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I See a Rainbow at the End of Tunnel

Monday, February 27, 2012

These last 5 weeks have been a stressful time in my life. My stepfather suffered a head injury and has not been able to get up from bed. I suppose it could have been worse and I thank God for small miracles. I find myself taking care of him as well as my Mom who suffered a stroke 6 years ago. Stress has taken a toll on me and this past weekend I came down with what I believe is the flu. I had a rough weekend with aches, pains and high fever. Now I am feeling much better even though I know it will be awhile before I am myself again.

Because of the above mentioned I neglected to do any time of exercise and therefore missed a 10K race that I had already been registered to.



It has not been easy, but I will not give up for I know the sun will shine tomorrow I’ll see a rainbow at the end of the tunnel.

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  • v DIXIEDOODLEDEAN
    God has us just where we are needed to be..to inspire others and to be inspired. Take heart .. this daily journey is life.
    1307 days ago
  • v LADYVARGAS
    Cuidate, que cuando nos dedicamos a cuidar a otros, nos decuidamos nosotros.
    Dios no pone cargas pesadas sobre espaldas débiles. Yo sé lo que estás pasando.
    Mañana será mejor.
    God Bless you emoticon
    1521 days ago
  • v VEGALEGARRETA
    CLARO QUE SI!!
    ESA ES LA ACTITUD!!
    " the sun will shine tomorrow I’ll see a rainbow at the end of the tunnel. "

    amiguita.. ya veras que poquito a poco todo se va resolviendo...
    ahora a cuidarte, para que te sientas bien ASAP.. y tengas energias para seguir pendiente de tu mama y padrastro...

    ya vendran otras races en el año para planificar y encontrarnos!!

    besos y abrazos our PINK WARRIOR!!
    1551 days ago
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