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tickle me tuesday semi-daily bipolar post/poss. triggers
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bpcookie posted:
Hello my Halloween dahlings,

Although Im not on the board a lot, I think of you all every day and keep you in my prayers. Its almost Trick-or- treat time and I havent decorated my yard yet. This VLSC has been keeping me down.

weather... really nice

sleep... been waking up with my woman pain. Im healing from the surgery but very slowly.

mood...ok when my pain is low but depressed when Im in pain

Plans: gonna try to go to walgreens to buy halloween candy. Do the dishes, play with dog. Lotro is having their Halloween festival and I will be playing that when my pain allows me to. I do my best not to take many pain meds cause I hate what they do to my mind but some days I have to take each pill for my pain.

For those of you who pray, can you pray for my surgery to work?

A big thank you to Snowy, Maggie and Mercy for the cards you sent. Thank you J for calling me and thanks to all the others who have been giving me none stop support.

love ya, muahs
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