Thanks all for the nice hugs and messages you sent me. Yes I was home, but my peace had checked out, and my anxiety was checking in. I had to step back for a few days and get grounded again. Remembering all the posts about letting the past be the past, don't worry about the future, live in the moment, has helped. Exercising and deep breathing were a most these last few days. I took a long walk and talk with God this evening and just got away from it all for 30 minutes. I came back feeling refreshed, inspired, at peace, and full of joy once again. Life throws us all kinds of curves as you all know too well, but don't you just hate it, when it throws you 3 curve balls at once? Things haven't really changed here and maybe never will, but I've changed how I'm seeing them. I've had to do this many times and each time, I think I've come out a stronger person. Thanks everyone for hugs and your patience with me.
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