AuntieB

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Spring Break!!!

<p>Spring Break!!!</p>
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Hey gang, how is everyone today? I made it through my weekend of antibiotic illness much better than I expected! Grateful

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Bad night#

All broke lose I am lost ready to done

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Hello everyone, my name is Brenda and I am thrilled to have discovered this group through a little Angel who intervened.
I have what I call a gratitude book that I write in every evening. No matter how difficult my day may have been (and there have been some challenging ones) or how lovely, I write the date and list all of my blessings of the day, the people, places and things that in some way helped with my challenges or were there to make a lovely day lovelier. I have done this for nearly 10 years when my world could’ve turned black, but I wouldn’t allow it. I often read it back and never forget to send a thank you not of appreciation where applicable. I’ve made several great friends by those little thank yous. I don’t text them or email them. I use the old fashioned stamped note. People appreciate those more than you know. So, tying life back to gratitude, smile on your good days and smile on your difficult days, there are angels all around you ♥️

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I know that I’ll be struggling with how I feel physically this weekend. I got a bad cat bite last weekend and the antibiotics are takings their toll on me and I’m on them through Monday.
When I don’t feel good I struggle because I always feeling good. When I’m not feeling well, I feel sad and feel I’m missing things. I also find that I cry for my husband and my Father who died 9 months apart from a quick spreading cancer nearly a decade ago. My husband was 49 years old - high school sweetheart (pancreatic cancer - 7 weeks) my dad, (my hero) 75, lung cancer, 4 weeks. Just as I was mourning my dad, my husband started not feeling great. They left swiftly and very ill. I’ve long mastered the flashbacks but when I’m sick, I want one or both of them. I’m nearly 59 and and those core human needs remain..as they should. I’m only human.
Anyway, anticipating a struggle, I’ve made ice with my Ice maker to sip on some nice cold drinks, got my new Debbie McComber novel ready, got my laundry done and all my errands and switched shifts at work. I also have at least 20 ty notes to write and just maybe (SURPRISE) the antibiotics won’t hit me as hard as they usually do on day 5.
My point is, I know myself, when I know that illness is coming, I prepare…and I get through it more like a luxurious retreat than a sad, dark, miserable weekend. I’ve trained myself these past years. When you lose half of your heart, you learn to embrace the struggle 😊

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I know that I’ll be struggling with how I feel physically this weekend. I got a bad cat bite last weekend and the antibiotics are takings their toll on me and I’m on them through Monday.
When I don’t feel good I struggle because I always feeling good. When I’m not feeling well, I feel sad and feel I’m missing things. I also find that I cry for my husband and my Father who died 9 months apart from a quick spreading cancer nearly a decade ago. My husband was 49 years old - high school sweetheart (pancreatic cancer - 7 weeks) my dad, (my hero) 75, lung cancer, 4 weeks. Just as I was mourning my dad, my husband started not feeling great. They left swiftly and very ill. I’ve long mastered the flashbacks but when I’m sick, I want one or both of them. I’m nearly 59 and and those core human needs remain..as they should. I’m only human.
Anyway, anticipating a struggle, I’ve made ice with my Ice maker to sip on some nice cold drinks, got my new Debbie McComber novel ready, got my laundry done and all my errands and switched shifts at work. I also have at least 20 ty notes to write and just maybe (SURPRISE) the antibiotics won’t hit me as hard as they usually do on day 5.
My point is, I know myself, when I know that illness is coming, I prepare…and I get through it more like a luxurious retreat than a sad, dark, miserable weekend. I’ve trained myself these past years. When you lose half of your heart, you learn to embrace the struggle 😊

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I know that I’ll be struggling with how I feel physically this weekend. I got a bad cat bite last weekend and the antibiotics are takings their toll on me and I’m on them through Monday.
When I don’t feel good I struggle because I always feeling good. When I’m not feeling well, I feel sad and feel I’m missing things. I also find that I cry for my husband and my Father who died 9 months apart from a quick spreading cancer nearly a decade ago. My husband was 49 years old - high school sweetheart (pancreatic cancer - 7 weeks) my dad, (my hero) 75, lung cancer, 4 weeks. Just as I was mourning my dad, my husband started not feeling great. They left swiftly and very ill. I’ve long mastered the flashbacks but when I’m sick, I want one or both of them. I’m nearly 59 and and those core human needs remain..as they should. I’m only human.
Anyway, anticipating a struggle, I’ve made ice with my Ice maker to sip on some nice cold drinks, got my new Debbie McComber novel ready, got my laundry done and all my errands and switched shifts at work. I also have at least 20 ty notes to write and just maybe (SURPRISE) the antibiotics won’t hit me as hard as they usually do on day 5.
My point is, I know myself, when I know that illness is coming, I prepare…and I get through it more like a luxurious retreat than a sad, dark, miserable weekend. I’ve trained myself these past years. When you lose half of your heart, you learn to embrace the struggle 😊

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Hello everyone, my name is Brenda and I am thrilled to have discovered this group through a little Angel who intervened.
I have what I call a gratitude book that I write in every evening. No matter how difficult my day may have been (and there have been some challenging ones) or how lovely, I write the date and list all of my blessings of the day, the people, places and things that in some way helped with my challenges or were there to make a lovely day lovelier. I have done this for nearly 10 years when my world could’ve turned black, but I wouldn’t allow it. I often read it back and never forget to send a thank you not of appreciation where applicable. I’ve made several great friends by those little thank yous. I don’t text them or email them. I use the old fashioned stamped note. People appreciate those more than you know. So, tying life back to gratitude, smile on your good days and smile on your difficult days, there are angels all around you ♥️

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Weather

Tell me what the weather is where you are and a good thing about it.
My weather is brisk today, low 40’s but the sun is BRILLIANT. Sun has a way of making me happy!

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