No Sleep =



I’m in my scrapbook room again this morning in my P.J.s, Diet Dr. Pepper in hand and it looks like it’s going to be another day of doctor’s, prescriptions, test etc. I’m tired, I’ve slept seven hours in 3 days. Evidently the doc at Urgent Care gave me three times the amount of steriods I should have been given…so why do I share all of this to tell you that no sleep = tons of scrapbooking. I have created pages, cards, teacher gift. I have sit in the floor and organized. I have finally broken down and started a blog.

Short Update:  Can not go back to work until Monday.  Seems the massive dose of steriods is causing blood pressure issues.   Doc says take it easy, no running marathons but scrapbooking was acceptable….we’ll see how many pages the next few produces….I am bored and ready to go back to work, but I’m going to do what he tells me to do because I’ve been sick for two weeks and I’m tired of being sick. 

Just put a Strawberry Cake in the oven for Carl.  He’s been so great while I’ve been sick that it’s the least I can do.  He has been a great help in my scrapbook room…I’ll post some pics later if I get a chance.

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I started my blog as a way to connect with other paper crafters and of course it has gone a totally different direction. I've been able to share my experience as a mother, my hurt and disappointments over not having a relationship with my maternal unit, my walk with God and how knowing Him has changed me and continues to help me grow into the person I strive to be......
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4 Responses to No Sleep =

  1. Welcome to wordpress blogging. I am fairly new and enjoy posting and sharing as often as possible. I also enjoyed viewing your layouts and I hope you do not mind; I read the “Letting Go” journaling that you wrote. I can relate! I have five children:four boys and one girl. My oldest two (24 and 20) have moved out on their own and it is very hard not seeing them on a daily basis, but it is all about becoming the adult young men that God created them to be and I am proud of them both.
    Take Care,
    Ruth

  2. wildlonewolf says:

    Welcome to the world of blogging!!! Love your LO’s!

  3. Kelly says:

    Sorry to hear you’re sick. I couldn’t tell from your post what you have but I’m guess something bronchial since you’re taking steroids (the wonder drug!). I feel kind of crazy when I’m on those things. I’ll pray for a speedy recovery.

  4. Hoop says:

    Hey! I guess when you called the other day I should have picked up, huh? Jeff and I were in the middle of grounding Natalie for her progress report and I thought it would break the mood if I talked to you. You are on the “juice”? Don’t get stuck on that stuff or you will be really buff. Feel better soon.

    Love ya.

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