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Tuesday, September 15, 2020

Hey everyone,

Thank you to all of you who have checked in with me. I am starting to get the pain under control. I hope to be more active here soon. I've been logging in daily, but I haven't been tracking food and I have spent way too much time on the couch. That needs to change soon.

Ben was just named a National Merit Semifinalist. He goes to school in New Jersey, and that's one of the two states with the toughest qualifications for National Merit Semifinalists. I'm really happy for him.

I hope you are all doing well. I'll try to check in more with you all individually. Thank you for your support.
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    Congratulations on the National Merit scholarship...that one's difficult. But just the fact that he made it this far means a lot of schools will be paying attention to him. Hang in there, and thanks for checking in on my feed/blog. A bit at a time to get back on track....

    296 days ago
    Congrats to Ben. That is exciting. I am glad you are feeling better. Sending positive thoughts and prayers that you continue to heal.
    316 days ago
    So happy to hear from you!!! And so glad you are taking care of you and getting that pain under control. Major props and congratulations to Ben, that's a huge accomplishment! Good work both of you!
    317 days ago
    That's awesome! I was just wondering if he had been able to go back to school or not. I'm sure they have a good "bubble" there.

    Glad you are feeling better!
    317 days ago
    emoticon Many congratulations to your son and to you, his proud mom!
    317 days ago
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    Congrats to Ben! That’s an awesome accomplishment!
    I’m glad your pain is more manageable. Sending prayers that the pain fades away completely. Do what you can, when you can! I’ve missed seeing you.
    318 days ago
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