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06 Apr 2006

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Hi CS,

I sincerely hope that you're doing well. As for myself, you know I now only realise that it was one of the best things I could have done and that was to go to hospital for a while.

Ok so I still have some issues, but at least I can handle them. I don't feel like I'm going to fall apart or OD or shoot myself or something like that.

Off course people at work once again thought they were physicians and kept on yacking about this and that. You know what? I just shrugged it off like water off a duck's back.

We're leaving on Sunday and I can't wait anymore, feels though time is just not passing quick enough. I really NEED and Deserve this break.

Otherwise, I am fine, went down on the .25mg Xanor today and feel great. My sleep pattern is still awkward even though I am on sleeping tablets. Sleep from 10-1 and then again from 5-6. Otherwise I am awake and have the energy of a buffalo.

I just want to say thank you for once again helping me through the valley and everyone else that also have given their input. I really appreciate it.

There is though one thing I will become home-sick black and white heater. When I got out of hospital she cuddled up with me, so to say, you ever dare to go away again and I dig my claws into your leg. Maybe I should take her with, but then on second thoughts, rather not she might just turn out totally wacky.

4 more hours for today and then Friday, well lets see....

Keep well and look after yourself.


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01 Jan 0001

Hi Lonestar,
Well, on this side, getting by. Pleased to hear things are more setled on your side. Sometimes a safe period of Time Out is really valuable, isn't it ? And keep practising that shrugging off technique. Be a duck back and to each and every dik bek ! Enjoy the break --- you've really earned it !
HArd to know what to do about the little hairy heater --- I don'[t know how to predict how they'd take to travel. I notice many pets, especially cats, seem very keen on everything staying the same --- our little vampire cat, like his ladylike predecessor, is bothered when he enters te lounge and finds a chair has been moved.
Go well !
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