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Who needs a pinky toe anyway?

Friday, March 15, 2013

I thought I broke mine yesterday, well as I was headed to bed last night! My husband is trying to training our son in basic dumbbell workouts.... So he arranges my steel weights, right out in the open! Yes, it was out in the open but I didn't see it....wasn't looking for it! HOLY CRIPES AND THING CRAZY did that hurt!! I even cried, I laughed at my stupidity and cried at the pain... A mess I was! Hahaha emoticon
I was on call last night too! Thanking The Lord the call came in half an hour AFTER I was off.... Unfortunately, my friends lost their home in the fire! They are fine, everyone is fine! Puts it all in perspective though.
Tonight is a candlelight service for thirteen year old who passed on my last Thursday night shift.... A call I opted to not go on...same age as my son, and they played sports together for years, just not on the same team. Emotional day.
Three things to be thankful for... Focus on that today.
I am thankful for:
My family and their safety
My health
That Gods blessing are renewed every morning, no matter what kind of day yesterday was or what the night brought. Today is new day.
What are you thankful for?

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    Bless you for doing a difficult job. emoticon We have several medical professionals in our extended family and I know it is a combination of skill and compassion. Hope your pinky is soon in the pink again. No excuse not to work out. Lots and lots on non weight bearing exercises.
    2809 days ago
    In addition to things that you mentioned, I am thankful that I am able to work and provide for my family.
    2809 days ago
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    I am grateful for those things as well. I'm sorry that there has been such sadness lately. I pray for strength for you. And hope your toe feels better.
    2810 days ago
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