Oh boy do I remember those days, I too like Pam decided to pick my battles too. My oldest ended up (after she left home) with the tatoos and my youngers (while at home) did everythign she could to do exactly opposite everything I would want. Yes the gages, piercings, tatoo's and her pick of friends were the worst. She came home one day at 17 and told me she wanted to get married. That day I had to make the choice of my life, support her and hope for the best or don't and possibly lose her forever. So the papers were signed and she married at 17. I can't talk, I did too. Well, last week I answered the phone and it was my precious baby in tears. She was so upset and it took me a little bit to even figure it out. She called to say "I'm so sorry mom" I was not the daughter I should have been, I want you to know I love you and please forgive me for all I put you through. What a call, she's happy in her marriage and he's an awesome son-on-law, One choice she made in her life that going on three years of marriage now, I'm very happy with. My baby girl grew up. We are talking almost daily and she resembles the little girl in pig tales I remember so well. Now for my oldest, not quite as grown up, but she's happy and healthy.. Raise them right, all you can do is what you believe to be the best... in time they will come back.
Diagnosis: Fibremyalgia, Chronic Myofacial Pain, Degenerative Disc Disease, Degenerative Joint Disease, Connective Tissue Disease, Lupus, Osteoarthritis, Anemia, Issues caused by being severely double jointed. Vitamine D Difficency.
Meds: Vicadin, Meloxicam,Omepraxole(high dose previced) Vitamin D 50K , Ambian, Savella,Lyrica, Tramadol, Cyclobenzopine, Voltaren Gel, and Pennsaid Drops.
"Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.
In all thy paths acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths." Proverbs 3:5,6