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Two Near-Death Experiences & Changes

Posted by Scott Holstad on September 18, 2018

Hello. I’ve been meaning to blog about some events that happened to me this summer, but I haven’t found the time, energy, stamina, etc. But I wrote a post and published it on LinkedIn this morning, and I’m going to provide the link for it here. It’s called “Major Changes.” It details how I suffered two near-death experiences in June and July, how recovery has been largely non-existant, how things keep happening to me, and how I’m unable to do any projects, gigs, favors, or even travel, for months. I’m hoping to be in a much better place by Christmas, but that remains to be seen. I may not make it to Christmas the way things have been going.

While I still have a decent number of blog subscribers here, since I essentially went an entire year without blogging (due to extremely poor health), I’m afraid I’ve lost most of my readers, so I really don’t know that too many people will read this or care, but for the few of you who will, thanks. And I’d like to blog more often — truly. It’s just really hard to find the time, energy, stamina, etc., when you feel the way I’ve been feeling for months. So, my apologies. I hope you are all doing well, and I’ll “see” you guys later. Cheers!

3 Responses to “Two Near-Death Experiences & Changes”

  1. I’m so sorry to hear about all you have gone through and are going through. 😦
    I haven’t forgotten you or Sweet Gretchen. I continue to pray for both of you.
    (((HUGS)))

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    • Thank you so much! I miss our interactions, you and I. It makes me want to find the energy to blog more often. I hope you have been doing well. Thanks for continuing to think of us. We could use all the help we could get! 😉 Cheers!

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      • You’re welcome, Scott!
        I continue to battle several of my health issues…2 are ones I was born with (heart condition and asthma) But, this month I celebrated 3 years cancer-free. So I am so so SO grateful for that! 🙂
        I learned recently that I was born with only one kidney…thinking my whole life I had 2…so that was a weird surprise. :-/ I have to see a Nephrologist in Oct.
        But, I am grateful for each day and try to keep the positive flowing!!! 🙂
        Continued prayers and HUGS!!! 🙂

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