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jselleck posted:
Weather: Overcast and grey. May rain.

Mood: Snapish.

Sleep: Not enough had to get up early for appts.

Plans: Have Physical Therapy, the meeting with new therapist, run home for a bite to eat, take friend to work because we're using his car while the truck is in the shop AGAIN, then marriage counselor, then pdoc. After that Aldi's and Wal-Mart because we did no grocery shopping yesterday because we had no car. Found out this morning that the dealership didn't even look at the truck yesterday so I'm betting it'll be either Saturday or next Monday before we get it back. Which means we have to most likely rent a car friday so hubbie can get to work. I soo wish that idjit had traded it in like I wanted to last fall when the computer went out. It's been all down hill since then. Anyhow wish me luck that I don't murder anyone because I'm too tired to put up with their bs.

bpcookie responded:
Hello dahlings

Weather: cool and windy

Sleep: not well. Was in a lot of pain last night

Mood: I think ok

Plans: LOTRO is having their anniversary festival, so if I am MIA, I'm either there playing or in bed in pain.

love ya guys. muahs
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