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Fabulous Friday Daily Post - May contain Triggers
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ddnos posted:
Hello everyone! TGIF!

Weather - Mid 50's, partial sun

Sleep - a bit restless

Mood - pretty good

Plans - get outside to do some running around - haven't decided where to yet, hang out, work on project I'm making for last day with my tdoc in December.

Forgiveness is letting go of the hope that the past could have been any different --Unknown
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mercygive responded:



Lol Kitty needs a massage


Sarah - Sending well wishes and prayers your way


Weather: Perfect temps


Sleep: Exhausted but I can't sleep without seroquel


Mood: Okay


Plans: Make dinner, take a hot shower, do yoga stretches, lie down and watch a movie and have a diet root beer float -- slow churned French vanilla with diet root beer, half the calories of fast churned.


Have a hug
A little yoga goes a long way
 
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monkeybee replied to mercygive's response:
Mercy, thanks so much! I need them. I go back to see pdoc on Monday and we will decide for sure what we are doing then...unless it's necessary for me to go in sooner. I will let you gals know. Thanks again, that made me smile.


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