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Re: Stopping the madness noa

Posted by Greg on April 16, 2003, at 13:23:51

In reply to Re: Stopping the madness Greg, posted by noa on April 16, 2003, at 10:05:34

Oh Noa, I'm so sorry to hear about your Mom. I hope she's feeling better very soon and the dianosis isn't an ulcer, but it does sound like it. She sounds like a very smart lady and I'm sure she'll let you know if she needs you to be there, although, if she's like most Moms, they always try not to worry the kids. I'm glad you have a family member there to keep an eye on her and can keep you updated as well. Try not to stress too much. I know that's easier said than done. Just remember we're here to talk to if you need us. And keep me informed, I'll keep good thoughts and say a prayer for you.

Hmmm, I don't know if I'd call myself cheery exactly. I've been getting up at 2am on weekdays for about 6 1/2 years now and I guess it just seems like the normal thing to do. Weirdly enough, when I sleep in until 7 or 8 on weekends I wake up not feeling very good. It's like my routine has been thrown all out of whack. Usually takes me about 15 minutes to get out of first gear and then I'm fine. I had a lot of work to keep me busy when I got in today and that always puts me in a better mood. When it gets slow and I'm bored, that's when I get bummed out. I'm glad my post picked you up and I hope it made you smile. If it didn't, I'll send you a picture of me. That outta work... :)

Well, I hope your day is going okay, and let me know if you hear anything about your Mom.

G


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