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Wednesday - what a weird day!

Wednesday, February 19, 2020

Today was mixed - the morning was really successful - the afternoon fell to pieces and shattered like precious crystal! It was a challenging day! I did my homebound teaching and it looked like that was going to fall apart too, and then after about ten minutes, she got up and and worked without any problems.

The very best part of the day was a dinner fit for a queen. Lobster tale, Brussels sprouts, and asparagus. It was light, tasty, and a special treat!

My friend Lisa's husband has a blockage and they are talking about what they will do next. My other friend's 4 year old with a grain tumor was operated on and came through the surgery in better shape. They got the entire tumor and think that she has a very good prognosis. Still waiting on the test results to determine if the tumor was cancerous. There is no change in Lisa's daughter, they have tried to reduce the meds in hopes she will regain consciousness, but so far there is no change. At the school, they put out a paper to contribute sick days to Lisa who is likely to need more days than she has. She doesn't need to worry about money at this time as she has plenty of stressors to worry about.

Be blessed and enjoy the peace at the end of the day!

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    So glad to hear that your friends little DD came thru brain surgery. And hopefully they can correct Lisa’s husband’s problem, too. Prayers. Ad definitely prayers continue for Lisa’s DD. So much.

    38 days ago
    prayers for continuing progress
    38 days ago
    I always loved that people were so ready to donate sick days/personal days to those who suffered a crisis in their lives and needed the extra paid time off. Prayers continue for your friends, co-workers, and the families.

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    38 days ago
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