I feel as though I've been rather selfish with my attention to you all lately. I'm really sorry about this. There are so many things going on in my life right now that it's getting hard for me to keep up. Today I'm so tired and my legs and back are HURTING severely. I got up at 5:15 this morning because I was too tired to take a shower last night before bed and I had to be up to take care of two of my grandkids at 6:30 this morning while their mom went through surgery to have a shunt put in so they can start Chemo. We all went to lunch afterwords. I've been doing a lot of research on IBC and wanted to get it all organized and put together to give to my daughter in law today. My mind is spinning with thoughts. I laid down at 2:00 to take a nap, but I kept thinking and thinking and just couldn't fall asleep. It's now only 7:30 and I'm dead to the world! Tomorrow I will have to pick the two kids up from Boys and Girls club because their mom and dad are meeting with the oncologist at 3:00 and probably won't be done on time to pick them up. I'm not complaining and I want to help. The ONLY problem is that they live 45 minutes away, which is 1 1/2 hours total for me to pick them up and bring them to my house. I'm a little worn out and it's only the beginning. Please pray that the Fibro doesn't flare up too bad! I REALLY want to be able to be there for my daughter in law as she doesn't have a mother to help her out.
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