Thursday, October 6, 2016

Thankful Thursday





This past week has been busy, busy, busy for me! My sister and niece were here over the past weekend and we had so much fun hitting the beaches and getting to go shopping together. Then I had back to back doctor appointments on Monday and Tuesday. And then on Tuesdays appointment that led me to making to another appointment for this Friday morning where I have to go in when they open at 8am and do some "fasting" blood work. I don't know about y'all, but I hate having to get up and get going without my morning cup of coffee so that should be interesting... I am still healing well from my breakout of HSP but now my doctors are also leaning towards that I have some sort of Autoimmune disorder. So we are trying to get that all sorted out now and figure out exactly which one I might have. I feel like I am always running to appointments now but I am so thankful for the team of doctors that I have trying to help me figure everything out and get to the bottom of all these crazy health issues I've been having. Now if I could just get some energy back and start sleeping well again, that would be great!

I guess hurricane Matthew should be hitting the East coast of Florida at some point today. I can't even imagine how scared I would be if I lived on that coast and in the path of this storm. We live in the Northwest part of Florida (Near the bottom right corner of Alabama near Gulf Shores) So luckily for us, we are no where near this storm. But honestly, the longer I love here, the more I get nervous about living on the water. And we are just on the bay water, and not the gulf. But these storms usually hit both really hard. After seeing the news footage of Haiti and Cuba, it has totally freaked me out. All of those poor people in Haiti just have no where to go. Could you even imagine? I have been praying constantly for the safety of all people that are in the path of this storm. This is one scary storm!

I hope that you all are having a great week so far, and that you and all of your families and friends who might be in the path of Matthew stay safe.


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9 comments:

  1. I hope you're able to get the answers you need soon. I know how frustrating it can be. Glad to hear that you're not in the path of the storm. I feel bad for those that are affected by it. :(

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    1. Thank girlie! I am getting answers slowly but surely about each and every thing that has been going on with me and my body. But just going to the doctor all the time gets exhausting and expensive. (And I have good insurance) So I am just ready for a break. LOL. And yes, thank goodness we were no where near the path of those storms. They seem to be getting worse and worse each year. It is making me want to move farther inland!

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  2. I feel so sorry for all those people caught up in that storm. I did think of you actually Julie and am glad it's not on your path! Fingers crossed the doctors can shed some light on your medical issues soon. Xx

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    1. Yeah that storm was just terrible! Luckily we were nowhere near it's path. But poor Haiti and parts of the eastern coast sure did get hit! It's so sad!!!

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  3. I'm glad that you are spared from the storm! I hope you get the answers you need from the doctors.

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    1. Lauren, luckily and thankfully for us that storm didn't get anywhere near us!

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  4. I hate fasting for tests also. I hope your doctors figure out whats wrong soon. Hope you're feeling well doll. I live in New Orleans and went through Katrina so I know first hand. Hurricanes are becoming more and more powerful. Very destructive. The amount of people that were killed in Haiti were astronomical. They've never rebounded from the earthquake years ago. They need a lot of help. It's so sad. Hope everything is well with you.
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    1. I'm doing very well, thanks pretty lady! I am still concerned about the people of Haiti though. My local town collected cases of water and clothing and a local church was sending two members over with all the supplies to make sure they actually get to the people and not to the red cross. So I hope they actually do reach those in need. And you are so right about the storms, they just seem to keep getting stronger and stronger each year. I am actually considering moving a little faster inland now that i have actually lived here on the coast for three years. It's very beautiful but not sure I could take living through something like Katrina as you did. That myst have been a total nightmare. :O

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