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Blog-Break

I put myself on a blog break last month, which you can read about here, but I think I tried to come back too soon and too strong. Our summer monsoon season has started, and for me that means constant migraines—yes, I mean 24/7 quite literally. So for about another month, I’ll continue to lay low to conserve energy for other things, but you’ll still hear from me here once or twice a week as my energy allows.

And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying,
“Look! God’s dwelling place is now among the people,
and he will dwell with them.
They will be his people,
and God himself will be with them and be their God.
 
‘He will wipe every tear from their eyes.
There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain,
for the old order of things has passed away.”

He who was seated on the throne said,
“I am making everything new!”
Then he said, “Write this down,
for these words are trustworthy and true.”
—Rev 21:3-5

 

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About Anna Popescu

I live in northern Arizona with my husband, Rick. I am blessed to say that Rick and I are at the bottom corners of a triangle where Jesus sits at the top corner. My children, Kathy & Alan, live in the Phoenix area and make this mom's heart thankful they have grown to be such wonderful and caring adults. Alan married in 2010, so I am also blessed with Denise as a special daughter-in-love. The Lord took my Mom home in 2007, and I miss her. My Dad and two sisters live in Florida while my two other sisters live in the Northeast. God has also blessed me and Rick with a local family of very close-knit friends. I love to write when I am able, but on the days when I am struggling with health issues and can't manage much of anything, I can at least crochet. These days I mainly crochet lapghans of various colors and sizes for area rehab centers and nursing homes.

Posted on June 17, 2014, in blog break, chronic pain and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 10 Comments.

  1. Rest, get well! Even Jesus had to withdraw sometimes.

  2. Susan Stilwell

    You’re in the journal I brought on my trip, Anna. I’ll pray specifically for your relief, and you know prayers from here rush to the front of the line!

    ~Rushed from Susan’s iPhone, so forgive the grammar & typos!

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  3. Been thinking about you. Commiserating with you. And praying for you, sweetie. May you have some good days!

    • Lynn, I know you understand the fragile balance we who live with chronic pain must keep, and oftentimes I overdo before I realize it. You are in my daily prayers too!

  4. Continuing to pray for you . . .

  5. catching up on reading your blogs, just came back from 2 week vacation with my husband. hope you’re feeling better. Blessing. :)

    • Hi Luga! I’m having ups and downs, but did get to go visit my grown children in Phoenix this weekend. That never fails to make me feel good!

      Blessings to you too!

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