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So I have noticed that Anna is starting to pronounce her words better now, forming sentences, and understands what she is saying. She also has like 80% of her teeth in now! Grandma Lisa thinks I can start potty training her soon because she tells us when her diaper is full and hides in corners when she has to go. She also brushes her own teeth, washes herself in the bathtub, and tries to pick out her clothes and dress herself. And not quite 18 months yet at that!
Also, even though it’s more costly, I am on this organic kick lately! It just tastes so much better and makes me feel so much better. Just wish I could afford to keep it up.

I recently discovered Kratom, a natural pain killer/anti-depressant that targets the same brain receptors that opiates do. It’s legal and not addictive, and in larger doses does create euphoria, but I use it in smaller doses as a stimulant and sedative occasionally. Google it for more info, because I’m going to bed so can’t explain anymore about it right now. lol

"It has taken me a while, but I’m learning that letting go of the past is a good thing. It doesn’t mean forgetting, it just means moving on. Because the fact is, we can’t enjoy the present, and embrace the future when we’re still stuck in the past."

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And I let go 2 years ago.

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"Sometimes all you can do is not think. Not wonder. Not obsess. Not imagine. Just breathe. Breathe in, breathe out. Everything works out in the end, and the more time you spend worrying about it, the longer it takes for things to end perfectly. Just the way they should."
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Alrighty, after being at Floyd from 7:30pm-2:30am, they gave me five different medicines in an IV to make me feel better along with IV fluids. I apparently was extremely dehydrated from having the flu and couldn’t get better because I had to take care of Anna 24/7 and couldn’t rest properly. They said I had hypokalemia, which means I was dangerously low on potassium from not being able to even keep fluids down for a week. And that just made the migraines I already have worse…which just kept making me nauseous. So it was just a never ending back and forth cycle. I’m glad it wasn’t more serious than that, because I don’t have time for  But I got some phenergan for home because my zofran wasn’t working. And they suggested I talk to my doctor about a thyroid problem because I have been exhibiting all of those symptoms long term as well (cousin Gabrielle’s suspicions were right). And Auntie Amelia took off work and watched Anna for me so I could rest. But now I have TONS of school work to make up from the whole week. -_-

Alright, at first I thought it was the flu last Thursday night. But I am still feeling terrible after 7 days. I can’t eat much still, dizzy, nauseous still with occasional vomiting, horrible constant migraine that comes in waves, fatigued, cold sweats, and a racing heart. I guess I’m going to have to suck it up and go get it checked out because I am 4 days behind on school, which is a first.

"A man won’t let go if he really loves you. Do not hold on to someone who has let go of you. He does not love you and does not value having you. Believe me, he will not let go if he really loves you. There is another reason he is not willing to tell. Do not look for reasons why he ended the relationship. There is only one reason why he ended your relationship. He just does not love you. Do not waste your time thinking of reasons or what you should have done. Move on and be open to a man who will truly love you."

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"I wish I could be more. But not for you. Screw you. I want to be more for myself."
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"Yes you can change a man especially when he is aware that there are other aspects in his life that needs to be improved. It’s not about turning your boyfriend or partner, into someone he’s not—it’s about discovering and exploring his potential. Even though not all men are deeply in touch with themselves, those who value the way others see them know how important it is to work on themselves."
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