September 2nd, 2012
12:55 PM ET

Robin Roberts's Emotional Week

Howard Kurtz on Robin Roberts taking medical leave from Good Morning America for a bone marrow transplant the same week that her mother died.

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  2. Vicky

    We listened tinhgot. I went through a total medical crash 10 years ago due to poor time management. My priorities are now exactly in alignment with how you spelled it out: God husband grown children work. I am in great physical shape at age 54 yay and happy. We have a wonderful ministry in our church and tons of great relationships. I don't get as much done in our network marketing business because I limit my hours. I feel so blessed to have a quality of life, however, financially we are eating up our home equity, ie. going further into debt on our home. This needs to be managed, especially because at the end of August I am beginning classes for an MDivinity degree another great blessing. Last night we already decided to pull back on our ministry for a season. Please pray that I receive and implement the wisdom that the Lord has promised to those who seek Him and obey His Word. Thanks so much, Dani. Suzanne

    October 10, 2012 at 5:09 am | Reply
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