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    prayers...OT...good thoughts..anything !
    fibroinsd posted:
    Well, for those of you that have read my life history...I would like to ask for some prayers/ good thoughts/ (I will take almost anything !) for my dear daughter. She applied for what could be a really good job and get her out of the slump she is in...any prayers that she gets this would be appreciated.

    It is about a million to one I don't have tons of hope...but I am praying...

    Let's put the fun back in dysfunctional !- Mary Englebright
    MaMaTwig responded:
    Dear CeCe,
    I will say a prayer for her, and I wish her the best of luck for the future!!!! :)
    Anjl26 responded:
    Sending "I'm going to get this job!" thoughts her way. :)
    Being happy doesn't mean everything's perfect. It means you decide to see beyond the imperfections. hugs Sharon
    pocotaz responded:
    Got my prayers Cece...Hugs...
    Dollbug responded:
    Hello Cece.....I sure hope things go well with this for your daughter....and it not....then tell her it is their loss....not hers...

    This is what I tell my children.....

    Take care and good luck...

    IN GOD WE TRUST....MAY GOD BLESS AND GUIDE AMERICA.... My personal exchanges are Vitamin D and Pain and Wrath of the Dragon....if you care to visit..
    karenrugs responded:
    Good thoughts sent to you and your daughter. I hope she gets her job.

    I understand totally how you feel, I have a daughter going through the same thing. It's hard to see them go through such a hard time.


    A strong positive mental attitude will create more miracles than any wonder drug.
    alispazz responded:

    Only the best of thoughts and prayers going out.....She will get this, please Lord , we all need this kind of good news right now..


    Follow your heart and not your dreams..the dreams are from your mind and can lead you astray, the heart never can..SMOLOL Hugs Ali
    Socialwrkr responded:
    Prayers for you and your daughter Cece. Sometimes things come through right when they are most needed and I pray that happens here.

    Take care
    Be Gentle on Yourself!!! ~~Aimee Fibromyalgia forum writer, Aimee
    MagPrincess replied to Socialwrkr's response:

    Lets think Positive!!! Yes she will get this job!!! Yes she will yes she will!!!!
    Erin Given the choice between the experience of pain and nothing, I would choose pain. William Faulkner
    jamesii responded:
    I just said a prayer for her. If it is the job she really wants, may she get it, enjoy it, and keep it for a long time.

    Ark Jim
    Daffyd3031 responded:
    Hi Cece,

    Sending prayers that your daughter gets this job. Also, have my toes crossed (would have crossed the fingers but that makes it difficult to type LOL).


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