I can go on. I keep my eyes on the good things and ignore the bad.

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Update: October 24th, 2013
I've been absent mostly since May and I've asked my faithful friend Xnanny to help me out. In May I had to have brain surgery and I've never quite recovered. Yes, I can function but my sharpness is not there. I make dumb mistakes. Hopefully this is temporary. The other thing is I have been diagnosed with diabetes. I have found a silver lining in this in that the pill makes me not want to eat so I've lost 10 lbs since June. I don't know when I'll feel up to coming back, I've had the team for 7 years. I just know that I need to keep my eyes on the good things above the fray. God is still with me and his plan for me is a good plan. I can make it, yes I can.
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  • ~PAMELA~
    Sorry to hear about your health Bug! Yes, God does HAVE a plan, so glad to see you back! Blessings.... emoticon
    2438 days ago
    Bug I hope you can read this soon. I am still working on getting to goal but that goal will happen sometime. I am back in Minnesota living with one of my sisters and looking for work again as the last job I had was seasonal. I will pray for you and hope that you get well soon.
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    2586 days ago
    It's good to hear from you again Bug. I'm sorry to hear about your surgery and I hope and pray for you to have a complete recovery. Don't worry about JUDDD, Monica has been doing a great job of keeping it going. We're looking forward to the day that you will be feeling well enough to join us again.
    2596 days ago

    Comment edited on: 10/25/2013 8:44:41 PM
    I'm so sorry to hear about all of your challenges, Bug. It sounds like you have had a really rough time. I am sending prayers for you for a complete recovery. emoticon
    2597 days ago
    Welcome back
    2597 days ago
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