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A little disappointing...

Ok maybe I'm the only dork that does this, but I am always so happy when I log in & see that I've gotten a new follower or a comment on one of my posts.  So you can imagine my dismay when I logged in today & saw that I am down a reader.  :(   As someone who recently purged & deleted my own blog list I guess I can't blame them, but it still makes me wonder why they decided they no longer wanted to read this blog.  Isn't it funny how tied up we get into something so frivolous?  There are people who don't even have clean drinking water and we're caught up in a "blog" of which I'm sure those same people have never even HEARD of.  Therefore I am not going to dwell on it, I'm going to let it go and go have me a clean glass of drinking water and thank God that I am blessed enough to have both.



  1. aww!
    yes, we are super amazingly blessed, but i know what you mean!
    i don't even have time for blogging.
    i try.
    but i like reading your blog!!

    1. Awww, thank you Misty, I like yours too. And yes it does get hard, especially during school to post. I'm going to really have to try & make time this semester, last semester I totally stunk at keeping it up. I will try & do at LEAST one post a week during school. I mean the whole reason for starting this blog was to blog my way through nursing school, sheesh!


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