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Old January 1st 04, 07:34 PM
Gloworm450
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Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it. I also participate in any
HUGS that I can, knowing from first-hand experience how healing they are. I
haven't posted because I've been really busy with a new job, and cannot post
from work now! (Some people take smoke breaks at work, I used to take rctq
breaks.) We have AOL at home, and I don't get all the messages. I'm hoping I
can post through AOL.

Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time, my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone, and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown. The
pay is awful and so is the vacation, but the people and the atmosphere are
wonderful. The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time. We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all that
matters. I'm busy working on a baby quilt right now, of course. A nine-patch
with applique hearts in the center patch, and with sashings and 4-patch
cornerstones, all in cotton candy colors. It will be ready for basting this
weekend.

I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent, caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton
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Old January 1st 04, 08:22 PM
The HairyFacedOnes 'N Me
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Gloworm-

I'm so pleased that everything is looking so much brighter for you!
Yippee yoo! May it all continue and your grandchild be born with as
much ease as possible- you're gonna just LOVE being a granny!

Leslie & The FOUR Furbabies

The HairyFacedOnes 'N Me- My dogs aren't my whole life...they make my
life whole.

RCTQ- Houston 2004..... A good friend will come and bail you out of
jail.... but, a true friend will be sitting next to you saying, "Damn...
that was fun!"

http://community.webtv.net/kwiltchik/FromTheFOUR

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Old January 1st 04, 09:02 PM
Diana Curtis
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Welcome home Gloworm,
Warm hugs and wishes that this New Year will see things continue to be
happier and better for you.
Diana

--
Queen of FAQs
Royal Peace Maker
http://photos.yahoo.com/lunamom44
"Gloworm450" wrote in message
...
Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long

time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group

and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it. I also participate in

any
HUGS that I can, knowing from first-hand experience how healing they are.

I
haven't posted because I've been really busy with a new job, and cannot

post
from work now! (Some people take smoke breaks at work, I used to take

rctq
breaks.) We have AOL at home, and I don't get all the messages. I'm

hoping I
can post through AOL.

Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years

and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time,

my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my

life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my

whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying

and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled

me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone,

and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown.

The
pay is awful and so is the vacation, but the people and the atmosphere are
wonderful. The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around

January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time.

We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all

that
matters. I'm busy working on a baby quilt right now, of course. A

nine-patch
with applique hearts in the center patch, and with sashings and 4-patch
cornerstones, all in cotton candy colors. It will be ready for basting

this
weekend.

I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the

lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent,

caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the

overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton



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Old January 1st 04, 09:09 PM
Sharon Harper
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Great to hear from you again Gloworm! Hey that baby should be jest about
about by now!! Congratulations and lots of hugs.

--
Sharon From Melbourne Australia (Queen of Down Under)
http://www.geocities.com/shazrules/index.html

"Gloworm450" wrote in message
...
Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long

time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group

and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it. I also participate in

any
HUGS that I can, knowing from first-hand experience how healing they are.

I
haven't posted because I've been really busy with a new job, and cannot

post
from work now! (Some people take smoke breaks at work, I used to take

rctq
breaks.) We have AOL at home, and I don't get all the messages. I'm

hoping I
can post through AOL.

Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years

and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time,

my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my

life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my

whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying

and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled

me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone,

and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown.

The
pay is awful and so is the vacation, but the people and the atmosphere are
wonderful. The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around

January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time.

We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all

that
matters. I'm busy working on a baby quilt right now, of course. A

nine-patch
with applique hearts in the center patch, and with sashings and 4-patch
cornerstones, all in cotton candy colors. It will be ready for basting

this
weekend.

I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the

lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent,

caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the

overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton



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Old January 1st 04, 10:13 PM
Queen of Squishies
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What a glowing post from our dear friend Gloworm, eh everybody? It's so
wonderful to hear of the turnaround that life has taken now for you,
Marilyn! Now go hug that HUG, stitch that baby quilt, and juss keep on
smilin'.........

Karen, Queen of Squishies


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Old January 1st 04, 11:32 PM
Patti
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Thanks so much for posting this *today*. What a great way to start a
New Year. I'm so pleased that things are now looking better for you.
Hope you can pop in more often now; and certainly tell us about the
baby.
Take care, and have fun with that little one when s/he arrives.
..
In article , Gloworm450
writes
Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it. I also participate in any
HUGS that I can, knowing from first-hand experience how healing they are. I
haven't posted because I've been really busy with a new job, and cannot post
from work now! (Some people take smoke breaks at work, I used to take rctq
breaks.) We have AOL at home, and I don't get all the messages. I'm hoping I
can post through AOL.

Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time, my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone, and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown. The
pay is awful and so is the vacation, but the people and the atmosphere are
wonderful. The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time. We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all that
matters. I'm busy working on a baby quilt right now, of course. A nine-patch
with applique hearts in the center patch, and with sashings and 4-patch
cornerstones, all in cotton candy colors. It will be ready for basting this
weekend.

I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent, caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton


--
Best Regards
pat on the hill
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Old January 2nd 04, 03:14 AM
Taria
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Glad to hear from you Gloworm. Good to hear your news.
Hope this coming year is good to you. You deserve it!
Taria

Gloworm450 wrote:

Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it. I also participate in any
HUGS that I can, knowing from first-hand experience how healing they are. I
haven't posted because I've been really busy with a new job, and cannot post
from work now! (Some people take smoke breaks at work, I used to take rctq
breaks.) We have AOL at home, and I don't get all the messages. I'm hoping I
can post through AOL.

Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time, my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone, and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown. The
pay is awful and so is the vacation, but the people and the atmosphere are
wonderful. The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time. We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all that
matters. I'm busy working on a baby quilt right now, of course. A nine-patch
with applique hearts in the center patch, and with sashings and 4-patch
cornerstones, all in cotton candy colors. It will be ready for basting this
weekend.

I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent, caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton


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Old January 3rd 04, 11:32 AM
Flossy
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Hello again Gloworm
Congratulations on your news. Please let us know when baby arrives


Flossy
Malvern England
***** Queen of Plaids ******
http://photos.yahoo.com/flossy3353

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Old January 3rd 04, 11:01 PM
Vickie Y
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Oh Marilyn, it's so good to hear from you! I'm so glad things in your life
are looking up. You've already had your share of bad stuff, so I'm wishing
this year to be filled with nothing but Good Stuff for you and your family!
Please keep up posted about the baby! That's just wonderful news! I'm so
happy for you!
Big Hugs,

Vickie in Cleveland

"Gloworm450" wrote...
Happy New Year, Cyberfriends! You have not heard from me in quite a long
time
now. It isn't because I have forgotten about you. I still read the group

and
happy dance and pray with you all when you need it.
Some of you might remember that last December I lost my job of 36 years

and my
first grandbaby (by miscarriage) on the same day. Around the same time,

my
Dad's prostate cancer came back and my childhood sweetheart (love of my

life)
died suddenly of a massive heart attack. It was the worst time in my

whole
life, and I ended up in the hospital that weekend because I started crying

and
couldn't stop. My wonderful husband and members of this very group pulled

me
through that awful time, and life is good again. My Dad's cancer is gone,

and
in March, I got a new job as a paralegal with a litigation firm downtown.

The best news is that I will be a grandma soon -- around January
10, 2004. Everything seems to be going fine with the pregnancy this time.

We
don't know if it is a boy or a girl, but it seems healthy and that's all

that
matters.
I just wanted to say thank you for being there for me when I was at the

lowest
point in my life and for showing me that there really are good, decent,

caring
people in the world. I hope to be able to post more this year if the

overtime
at works lessens a bit. Happy New Year and God Bless you all.

Love, Gloworm in Dayton



 




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