+JMJ+ Thanks for checking in as I continue to recover from, well, lemme just say: one should not let oneself run out of Prednisone for more than a couple of days if one has been on said Pred for years. That’s part of the problem. I’ve got my meds and now I’m beginning to feel like a human being again, but I’m still weak and fatigued, more than my sarcoidosis–an invisible disease–usual, I suspect I had a mild adrenal crisis. Ack! So I’m taking the night off and going back to sleep.
To all of you who have been following my misadventure(s), especially on Twitter: thank you for your prayers. I pray for all of y’all, too. I’ve linked a video below for you, the latest one I see from Catholic Productions. I love these guys, especially Brant Pitre.
Video: The Four Creatures of the Apocalypse, by Brant Pitre.
Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. I pray that you and I will stay holy and virtuous this Easter season, and may we become who the Lord intends us to be: SAINTS. Pray for me (please, do!), and know that I pray for you. God bless you and may His Peace be with you during this Holy Week and always. +JMJ+
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Image credit: That’s Major Tom in the photo up there, my former stray cat who has moved in with Miss Lucy Dawg and me. He’s been so sweet during my time of extreme tiredness, spending a lot of time snoozing in my lap in our favorite chair in the den, or curled up beside me in our gargantuan bed .Okay, it’s not really gargantuan but it seems like it is now that I don’t have two dawgs sleeping with me. Abby’s gone and Miss Lucy decided one day that she was going to sleep in the floor or on her own bed, so there.
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