HI!!! I am sooo hyped up on caffiene right now, lol. Thank you for teh thoughtful comment. My foot was feeling much better until I walked my son the whole block to school... Apperantly I don't know how to step off of a sloped curb (it met the road for cripes sake!) and I did that whole step down thing and my whole foot felt the shock. C'est la vis, at least I have ankle braces and ice packs!!! :)
Thanks for extending the arm of friendship. And wow! You have been blogging a long time, Connie. I'm new to the blogging world . You can check me out at mommygossip.blogspot.com. My site is going through construction, but welcomes guests during the overhaul.
Thanks, but please, I am NOT amazing! It is God giving me strength and vision and the patience to learn and act on it! You KNOW what I mean I KNOW! You are in Florida too! Right? I am in Orlando. One of my writers Heidi, just took over the really fun Disney Meme, on her own personal blog. You might have fun with it! Her personal blog is... http://www.homeschoolblogger.com/ReviewsbyHeidi/
I know she is making a new badge and all to freshen things up.
Have a great night Connie!
Hey! I just left a comment in your Invisible illness post. I don't know how busy you are, sounds like busy! I have a site, Take Root and Write, I write and also have over 20 Christian Women writing too, you have to see the site to get it- or go to my page here too. Anyhow- A topic we are missing right now is a column about moms who are raising their kids while they battle their own illnesses. If you are interested at all you can check it out and get back to me! (columnist submit themselves, weekly, bi-monthly or monthly) Blessings to you Connie! Noelle
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