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Two Days in a Row?

Yes, I'm posting two days in a row...

Rhonda is still in the hospital. No definitive diagnosis yet, but she will likely be in the hospital another few days and then in a rehabilitation location to get her strength back.

I went to see her at lunch, and the "service engine soon" light came on in my car. Of course, nothing is ever easy in my life! I dropped it off at Tracy's Automotive on my way back to work, and it will be tomorrow before they figure out what is wrong. I hope it doesn't cost an arm and a leg, as I don't have one to spare!

Corby worked out at the Y with Brandon tonight, and signed up for a family membership. I need to start going too, at least starting out with walking and trying to get in a little better shape.

Kaitlin worked until about 5:45, so I rode home from work with her.

Kaleb called tonight. He will be home the weekend of October 15th for a visit. I miss him so much, so I'll be glad to see him.


Trying to survive the week at work, minus my assistant for another day, and then down a few people in my other department. We rock, so we'll survive!

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