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Happy ,Hopeful New Year!

Tuesday, January 01, 2013

We must look forward to better things, hope for things that atre right for all, and make teh best of what we are dealt.
I went to work, but it was very slow, so came home early. DD and I were watching recorded DVD's for me to catch up on Happily Divorced.. I love that program. I cannot seem to stop watching it through my eyelids,. so we have toplay some over and over for me to get the whole thing!!

One thing I did do for myself before the new year is switch my calcium blocker med to an earlier time of the day, take myu calcium at HS.. to allow me to make less bathroom breaks. MY world has changed dramatically!! One or two times awake during the night, as opposed to eight or nine!! I feel mor erested most days now.. ahhh..

May you all have a wonderful new year!
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  • v CATTUTT
    Great attitude about the coming year! And awesome that you're getting more rest at night!

    Hope your year is starting off well.

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    1331 days ago
  • v DOLPHINSINGER72
    I hope you have a fantastic New Year, and that things continue to improve. Hmm, I have to get up a lot of times to go potty myself in the middle of the night. I have such a tiny little bladder.


    1331 days ago
  • v NORASPAT
    I agree with the sentiment about doing better with what we have, i am curious about channel blocker at HS. Sorry I am not good at abbreviations I would never attempt to text.

    HUGS Pat in Maine. emoticon emoticon All the best for 2013 emoticon
    1331 days ago
  • v PATRICIAAK
    May your 'spark' New Year be blessed with success in meeting your physical, mental and spiritual goals.
    1331 days ago
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