How are things for the LTS? My counts are stable & still the same meds. Life b/w the ears is still kinda hairy sometimes but I can't complain. I wish things could be easier in everyday things but, gotta keep pluggin. I wish I didn't have to work cuz sometimes thats all I can do. Rest helps in between I guess but that crap that comes up b/w my ears doesn't make things any easier. My boss wants me to manage the restaurant cuz the current mgr is leaving the state. No one knows my status @ work & being a senior person on the ladder, I only work about 32 hrs( of the most profittable times ). It wasn't long ago that I had responsibility of staff & all but I guess I'm afraid of my feel good time being consumed w / work only. My fiance is fearing that this may be her last year dealing w / cancer & I don't want to miss any time that I have left. Between my heartache & love for my fiance, my personal time is non existant & anything I have left is for work. I haven't said Hi to anyone in a while & I apologize dearly for that but things are sometimes very difficult to negotiate. I hope that our LTS are all in a very good space these days & above all, extremely healthy. The best for the new year to everyone & God Bless
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