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Monday, December 19, 2005

Going to See My Therapist

8:00 a.m. I am going to go see my therapist at 9:00 and will find out if I will be going into the hospital or not. If I don't post again soon then you will know that's where I am. It's kind os scary but I will be tough and continue to fight this ugly monster. Please, take care my dear friends and I will be seeing you soon. I sure will miss our communications but will eagerly await our reunion. Wish me luck and the strength to overcome this obstacle, like I have said before "I welcome the challenges that life has to offer be it good, bad , or indifferent because I have learned to love living in the world of autism" and by the way I have to love living in the world of Bipolar because I have no choice. If I hated it I would be a miserable and terribly lonely sick individual. So, I welcome the challenges of being Bipolar too and I will persevere! Please do keep leaving comments and e-mail for I shall look forward to seeing them upon my return. Thanks to you all.

5 comments:

Tina said...

Hi there Lora,
Hang in there girl, we have you and Griffin in our prayers:) Look forward to hearing from you soon.

Tina and K.C.

Felicity said...

Hi Lora,
I hoe that you get into the hospital if that is what you need & if that is what is going to ultimately enable you to be with your Griffin again. It's so evident how much you love him. We're all rooting for you both.

Jenn said...

Thinking of you Lora, and praying that you are able to fight the good fight, and get back on track as soon as possible so you can be with your sweet Griffin again :)
Every once in a while I have to kick myself to see the beauty of the autistic world. They really are some special and unique kids - I can't imagine my child any differently!
-jenn

Eileen said...

Hang in there Lora! You'll get through this. Still thinking about you and checking in to make sure you're doing alright my friend!!!

Rebekah Christine said...

Lora - I truly do not have any words to make anything better. And it is weird being on "this side" of the blog. I do want you to know that you and Griffin have very much touched our hearts and in the midst of all of our own issues we are thinking about and praying about you. I just don't understand it, I just don't think its fair and I just don't like it- it being what we as parents are going through and what our little ones are going through - but I do personally believe in the power of prayer and am spending some time praying for you two.

-Scott (Rebekah's Daddy)
www.HelpRebekah.com