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Hey beautiful guys and dolls.

I must apologize for being absent lately. My mom has been sick and in the hospital. She finally got to go home, but we've been busy taking care of her. Hopefully, she be back n her feet and better soon. I'd appreciate any thoughts and prayers for her quick healing.

I'm celebrating something I've taken for granted many times before.

1. MY bed.

After sleeping in the chair at the hospital all week, I'm very, very happy to be home and enjoying the comforts of my home.

How about you?
Happy celebrations everyone!


  1. I'm sorry your mother was in the hospital! Prayers for her speedy recovery.

  2. I really understand how you must appreciate your bed. Those hospital vigils are so long and so tiring. Glad your mom is out of there. May she stay well.

  3. Definitely try to get some rest in your lovely bed. Best wishes for your mom.

  4. I'm sorry your mom is in the hospital. I'll say a prayer for her!

  5. Goodness, no apologies necessary. Sorry about your mom. Hopefully everyone can rest easier now.

  6. Sorry to read about your mum. Glad to hear you are both home now.

  7. Sorry to hear your mother was unwell!

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

  8. Congrats on being in your own bed. Nothing like it.
    I hope your mom is doing better.

  9. Wishing your mom well, and praying for you and your family. Those times when family is in the hospital can be tough. Hang in there.

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  10. I hope your mum recovers quickly and is doing better. Glad you got to be in your bed.


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