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I'm sorry

Due to unforeseen personal circumstances I am taking leave from the blog,  reluctantly. When l return, which l plan to soon, I shall endeavour to explain.

I will miss you all greatly, but l will still lurk and comment and you can still leave a message here. Or email me.

For now,
love

Saz x

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  1. I am sorry to hear that something has happened in your life that means you have to take time out from Blogging. Hope everything turns out OK.xx

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  2. I hope you are okay! Take care and know you are in our thoughts.

    xxAmy

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  3. You will be much missed (especially by me) and I do hope and pray that it is a good thing that takes you away from us. Be safe, be healthy, be joyous! Be loved!

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  4. Love light heading your way, dear Saz.

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  5. Ack.. that sounds ominous. Sending best thoughts and hugs your way.

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  6. Oh I'm so sorry, thinking of you. Take care and look after yourself. xx

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  7. Hope all is okay! Hang in there!

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  8. Thank you for the update - so difficult for you - scary and lonely and frightening - but perhaps the start of better things too.
    Thinking of you Saz
    Fi

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  9. Still thinking of you and hoping that you are coping with it all.
    WM x

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  10. l'm FIREFIGHTING its al l CAN do right now!!!!

    and seeing dentist, doctor, solicitors, hospital appts, work, packing,various advisors, coffee with friends who have my back...

    tomorrow is our 28th wedding anniversary, l am not going to stay home...even if l have to go to the cinema alone...

    moving out 6th March..

    l am ok...think l'll hit the wall in a while..


    Saz xxooxx

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  11. Oh Saz, I am sending warm thoughts your way, hoping all is well with you and yours. x

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  12. Due to a blog glitch the beginning of a post saying that your husband has asked for a "separati...." (that's all it says) appears on my blog list. This could be good news or bad news and I sincerely hope that, if it is bad, you could see the good in it. There is much to be said for independance.

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  13. You are a woman of strength and you will get through this and come out the other side. No matter how long a relationship lasts it is always devastating to leave it.

    You will grow from this even more dear Saz and that bright smile of yours will return and beam down on us once again.

    Thinking of you and yours.

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  14. Things are clearly not good for you but know that you are being thought of fondly with lots of warm wishes heading your way. Stay strong and look after you x

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Take the weight of your feet, draw up a chair and pour yourself a cuppa. Leave your troubles at the door and together we shall ride out the storms.
I will walk a while in your shoes...

Saz x

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