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    This week will be one of the hardest weeks I've ever had to deal with. Mentally and physically.

    We're moving this weekend, part of my things to storage, part to hubby's house, and it is so incredibly exhausting to pack, sort, etc. I'm making slow progress, and the kids are helping a lot, but the physical act of moving scares me, and we wont have a lot of help either, one extra pair of hands from my neighbor, my kids, my 15 year old who is strong as an ox, my husband, and me.

    Plus, I feel like I've failed my family in so many ways, the cause of the initial seperation from my husband, the failed relationship with the bf, my past, everything, and I'm losing my independence that I so desperately wanted when we seperated and I was a RN making about 45-46K a year.

    I have so many emotions, happiness, fear, joy, etc, and nervousness from trying to find a house for us to move into by June.

    If I ever needed the power of prayer, I need it now. I pray for the strength physically to get through this, I pray things will go smoothly with the storage room, I pray that things will 'click' the fist time I climb in bed that first night with my husband, I pray that my kids will, first and foremost, be happy, I pray about everything.

    Please, if you can find it in your hearts to say a little extra in your prayers for my family and myself I would appreciate it, very much.

    I dont often ask for prayer, though I do believe in God and believe the power of prayer is amazing.

    We start moving Thursday, the truck comes Friday and Saturday, and Sunday will be spent cleaning this townhouse out so that the management here doesnt have a hissy fit that I left a spot dirty in the oven.

    I also worry about my health and how I will hold out, physical strength, and pain wise, as well as IC wise.

    Love to you all, and thank you. Sandy

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    Will do.

    And you'll make it. Just don't try to do to much. Let the family and friend do the hard stuff --- after all, they do need a foreman. wink

    Warm hugs,
    Donna
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    • #3
      Sandy,
      grouphug angel Good Luck!

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      • #4
        Sandy, sending prayers your way, and hope that everything will go smoothly for you, will be thinking about you, take care and hugs Iris. hi angel grouphug
        Today and every day you are loved, so don't be anxious about tomorrow, God will take care of you tomorrow; Live one day at a time.

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        • #5
          Sandy,
          Keeping you in my prayers and I know you will get through it. Along the lines of what Donna said, my husband says there always needs to be a Chairman.

          Hang in there, grouphug
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          • #6
            Sandy,

            Lots of hugs, love, and prayers coming your way. Everything will be fine. wink

            Hugs and love,
            Jess
            Mommy to 2 crazy, wonderful kids and wife to the most amazing man in the world!

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            • #7
              Will do. And God bless....hoping for the best for you.
              Faith, Hope, and Love,
              Katrina


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              • #8
                Bless you all. Today didnt help my anxiety a bit. I have been so exhausted that when I laid on the couch to rest a bit and watch Dr. Phil, I was sound asleep, saw not one minute of the program, and woke up 2 1/2 hours later, just in time to go get my son from high school.

                I wasted the entire morning, but I know it is my body talking to me and saying "SLOW DOWN SANDY"....so, after that nice nap I have to kick it in gear and get moving.

                Like I said, bless you ALL....you all are truly an inspiration to me and I'm lucky to have you all in my life.

                All my love, and appreciation, Sandy

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                • #9
                  Hugs Sandy hope you are all moved and back on track soon
                  Brat
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                  • #10
                    Moving is such a strain in the best of circumstantces. When you throw health issues into the mix, it can cause so much more stress. Take it easy and let the others handle a lot of it. If you have to rest, rest. Let the kids pack their own stuff. Maybe, by doing that, they will realize that a lot of the things they are hanging on to just are not that important when they are faced with packing and unpacking it.

                    My father was in the Air Force and we moved a lot while I was growing up. I was always amazed at all the junk I had accumulated in between moves. I learned to look upon moving as an opportunity to get rid of a bunch of stuff that I forgot I had.

                    I am praying that this move will be just the beginning of a lot of great things in your life.
                    Sharon

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                    • #11
                      A prayer has been sent up to the big guy upstairs for you and your family for a great moving day and a new life adventure! Take care!

                      Arcticfox hi

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                      • #12
                        Sandy,

                        The selfless love that you have come to restore is so couragous, your plight for prayers are certainly not going to be ignored!
                        You are a strong woman who is determined to pick up the pieces and walk forward in faith that everything you have done will have a purpose. I see that purpose as soulful, and you have so much love to share.
                        Trust in God, your family and also yourself.
                        You are certainly in my thoughts and prayers.
                        Please take tender care in yourself as all this unfolds.

                        Much love and concern,
                        Jessica Day

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                        • #13
                          good luck sandy,
                          just remember to do as much as you can and then rest, do a little more and rest again. It will get done in time but you must take care of you!!!!!Please let us know when you are settled.
                          Love,
                          Kim
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