The move has been very hard on me emotionally. And when you live with a house of men, there is not of lot of support to go around. I've been praying to be able to go see my MaMa again. I know that is wasn't going to be because money is soooo tight and I did get to see her in Feb., our first time together. But when you're hurting, you want MaMa. We're as close as if we have always been together, not seperated by 47 years. Even if I couldn't afford to see her, I still look at flights, just to see how much they are. They've been running $450-500 consistantly, week after week. Two days ago, a flight popped up out of the blue, $198. At that exact moment, my husband walked behind me and looked at the computer (which he never does). He said, where is that flight to? I said MaMa's. Then he asked me if the price was correct and I said I think so. He said, Book it now. There was only 1 seat at that price. I did! So I'm leaving the 29th and staying for 8 days. I can't wait. God sure had a hand in this one. Blessed be. dee
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