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Crazy But Alive And Happy
By Matrix
7/25/2008 9:36:34 AM
I'm still here and I'm doing well. Thanks for your concern Toes. I'm on my 6th day of being sober. It hasn't been that bad of a week for me. It's actually flown by. I talked to my bishop on Sunday and I just cried when I told him what I had done. I couldn't look at him half the time with how ashamed I felt but whenever I looked up, he had such sorrow in his eyes. He seemed more concerned about me being happy then what I had done. He's starting to know my personality well enough that he knows if I'm sinning, I'm not happy. He didn't even slap a huge punishment on me like I thought he would. Just a couple weeks without the sacrament and he said we'd go from there. He even gave me a hug when I left. He never gives hugs so that was a big deal to me. I'm much happier this week then I have been for a few weeks and it's nice. I still think I'm going crazy though. I've had a couple people tell me that my memory is getting really bad (which I agree with) and I just don't feel all together mentally but I can handle it as long as I'm happy.

I also found out that I'm getting nice and healthy. I went to the doctor the other day and he says my illness is getting under control and I can work on getting off some of my medication. They are steroids so they mess with me horribly. I hope I'll become more normal once I'm off them.

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Glad    
"Glad to hear that you are doing well. Congratulations on day 6.

I am happy to hear that you are "nice and healthy".

Keep up the good work!"
posted at 15:35:24 on July 25, 2008 by toes_23


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