Aw thanks for the compliment. Sorry it's been so long to get back to you. I been busy moving. I'm so happy with the cut and it is growing to beautifully. So how are you and those numbers? Hope to find everything going well. Happy July 4th!!!
I am glad you are seeing your doctor. I need to go see mine soon. I am trying to wait till after the move since I am doing it mostly alone. For me there is no art to moving. I have so much stuff I have been caring around for years. I am trashing 50% of what I own. Its just time to start fresh. I am excited about decorating and actually living in a nice place.
I am doing much better right now. I am still suffering with the diverticulis which is painful at times. I was just feeling like I was falling apart. I am suppose to go see a holistic doctor to see if they can help me with a regime that will help relax some of the pain.
I am moving to a new apartment. Which I am excited about. As you know the moving is the worse but I have the remainder of june to do it. Thanks for checking in with me. How are you doing????
I was wondering how you were doing? Happy Easter to you too! Sounds like you are having better numbers. My numbers too are staying withint 70 100 which is good and I hope it stay that way! Still having a hard time having strength to exercise but I think it is going to take some time - I wish I had more energy. I am starting to get some more variety into my diet which helps so I am eating more than I did before. I am glad we connected on here and I hope things are getting better for you with everyday. Hugs, Kim
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