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This crisis has passed

Sunday, November 03, 2013

Jim came home yesterday. He's doing really well. I may abandon him to go to church. I'm really grateful for that support right now. I sent our rector an email when we were in the emergency room. She showed up not much later. I hadn't really expected that; I just wanted her to know what was going on. Members of the pastoral care committee came to visit. That meant a lot to Jim. I just joined the pastoral care committee - kind of ironic that I'd be on the receiving end of a visit before I went on a visit myself.

Now to get life back in order. I haven't worked out in a week.There's a stack of receipts on my desk, waiting to be logged into Quicken. The laundry isn't going to walk itself into the washing machine. Part of me just wants to sleep, despite getting more than enough sleep last night.

In spite of all the "must-do" stuff that looms, I am at peace. The Hubs is home, the cats are happy, and I am joyous.
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DDOORN 11/5/2013 9:51AM

    Nothing beats having one's home base all together! :-)

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APONI_KB 11/4/2013 7:49AM

    I'm glad this turned out well. On the bright side, you know what the pastoral committee does.

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GHK1962 11/3/2013 7:42PM

    I'm glad that he's on the road to recovery ... and that the both of you have that support.

As to the other things .... yes, they will need getting done ... but take your time, and be sure to take care of YOURSELF too ...

Wishing you calmness for the next few weeks.

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JOYCRN 11/3/2013 4:38PM

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EBRAINK 11/3/2013 12:53PM

    Hurray that the hubs is home, and you can ease into "ordinary life" with a sense of gratitude and joy.
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