It's good to know we all stress out at times. I had some vanilla ice cream today with my apple pie.
I voted for your blog as Best Encourager.
Thanks Kim - it's true, I so VERY human, LOL! I'll pass on the Rocky Road, and dive right into my latte, though, LOL!
Wow, Lee, you just proved once again that you are human and prone to stress like everyone! That's what makes your advice so easy to take, you've truly been there.
God Bless you my dear and I'll have a scoop of that Rocky Road, please!!!
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