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This time will pass :)

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

My husband is in OKC and my movers come in 6 more days....I don't think I have ever worked this hard in my entire life. I have not been able to work out but everyday I work from early morning to late morning (1 to 2:00 am) I am starting to see the light, however, have some challenges a head. My son needs to stay here to finish his semester and it has been difficult dealing with leaving him. My husband's mother is not doing well in California so I need to go there after I finish the move. Anyway, despite I am going through alot, it has been very uplifting to keep in touch with spark friends, find new recipes and encourage others along the way. It has helped me get through the difficult times. Remember, we all go through difficult challenges and it's how we handle and how we react that makes a difference. So today, I am encouraging you and myself to know and trust that we will make it through this!
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  • APPEALSTOME
    Good luck with the move. Sorry you have to the pressure of leaving your son behind and visiting your ailing mom.
    4196 days ago
  • ZAEZAE
    Just what I needed to hear and be reminded of today! Thanks!! I feel like I'm about to buckle under all that is going on at this moment. Nice to know others are rising above the odds too.

    Good luck with your move - sounds tough, but hopefully will be rewarding and wonderful in the end!
    4196 days ago
  • SKYWATCHERRS
    You betcha - we will make it through! Sorry to hear you're going through a tough time, but it sounds like you have a great attitude and lots of strength and perseverance. And you're right - no matter how hard it is right now, it will pass.

    Hang in there, keep your chin up, and Spark is here for you! Best wishes!
    4196 days ago
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