As I am down with the flu, I wanted to trying the laugh cure. Was going to watch some Seinfeld reruns.
Didn’t have the gumption even to watch turn on the TV. Wish my doctor’s hand writing was illegible. Better yet wish there was a cure for this bug. Will let you know when I swat it down and am strong again. Until then this is the best I can to. This and sleep.
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As I tell myself a thousand times a day, do not weaken, give lots of love to others and to yourself, be grateful, practice kindness, live now, give and seek forgiveness, and always hope the blessing of the forces beyond our control are with you and those you love.
DISCLAIMER: FORGIVE MY GRAMMATICAL ERRORS FOR I HAVE DYSGRAPHIA. If you need perfect posts, you will not find them here. I have dysgraphia which means that sometimes my sentence structure is not that easy to follow or I make other errors. Still, most people understand me. All of my books are professionally edited, but not all of my blog posts are. If this troubles you, feel free to read elsewhere. If you persevere, you are practicing kindness by lifting my spirits for that means you find what I say helpful and that is one of my missions. Kindness always repays those who spread it