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Friday, January 04, 2013

I know it has been a long time since I have posted or even signed onto SP. This is what has happened since the last time I was here:

1. I am now on a totally different SSRI and I have my brain back emoticon

2. My husband was laid off from his job on Nov. 15

3. My husband started a new job on Dec 14 (by the grace of God)

4. My husband has moved to Ohio to start his job

5. I will be moving out to Ohio in April

6. My daughter will be caretaking for our house in NY until we retire in ~10 years and return

7. I have gained 14 pounds emoticon

Quite a change in just a few short weeks! Some things have been good, some have been bad, but all will be added to my life experience and learned from.
At the moment, with my HH being 6 hours away, I am under a lot of additional stress, but I think I am ready to get back on the fitness horse once again.
I am happy to be back with all of you again and ...
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    Praying for you both to get settled in quickly and back on track. My dd is trying to find a house where her hubby has been working for three months. It is heartbreaking that the 2 1/2 year old twins want to stay in daddy's house. She is also pregnant due in April.
    1719 days ago
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    Glad the new med is working for you. Take good care of yourself with all these changes.
    1720 days ago
    Wow is right! Things have worked out though and rather quickly. Transitions are stressful so be extra kind to yourself and help yourself with good self care. Hugs to you
    1721 days ago
    WOW - you HAVE had a lot going on in a few short weeks! Sounds like you and your family have worked out a plan, though, and things are falling into place. Make sure you're taking care of yourself through all this. Change can be stressful!!!
    1721 days ago
    Welcome back!! emoticon
    1721 days ago
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