Just a quick note to say hi! Hey hon, just wanted to say I was thinking of you and wondering how you're doing.....you're a quiet one. :o}........prayers of light, so you can see where you're going! but also to be able to look back and remember where you came from. You have it in you. Hugs xo
Thank you for everything! Hey sweetie, .......60 days!!!!! Keep those sight lines facing forward......won't be long and you'll see another positive phase waiting to greet you. Right before my 90 a new level of calm hit me and not a second too soon...I wouldn't say the sh*t party's over .......just a h*ll of a lot easier to shovel off. Hugs xo
Congratulations! Time for a celebration...I'm so happy for you. I am weaning off the tramadol this time. I think I have found good alternative pain relief so it's time to dump them for real. You are inspiring me. Even on days when you feel down, you inspire me, because I know it's possible to have those days and get through them. Hope you are feeling well today.
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