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December 12, 2007

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Wendy

Just gorgeous. That cormo is just gorgeous. And the snow...

Thinking good footie thoughts.
(and good mil thoughts, oy. ;))

Laurie

I'll be sending lots of positive thoughts your way. And will probably keep myself up at night wondering about those tracks in your yard!

rejoice

Hi dear. Do you know that bunion related to the Metabolism problem? If you go troughs the operation (a lot of pain involved) the problem won't be solved. If you are Christian woman seek The Lord Jesus for direction since the problem is hereditary & spiritual (remember spirit of infirmity?)
The chicory root (not roasted) would help to remove the growth on your joints. Also include coconut oil, pumpkin or (and) COD LIVER OIL in your diet this way you will get rid of your bunions and will nourish your body (which is wonderfully made).
If you are interested let me know, I will explain you how to use chicory & where to buy on the net. (I do not sell anything, just have compassion)
I pray to my Lord and saviour Jesus Christ mercies and grace, that His saving hand be upon you and your family.
Rejoice

rejoice

just in case, my adress is joyinsalvation@gmail.com

Arianne

Your Cormo is unbelievably beautiful...this is a fleece I HAVE to try!

Best wishes and healing thoughts to you for your operation.

Sheena

I hate that you have to have surgery. I will definately be praying for you. I love the Cormo, yum. It looks very much like my border Leister, but I am sure yours is softer. I just love wool!!! I have been spinning like crazy, and knitting slipper socks for Christmas. Take care and keep us posted.

Cathy R

Warm, Fuzzy, Foot-Healing thoughts and hugs sent your way. My friend had the bunion surgery and thought it was going to be all terrible and then ended up having NO problems whatsoever. She healed really quickly.

Are you sure your "mystery skiier" is not some of your backyard deer? We get similar tracks out at the Arsenal, because the deer are too lazy (or too cold) to pick their feet up out of the snow, so they make those long parallel tracks... It is hard to get a sense of scale, though.

Terrie

Ooooo...the Cormo is beautiful!

I'm glad your mom will be there to help after your foot surgery. I'll be sending you positive, healing thoughts :D

Kelly

Hi~ I've been a lurker for a long time. I so enjoy reading your blog. Good distraction from work when I'm on overload.

I've had bunion surgery. And I'm so glad I did! The recovery pain was about 1/4 the pain I was in with the bunion. Listen to the doctor, that makes a big difference. I will add you to the prayer list. Good thing your mom will be there for support.

Have a blessed Advent and Christmas!
K

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