Hey sorry it took so long to reply to your message, I havent been on here for a while now. Everything is going... well a few things in life are moving slow and questions I have are unanswered. you know, Having had a tbi has made me realize so much in life, Im sure its done the same for you? I need to make a few changes but I cant complain...
are you all enjoying that cold weather down there in Texas? Maybe I shouldn't tell you that it was sunshine and 50 here in Spokane, and yes I did have the bike out two days ago for a nice refreshing but brisk ride it was only 42 and sunny that day. It's ride's like that, that make's the Starbuck's coffee taste sooo good. LOL
Hannah, you're welcome. Please keep in touch, and please know this - you have already overcome something most won't. You will keep on overcoming
the obstacles you give to God and let go of. What I mean is, don't worry! I know, for some God is only an opinion. But for you and I, our survival was obviously not opinion. Don't question, just let God be God. Does everything
become easier? If you let it. Trust God to do what you an't do and He will.
I'm proud of you for responding to me. Keep it up! Stephanie
Hope you are smiling and having a great day.
This is an excellent way for us to communicate and feel like we are part of something very special. We should all be proud of what we have achieved. I look forward to getting to know you better.
I will keep looking up and I'll keep thinking positive too. You do the same and like I tell the little ones I baby sit with my mom to smile. And to stay happy. Keep reaching for the stars, And try to help others. Thats why we are here on earth to help others and enjoy life.Always stay happy and others around you will knotice.
Take care and have a great day.
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