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Women's Forum The name I chose is Annie's Place

Posted by @piglit in Women's Health, May 13, 2012

I thought it would be a great idea to start a discussion group for women suggested to me by a very dear friend. A place where us girls can go and have a chat. Hope you will all join in Would love to hear from you all

Tags: womens health

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 13, 2012

I'll start you all need to go and make a lovely cup of tea and come back and let the talking begin. Take care

china

Posted by @china, May 14, 2012

My family has a lot of problems. My 2 brothers r spoiled n tell me being sad is all in my head. Depression is in the head but I have no control.Working long hours forces me 2 get out. My friend forces me 2 get out. I'm not 2 happy here. Miss my family in Miami. Moms day n I couldn't see her. I told my bestie that I want 2 go back to Miami n she got mad. How can I be a good friend n have my own life. Nice I like this.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

Hi china. I know how much you miss your Mum and it's so hard for you with not living close to you. Depression is not in your head sweetie and the sadness can go with it. If you can find a way to turn the sadness into finding things that make youhappy then the depression starts to lift. I feel that in your heart you long to go back to be with your family and maybe you should do this for you. If your bestie is a true bestie she will understand . Don't ever think that your'e not a good friend you are. You have been putting your bestie before you for along time. Take care my dear friend always here and thanks for coming on and opening up about the way you feel. This is one of the reasons I posted this so we can talk about anything to each other. After all that's what true friends are for. Talk soon Annie

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china

Posted by @china, May 14, 2012

Thx. They make me feel like it is.

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 14, 2012

Depression is not made up in anyone's head. That's horrible but sometimes educating loved one's is necessary.
Rox

trishie

Posted by @trishie, May 18, 2012

China, the one thing I will tell you is that anytime anyone DEMANDS from you instead of WALKING WITH YOU that is a person who will drag you down. It has taken me a long time to consider that person extra baggage. ANYONE WHO IS TRULY a friend will not expect anything from you. A true friend might encourage you to get out, but will not be upset if you don't. A true friend will want you by her side, but will not be angry if you leave. A true friend wants you happy, even if it means they are left a little sad! What you have to do is tell this friend what you expect of her if she is to be your friend. I KNOW. I have fought this battle with family and friends for 40 years and finally within the last year, I started letting go. I have let anyone go that pulls me down, hurts me, belittles me or does anything that does not help be become stronger or heal. I have not done anything in a way that I would have to apologize for my actions. With some family members, I actually explained to them how they were hurting me, and once I deleted them from Facebook, they called and left voice mails on my phone apologizing for their behavior, however it was too late for them to have me back in their lives. I WAS ALREADY FEELING GOOD ABOUT MY DECISIONS. I feel better standing up to family, my husband, my son, and friends now. I love people, I don't and won't argue, but I will discuss how I feel and what I expect in a relationship and give the person a chance to accept me or leave now. It's really not complicated at all. It took awhile to get the nerve, but being hurt all the time was so painful. I have made it clear that my pain is real and that anyone (including physicians) needs to let me know up front if they believe in me...if not...walk away...l have no time to waste on anyone. My life is a lot less complicated, because you/we/me can let others make us sick or allow others to control how we feel about ourselves. BE STRONG, take a long look at yourself, and decide you are STRONG and you can face this world and anyone in it. You can do it alone or with family or without! It is nice to have family, but family may not always be around. If you love where you are, but are only missing your mom (I lived in California without my mom for two years, had a baby that she didn't see...all of this made me stronger), go visit when you can, but see if getting out and enjoying life can make you a stronger you!!! Good luck!

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iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 21, 2012

Hi Trishie, I have done a similar thing about standing up for myself. It is a great feeling to have a brand new person who is very happy and feel strong. Thank you for sharing.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 21, 2012

stay strong my dear friend. Always here if you need me Piglit

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iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 21, 2012

I am too have depression and family problems. I am away and live on my own for 22 years now. I think this is a good place to find comfort in a warm and welcoming forum like this. 🙂

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 21, 2012

thanks iraku that's why i started this forum. Take care always here piglit

iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 21, 2012

Thanks for always being so supportive Piglit. You are precious. hugs...

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 21, 2012

always her if you need me Thanks for being there for me too. hugs back xo

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 13, 2012

Good day ladies,
I want to begin by wishing everyone who's a mom a wonderful Mother's Day! The idea of offering women a place to express themselves is great.
As I browse through different discussions I see that we have a lot in common. Health issues brought us together but there is so much more that we as women can ad. In addition to be supportive of each other we can also brainstorm and learn about different conditions.
I read about living with physical pain a lot and I don't know what that's like. Both of my parents have diabetes and arthritis. My mom now has heart disease and will have surgery on June 4th and my dad also suffers from gout and depression. I have an uncle who's comical and he says "Some people inherit money, estates but we inherited a bundle of nerves"!.
We cannot help genetics but we can still do plenty to have meaningful lives. I look forward to learning from all of you....
Roxie

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 13, 2012

Hi rox thanks for starting off on Annie's Place. I can so relate to the things that you have stated. I am genetically a carbon copy of my dad. He had the problems with the clotting and anixety and depression. I think that the comment by your uncle is priceless he obviously has a great sense of humour. I too look forward to hearing from you all and I hope that we will have many discussions with each other Piglit Happy mums days to all the wonderful mums

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 14, 2012

You are welcome dear,
Off to a great start!

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

Lookee here a new cool place for us! Thanks Piglit! OK who's got the cure for hot flashes???

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

Hi Lizzie You would have to start with tricky one. I always were less clothes and take a cardi then you can strip off if need be lol. Thanks for coming on board and glad that your'e on the upside Piglit

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

On a more serious note though Lizzie Evening Primrose Capsules helped me a great deal

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joanneo

Posted by @joanneo, May 14, 2012

I tried everything. Doctor put me on premarin and I am like a new woman. It is very low dose jodi.

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

How does one decide that it is time for hormone replacement therapy?

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

I didn't have that choice but i wouldsay when the symptons of pmt are to unbearable go see your dr and have blood test done to check hormoanl levels

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

Thanks Piglit!
Not to get too personal, but Annie's place is for the girls, so: Does having a regular period mean that one is not menopausal?

joanneo

Posted by @joanneo, May 14, 2012

Lizkat if u r having regular periods than u r not menopausal but if u r having hot flashes or mood swings then u can b peri menopausal. That can last for a while. They consider menopause to be after one year of no menses. I hope that helps. Jodi

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

no I.m sure it doesn't you can still have periods and commence menopause. I had a hysterectomy at 4O. due to problems with my uterus and ovaries. I had symptons of pmt on a daily basis for months nearly drove Nige out of the house lol

trishie

Posted by @trishie, May 18, 2012

Have your doctor test you! I didn't realize there was such a test until I was plagued with Pelvic Floor Dysfunction!!!! The physician can easily test you to see how low your hormones are and you can start with an estrogen cream, a compounded cream made specifically for your body, or a vivelle patch or numerous other routes for women to take BUT WHATEVER YOU DO, DON'T STOP THERAPY, and let your hormones get so low that you develop a condition worse than hot flashes!!!! Ladies, please read http://www.nva.org, SHOULD YOU, your daughter, niece, mature adult ever get the dreadful problem of pelvic floor pain. Everything we hear about incontinence, pelvic pain is not a part of aging. It can be hormonal, or another problem. Thanks for allowing me to post.

bettyann

Posted by @bettyann, May 18, 2012

Hi LizKat, please do not let anyone convince you that you "HAVE TO" have hormone replacement therapy.Humanity existed for millions of years without it. It has been known to CAUSE cancer. I never took it and I know of others who never considered it. Maybe its safer now... I honestly do not know that. But it should not be an 'automatic next step' which is what the AMA thrives on. There are natural substances, too. Google this sometime. Whatever you do, good luck to you. Just don't think any doctor speaks for God almighty.

bettyann

Posted by @bettyann, May 18, 2012

Premarin is horse's urine.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 18, 2012

Apart from being allergic to the patch . I also had to have it removed due to the adverse reactions that it can cause clottting problems, DVT'S as i was already in this circle not recommended. Please always discuss the options with your dr first. My specialist was a great beleiver in the natural and was actaully head of the AMA when I was seeing him. He recommended the evening primrose oil capsules and this helped alot in relieving my symptons. There is a lot to be said for the natural side of things I think Piglit

bettyann

Posted by @bettyann, May 19, 2012

Yup, Evening Primrose oil, and one of the Cohosh herbs is what a friend of mine used after refusing to take any of the hormone pills the doc gave to her... her post menopause symptopms lasted way longer than 'normal'...and she found excellent relief with either the Blue or Black Cohosh (even the dr had to acknowledge it! 🙂 There are a few other natural supplements, too. But like always, its everyone's choice ... not a 'right or wrong' thing. 🙂

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 19, 2012

Hi Betty is worked for me but each to one's own we have to as you say make personal choices Take care Piglit

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 18, 2012

You may not need to speak to your dr first and see what he suggests, Hormonal levels can increase and decrease mine did

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

That's great Jodi

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

Hi Piglit
I am going to try that. Thanks

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 14, 2012

Good Morning Ladies,
I have to sleep with a fan blowing in my face year round. Sometimes, I can be at the grocery store and suddenly I become so hot that I feel like undressing. That would clear the store. The hot flashes can be so uncomfortable so I too ask how do we minimize them??
Roxie

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lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

Hi Roxie
No fans for me, can't tolerate them as they make the fibro skin pain unbearable. When I have a hot flash I actually break out in a drenching sweat, any time of day. I know my zoloft contributes to excess sweating but I am really bad.

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 14, 2012

I break out in sweating puddles when shopping.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

shopping centres also have silly airconditioning

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 15, 2012

I don't know what it is but shopping is when I start having hot flashes. I'm not exerting myself but they come out of no where. I'm going to take Mommabears advice and drink more soymilk.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 17, 2012

great idea it really sounds good doesn't it.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 17, 2012

carry a small icebag i feel as if i need one somedays lol

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

i always wear lighter clothing with a jacket that i can throw off when necessary

trishie

Posted by @trishie, May 18, 2012

I was tolerating my hot flashes ok, until I developed Pelvic Floor Dysfunction/vulvadynia/clitordynia...after all that agonizing pain developed, I went to a specialist who diagnosed me with almost no hormones and I'm back on the Vivelle patch, .5 and now the flashes are completely gone within one week. I am fighting the pelvic floor pain that I hope none of you ever develop!

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 18, 2012

Thanks for the reply Trishie and I hope that the pain gets more bearable for you. I tried the patches for a while but was allergic to them. I do however know that many people do find releif which is good.

china

Posted by @china, May 15, 2012

cool just 4 girls

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 14, 2012

Omg I thought I would get up and try to enjoy my day. The Devi himself had to perturb my peace.
Much better now after a nap. Let's start this day anew. Hi Ladies, I had a great conversation with mom. She's my love. She told me that she's trying to have a positive attitude re; her pending heart procedure. She had me in stitches when she told me that she was fishing on the island. She said she threw the rod and it became tangled in a tree and couldn't catch a fish. I chuckled when she said that.
Lizzie, the fan, I couldn't live without because for some odd reason it also helps with insomnia or maybe because I get so hot that it cools me down. Whatever the reason, I would have to sleep outdoors, which almost happened but that's another story, because the hot flashes can be intense.
Sorry you cannot get relief from a fan.
How was everyone's Mother's Day?
Rox

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lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

I'm so glad you are feeling better. My Mom's Day was very nice, I spent it making a garden here in our new place. The sunshine was delicious.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

I love the sunshine it's going to be cold today but the sun is still going to shien through

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 15, 2012

Good Morning,
I enjoy gardening and waiting for the new flowers to bloom. I'm glad your day was nice.
Take care,
Rox

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 14, 2012

Glad that you had a nap Rox.and so gald that you had a talk with our mum, I laughed with the fishing story. It's good that she's trying to stay positive about her pending procedure. I too am sorry that the fan doesn't help lizzie lighter bedclothes may help and make sure that there cotton. I had a great mothers' Day thanks my son so made it special. Although sad that another one without my Ben Piglit

mommabear646

Posted by @mommabear646, May 14, 2012

New to this but thought I would give it a whirl

Hot flashes - drown them with soy milk - Not very far into the meno thing and I was having a really bad time with them - started drinking a glass of soymilk every morning and poof - they're gone and have not come back - all Soy milk is not created equal - I use SILK Organic - can also use it in shakes or on cereal - tastes pretty good compared to several other varieties I've tried

Noticed someone mentioned creaky joints - I was having problems with a sore knee that just didn't seem to want to go away - on the advice of my sister in law I started taking 2000 IU's of Omega 3's every morning - did not take long and knee was as good as new - this seems to consistently work for pretty much everyone I know who has given it a try

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lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 14, 2012

Hi Mommabear!
Welcome aboard.
I have fallen out of my routine for taking my vitamins, I gotta get that going again.
Silk organic, does it matter what time of day one drinks it? I have been drinking a glass of milk with cookies at bedtime as it help slow down the metabolism of my sleep meds enabling me to sleep thru the night.
I occasionally have problems with my knees and the chondroitin stuff works really well for me.
I should add the omega 3's anyway.
OK I need a BIGGER pill box!

Thank you Mommabear I'll let you know how it works
LizKat

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 15, 2012

Thank you Mommabear. I love the very vanilla silk. Does it matter if I drink the flavored ones?
Rox

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 15, 2012

welcome and thanks mommabear. Piglit

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 31, 2012

Hi Got my Silk, but I need to give it some more time...

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 17, 2012

Thanks to everyone for coming on to Annie's Place to chat the response has been so great from you all. Also noticed that 208people have come on to have a squizzy that's great too, maybe more will come on to have a girlie chat. Take care everyone, and remember your all special in your own way to me. Piglit

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 17, 2012

Good Morning Ladies,
Just wanted to wish everyone a pleasant day.
May is mental health awareness month so try to educate others about this important issue.
Hugs Rox

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 18, 2012

Annie's Place sounds really nice. Wouldn't it be nice if Annie really had a place where we could all go?
Nice thought ...
Rox

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 18, 2012

I can take you there. Imagine a place filled with beautiful flowers, dancing butterflies a warm summer breeze. A gentle stream filled with waterlilies, and frogs croaking. A beautiful tall tree with leaves all different colours where we can sit and just talk, and be surrounded by peace, Know my dear friend your at Annie's Place. Hugs piglit

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joanneo

Posted by @joanneo, May 20, 2012

It can be a place in our imagination where it is safe comforting and free of any stresses. It çan be whatever our minds want it to be.. Nirvana. Karma. Jodi

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 20, 2012

so true jodi

iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 21, 2012

It took me a little while to get over the period of not communicating but now I'm slowly coming out and feel the need to be expressive. I am having so much problem with female figure in my life since I have been through a very dysfunctional family and have been abused by my mother. It's really a sensitive issue that I do not want to make anyone feel uncomfortable taking about it. Most people would truly have some good time and many good memories about theirs mother but I don't ... I hope this is not going to create any emotional distress for anybody who have a great relationship with theirs mother. I am learning more and more to allow female to become friends and I am accepting their support. It's been a long journey.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 21, 2012

Hi my sweetie, I'm so glad that you feel comfortable enough to openly talk about this. Many of us have had problems within our families, and I can assure you that you will get ongoing caring support from me and your other friends within our community. It is hard my dear to get over the challenges in life and as you know I am a great believer in my fairy steps and to take on at a time. I am sure that you will not; cause any distress to any of us on here. I am so glad that you feel that you can trust in me to be your friend and others that you have made as well. The journey does seem long at times sweetie, but with friends by your side things are alot easier and the road becomes shorter as you travel along it. Don;t worry about making me or anyone else feel uncomfortable because you wont my dear friend. Always here as you know if you need me anytime Take care Annie x0

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iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 21, 2012

Dearest Annie, thank you for everything... big hugs xoxoxo

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 22, 2012

Always here for you if you need me sweetie xo

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china

Posted by @china, May 28, 2012

Good 4u.

iraku

Posted by @iraku, May 28, 2012

Thank you for your support China. 🙂

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lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 31, 2012

Hi Iraku
Yeah I get those I don't want to talk periods. Usually they include not wanting to take my clothes of to shower/change anything.I retreat pretty far sometimes. I am glad you are coming back. Don't you worry about setting any of us off. Unlike what your mother probably said to you, you are not the cause of our distress/emotions. Post away
LizKat

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iraku

Posted by @iraku, Jun 3, 2012

Hi LizKat, I'm so relate to the not shower nor change cloth....do that too often. Funny thing about me discovering about what my mother said and what I've found on my own experiences....I think everybody else were much nicer than her at the time. Nowadays she is accepting her wrong behaviour because I am unable to stay in contact with her and it gets to the point where even talking to her on the phone triggered my pain and my chronic fatigue. I have all sort of horrible physical reaction when she was trying to amend our relationship. Sadly if I want to live healthy both physical and mental then I can not have her in my life.

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, Jun 3, 2012

I have ended contact with most of my family too as no level of contact seems to be safe. The stress is tough on our bodies isn't it?

piglit

Posted by @piglit, Jun 3, 2012

It is and it can elevate if were not careful to stay away from the stressors that can cause it to do so Hugs

iraku

Posted by @iraku, Jun 3, 2012

True ...we are too fragile to stress. I'm still trying not to feel guilty when I don't do much. Be nice to my own body but still with loads of guilt of not doing anything for others.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, Jun 3, 2012

We can be fragile at times and need to avoid stress. Don't feel guilty my dear friend you care for us on here Hugs Piglit

iraku

Posted by @iraku, Jun 3, 2012

Hugs back Piglit, have a good night I'm going to bed now. Talk soon. xoxo

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, Jun 3, 2012

sweet dreams my dear friend Talk soon xo

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, Jun 3, 2012

Hi Iraku,
I'm sorry that in order for you to recover you have to distance yourself from loved one's. You're not alone. I had to do the same recently when a relative that I once admired and respected crossed some boundaries and made me feel dirty. Some times people think that joking around is innocent but when the comment is made frequently it can shake one's foundation. I no longer speak to him because when he and his family needed me I was there but when I needed I was lied to and disrespected.
Try to continue being good to yourself and surround yourself with good intentioned folks.
Hugs,
Rox

iraku

Posted by @iraku, Jun 3, 2012

Stress is bad for everybody...once my depression is in control I usually get a bit of anxiety and my stomach upset quite often and that is the least trouble that I had so far.

piglit

Posted by @piglit, Jun 3, 2012

It is quite normal to get an upset tummy with anxiety Hugs Piglit

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 21, 2012

Good Morning Ladies,
Just wanted to say hi.
Rox

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 21, 2012

hi to you too Rox

nash2011

Posted by @nash2011, May 22, 2012

well all i can say is, bless you for making this page for us..

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 22, 2012

Thanks nash2011. How are things going? take care piglit

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 24, 2012

Oh I didn't visit today. How are Annie's ladies doing? I hope everyone is feeling better and stronger each day...
Hugs,
Rox

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 24, 2012

Thanks rox xoxo

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 24, 2012

take care and get some rest my dear friend x0

newwest72

Posted by @newwest72, May 31, 2012

Hi Roxi......Menopause is different for everyone. I went through it at 51.........and then got breast cancer. Couldn't take the HRT and the hot sweats were one an hour. I stuck my head out the window at work when it was -20. Drink lots of water and lay off the tea and coffee. Anything with caffeine. Chocoate and wine are bad too for bringing on the hot sweats. Have you talked to your doctor? Get lots of rest. I found my emotions were all over the map too. If I can help, let me know. hugs, m.a.

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lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 31, 2012

I really do need to see an OBGYN and have that test, and all the others too BLECK!
Nice to meet you New West
Lizzie

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 31, 2012

good idea lizzie

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 24, 2012

Good Morning,
I awake and take a shower and then call my obgyn to confirm the time for my annual visit.
The receptionist says "It's at noon tomorrow". I say " Really on a Saturday?". Then, she says "No tomorrow is Friday and today is Thursday".
I don't know what day it is! Just a sign of the impact my life is having because of malice.
I hope that everyone has a good Thursday now that I've been told what day it is.
Hugs,
Rox

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 24, 2012

You need to rest as much as you can my dear Rox. We all get confused at times especially when things are too overwhelming. Hugs piglit x0

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roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 26, 2012

Overwhelmed, drained, on autopilot ...
I think I'll have some chamomile tea...
Hugs

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 26, 2012

don't forget the honey sweetie it makes all the difference Hugs

joanneo

Posted by @joanneo, May 25, 2012

Its ok Rox. We all have times like that. Sometimes the brain is on overplaybecause. Too much info is received. Times like that require rest. Do something enjoyable where you don't have to think too much. Jodi

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 25, 2012

very true words of jodi's Rox you do need to try and rest

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 26, 2012

I need to be put to sleep for a day. I would definitely feel better if I could sleep for 10 uninterrupted hours. Thanks my dear friend ...
Hugs

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 25, 2012

very true words of jodi's Rox you do need to try and rest

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 26, 2012

Im always thinking that's why I have insomnia I gather. How are you?
Take care Jodi
Hugs

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 31, 2012

Hi Rox
Honestly I almost never know the day of the week and forget the date. Now that Baby is out of school I have not a clue. I don't have the work week or other things in my life the form that concept around,e.g., no structure.
I am guessing that today is Wednesday, But Hubby has taken time off in the past 7 days so I am very likely to be wrong.
LizKat?

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 25, 2012

Im emotionally wiped out! I hear that God doesn't give us what we can't handle but I'm begging for a break.....
Hugs,
Rox

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 25, 2012

Just remember my dear Rox that it will be all over soon, and things will get better. hugs xo

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 26, 2012

Hi Piglit,
I keep telling myself that but this journey, this unfortunate journey, I feel is slowly taking the once healthy spirit out of me. Have a good day at work...
Hugs,
Rox

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 26, 2012

hi rox your spirit will never be taken away from you. It's too beautiful within you to ever leave. Hugs Piglit xo

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 26, 2012

Thanks Piglit...

piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 26, 2012

hugs xo

lizkat

Posted by @lizkat, May 31, 2012

hang on Rox, try some imagery about keeping your spirit safe? Imagery can work in the opposite where you don't lock up the bad stuff but protect the good?

roxie43

Posted by @roxie43, May 28, 2012

Hi Ladies,
Happy memorial day! I hope everyone is better today than yesterday and may tomorrow be even brighter.
It's over 84 degrees and the sun is out. We all know how much better I feel when the sun is beaming.....
Hugs,
Rox

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 28, 2012

Happy Memorial day everyone from the friend from down under , Glad the sun is hing over you Hugs Piglit

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piglit

Posted by @piglit, May 28, 2012

should read shining over you lol a piglit moment x0

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