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126 days of step is CANCELLED

Thursday, April 19, 2012

I just spent 5 days in the hospital and now have to have my husband drive me to a "wound care specialist" 3 times a week (because I have to take pain pills beforehand). So there is NO WAY I could finish my 126 days of Gin Miller step challenge. I don't want to jar my wound, plus I am attached to a portable wound sucking machine that limits my mobility and I don't want to jar it either.

I'm going to spend most of my time just taking care of myself and kind of put Spark on the back burner for a while or at least limit my time doing Spark stuff.
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    emoticon thinking of you. have been where you are. i know the feelings of not wanting to jar something making it worse. but you need to heal take your time.after breaking my ankle i still have not gotten my gate back. this messes with my back. after two years i am not myself yet..scared to get out and walk. but i will eventually.
    546 days ago
    Take care of yourself and give yourself time to heal. Then you can determine where to go from there.

    1651 days ago
    OH DEAR! What happened?? Will be thinking of you, and TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF!!! HUUUUUUUGS!!!!!
    1652 days ago
    Take care of yourself first and foremost! I hope you heal soon ... please be gentle with yourself!
    1652 days ago
    I'm so sorry to hear about your troubles. I am praying for you. Please take care of yourself.

    God be with you.
    1652 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/19/2012 10:56:48 PM
    Well, I will miss you and will be ttthinking of you! But you absolutely MUST take care of this first! Stop in when you feel able! emoticon
    1653 days ago
    emoticon take care of yourself its so much more important!!!!!!!
    I will keep you in my prayers
    1653 days ago
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