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A quick apology to my SparkFriends!

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Oh my goodness! I just looked at my friend feed/activity log and saw that some friends responded when I posted that I wanted to run away last week! I am so sorry! I did not mean to worry anyone, and I am okay! Thanks for offering support when I was having a particularly rough day! I think I was probably hiding under a blanket when the support arrived, and I did not see it until tonight! emoticon
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  • COOLMAMA11
    We all get like that from time to time, this journey can get bumpy at times! We are here for you!

    Elaine
    1949 days ago
  • EMSSBEARS
    I am so glad that you are going to join us in the 100 Day challenge I look forward to getting to know you emoticon
    2298 days ago
  • ZELLAZM
    I didn't even see that you were wanting to run away! I guess that shows you how little time I've been able to spend on SP lately! I hope all is well today - and in general! I miss my Azure buddies - may be back in the spring?
    2384 days ago
  • 62ANDWINNING
    I know I have been there! In fact Tuesday night, dh had a meeting and I told him that I was staying home instead of accompanying him. I was in bed by 6 and asleep (after half a dozen phone calls) by 6:45. Heaven!
    2384 days ago
  • ZANNACHAN
    *hugs* I'm glad that you're okay, though!
    2384 days ago
  • CIPHER1971
    No worries, we are here when you need us
    2384 days ago
  • 4CYNDI
    **HUGS**
    2385 days ago
  • JJ4493
    We all certainly have that "run away" feeling from time to time. Please accept my apology that I didn't see your original post and wasn't one that offered support at the time. I am glad to see that you are feeling more upbeat and are doing okay!
    2385 days ago
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