Takin’ a Break

Hi All!

It’s been busy and exciting in my house.  My bathroom is “almost” done.  Insert Big Smiles here.  I have family in town visiting, and my oh-so-cute nephew is simply adorable.

So, I’m taking a little break this week.  No blogging for me, but I’ll have lots to talk about when things settle down a bit.

I also have a little prayer request.  I got to spend a lovely, sleepless night in the hospital this weekend, because my heart is oh-so-crazy.  Please pray that it settles down.  They have drugs for me, but they interfere with my asthma, so they are holding off.  I see the cardiologist on the 10th, but I’d like to stay out of the hospital between now and then.  You see, I’m bit of a germaphobe and hospitals are germy.

That’s all I have to say.

Well, not really.  I have a funny hospital story (of course), but I shall save it for later.

Love you all.  Hope you had a stuffing filled Thanksgiving (more people like it out, according to the unofficial poll).  Enjoy your week!  I plan to enjoy mine.

-FringeGirl

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14 thoughts on “Takin’ a Break

  1. Kelli Stephens

    Wanna know something funny? I always wanted to be a doctor. The funny part? It was because I LOVEE the smell of hospitals. My dad is a pastor, so when he would og on hospital visits I would always go with him just so I could smell the hallways and all that jazz. Talk about weird. lol!

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  2. Sara

    I hope you find rest and rejuvenation this week. I will miss your posts, but now I have an opportunity to catch up on the ones I missed last week!! Thank you for your wonderful ministry!

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  3. Jill

    Praying for you. I will “allow” you this week off : ) but you’d better come back after that, or I will bug the fire out of you. Can’t wait to hear your story!

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  4. Debra

    Oh dear. I’m praying for you and hope this gets sorted out soon. We’ll miss you missy but take your time and get lots of rest. 🙂 Lots of love and hugs,

    Deb

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  5. caprik

    Oh dear. Praying for a calm heart, steady breathing, NO hospitalization, and doctor wisdom to get to the bottom of all this.
    Can’t wait to hear the funny hospital story. I’m sure it’s a goodie!

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