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bpcookie posted:
Hello dahlings

weather...humid, may rain



plans...well, yesterday I had a temp. procedure done to stop the pain, for a few hours The areas were numb which is a good sign. Hopefully I will have the permanent nerve burning, in a few weeks. I sure hope this will help.

take care, muahs
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melly2210 responded:
Hiyas...way late

Weather: Hot and steamy with gusts of winds up to 50 mph

Sleep: restless and not enough

mood: Too tired today to tell one way or the other

Plans: got up and showered, went to class. fought my way through that and barely made it. came home to more bad news from hubs (all his fault and he can't figure out how to fix it). did a grocery run. you'd think hubs seeing how exhausted i am would have cooked, but NOPE. Sat his fat a$$ on the couch and waited me out, then promptly went to bed. Oh, did I mention I am going to be a grandma again. Same stepdaughter, same baby daddy. I had nothing to say to her today. I suppose I'll gather my thoughts in the next week and call her and make it as positive as possible.

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