Bubbles, I hope you feel better soon. In the meantime, I like Lexismom's & Bonnie's idea of watching heartwarming movies/shows to get you in a better state of mind. I think I'll try it myself. (((((((Bubbles))))))))
I had a bad morning but i feel better now thanks for asking. just have to keep the meds goin. talked to a few folks today for support. I'm kinda afraid to eat much of anything tho i'm hungry. i think i better stick to soup and bread. my daughter will come and bring some cuz i couldn't do nails w/her anyway to begin with no mula and then i was sick on top of it so........... i don't believe in going in the public (to weak anyway) but when youre sick unles you're the only one who can take care of you then you have to go you should stay home. ya'll take care of each other.
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