A Special Thank-You

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

I want to say "Thank-you" to everyone who responded to me through this Blog site or through sparkmail. Your ideas, words of encouragement and support were greatly appreciated. The Orthopedic doctor changed my medications and my Primary Care Physician gave me medications to help stabilize my emotions. I was told that exercise is a Big NO-NO and the doctors want me to limit my use of the computer to no more than 2-3 hours a day.

They told me that the effects of these new medications will make me drowsy and to be careful when driving and do make any financial decisions until my body gets used to the new medications and the effects are not as intense. I wanted something other than television to keep me preoccupied so I purchased a 1000 piece puzzle hopefully that along with television, sleeping, eating, and daily walks to the mail box coupled with 2-3 hours of computer (shared between job search banks and sparkpeople) the addition of the puzzle will keep my mind occupied and give me something to look forward to (the puzzle being finished, it by Thomas Kinkade the Artist of Light) and is of a Lighthouse which I recently have developed a fond interest in.

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    That's what we're here for! Keep up the good work!
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    3065 days ago
    Doing a puzzle is a great idea. Are you going to glue it together when your done and hang it up. I absolutely love Thomas Kinkade I have a puzzle also a 3-D one that I'm going to put together sometime when I'm not busy. Which may be never by the looks of things. To much to do in to little time. Enjoy some down time I know I would if I could. Take care and remember that everything always works out in the end!!!!! emoticon
    3065 days ago
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