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Monday, December 20, 2010

It is hard to keep priorities right now. It was my moms 88th birthday today. I got her fresh blueberry muffins for breakfast with a card and gift. Her friend was ill today and so she asked me to help her. I did first by taking her temp, she had one, then advising her to call her MD due to her other symptoms. I ended up taking her to her Dr an then to exray and last to get her new scripts at the pharmacy. I had very little time left before I had to take my Mom out for her dinner. Then after thaat I took her around town with another friend to see all the Christmas lights. It was a full day for my Mom. Me did not get to much I had to do today.

But at least I know my Mom is happy. Tomorrow I will take care of me for it will be my birthday and I will be alone and only have myself to deal with.
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    What a wonderful daughter you are - I hope hope you have a wonderful birthday. emoticon
    3870 days ago
    emoticon Happy Birthday! Hope you really enjoy your day!
    3870 days ago
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    Here is an early Happy Birthday. Enjoy the day.

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    3870 days ago
    Glad you have your birthday tomorrow and that you can do whatever you want for yourself! Are you just going to play it by ear, or are there some special things you'll be doing that you really enjoy?

    Sounds like you did a great job of making your mom's birthday a good one. I know how you feel when you're doing so much for other people. Keep remembering that you're # emoticon though, okay?
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    3870 days ago
    Enjoy all the time you can get with your mom even if it is doing absolutely nothing because time runs out so fast and you can't get it back. My mom was my best friend she died 2002 right before her 64th birthday and even today I would give anything for one more day!
    3870 days ago
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