I agree too... when she dissappeared, I slowed my visits as well... its just plain boring around here without her! (not that the rest of us are boring or anything!!).... but compaired to peek, we all are a little!
I am sorry that no one has heard from Peek. I came here this morning looking for her. Sorry Swampy, nothing short of God Almighty will get me to the streets of California! :o)
Peek tried her best to put on a brave face (or in this case, brave words) when her marriage fell apart .. but it was easy to read between the lines. She spent a lot of years with Mr Peep. She was broken and my heart was breaking for her.
I assume she has retreated to some safe place within herself to lick her wounds and begin the healing process. I hope she'll "Peek" her head out soon and at least let us know she is coping and rebuilding her life.
I miss her but MedHelp is still a wonderful place....just a little lonesome without Peek and so many others that we have lost. I'm keeping her in my prayers.
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