Thursday, June 28, 2018

A little bit going on

Soooo, I am going to keep it short today.  My anxiety has anxiety this week.
My little boy dog Jax is really sick.  We have taken him to the vet yesterday and he's on medication but I don't see a lot of improvement.  We're going to give it all day today with medication since it was only half day yesterday on meds and then tomorrow decide the next move - probably a full blood check which is very expensive.  Yall, I brought him Jax when he was just old enough to leave his mother. He's my little boy and when you see it in his eyes how awful he feels, I break.  I've cried everyday.  I don't know what he got into and what caused this.  My little girl Lila is fine and she's the one that eats dead animals every chance she can and kills rabbits daily. Anyway, I am very very stressed about Jax and would appreciate any healing prayers.
Then to add to the mix, our air conditioner is on the fritz and wont cool down past 78.  It was 107 yesterday and the heat triggers my migraines.  Crying triggers my migraines. We have someone coming tomorrow between 1 and 7 pm to look at the air conditioner.
I am so much to be thankful for but depression is a crappy thing.  I can still sit here and feel sorry for myself even though I have blessings all around me.
I'll mention in later post about my hit and run I was involved in last Saturday.  I am Ok and my truck has a long scrap but still!!!! So sucks!
Here is a song that I've been listening to on repeat this morning.  I really like it.

Zach Williams- Fear is a liar

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  1. Dear Holli,

    I offer healing prayers for Jax. You know how much I love dogs, and it puts me in distress to know that Jax is ailing. I hope the meds take effect soon and he bounces back. I am also bummed about your broken a/c in 100+ degree heat. My other friend in the DFW area told me yesterday the mercury was hitting 100 degrees and it was still morning. I am so sorry, dear friend. I am also sorry to learn that your truck was sideswiped. Let's hope these three calamities in a row represent the end of your bad luck streak. "Fear Is A Liar" is a powerful song and I thank you for posting it.

    I'm thinking about you and your beloved Jax, dear friend Holli!

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    1. Thanks Shady!! I wont even tell you how my day started this morning. Lets just say that they sleep with us and he's still having issues holding it in. I'm hoping this weekend wraps up all the bad juju! Have a great weekend

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  2. Aw sweet Jax! I pray for healing. And for you Holli! Anxiety sucks big time!

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    1. Paula, anxiety sucks so so bad! Its only been getting worse the last 3 years. Thank you for the all prayers. We still need them with Jax. We need more improvement.

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  3. I'm praying for you and Jax and a positive outcome for all the things you mentioned. Love you. Melissa

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    1. I love you and so grateful you're in my life!! Please keep praying for Jax. He's not healed yet

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  4. ((HUGS)) I am so sorry to hear about Jax. I will be praying for him. Hope your air is fixed soon. Sorry about the migraines. Oh no, sorry about the hit and run too. Your being hit too hard. Praying for you and asking God to hold you close in His heart.

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    1. I appreciate your prayers. I do need them for my anxiety and for healing of Jax.

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  5. Powerful is a good word for that song. Fear isn't just a liar; I see my opportunities as balloons waiting to fly and fear keeps tying them down.

    Yesterday someone did something like this for me, so today I'm doing to you. I just openned David Jeremiah's daily devotional and read this:

    "Charles Tindley lived a remarkable life. Born into slavery in 1851, he taught himself to read so he could read his Bible. He had a special heart for the Lord. After emancipation, he moved to Philadelphia and found a job as a church janitor. Eventually he became the church’s pastor. One day a Christian came to him overwhelmed with worry and asking what to do. “Put all your troubles in a sack,” said Tindley, “take ‘em to the Lord, and leave ‘em there.” Later, Tindley composed a popular hymn, “Leave It There.”


    Time to leave it there. I will pray for Jax as I am praying for my boy Scrappy. You all get to see the fun he has on his walks; what you don't is the pain with which he pays for them anymore. Breaks my heart, so I know how you feel..

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    1. Chris, I am very sorry to learn that my old buddy Scrappy is also ailing. My prayers go out to you, my friend.

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    2. Sweet friend Chris, I am sorry to hear Shaggy is struggling. I just wish they all could live forever. Thank you for the quote from your devotional. I needed this and will read this again. have a great weekend

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    3. Well he ain't at death's door-yet- but sure ain't what he used to be. I know he's just getting old. Sometimes I don't feel like I'm that far behind him (of course, keeping in shape when younger woulda helped there). But he appreciates your prayers, as do I.

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