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Summary of my week...

Sunday, November 16, 2014


Here is a drill from my son's graduation.

This was an awesome week!

First, I found out Roxy had something in her paw. It wasn't cancer! Thank God! It has been a really hard 1 1/2 weeks with the cast. Bless her heart, she hasn't messed with it at all. So, no cone! I take her Wednesday to the vet to get #4 cast off...



I feel like she keeps getting more because they are enjoying decorating them!

Second, I finally got to see my son in Missouri. He looked great.



Yes, I have tears in my eyes, came like me like a tidal wave - it was such an emotional moment!

He had made a comment before he went that he was worried the army may change him for the worse. It didn't change him at all. He aced his way through Basic training - some of the 18 and 19 year olds annoyed him. He came out with a real appreciation for his job at UPS and said he learned a lot more supervisory skills. He ate REALLY good - gained 6 pounds and then had to work on losing it! And, he went right for the candy aisle at the commissary!

I was happy to hear he is staying in the reserves for the National Guard. I do not like what is going on overseas. I was so worried he would change to full time. I have already had my hubby serve, and, I really don't care - I am going to be selfish about this. I have seriously been through enough. And, I have a feeling that unfortunately we will need the National Guard more in the US. I also am a firm believer that any president we have should have served. Anyway, ok, I will get off the soap box now!

We went bowling...



He bought tons of candy at the store and ate it all - yayyy! That is my kid!

Here he is after graduation...



So, after graduation, he took a 13 hour bus trip to Georgia for training. After getting there, he found out he can use his cell phone and computer whenever he isn't in school. Yayyy! I can handle this! And he will be home for 16 days over the Christmas holidays!

Of course, this puts me in Mother's guilt mode at the same time. My other son is in San Diego and can't come home for Christmas. He can't get off work. So, as much as I really don't want to go back to California, I will plan a 10 day trip out there after my younger son heads back to Georgia. My hubby and I will take turns going to California to spread out the visits. My older son doesn't look any heavier in picture (he had anorexia last year). I pray that he meets a nice girl every day!!

It just stinks because my hubby and I really want to go to Jamaica for a couple's 50th birthday in March. We have a humongous water bottle full of change (10 years in the making). I am going to take it to the bank and see what we have. I hope it is enough - I really would like to go.

As for the 5% Challenge - I LOST 4 POUNDS! 3 to go! I am back ti my maintenance range - so I am happy! I will work on the remaining 3 lbs so the holidays don't take over!

  
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SHAMROCKY2K 11/20/2014 11:57PM

    Aww.. what a proud Mama. Prayers that things stay calm for your older son. Baby steps so you can get your vacation.

I think you're going to need a hand truck for all that change. Hubby throws all his change in a tin and I probably end up with $300 a year from that.

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INFLATED 11/20/2014 1:44PM

    I am so glad for Roxy and that your son has graduated boot camp. I understand your concerns about active duty and being shipped overseas.

I am glad that you will be able to spend some time with your other son, that ought to mean a lot to him. I'm hoping that things will work out so that you can go to Jamaica too. Good job on the weight loss with all that has been going on.

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JEWELS571 11/19/2014 11:09AM

    I love this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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MILPAM3 11/18/2014 4:06AM

  Patriots unite! I've been across the waves for school, for travel and for missions. I was always thankful to have been born in the U.S.
Glad you will get to see your son in California, even if not under the circumstances you wished for.

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SHARON10002 11/17/2014 10:18PM

    I felt the same way when we saw our son graduate from his 6 month schooling before his first tour overseas. I always have tears in my eyes too when we were are invited to a graduation for him, and just when I'm immersed in military in any way - Pledge of Alligence, watching homecomings on TV, lots of things . . .

Sending some prayers for your son, and thank him for his courage and commitment to helping our country.

I hope that your other son is doing okay. It must be so hard on you to watch that. I will keep him in my prayers too.

Any more room on that soapbox? Things in this country are just insane right now!!

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EDENZMOM 11/17/2014 8:54AM

    so happy for you!
i hope you enjoy these memories for a long time, and look forward to the xmas holidays with your family

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OVERWORKEDJANET 11/17/2014 6:16AM

    Looks like things are looking up all the way around.
If you can't leave yet, add a few more quarters to the jar.

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TERI-RIFIC 11/17/2014 5:46AM

    Your son looks so handsome in his uniform. It's great that he can come home for Christmas. Even if your other son can't - at least you can visit there. I hope everything works out well.

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KRISZTA11 11/17/2014 3:48AM

    What a week, so many things happened, and so many of them good!
I'm happy for you : )
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Congrats to your 5% challenge success!
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WONDERGALE 11/17/2014 12:53AM

    emoticon on the 5% challenge! Good news all around. Nice pictures! Thanks for sharing! emoticon

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R2COUNTRY 11/16/2014 10:29PM

    Thank you for sharing, and for having served. I do believe it is often harder on those serving at home than on the ones off in uniform.

Peace, Joy, and Blessings for all.

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FORZACHANDMATT 11/16/2014 10:17PM

    Great job in the 5% challenge and your son is so handsome - you must be a proud mama - and that is so nice you will go visit your other son

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DOGLADY13 11/16/2014 9:25PM

    A week of good news. (Well, I guess CA son could have been better, but it certainly wasn't worse!) What a difference in how you sound in this blog. You were so down last week. Here's to more good news!


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JAXMOMMY 11/16/2014 8:49PM

    Ah! Great news for you, your son and Roxy!! Congrats to your son. Sorry your other son can't make it home for the Christmas holidays. Hope there is enough money in the bottle for your trip! We save our change and once the bucket gets full we put it in savings for vacation only! Wishing you well!

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1HOTFUDGEMAMA 11/16/2014 8:46PM

  Thank you and to all the families whose loved ones have served in the armed forces! You sacrifice so much for others and are rarely appreciated for it! And of course an even bigger thank you to those who serve! God bless!

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1CRAZYDOG 11/16/2014 8:33PM

    Did your son graduate from Ft. Leonard Wood?? That's where my DS graduated in July 2012. OH boy, I had tars in my eyes too when we were finally able to see him and hug him!

Prayers for your son in whatever he does. And thanks to him, too.

Hope that your other son feels better. So hard to deal with anorexia.

Go ahead on that soapbox. I feel the same way!!!!

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WATERMELLEN 11/16/2014 8:12PM

    What a week you've had!

We love our dogs.

AND: we love our kids sooooo much.

And they make us proud.

And we never EVER stop worrying about them.

And sometimes . . . our couple time takes a back seat to the stuff we have to do. Which is so hard. Hope that you can work in the Jamaica jaunt too.

BTW, you are looking fabulous!!

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Exciting Week Coming Up...

Sunday, November 09, 2014

My husband and I are flying out to see our younger son graduate from Boot Camp this week. He called tonight and sounds relieved that he is done. A lot didn't finish. 10 quit after the first week. This stunned my Navy vet husband. No one was allowed to quit when he served. My son said another 35 dropped off along the way and others need to repeat.
I had no doubt my son would complete it. He exercises regularly and I knew mature enough to handle it (and know when to keep his mouth shut!)
He was moved to squad leader half way through. I am very proud of him.

We will spend "family day" together and the graduation and around town the next day. The following day he will be flown to technical school and hubby and I will fly home.

One if my teachers will take care if Roxy. Tomorrow I am hoping the vet says her wound has healed. It's been a trying weekend - I don't want it to be that hard for my teacher.

While traveling, I will track all my food and order salads for my lunch. I want to end the 5% challenge on a positive note!!

  
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1CRAZYDOG 11/16/2014 8:21AM

    Congratulations! Please thank your son for his service. My DS was Army. It really does change their lives forever . . . and yours! HUGS

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SHARON10002 11/15/2014 12:22AM

    Congratulations to you and your son! Please thank him for his service to his country. My husband is also retired Navy, and your blog brings back stories and memories of my son's boot camp training. He's in the Air Force. I always feel a little thrill, and get a lump in my throat when I hear about military victories. We wish your son much success as he prepares to embark on his military career!
Be a proud Mom, and I invite you to join our Blue Star Moms team.


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WATERMELLEN 11/11/2014 7:31AM

    Proud mum! Isn't it wonderful to celebrate our kids' successes???

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OVERWORKEDJANET 11/11/2014 6:13AM

    Wow, that time went fast.
Enjoy your visit and thanks for sharing him with the rest of us.
You should be proud!

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KRISZTA11 11/10/2014 3:02PM

    emoticon to your son, amazing accomplishment!
Enjoy your time together!
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EDENZMOM 11/10/2014 8:02AM

    Sounds like there will be a lot of video conferencing with Roxy this week :)
Glad that you and hubby get a few days away, and to spend some time with one of your sons. what a fantastic accomplishment, you are right to be so proud! Enjoy your time together!!

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TERI-RIFIC 11/10/2014 7:05AM

    emoticon Have a wonderful time at the graduation.

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IFDEEVARUNS2 11/10/2014 7:01AM

    Congrats to your son!
I had no idea quitting was an option.

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INFLATED 11/10/2014 2:06AM

    Your son might be able to get free food on Veteran's Day. Hubby and I will take advantage of that since we are both veterans.

He has done well in Boot Camp. There were many that didn't make it through basic training when I was in the Air Force. I went in at 120 lbs. and weighed 112 lbs. at the end of basic training. I didn't go to Tech School, but went to another base after basic training.

You are disciplined and he had a good teacher, Mom. Congratulations to him and on you for planning ahead to stay with the challenge!

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WONDERGALE 11/10/2014 2:00AM

    Congratulations! Have a great trip! emoticon

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CZESTES 11/10/2014 1:33AM

    Congratulations! Be a proud Mom, you did a good job!

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SHAMROCKY2K 11/10/2014 12:03AM

    How proud you must be! Enjoy the trip and time away.

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FORZACHANDMATT 11/9/2014 10:56PM

    Congrats to your son - enjoy your time with him

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DOGLADY13 11/9/2014 10:12PM

    You must be so proud of your son. Congratulations!

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BETRHO48 11/9/2014 9:34PM

    emoticon You have a right to be proud of your son. Our military is a lot different (now that it is all voluntary) than when your husband served. Looks like you have your time away well planned out. Good for you. Have a safe trip and enjoy the visit with your son.


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MAINEALI 11/9/2014 9:26PM

    Congratulations to you and your son! My husband too is retired Navy and I always feel a little thrill when I hear about military victories. I wish your son all the success in the world as he embarks on his military career!

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Update On Roxy...

Saturday, November 08, 2014

I have to apologize. I wrote an update on Roxy's surgery and must not have saved it correctly - just realized it didn't go through!

Roxy is healing nicely. The vet staff said she cried a lot and loudly when she woke up :(. I wish they hadn't told me. She was heavily sedated and also given Benadryl so she was out of it all day Thursday. I held her at work. She hates the cone - I think that's why she was crying so much. I took it off Thursday night and have been stuck to her like glue. She hasn't bothered with her leg. I am not getting anything done! She isn't allowed to jump and the few times I have turned my back she has jumped on or off the couch! She also cannot get her bandage wet. This has proven to be the hardest part. She won't walk at all or -even squat outside- with the rubber bag on. And the ground is wet. My hubby finally got her to "go" this morning. In the process her bandage got wet. So I had to run her to the vet for a bandage check. They said it was a good thing I went, it was soaked inside. She could've gotten an infection. They said it is healing nicely. And she came out with a new bandage!


The vet is pretty certain the lesion wasn't cancerous. We are waiting on the test results to find out what it was.

Thanks for your concern and prayers.

  
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JAXMOMMY 11/10/2014 9:31AM

    Sweet Girl! I know you have been stuck to her! I hope she heals super quick and the lesion was just something, anything, but cancer! Those dogs are in our hearts! Keep us posted! Give her a big kiss from me and Sassy! Had to laugh at someone who called that thing the cone of shame! Sweet Roxie!

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ENDUROVET 11/10/2014 9:01AM

    Yep, no one likes the Cone of Shame ;-) !!!
Glad to hear the good news & all the best to your son, I know you must be ever so proud!
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EDENZMOM 11/10/2014 8:00AM

    just reading this now... I'm so glad that we are both very wide-eyed mommies. i would have done the same with the bandage, and run back to the vet. Good thing you did, I could not imagine that it could have caused an infection! I hope Roxy i in good spirits today, and that the results come back that it was nothing serious on her paw. :)

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INFLATED 11/10/2014 1:58AM

    Praying the results will be negative for Roxy's lump. The vet spayed and declawed the front feet of my cat at the same time. To me, that seemed like a lot to recover from, but he said they are resilient.



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SHARON10002 11/9/2014 9:07PM

    Keeping you and Roxy in my thoughts and prayers.

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MNABOY 11/9/2014 4:39PM

    Pets are family

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MJREIMERS 11/8/2014 7:43PM

    We are crossing our paws for a negative on the test results. Hang in there, it's never easy to see our furkids not feeling well.

Halo sends his regards and wants her to know plastic bags over leg bandages aren't so bad!

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MAINEALI 11/8/2014 4:46PM

    Let's pray for super freaky healing genes! That's what we have in my family. We all heal really fast.

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OVERWORKEDJANET 11/8/2014 4:15PM

    They worry us as much as our biological children!
Oscar never even licked his wound. Some dogs aren't worriers, some are.
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'm glad YOU are feeling better too!

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DOGLADY13 11/8/2014 2:20PM

    Little Pooch! The prognosis is good. Lot's of hope.

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WATERMELLEN 11/8/2014 2:02PM

    What a lovable doggie she is -- no wonder you dote upon her the way you do.

So glad you ran her back to the vet -- and here's hoping for reassuring biopsy results.

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 11/8/2014 1:48PM

    Did she loses any toes or did they just remove the growth? I hope she is getting better quickly.

One of my cats absolutely refuses to wear a cone (which is a collar for cats.) No matter how we put it on, he manages to get out of it, eventually, keeping us awake during the process.

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KRISZTA11 11/8/2014 12:58PM

    Thank you for the update, I'm glad the procedure went well and Roxy is well. Be strong for the next few days while the bandage is on!
Hugs, Kriszta

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Prayers Needed for Roxy...

Wednesday, November 05, 2014

Hi guys! Please say some prayers for Roxy. She has a lump on her paw - vet isn't sure if a splinter, etc. is in it or if it is a Mast Cell Tumor :( She has been on antibiotic and inflamatories for 1 1/2 weeks and it hasn't gone down. An xray won't show splinters, ingrown hair, etc so I have opted to get it removed tomorrow. If it is cancer, she is going to lose a couple toes :(

We walk outside everyday, so I am really hoping it's something that got stuck as she was walking out there.



Thanks!!

  
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JAXMOMMY 11/10/2014 9:37AM

    Love to you & Roxy!

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SHARON10002 11/9/2014 9:05PM

    Praying for you and Roxy. . . Hope it is something that can be easily remedied.

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KENDRACARROLL 11/8/2014 12:40AM

    Hugs to Roxy.
Keeping fingers crossed.

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OVERWORKEDJANET 11/7/2014 5:46AM

    Oscar had some kind of thing grow on his paw once. Had it removed with about 8 stitches which he never touched!
She may do just fine.

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JDOWM62 11/6/2014 11:43AM

    Sending good thoughts!!

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MBTEPP 11/6/2014 8:00AM

    Sending good wishes for the best news. ..

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WONDERGALE 11/6/2014 12:07AM

    I hope everything goes well! emoticon

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CHEBBA 11/5/2014 7:11PM

    Not only am I sending Roxy a hug for good luck, but so is my Sarah, our GSD x Rotti on my home page, rescued as a skeletal dog just under 4 years ago. She lost her entire front leg last year, due to cancer, and against all the odds is still here 16 months later. We go to hydrotherapy weekly and were there today with her - you should see her leap into the pool from the ramp, she is remarkable, goes up and down stairs, goes for short walks on her harness - and can still jump on the bed from time to time!

There is life after bits of bodies have been removed, if it comes to Roxy losing toes. Don't despair. Hopefully it won't come to that, but, if it does, don't despair. Animals are resourceful and cope with things much less emotionally than we humans. As Tripawds says "Better to hop on three legs than die in pain on four." You can modify that for Roxy if the worst comes to the worst - but let's hope it doesn't, of course.

Good Luck and let us know how precious, gorgeous Roxy fares.

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INFLATED 11/5/2014 5:31PM

    Praying for you and all that you are going through. Mat_11:28 Come unto me, all ye that labour and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest.
1Pe 5:7 Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you. We can be crushed by our problems or we can give them to God and accept His outcome for them. Can they biopsy this lump? It would be awful to remove it if something is embedded and it is swollen.


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MAINEALI 11/5/2014 4:58PM

    Ah, sweet Roxy! Take care and good luck tomorrow!

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STRIVER57 11/5/2014 4:21PM

    white light and good luck to you and roxy!


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WATERMELLEN 11/5/2014 4:19PM

    Roxy is so adorable -- sending her all best wishes absolutely!!

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MIRAGE727 11/5/2014 3:27PM

    Dang, I hate to see any pup go through that. Wishing the best! Gotta love them Babies!
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FISHGUT3 11/5/2014 2:02PM

    Good luck Roxy, will be thinking of you.

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DOGLADY13 11/5/2014 12:40PM

    Oh! Poor Roxy. I hope it is minor and she has a speedy recovery.

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KRISZTA11 11/5/2014 11:56AM

    Good luck for tomorrow!
I'll be thinking of you and Roxy.
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BOB5148 11/5/2014 10:56AM

 
good luck in my thoughts

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CHERRY666 11/5/2014 10:25AM

    Aww. Good luck! My old dog had something like that (Cancer in the nail bed, I believe) and had to have a toe removed. I felt terrible for him, but he didn't seem to notice and adjusted just fine. I hope the same is true for Roxy. (Thinking of you, too. It's so hard when our pets are sick. *big hug*)

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FORZACHANDMATT 11/5/2014 10:21AM

    Oh no - so sorry to hear that. I'm praying it's benign

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LIVE2RUN4LIFE 11/5/2014 9:25AM

    Get well soon, Roxy!
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    You got it! emoticon emoticon

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CHEMCHIC2006 11/5/2014 8:14AM

    Sorry to hear about Roxy's troubles! My Zeus had a cyst removed from under his paw in September.. luckily nothing came of it. Wishing the same for Roxy!

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EDENZMOM 11/5/2014 8:10AM

    OH NO!!! Poor Roxy!!
I hope it's nothing.
sending good thoughts your way, give her big cuddles from all of us.
keep up posted please.

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SWEDE_SU 11/5/2014 8:01AM

    sending white light roxy's way...

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I am in limbo...

Monday, November 03, 2014

Trying to come to terms with a 26 year old dying after an 8 year old fight with lymphomic cancer. Trying to "help" my unhealthy son comes to grips with his 26 year old BFF's death while my son is all the way across the country. And way too skinny! Trying to come to terms with my other son telling me his unit is one of first one's deployed while watching ISIS videos in the news. I not strong enough for all of this!!

I feel like I am having an"out of body" experience. Ugh!
Yikes!!

  
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JAXMOMMY 11/10/2014 9:35AM

    Oh, my friend! I am so behind on your blogs! So sorry you are dealing with so much and then Roxy too! Dissociation, that out of body feeling, is common during great stress. Hang in there! Let your boys know how much you love them!

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SHARON10002 11/9/2014 9:02PM

    Know how you are feeling. My son is over there too.
Hang in there, and will keep you all in my prayers.


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CHEMCHIC2006 11/5/2014 8:20AM

    Sorry you are going through all this.. when it rains, it pours. This too shall pass.. keep your mind on the positive. emoticon

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R2COUNTRY 11/4/2014 6:34PM

    I am so sorry you are having it to go through. I lift up you, your sons, Mike's family and the members of your son's unit. Look to God for the peace that passes all understanding. There is nothing to big for him. I know it can be so overwhelming in the middle of the flood, but he is with you in the middle and will see you through. I hope you and all precious to you, Peace, Joy, and Blessings. emoticon

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EDENZMOM 11/4/2014 9:48AM

    That cannot be easy to deal with all at the same time.
Find comfort in your routines, and know and trust that you have raised really smart and good sons who will make good decisions and make you proud.
My thoughts are with you, keep strong!

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MWWENSIN 11/4/2014 8:19AM

    You will do fine as you always have. You will come out of this stronger. I admit it feels terrible while you are going through this, and don't feel the need to handle it all on your own. This is what your friends and family are for - to help you out in your time of need. Lean on them/us for support. Pray. This as every other time that you have dealt with will pass. You just need to get through it which you will. I'll be praying for you and your family.

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WATERMELLEN 11/4/2014 7:54AM

    All too much and too tough: understandable you're feeling the way you are. Hang in there.

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All we can do sometimes, isn't it?

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KRISZTA11 11/4/2014 6:52AM

    I wish health and safety to both of your sons, and to you.
Take good care of yourself!
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DOGLADY13 11/4/2014 6:36AM

    Oh dear. I wish I could help you. That is a lot of fear and anxiety for you to carry around. Is there someone who can help you manage it who isn't living in the middle of it with you?

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TERI-RIFIC 11/4/2014 6:13AM

    emoticon My prayers are also with you.

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    hang in there - life is throwing some hard things your way… emoticon emoticon

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FORZACHANDMATT 11/4/2014 3:21AM

    Yikes - SO sorry you are dealing with this. Your loss is so upsetting - such a young/short life for him and to have suffered - and now to have to worry about your son. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your loved ones at this difficult time


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WONDERGALE 11/3/2014 10:17PM

    It's really tough, but you have to stay strong for your sons. I'm praying for you all. emoticon

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BABENPROGRESS 11/3/2014 9:25PM

    HANG IN THERE!! Thank you to your family and son for the sacrifice and service given. Prayers for your youngest son that he finds peace and good health.

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