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LEEPFROG95
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Sorry to my team

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

First things first I know I let down the co leaders but I just was trying to do to much for everyone but me.
sorry to the Team Leaders who work just as a hard to make this an awesome team.
This has been a rough couple weeks for me. Super busy for me to find extra time in a day.
My mom was in town, from AZ recovering from her breast cancer treatments.She is going to be ok.
The cancer is gone. She just needed me.
We planned a huge party for her, 70th birthday and Mothers day,
and cancer free day and a 30th birthday party all rolled into one.
We had a Nana 70th ~ Erin 30th ~~ 100 party!!
My daughter who is stationed in Germany with her husband made it home, for her 30th birthday.
My mom was here for almost a month and my daughter was here for 12 days in the middle.
Just working and being stuck in the MIDDLE was my only focus. being that our family had not seen my daughter for the past 3 years.
We tried to make alot of mom nana erin time.
My computer was given the task of being the shared computer for everyone needing something.
On top of the fun events at home I am taking classes that work is paying for.
I know some may be reading this and wondering really .. thats all..
I have devoted everyday. not missing a day for ALMOST 4 YEARS
even planning around my daughters wedding 3 years ago.
It takes almost 2 hours to plan a month to prepare all 30 days.
Working 12 hour days, a party planning, going to classes
something had to give.
Sorry to the team and to the team leaders
please know that I will be back !!


just taking a break from things for a bit...
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  • v LOVESLIFE48
    Glad to hear you are ok!! I'm so happy to hear your mom is doing well!! emoticon
    1080 days ago
  • v MIZ-FENTON
    Honey,
    that's what the co leaders are for.. to help and pick up the baton to carry it across the finish line.

    I am here to pick up the pieces and I think we are doing ok. we miss you but know that we understand and don't think any less of you.

    Please be well and take good care of yourself... and if you need me.. you know where to find me :)

    Hugs and Love Me :)
    1090 days ago
  • v LEEPFROG95
    Thankyou to all for the wonderful support and kind words.

    Trying to make spark time fit into a crazy schedule is not easy.
    and going to classes for work and learning and moving forward
    is my focus right now.

    have a great day
    fire away

    love n hugs to all
    mic

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    1095 days ago
  • v ANNEMAC5
    Just glad you are ok. I was just worried when you stopped posting.
    Family is important and you need time for you as well, thank you for all the hard work you put into the team expecting nothing in return

    Sounds like you still need some rest and recovery time glad your mum is doing ok and lovely to see your DD nice to have joined birthday party.

    Take care and be back if and when you are ready. We are just a virtual world the real one is different for each of us
    Anne emoticon emoticon
    1095 days ago
  • v NATPLUMMER
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    1096 days ago
  • v NANCYPAT1
    What a lovely and heartfelt blog - I would say that we ALL have moments when we MUST take care of our REAL WORLD obligations and commitments and that when SP becomes a CHORE instead of a HELP, it is time to take a break - your apology is accepted and our THANKS is given in reply - if you have been that faithful and consistent - this is merely a month-long BLIP on the radar. Relax and I am sure you enjoyed your busy month and all its events and joys.
    1096 days ago
  • v ANGGEL40
    You are busy..but do what you have to do..it's ok to take a break...
    1096 days ago
  • v KIMBERLY19732
    emoticon BUSY!

    1096 days ago
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