Monday, October 26, 2015

My Road

"If you come to a fork in the road, take it."
                                                         ~Yogi Berra 

Life happens. It does not always go as we planned, or as we want. But it does go, and it does not wait for us. I know my road has been a long and winding one with many forks in it. I choose as wisely as possible and trust that it will come out where I need it to.

I am away this week. I will be at Mayo Clinic for some health issues. When I get back home I plan to get the computer situation worked out. The desk top is very old and fragile, so I cannot stress it out. The lap top continues to battle the unwanted, imposed download of Windows 10. If W10 succeeds, my lap top will crash. So, I cannot trust that computer either. 

This is why I have been absent. As smart as my "smart" phone is, it cannot do everything that a "real" computer can. Please understand. I miss blogging, writing, and all of my friends out there. I thank all of you who have checked in on me. I will be back.  

Right now, I need to get back to my road and focus. If you don't pay attention, you can get lost out there. I need to take that fork, now.

24 comments:

  1. Healing Light and purrs to you, as you sort out your medical issues. We hope they're resolved easily!

    And good luck, too, with the computers. Back up your files; back up, back up, back up!

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  2. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.

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  3. Of course we miss you, but you must get you all better first. Purrs and prayers from all of us, we're thinking of you.

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  4. Take care! I always think of you and the girls and George. Prayers, too! Come back home feeling better! Hugs!

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  5. Annie

    I hope all is well and will soon be better; you are in my thoughts and prayers

    Laura

    ♥♥♥♥♥

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  6. Thinking of you Annie, and wish you a speedy recovery from your health issues. I know your fur babies will miss you even though they are in good care and I'll miss you too.

    Windows 10 has been a headache for so many people. I wonder why it's not pulled off the market. I hate constant change. Ads soon as we get used to something it's replaced by something new and complicated.

    I hope that you can fix that issue also.
    take care, Hugs,
    JB

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  7. Focus on your health and when you are better, you can deal with the computer. I will be praying for you to have a speedy recovery.

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  8. Praying you resolve all of these quickly.

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  9. Annie, you know I am praying for you as you take this journey. I hope the clinic can come up with a good plan for you going forward. We'll be here waiting for you when you return. Love and hugs, Janet.

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  10. Hello Ann & thank you for stopping by our blog tonight. I hope your journey to the Mayo Clinic was a successful one.
    I will include you in my prayers & Siddhartha Henry sends POTP to you too!
    You Chloe Jo looks like his twin sister; those golden/green eyes.....
    Sincerely, Sherri-Ellen

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  11. Your health is most important so I hope your trip to the Mayo Clinic provides you with the information you need.

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    1. McGuffy Ann...dear friend...Something made me stop here today, and it must've been one of those "forks" in the road. Your blog is about the third place I've either heard or read about "plans" in life. I'm so sorry to hear about your trip to Mayo Clinic. Have a safe trip there and back home again. Sending good thoughts, well wishes, and lots of prayers and hugs

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  12. Wishing you the best of health and of course new life to your computer woes! I've missed seeing you here, take good care of you!

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  13. We all hope that the trip to the Mayo Clinic gives you some answers. We understand not knowing what's wrong can wear you out. The computer thing doesn't help matters. Sending gentle headbutt, purrs, hugs and prayers your way. Hope you find your answers soon, and we will be here when you get back on line,

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  14. I wish you were doing this in the summertime so I could go to Rochester and be with you for this.

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  15. Thinking of you!! Hope that all is going well, and that you are back again with us soon! xx

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  16. McGuffy thinking of you and sending the bestest thoughts and prayers. CH and I have both been fighting health issues since April. It wears me out.
    Take care, McGuffy!

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  17. We are thinking about you, McGuffy Ann, and sending you lots of purrs, prayers and good thoughts. Hugs, too!

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  18. I hope everything goes well for you. I'm sending lots of positive thoughts.

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  19. Sending many purrs, prayers and good thoughts to you, thinking of you...

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  20. I hope you got your health issues taken care of...and I sure feel your pain with computer issues, too.

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