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Thankful Thursday

This week there is so much to be thankful for. I have come to accept that for at least a period of time my son will deal with ironically what he has always dealt with. We had an MRI yesterday to see if it is something that perhaps one day he will outgrow and we are blessed that he has that chance. He may never be normal but I hear that is over rated anyways ;o)

I'm so thankful I have 6 more days of work before I have a nice long Christmas vacation because boy do I NEED IT!

I am also very thankful for all the love and support I have gotten from friends, family and co-workers. I can't say enough how great the people I work with are. Only a truly great person will tear up before you do when you find out your son has a chance at a normal life.

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Melinda Dunne said…
I am happy to hear the news about your son! I wish you the best. Happy Holidays!
That is awesome news about your son. Enjoy your winter break with him.
Great news about your son. After everything that has happened lately in the world we just have to be thankful for what we do have. Happy holidays to you and your family.

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