Monday, October 18, 2010

From Felisol....SICK LEAVE





2Chor 9:8
And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work:



Felisol said...
SICK LEAVE
As much as blogging has become a part of my daily routines and joys, and my blog friends are an immense source of inspiration, spiritual fellowship and interpersonal love and understanding, I have to put myself on sick leave for a while.
I've had as a principle that I at least should answer and keep in touch with the ones that bothered to visit and comment on my blog.
Lately I haven't been able to do that, and that makes me feel so shameful.
I have been struggling with this chronic fatigue syndrome for two decades, lots of broken bones due to osteoporosis, arthritis and now also gastritis.
I am blessed to live in Norway. I have appointment with our family doctor once a month, physiotherapist once a week, and I go hiking and swimming also a least once a week to keep this old machinery running.
I have family, a few, but dear friends and best of all husband Gunnar and Serina who care about me, and vice versa.
Thanks to Teach Mary and Gunnar I also have reached a new level of enjoying photographing.
To me blogging has been about sharing, preferably of the good things in life. Thinking about my blog friends make me feel rich, happy and conscious about values and interests beyond my own sphere.
I will in random order thank Terry, Amrita, Mrs. Mac, Saija, Lidj, Crown of Beauty, Trish, Debbie, Sonja, Carol Ann, passing thru Bob, John C, Jim, Teach Mary, Leora, Robin from Israel, Pilgrim father David, Annie, Julie LBM, Constance, Pat, Diane, Cheryl, Deb, Maria Stahl, The Montreal Sisters, Colleen, Kris, E G Wow (who taught me to enlarge photos), Carletta, ilandavita, Nora Johnsen, reg, jel,
Ralph and Patti and Raven. You have all put so much wisdom into my life, broadened my horizon and opened my heart.
I will be back. I simply cannot be without you.Please bear over with me and say a prayer if you feel like.

October 18, 2010 4:19 PM

11 comments:

Pilgrim Pals said...

You are loved and you will be missed. We will be praying for you, Felisol. I can identify with your pain and I care.

Pilgrim Father David

Terry said...

that IS something pilgrim david...you would understand her pain and even understand her physical pain,
she is my very dearest friend and i will wait for her just as we all waited for YOU!...love terry

jel said...

sending ya big hugg Felisol!!!

Julie (Little Missionary) said...

God bless you Felisol.
Julie

Felisol said...

Prayers combined with hugs are great healers.
I am slowly recovering, and am sending hugs and blessings back.

Terry said...

i'm glad felisol...love terry

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Vicki said...

I have missed you, Felisol, and have been much the same boat, it seems. Struggling to keep up with everyone and fearing they will forget me. I do pray you'll soon feel a bit recovered (even though it's ongoing, I know) and encouraged of heart by the Holy Spirit.
You are loved by so many who care for you dearly.

Love,
Vicki

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