Saturday, July 14, 2007

Well, my weight is good, but slow because I have not been focusing on SP for almost 2 wks. It is realy amazing how I maintained though and didn't gain any weight back.

The rest of life is a bit of a rollercoaster with school out. My son is having some loneliness issues with all his friends away and my daughter is suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from having been lost in the woods at her girlscout camp for a couple of hours. It was really traumatic for her and none of the leaders told us what happened when we picked her up. They also didn't let her call us right after it happened when she was begging for them to let her. I am not sure what we are going to do about that, but we are obviously going to have to get her some professional help to deal with it. It looks like I will need to (hopefully temporarily) suspend volunteering at the pregnancy center until she is doing better. Right now, she can't be left alone for any lenght of time. She can't even shower without someone in the room next to her. This is going to be very hard. Please pray for us, and especially for her.
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    Greetings MADESPECIAL,
    I've been reading the "Do you believe in God?" thread and I have so enjoyed many of your comments - so I thought I'd check out your sight.

    I will be standing on the promises in the word for your daughter.
    I proclaim that what the enemy planned for her ruin God will in time use for her good. I pray for an extra amount of wisdom for you and our family during this rollercoaster ride. Thanks for sharing!!
    In Christ,
    3857 days ago
  • CHRISTIE2007
    Congrats on not gaining any weight with all that you have going on. Isn't it great to have developed new habits that keep that from happening, most of the time. (for those extra bloaty weeks) Keep up the good work!
    3871 days ago
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