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Friday, July 3, 2009

I'm back...sort of!!

Thank you for all the support, prayers well wishes and cards. I am really glad that I hospitalized myself and stayed as long as I did. (43 days) I'm still getting used to real life. However, I feel better that I have in a long time, more grounded, confident and assertive. I now have bronchitis and am supposed to rest and drink plenty of fluids. I'll start posting again and visiting blogs as I am up to it. Again thanks for the overwhelming support.


Laura said...

Glad to see you back,CC.

Immi said...

Glad to hear you're back home! Take care of that bronchitis and pop back to blogging when you feel well. Bronchitis is a bugger.
*big hugs*

Anonymous said...

Welcome back!!! Take your time, don't stress yourself and we look forward to hearing more from you when you're ready :)

Mike Golch said...

Nice to see you back,I've missed you!Hugs my friend.

Ana said...

I'm sorry I didn't see your post telling you were going to be hospitalized.
I'm taking a time from bloging on mental health and also visiting my friends.
I'm trying to easy my mind a little bit.
I'm glad you are back. Take care sweet!

jeff said...

glad you are back cc.

Mikes Sumondong said...

take care you!

Marj aka Thriver said...

Yay, you're back! I'm sorry about the bronchitis, though. I used to get that all the time and it sucks. Just take your time and get well.

Clueless said...

Mikes Sumondong,

Thank you for stopping by and for the well wishes.


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