Just a quick note to say hi! Things seem to be going pretty good. I LOVE hearing "grandma" again from him. He is such a gentle spirit and it is really showing again. Thank you for thinking about us. We have a long road but we are all in it and that makes for a mighty powerful team~
Thanks for the note Debbie! Ive enjoyed working at the Salvation Armys Adult Rehabilitation Center. It is a great program....I never knew how good it was until now that Im working there. I love that its faith based. I had applied at Kern County Mental health and waited 3 months for my background check to clear...still waiting, so I moved on so ARC which has been a blessing. God puts us where HE wants us. Blessings to you and your family.
You deserve a big bear hug ms Debbie. Thanks for the sweet note. Sending you love down highway nine, chrome wheeled, fuel injected and stepping out over the line lol. Hope you are well and the ankle is healing up nicely. I'm coming off a huge depression but getting better, still clean. Working again. Love, MsD
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