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What a week.  Last weekend I had a shopping event in Columbus GA and was noticeably tired. My trusty assistant and baby girl "J" was an enormous help to me when we returned home.  I thought I might be coming down with something so I told "J" I needed to rest.  Well, it was a little more serious than needing a short respite. I HAD THE FLU! and it knocked me on my butt. I thought to myself, I do not have time for this.  Well, it did not matter if I had time or not.  I folded hard.  I mean the whole nine yards ( I won't share the details). I know there are times when we need to be superheroes to the ones we really care about and want things just so...but it is imperative that we allow our bodies and minds to reestablish and restore.  We got to know when to fold. 

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Smooches : - )

Susan

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Comment by Janice Perry on February 1, 2014 at 1:07pm

Sorry to hear about the flu...my Hubs had it and he folded like the laundry as well! Glad you are feeling better!

-Janice

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