I'm not up to doing a lot of replies, but I wanted to check in, and I hope everyone is doing okay.
Bonnie - Get well wishes sent your way. Hang in there. Mary - Hope your appt yesterday went okay. I am thinking of you. I know things all went kaplooey for a bit. Hopefully you will feel safe here again, and we all continue to respect one another. AZ - So glad to see you post again. Hope you check in with us soon and you are doing okay. Rose - Miss your monkey face pic and hope to see it again soon. Let us know how you are doing when you can. LLT - Thinking about you, too. DDT - Hope you are doing well and are simply busy. Soul - I hope you will feel safe here again.
Those are the names off the top of my head, but I hope everyone is keeping safe and doing okay. Please check in when you can.
It's a rainy day here today, which suits my mood. I have the rest of the day off from work and will just take care of my inner child today.
Every day begins with an act of courage and hope: Getting out of bed. - Mason Cooley
I wish I were there so as to play in the rain but being ill, may not be a good idea. So jump into a few mud puddles for me and make quacking noises. If you have those rain boots and coat, that would be cool too!
Thank you for checking in with me. If I'm not better by Friday, back to the Doctors I go. (sigh)...
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