Tuesday, November 17, 2009

NEED TO TAKE A BREAK ... DR'S ORDERS!




Hello to all you special people that visit my blog!
I will be taking a break from blogging.
I saw my Dr. yesterday and was diagnosed with tendonitis.
It is very painful and I have it in both arms.
I'm wearing braces and taking an anti-inflammatory medication.
Dr's orders include staying off the computer for a few weeks.

So no blogging or visting anyone for a while.
I'll so miss all of you wonderful people as visting you is a bright spot in my day!
But I must get this tendonitis under control!
I do not want to have to do PT as I am now doing on my knee.

So, till we meet again, I send you all wishes for love, peace & joy!
Oh, I'll try my very best to visit your blogs today ... one last time before I go.

I so hope I can get back here before too long.
I shall miss you all!

Blessings!

Margie
XO

69 comments:

  1. So sorry to hear about your illness. That must be very difficult for you...
    And so sorry that you will not be around, particularly when I just found your lovely place.;)
    You and your kind visits will be missed.
    Please get better soon. Have a safe and lovely Holiday Season as well.
    xoxo
    Zuzana

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  2. Hi Margie, you and I have been playing blogger tag for a few years now. Feel better and follow doctors orders and know we will still be here when you return. Hugs.

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  3. Hi Margie,

    Even without being diagnosed with tendonities or some eye disease, it's good for everyone to take a break from the computer.

    I wish you a quick and healthy return to the blogie land!

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  4. Just to say I love you and get well soon.
    Thanks for your saying this to us, hun
    Take care!!!

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  5. Margie, we will all miss you, you listen to that doctor though. We will all be here for when you get back. Know that I will be thinking about you and your smiling face. In the meantime try to enjoy as best as you can. Big hug my friend.

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  6. Dear Margie,
    I hope you feel better, my friend.
    Relax those hands of yours. Now you can take some time to do other things and rest your hands. Even though you will not blogging for awhile, you do know my friend that the phone lines will be burning like they always are.
    Talk care, my friend.
    Talk soon.

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  7. take good care Margie! just rest and enjoy yourself! Hope it is as sunny in the springs today as it is way up here!! ciao! xo

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  8. Margie, so sorry to hear this! I have a good friend who is a writer, and he gets tendonitis from time to time. He says it's very painful! I am sending you good wishes - whoosh!:) - and will say a prayer for you. We will miss you! Please get well soon.

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  9. Thanks for the visit and so I remember the pain and wearing a wrist brace, not for the same reason as you, but painful never the less. It is important to be well so take care and the little time will be inspiration for some new awesome poems.

    Be well
    Rachel

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  10. Hi Margie-
    sending you healing energy,light and love.

    Love Gail
    peace.....

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  11. Margie,please follow what Dr. advices...your health comes first,we are going to miss you and will continue praying for your fastest recovery....meanwhile please take care of your precious health.We are right here waiting for you.....

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  12. I'm so sorry Margie,
    I know it is painful.

    Take good care of yourself.

    Maybe this video will be little helpful:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hUyMNyrOHJQ


    Love & hugsss

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  13. Dearest Margie,

    You are wished a most speedy and pain free recovery. Do not hesitate to call. In addition to my loving endeavors in art and poetry, I am a holistic therapist. There are considerations that can be helpful in addition to what your doctor has advised. Suggestions always to complement the measures in action. If so inclined here is my home # 845-359-7254

    Warm hugs and much love,

    Rose Marie

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  14. Dear Margie

    I'm so sorry to hear this. Take the break and look after your health. May you have a quick recovery.

    We'll all be here when you get back. Take good care.

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  15. Hello my friend, just want to wish you well and let you know how much I will miss your poems, I have grown to love them and look forward to reading everytime I see you have posted.
    Take care of yourself my friend, I will always be here for you...Hugs

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  16. Dear, I am so sorry, sounds terrible and is painful... both arms. Wish you speedy recovery, take care of yourself and you know I will be thinking of you. Love form Germany

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  17. wishing you speedy recovery.. we will miss you but always thinking of you. HUGS

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  18. Oopsey.... :) Take care!

    Get well soon!

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  19. I do understand your predicament. Take good care of yourself. Sending lots of love to hands, arms and all!

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  20. Sorry to hear that. Take care and see you when you're back

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  21. will be waiting for ur return margie :)..take care of ur health...will miss ya around but health is imp...loads of love for ur recovery :)..

    urs..hemu..

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  22. Margie, I will miss coming to visit with you but of course health comes first. Look forward to having you back . . . but not too soon:-)

    Be good to you and we'll all be waiting right here for your return. Hugsxxx

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  23. Hello Margie,
    I hope you heal from your tendenitis, before the holidays kick in!!!!!!!!!
    Have a relaxing time off from blogging. It's nice to recharge!
    Wishing you a nice thanksgiving,
    Lydia

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  24. (((((margie)))))

    just as i find some time to visit i find you proper poorly - oh take your time and get well and rested - your health comes first and you must take of yourself - i shall play catchup anyway and i look forward to your new sweet words when you are fully recovered

    take care my friend

    lotsa luv ann x0x0x0x

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  25. I support you completely Margie for taking time off. Please take a little more off, perhaps right on through the holidays so you can relax and enjoy yourself as much as possible.

    As you know I have had to greatly cut down what I am doing on the Internet myself. We have to take care of ourselves and we can encourage each other to take care of oneself as well.

    I will be keeping a good thought for you.

    Goodlife my friend.

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  26. Margie, i had no idea you were back to blogging. Sorry, i havent been on blogspot in many months. Now i see you wont be blogging anymore. sigh...

    I am so sorry to hear about your tendonitis. I had them in both my feet and had to wear special arched shoes. I so understand your pain. Hope your arms and knee get well.

    Whenever you get to read this, just know that i am thinking of you always and pray you get well soon.

    {{{Hugs}}}

    P.S: I am leaving for Canada this friday and will be back next month. Hope to stay in touch with you via facebook. Take care!

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  27. Dear Margie, passing by to leave you some love, wishing the best and missing you. Love from Germany. Paula

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  28. You take care Margie....rest well and speedy recovery.

    Big Hug!!

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  29. I once heard of a painter who had to use her feet to produce her art . . . I guess we each do what is necessary with what we have to work with.

    Would massage therapy help, do you think??

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  30. Get Well Margie..We will miss you! keep us updated! Take care

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  31. So sorry to read you are not so well Margie, hope you return here very soon and completely strong once more...we will be waiting for some more of your beautiful words

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  32. Dear Margie, how very sweet of you to leave a comment whilst you are in so much pain. Everyday routing must be quite tough so. Thinking of you and keep you in my thoughts. Mill of hugs

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  33. Just wanna stop by to wish you Happy Thanksgiving Margie :D

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  34. DEAREST MARGIE....WISHING YOU A VERY HAPPY THANKSGIVING....HAVE A GOOD TIME WITH YOUR FAMILY,FRIENDS AND LOVED ONES.....PLEASE DON'T REPLY,I DON'T WANT YOU TO COME NEAR THE KEYBOARD....TAKE AS MUCH AS REST POSSIBLE,GET WELL SOON....YOU ARE ALWAYS IN MY PRAYERS...HUGS.

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  35. Speedy recovery Margie,
    all the best

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  36. Dear Margie, you are missed. Hope you are getting better. Leaving some virtual flowers and big hug for you.

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  37. Hi Margie,

    Hope you get over soon with your illness... missing ya posts.. hope to have you back soon deary.. :))

    Loads of luv n prayers on ya way..

    Take care

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  38. Wishing you Margie by heart a quick recovery. Get better soon. Kind regards and best wishes, Philip

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  39. So sorry to hear you are having problems. I miss your kind workds and wonderful poetry. Sending you hugs to brighten your day . Hope your better soon we miss you!!!!!!
    Huggz,
    Quieten

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  40. get well soon Margie,
    I apologise to all for not getting round ... take care ... see you soon.
    hugs trinitystar

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  41. I know you cannot get near the screen... but still I ask HEY! how are you doing?
    I really hope you feel much better now and we'll be able to see you soon here... Missing you!!!
    Hugs!

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  42. So sorry to hear about it. Get well soon!! Take very good care about yourself :)

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  43. just popping over to say I miss U and hope all is well. If i miss seeing you online, have a Blessed Christmas with all the trimmings and blessings.. HUGS

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  44. Thinking of you. You are in my thoughts. Love, Paula

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  45. Pls.. do get well soon "n" hit-back with a BANG !! :) Tc.

    Regards,
    Ravi.
    (http://j-ravi.blogspot.com)

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  46. 我們不是因為快樂而歌唱,而是唱歌使我們快樂..................................................

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  47. Merry Christmas & a very Happy New Year to ya Margie! *MWAH*

    Keshi.

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  48. Dear One, thinking of you and wish you calm and peaceful X-mas time. Mill of hugs across the pond. Paula

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  49. Margie, I have not read all the comments, but I suspect that what I add will mimic their words--that is for you I hope and pray a speedy recovery. But then you have to be careful?

    I (we) all miss you, and will certainly be here when you can return.

    Wondering if there is a "special" keyboard for someone with your "soecial" need???

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  50. Just wanna pop by to wish you Merry Christmas and A Happy New Year Margie :D

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  51. I wish you dear Margie a lovely, healthy time
    Merry Christmas
    and
    Happy New Year!

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  52. will keep you in prayer. Happy Holidays. Sarah

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  53. Just wanna wish you a blessed year ahead Margie...Best of Health & Happiness always :D

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  54. ((((margie))))

    if you pass by i just wanted to wish you and yours a wonderful new year, blessed with love joy peace and happiness ---- and good health!

    lotsa luv ann x0x0x0x

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  55. Hi Margie,
    wanted to be sure to wish you a happy new year and God's blessings.
    Get well soon and may God be with you.

    TC

    Christabelle

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  56. Best of wishes for the new year!

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  57. Hi Margie,

    Hope you are well...Came to wish you and family a Very Happy New Year :)

    wishes,
    devika

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  58. Thinking of you. Hugs form this side of the pond.

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  59. Many thanks to all of you special people that visited and left the wonderful comments!
    I truly appreciate each and every one!

    Hope the New Year brings you much joy, love and peace!

    Miss all of you!

    -Margie
    XXXX

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  60. Glad to see this got better! I have to take a lot of breaks to keep my hands from feeling just awful with blogging and participating in the blogging world!

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