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Re: Sorry I got behind this week!

Whew!  And I think I'm busy!  It's great to be young and have such an active 
life, but don't work so hard you can't enjoy it (voice of experience speaking 

In a message dated 05/09/2003 7:12:38 AM Eastern Daylight Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:

> Dear all: Sorry you had to all get over a week's worth of replies from
> me tonight...hope it wasn't too hard to figure out what I was replying
> to. Got kind of behind since I've had all three of my kids and my
> husband all get sick, each about 2-3 days apart from one another so I've
> been swamped. Been up since 6:20 a.m. Thursday morning and still have a
> few more hours til I get to go to bed, this of course, providing no one
> is sick at home today so I can sleep. Plus I had to have some medical
> tests done this week (CAT scan of my brain...nothing has changed so
> that's good news!) Plus baseball practice has started...my husband and I
> each coach a team, him for our son's team, me for our youngest daughter,
> and then our oldest daughter is on another team. We end up living at the
> baseball fields around the area six days out of seven for the duration
> of the summer playing season!!! Loads of quality family time! And I have
> been trying like the devil to stay ahead of the rain tha
> t has finally arrived in full force here...got tons done in the gardens
> on the dry days but now it looks like the whole state of Iowa might be
> fixing to float away over the course of the next several days. Heavy
> thunderstorms with lightening and big hail here for much of yesterday
> afternoon/evening! Our hospital was on emergency power for several hours
> tonight after a major lightening strike...no fun! Anyway, am off for the
> next three days and all it is supposed to do is rain! Yuck! Maybe I can
> sleep? Not a chance! Happy mother's day in advance to all for whom that
> applies...Blessings to you all!

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