First off sorry I haven't posted in awhile, I have been pretty sick for the last four months. I think I am finally feeling a bit better, and well life is getting better all the way around. I am gonna get to start a job at the IRS between now and April. My husband has quit smoking bud. He is now trying to sing for The Lord. He did a christ mix of Oh Donna, if anyone wants to hear it just message me and i will send you the link. We are still struggling finically, but God is good and life is getting better.
Next, I just want to know how everyone is. I really would love to maybe give advice to those in need or pray for those who are going through hard times. I would also love to hear any good news from anyone. Any new dxs, or anything that you are grateful for at all. Well, can't wait to hear from everyone but until then I will be praying for ya.
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