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Baa Baa Black Sheep
I had a dream a few nights ago that notified me it was April 20th. When I got up at 7 AM, I remembered the message, so I quickly logged into Facebook to wish my oldest daughter happy birthday with an attached Birthday Greeting. A couple hours later when my caregiver arrived, I told her I had a doctor appointment at 10:40 AM, and I had to hurry and get a shower. I did so with my caregiver's help, then off we went to the doctor. I approached the receptionist's desk, and informed her of my appointment. She suddenly began having a puzzled look on her face and asked me a few questions which I readily answered. Then she informed me that I didn't have an appointment that day. I learned it was April 17th, and not the 20 th. DUH! She then told me they were going to call me later that day anyway, to inform me that my very popular doctor would not be there on the 20th. Then she fit me in to a new appointment on May 2nd at 10 AM.
The above two photos are of my Skippy. He is now 8 years old.
Night Of Thew Living Dead
Thank you for starting this thread. When my girls left for college, I suffered empty nest syndrome, but as one poster mentioned, be proud that your child is on her or his own and at least is in college. I have always been proud of their accomplishments, because both of them earned their masters degrees even though there were some traumatic times like we all suffer every now and then.
After I was living alone for a few years, I began to get used to it, and I eventually sold my place and moved to another state-the state where my oldest daughter was attending graduate school. about 15 years later my youngest daughter moved to the same state and now we are are together once again th each daughter being married and having 3 children of their own, and having their own homes. We have gone full circle, and I am now a very happy mom and grandma.
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