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Just Me Time for a While

 









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Arkansas Patti said…
Been there and know a time out works. Hurry back. We will be here.
Kay said…
Have a great time, Olga! We all could use a break sometime.
Granny Annie said…
Have fun on your break. I took mine with my surgery recovery now it is nice to get back to see my blog friends.
Joared said…
Enjoy your break time which we all need occasionally.
I like your attitude just fine the way it is!
a/b
Linda Myers said…
Good for you to take care of yourself! I got a decent break for the first six weeks after my hip replacement. I was so whiny and cranky I doubt anyone would have wanted to be around me. And I had some time to think about what's really important to me. To my surprise, I'm making some adjustments I might not have seen had I stayed busy all that time.
Tabor said…
Will miss you, but so understand!!
Joared said…
Hope this holiday season is a special one for you.
Arkansas Patti said…
This has been a long break. Worried about you and hope you will leave an update.
Take care and hope you feel up to pounding the keyboard soon.
Sending hugs.
Granny Annie said…
Happy New Year! Enjoy your time off.
Tom said…
Enjoy your break! Come back when you're ready. We'll be here.

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