Due to potentially serious medical issues I am wrestling with, I have decided to go on a blog hiatus for a bit. I will leave it open for reading but cannot commit to moderating comments (comments only get held when you comment the first time, or from a new IP or my Askimet spam goes haywire).

I need to focus on some health issues and no be waylayed by nasty comments (like I received earlier today but did not approve) or feel obligated to respond/write/read (odd how blogging instills some sense of obligation to readers, many whom are total strangers).

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10 Thoughts.

  1. Sending positive, healing light and energy your way, Suz! Take good care of yourself!


  2. I was really hoping that you could be “fixed” fairly easily! I will be keeping you in my thoughts and sending you lots of positive healing energy!

  3. Suz, I am sending you much care . May all the comfort you bring others come back to you a hundred fold. Fran

  4. Oh dear, sweet Suz – I am very sorry to read this. I am thinking of you and hope for a swift recovery.

  5. No blogging break you take will ever be long enough for me to forget your wisdom… I hope you are physically healed so you can keep this emotional outlet. ( I know I am reading your posts out of order but still wanted to comment on this.)

  6. I hope you can resolve your medical issues soon. I know for me adoption trauma took a back seat when I was very ill.

    I know you didn’t ask for advice, but I’m just going to throw this out there. Have you tried acupuncture to help relieve your pain? I had some success with it.

    • Elizabeth – I thought I could take your approach (adoption being on the back burner) as it makes common sense, right? Sadly, for my crazy mind, adoption became worse when I attempted to avoid it. The past few weeks I have been plagued with my usual adoption night mares/terrors about my daughter and seem to be getting hit with it all around. I figure I better deal with what the universe wants me to deal with and find otherwise to get the appropriate time for my illness. Adoption will not allow itself to be ignored For once I wish I was the type of adoptee/mother that lived in the fog, denial, etc. It would help about now.

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