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   Posted 10/18/2008 1:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Guess what?  I made it safe and...well, I've never been sound. smilewinkgrin   But, I am in SC after a horribly painful and stressful week. cry   But, my mom and I didn't kill each other and I didn't smoke (51 days smoke free), so I think I held up very well.  There were a few bumps in the road along the way, but there weren't too many potholes. wink    It's sunny & cool here (unlike the dry, hot, Santa Ana wind-filled SoCal), so it's very nice.
BTW-for all of you up on your "who's who" in the music world, I got to meet the rapper, Nelly.  He was on our plane from LAX to Atlanta.  He is gorgeous in person! tongue
Anyway, I am accepting all emails from my fibro family (you know the address).  I apologize for not being in touch for the last 2 weeks, but I'll have a little more time and a lot less stress now, so I should be able to answer them fairly quickly.  Of course, my mom still has dial-up internet (she just gets online to check her email), so it might take a week to send. rolleyes
It's good to be back home with my family.  Oh yeah, it's alright to be around my parents, too. wink
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Klonopin for anxiety (Guess what?  Doesn't help!)
Chantix to try to quit smoking (started 08/20/08)
"I'll take the Chivas instead"
-Kelly Clarkson

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   Posted 10/18/2008 3:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Kelly,

It is nice to hear that you made it home and are happy. Try to pace yourself with unpacking and stuff. I know that you are probably in pain and in a hurry to get settled.

It is good to have you back and on the forum. We have missed you.

Hugs, Karen
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   Posted 10/18/2008 4:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh, WOW!  Helloooo, Southern Gal!  Glad you are back in my neck of the woods.  It's really nice here these days and the humidity has gone bye-bye.  I'm glad you made it home without any major problems and I know you are glad to be with your family again.  Remember to run that over and over in your head when you Mom gets on your nerves.  She loves you or else you would not be back home...trust me on that one!  Also, remember how much you missed your parents when you were alone in California.  That will help you cope with living together again.
As Karen said, pace yourself when unpacking and also volunteer to help around the house...but pace yourself there too.  If you overdo, you know what happens and that will make things difficult, especially if your parents really don't understand fibro.  If you get stressed out and want to start yelling, come here and vent.  We will help you.
Again, I'm so happy you are back home.  I know it will work out for everyone concerned.
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   Posted 10/18/2008 4:30 PM (GMT -6)   
Welcome home Kelly! Like Sherrine said, we are glad to have you back in our neck of the woods! Glad that all went fairly well. Hope that fibro will behave so you can enjoy being back...Take Care of yourself and I will be in touch soon... wink
(((((soft hugs)))))
P.S. I am jealous that you got to meet Nelly! That is so cool! scool

Post Edited (CyndiO) : 10/18/2008 3:33:32 PM (GMT-6)

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   Posted 10/18/2008 4:58 PM (GMT -6)   

OH WOW Kelly!!!!!!!!!!!!  51 days??!!! shocked    Welcome home, and now let yourself get back into the groove..s l o w l y nono

Gotta tell you Kelly, I am very impressed with this smoking cessation programme you are on... shocked    I think we will see alot of you on here in the near future...when your mom is driving you crazy...come on here and tell us.. tongue    that way...you will find the humor in it....and wont even think of smoking etc.  You are going to be feeling so good now in this new enviroment. 

Good to see you back :-)


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   Posted 10/18/2008 7:21 PM (GMT -6)   

So glad you made it home.  Great advice on taking it easy, you don't want to push yourself to quickly, your body and mind needs to adjust.  Keep up the good work with the no cigarettes!!!


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   Posted 10/18/2008 9:23 PM (GMT -6)   
Wow 51 days of no smoking and you live with your parents again?

Waaayyyyy coool lady.


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   Posted 10/18/2008 10:26 PM (GMT -6)   

Hey Kelly,

    I'm so glad you are home. It's good to be home at times like these!

     Anyone who can quit smoking can handle whatever else life throws at them. You are going to be alright girl.

     I'm proud of you.

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   Posted 10/19/2008 8:08 AM (GMT -6)   
Home at last Dorothy!

Very happy for you and on to a new phase in your life! Congrats on the 51 days of non-smoking too. Your helping me also- I'm thinking more and more about quitting.

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   Posted 10/19/2008 10:31 PM (GMT -6)   
Yay Kelly! Glad you made it home safely AND you didn't start smoking again! That's quite a feat. Good for you

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   Posted 10/20/2008 9:53 AM (GMT -6)   
Sorry I'm late Kelly, I was a little busy over the weekend trying to adapt to being a new mom again.
I'm sooo glad your finally home. I hope your parents understand that it has taken a lot out of you to get there. I'm sure it's not going to be a piece of cake moving back in with your parents. I hope your able to find a place of your own before you have to unpack too much. smilewinkgrin
If you made it through this without smoking you have it made. I know I'm giving the chantix a lot of thought now.
luv and hugs
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