Don’t Worry!

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Don’t Worry!

My life has been filled with terrible misfortunes;

most of which never happened.

__ Michel de Montaigne

I have been through some terrible things in my life,

some of which actually happened.

__Mark Twain

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There will be an answer…let it be!

__Paul McCartney

Don’t worry…be happy!

__Bobby McFerrin

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πŸ™‚ Good News! πŸ™‚

Robert has undergone a new treatment and is doing well enough that his surgery was cancelled. Yay! The doctor said he could reschedule the surgery if symptoms recur.

My son’s rent had nearly doubled in the last two years and is going up again. There was very little available in Florida that he could afford. He was approved for an apartment, and he and his service dog, BABY will be moving in August to Louisiana, where rents are more affordable. I had hoped that he would be able to live near me, but it is good that where he is moving is within a couple of hours of his sisters. My son will be stopping by for a few days on his way to his new home. I will be happy to spend a little time with him.

❀ Thank You! ❀

A heartfelt thank you to all of my fellow bloggers for your concern and support during this difficult time. Robert and I will always remember your kindness.

Cheryl Batavia

79 Comments

  1. Robert has undergone a new treatment and is doing well enough that his surgery was cancelled. Yay! The doctor said he could reschedule the surgery if symptoms recur.

    *huge hug*

    P.S. those first two quotes, especially together, are amazing.

    ❀
    David

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  2. What a great way to start a fun Fri-YAYYYY Cheryl. So happy to hear about Robert …what good news and do give him my best.. Sorry your son isn’t closer but siblings being close is awesome!!
    πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ’–πŸ‘

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  3. Great news Cheryl! ❀❀❀ I’m very happy for all the family. Your son is not too far from his sisters which is already encouraging. Remember, the best is yet to come. Take care, don’t worry, be happy! β˜€οΈπŸŒ·

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  4. I love good news! That’s nice to hear about Robert. Also, everything is going up these days – rent, food, fuel. Good thing your son and his Baby found a new home. All the best, Cheryl. πŸ₯°πŸ˜Š

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  5. Wonderful news for Robert, and I hope your son’s move goes smoothly .. sorry I’m bit behind … the sudden passing of two of my close friends has “misfortunately” occurred over last few days .. .πŸ’•.

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  6. I’m glad to hear that your son will be also be moving to an area where there is already a family support system nearby. Even if you can’t be near physically, by extension you still are. And oh fantastic about your husband’s good news!

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  7. So glad that the new line of treatment is working for Robert! Also happy for you that your son will be visiting you and is moving to a more affordable place. Wishing you and your family the very best, Cheryl. Those are great quotes. ❀️

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  8. I’m sorry I wasn’t around, Cheryl – I had no idea what you were going through. But, I’m glad things have worked out for you’ll.
    The quotes you’ve shared are perfect- I needed to hear it. So much of our worry is based on our imagination of the things that are likely to happen. Thank you for sharing this positivity.
    Hope to catch up on your earlier posts soon. Have fun with your son. XXX

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  9. First of all, a warm congratulations to you and Robert. I pray that his healing continues to be the case. It is not that often we get such good news from the doctor so when we do, we rejoice for sure. I feel your joy.
    Congratulations to your son. I hope that he gets to know his new home, make friends, and enjoy. Thank you for sharing your positive news!

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  10. I’m very happy that things are going well for you and your family. Seems like I continue to need reminders that things do work out. Thanks for the great quotes! Enjoy your visit with your son. I’m glad he will be close to family. With internet and cell phones, the world is smaller than it used to be.

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