 2 of my sons, my husband and my son's girlfriend and her parents for a frivia night at church. We kept things hopping, won second place--and gave the prize money back to the church for the roof fund. It has been relaxing and fun.

I guess ten days have made a big, positive difference for me. I'm feeling comfortable with my decision and feel supported. I'm feeling good about my family as we resolve big issues. I did have a big depression-type emotional drop, but I got past it with the help of my therapist and my loved ones. I am more rested than I have been in a long time and I have had rare time to play. I also have a big lesson plan in my brain that is going to be fun and exciting for my students. I have another whole week off of work and I am planning to use it the same way I used the last one. I feel like I'm on the right track and I think I have a great destination too!

  
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LOULOUBELLE2 3/22/2009 11:04AM

    Oh Sylvia, I was just thinking AND praying for you the other day and then you post this blog. I'm so relived that you have managed some improvement on the home front. That you even took time to play is a breakthrough..... Good for you.
I know your decision about the surgery will be made through God's love for you. It's in "His" hands as you well know. With the doctors there to guide you in that decision. I admire you for your persistence and truthfulness. It's hard to deal with negative attitudes from other people,let alone admitting it to others, but your doing it and that's another thing I admire in you.
You have many friends here, count on us for prayers and support.
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BELLACUDDLES 3/22/2009 8:30AM

    You are in my thoughts and prayers, friends. Your attitude sounds great too. Here is a hug for ya whenever you need it!

Blessings,
Barbara emoticon

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SHIRLEY42956 3/22/2009 7:42AM

    OOOOOOh!!!! I hate it when materialistic people think they are better than another person due to looks. My heart screamed with understanding on what you felt. I worked in an environment for 6 years with that same mentallity. I pray that you realize that this is their problem and not yours. You sound like you are a wonderful human being and with lots of love to give to others. Please really think about this surgery...it is really a big step and hear it is very trying to the nerves. I've known several people that has done this and I think if they knew what they were getting into they would not have done it. Its not an easy fix. Also, please do it for the right reasons and not because of other opinions of you. I see you are Christain due to your blog and I want to introduce something for you to look at before you go the surgery route. www.weightlossgodsway.com. This info helps look at the total renewal of your mind (based on the scripture: Rom 12:2 Do not conform any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind. Then you will be able to test and approve what God's will is—his good, pleasing and perfect will. ) Pray about this first and let God lead you and not do it out of an emotion.... Do realize that I'm not any way affiliated in this program other than I had to find a better way and researched what God wants and found this. I just got the program myself and reading it now....But it makes sense...Do it God's way not the way of the world....OK I'm off my soap box.....God loves you and I do feel your pain and frustration.....Good luck in your decision.....AVA



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Tuesday morning, March 3

Tuesday, March 03, 2009

Hello,

I had a tricky night because our kitty finally is braving things enough to c ome in the room where I sleep...and the dogs hang out. He is not happy with my basset babies and they don't much care for him either. The kitty wants to play around, but has had his claws trimmed next to nothing for so long that he doesn't really know that he can hurt me. He kept "playing" with me and now I have a ton of little scratches and holes in me to prove it. What a nut.

I am working hard at getting some of the issues with my family under some control. I have worked hard to get my kids (who were off-track) back on track. I still have one hold out, but I think he will. I don't think he understands that if he doesn't successfully complete all of his classes plus his tutoring that he won't graduate. He says that he wants to graduate and then then 5 minutes later will sit down for a 12 hour marathon on the Wii. Go figure...

As for me, I am wavering on what to do during my break. I have signed up for two technology classes--one in IPhoto and one on making my web-page for school. I will use this stuff immediately, so they will be good classes for me. I also am in the middle of a two part class on mentoring teachers who want to become nationally certified. That class has been good for me--we finish it this coming Saturday. I have also signed up for a two Saturday class in April and a single day class that I will have to travel a bit for, Learning new things and being with other adult learners is a special gift. Our school district is doing much of this type of thing any more, but i know that learning keeps me vital. Hopefully, I will be able to show off my school web-page for everyone. emoticon

I haven't been working on weight loss so much--life has been crazy hectic and it seems as if once I dole out my energy over being the "law and order" cop at work ajd home, that I am drained. I have been eating within limits, but my sleeping has been so off that nothing can work well. I also have to select my foods better--I don't think that I'm eating enough protein, so I'm going to try to focus on that. A lack of protein would explain why I feel so hungry in the late afternoon and at night. Yet, sometimes meat seems to make me feel too full and then I get sick after I've eaten. I do best with processed meats--I know-- emoticon
or cheese or cottage cheese. I drink milk and eat yogurt, so I am trying to make good choices. I take so many medications that sometimes I get full just from them. I generally eat a piece of fruit before I take my meds. Most of them say they have a side effect of making people drowsy, so I have separated them into the ones I have to take in the morning and the ones that I can take at night. It is no wonder that I am often tried and feeling all drug out between my meds and my interrupted sleep. However, I am aware of this issue and I am trying to work on it. Maybe I need to drink some type of herbal tea. I love camomile and I know that teas have so many soothing qualities. Maybe that needs to be my research for the week.

I do know some great things. I love being a mother--it is so cool to see my kids who are behaving to reason and use the things that I have been trying to teach them. It is exciting to go shopping with my daughter and she is a friend as well as my daughter now. It is still fun to get them a surprise every now and then--tee hee, boxer shorts with Sponge Bob in a size 2XL are a great surprise. For the most part, I can share adult type things with them now too--like honest info about our finances--or lack thereof. They help me at work with my classroom. and they love so many of the things that I do--like animals and board games and card games and crossword puzzles. I used to take them with me when I walked. We live out in the country, so the places we can walk are kind of limited--but my son (the one who is vexing me right now) would come with me and we would talk about all of the beauty in nature and how things worked. It was the best fun ever. They all used to play baseball/softball and we would go to the games, cheer our player on and just have time out together. We used to go fishing too--never caught anything worth a hoop--but it was just fun to do. I want to be able to walk again so we can do some of those things--a long walk with my basset hounds and some good company is one of my dreams.

I think the key to being able to walk unassisted again is to lose weight snd take the pressure off of my back...and my artificial knnes. I need this site and all it has to offer. My situation may be a bit more complex than many, but I know that once I am over this current hurdle with anemia and vitamin deficiencies and the like that SP will lead me where I need to go. I also know that all of my SP friends and cheerleaders will help me to get there in my own time.

Have a glorious first week of March. Enjoy what this month has to offer--the end of spring, a time for reflection, Lent, preparation for spring and new birth. As I consider this, I am thinking about my youngest daughter who will be confirmed on Palm Sunday. she has been busily writing her speech and says that she doesn't need my help. It seems like only yesterday that she was born.

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LOULOUBELLE2 3/11/2009 2:16PM

    Just got back from my trip and was reading your blog. Way to go, Sylvia, keep up the good work of getting back on track, but be careful of those kitty scratches. You can sure tell you love those pets of your's as well as your family. Prayers are with you constantly.(•*¨.HUGS♥.•*¨) -:¦:- ♥LouAnne ♥-:¦:-

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CHAS1949 3/5/2009 1:18AM

    I thing you are terrific! POSITIVE people are the best!! I hope you just keep getting better and better! Soon you will be back up to walking unassisted and then who knows??

I am a retired teacher and understand the love of the work. I wish you success on your goals and happiness with your children.

chas

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BELLACUDDLES 3/4/2009 3:01PM

    You attitude is great, Sylvia!

Barbara

God bless you too!

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SHELLPRO 3/3/2009 2:41PM

    God Bless- & anyone who would treck as far as you did to get her Basset Hound? Can do most anything she sets her mind to! I'm here for you- emoticon

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