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Sleepless Sunday Bipolar Daily Post - May Contain Triggers
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ddnos posted:
Good morning!

Weather - 57, cloudy, to be upper 70's today

Sleep - I didn't!

Mood - Ok, a little anxious

Plans - Lay down in hopes of at least getting SOME sleep, then do some much needed house cleaning, a neighbor will be taking me to the store later this afternoon....other than that, don't know.

Have a great day!

Debbie
Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
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davedsel responded:
Sorry I did not scroll down the page before posting my daily post. That will teach me. So, I will reply here and hope everyone else does as well.

Weather: Cool and clearing in WNY. Rained yesterday.

Sleep: Pretty good. Pain levels elevated so I kept waking up and turning over a lot.

Mood: Not too bad, not too good Sort of in the middle, which is pretty good for being bipolar.

Plans: Listening to a worship CD right now. Church pews are too hard for us with our back problems. Finish all paperwork for mortgage modification and get it ready to send in tomorrow via Fedex. See if there is an NCIS or Castle marathon on TV this afternoon.

Have a blessed and super Sunday, friends.
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-Blessing,

Dave


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