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Sunday, May 23, 2010

It has been awhile since I have been on here. LIfe is chaotic at the moment. I lost my car keys somewhere, and am without wheels. This is major when I have dr's appts 2 hours away. So I have been tearing the house apart trying to find them. If I don't find them I need to have the car towed to Bemidji and re-programmed for another set of keys. And I need the car by Wed.

Then my best friend was just diagnosed with a brain tumor and I have been trying to help her all I can. Life is not easy at times. Lots of stress at the moment. Well, really, I can't recall when there has not been stress in my life over something or other. One Day at a Time works very well here. So does Keep it Simple and Easy Does it.

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SPWHITESTONE 5/23/2010 4:20PM

    Sending you good wishes for the coming week!

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NUTNFANCY 5/23/2010 9:48AM

    With God's help we can do anything and that means also overcoming stress. I hope you have found your keys by now, did you look in the fridge, lol! Don't laugh, it happens. Always try to go back in your mind where you leave something, when was the last time you used them and then what did you do or where did you go after, are they in the pocket of the last thing you wore. All of these things are things I try when I have lost something.

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SARAHTAIT 5/23/2010 8:56AM

    Sounds like one day at a time is about all you can definitely handle!!! Hope you find those keys-what a hassle!!! So sorry about your friend-she is blessed with a great friend like you to help her out though so that is great. Hope your days get calmer!!

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DAISY443 5/23/2010 6:24AM

    Hope you found those keys! So sorry about your friend, she is lucky to have a good friend like you. Stay strong! emoticon

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