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February 05, 2010

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"You’re tired, sniffly, and out of sorts—for heavens’ sake, enter your poor body and put it to bed and let it sleep until it feels better."

Thank you! I needed this today. I was going to write for several hours and then realized that my body was exhausted. . . . I couldn't move, let alone write a coherent sentence. So I took a nap! (THat's why I can write a comment on here. Hopefully it is semi-coherent!) Great advice overall. Thanks.

I'm so happy for you, Laura! Good for you--I hope your day of rest helped you enter the next day of your life. All peace--Vinita

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