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    jselleck posted:
    Weather: Bright out, can't really tell.

    Sleep: Up and down. Woke up after 6 hours, then took a couple small naps while watching "Downtown Abby." Lovely show.

    Mood: So-so. Tired.

    Plans: May have lunch with a friend if she ever calls me back. Laundry, laundry, and more laundry. Also need to tidy up a bit. Decided not to go visit the in-laws next month. Disappointed, but we really don't have the money. Even with what we're supposed to get from our health reimbursement fund. SO HATE BEING POOR!!!! Sometimes my life really sucks. But then sometimes it's really good. Hope everyone has a great day.

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    bpcookie responded:
    Hello dahlings

    Weather: very nice

    Sleep: not good at all. I woke up because I felt something drop into my ear. I was so panicked because I thought it was a bug. I spend 30 mins in the bathroom trying to flush my ear out. Then I had a hypoglycemia episode. Not fun.

    Mood: pretty darn good.

    Plans: I would LOVE to go grocery shopping but Im having issues with neck pain and I know that having to turn my head over and over again to look at items will kill my neck. So, I will do some chores, a load of clothes, maybe make a necklace or work on a purse and maybe take the pup for a walk.

    You all have a fab. weekend. muahs
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    skypper responded:
    hello and good evening to all

    weather today, i couldn't really tell i thought it was cold but kids said hot, i'm still feverish so can't tell if it is hot or cold bcause i feel both at once

    sleep: i got lots of it, but still feeling i need much more

    mood: tired and exhausted

    plans: its late so not too much, i did make dinner today, and all day off and on i've been cleaning/wiping all the doors/doorknobs/switchplates and etc w/lysol trying to kill the germs, i fdon't want anyone else getting sick so trrying to disinfect common surface areas...also in these past few days i've been sick i've watched 3 seasons of Vampire Diary's via Netflix, everyones been making fun of me but what else have i got to do i say?
    so just waiting on my sheets to dry, need to wash & dry my big comforter then back to sleep for me, i'm quite tired and need my rest if i'm to get any better
    ~Sky~
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