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Health Report

Well,  Steve had held out on being sick with the stomach virus until Saturday night.  It hit him.  I am happy and thankful to report that we are all better now.  Except I have an ear infection.  My terrible sore throat turned into a bunch of drainage and resulted in an ear infection.  I did not feel well at all over the weekend and my balance has been very off.  I was still running fever Monday morning, so I went to the doctor.  I am now taking an antibiotic.  My ear does not hurt anymore, but it is stopped up and driving me crazy!!!!  I just want to sit in a comfortable chair and just stare.
We are hosting our Sunday School Christmas party this weekend, so I am trying to get ready for that.
I have heard so many sad things in the past few weeks that I hate to complain about my health at all.  Next post, I hope to be doing better.

Just something to think about......
GOD loves you soooooooo MUCH!  Always has, always will.  There is nothing you can do to make Him love you more and there is nothing you can do that would make Him love you less!  He IS love!

Have a great week!

Comments

Sasha said…
Hope you feel better soon!
The Garners said…
Hope you all feel better soon! So sorry about the rough Thanksgiving! :(
Natasha said…
I had an ear infection at the beginning of November and it took two weeks to clear up. I felt awful too. I'm glad to hear you are (mostly) better and thank you for the words of wisdom at the end of your post.
Tara G. said…
"..sit and stare"- you make me laugh!! That is so awesome because I know what you mean!!
His Doorkeeper said…
I remember years and years ago when we took the kids home for a holiday and Kelly got sick before we left for home and Chris was sick by the time we stopped for lunch in LR. As soon as we hit the house, Steve was sick and I had it by the next day. It was TERRIBLE! But I will always remember it! Good ole family memories!!

Sorry you had such a rough holiday and hope your ear gets much better so you can enjoy your party!
Johanne said…
So sorry to hear abotu your Thanksgiving :( Glad everyone is starting to feel better. I hope your party plans go as planned. Wish I was there, I could help :) Have a wonderful time.
GiGi said…
I love your blog and I sure hope you are feeling much better soon. I would like for you to enjoy your Christmas party. The thing I love most about this blog post was the last part....the love..oh merciful love!!! God is love! Thank you for reminding me Laurie!
Becky said…
Several years ago I got an inner ear infection and it was the worst thing I have ever lived through. Praying you are ready to go by this weekend!
Kim said…
Glad everyone is on the mend! Thanks for reminder of God's great love!!

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