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from zencelt :
Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! That's all.
from zencelt :
Greenwitch, you are ever the source of calm and sense. Thank you for your advice. The doctor thinks its been going on for a couple years at least. But more tests are to come. Immediately, I'm looking for clothes that are easier to put on, and per your advice, will be looking into home care services. Thank you!
from zencelt :
I hate boys... I've had a terrible attitude ever since the blow-off. I need to go out and flirt a bit to get my spunk back.
from zencelt :
You know, I think you're right. Overall, this has been a good experience. If this is what it took to feel this good, it was worth it. Hugs!!
from zencelt :
Hey there! I meet with a nutritionist at the end of the month. He's supposed to be brilliant at hooking people up with the perfect plans for their body/chemistry... I'm anxious to share all of my reading with him. I have lots of questions. Thanks for the note!
from zencelt :
Mucus sucks monkey butt. Happy New Year Witchy!
from zencelt :
Hey there stranger! I'm so glad you agree with me. I was expecting a completely different experience. Lots of dark witches there... Take care!
from zencelt :
Thank you for the note. I know its the truth, but the reality in between is just SO surreal! Yikes! Big hugs to you!
from broken214 :
Why did you move on for? Do you have myspace?
from zencelt :
LOL! Love the comment!
from annanotbob :
Well, I've tried twice, but no reply so far - is that the right address?
from hilthethrill :
Deb is coming to lunch on saturday all the way from Maryland! Is she crazy?? I would like to cordially invite you and A. to come over, too. Email me at hiltheartist@hotmail.com if you would like! xoxo
from annanotbob :
Hiya - I've just bumped into you twice - once at Hil's and once at Diane's, so I'm adding you. I'm in the middle of moving house so won't catch up with you yet, but I am going to scour your archives to learn about cheesemaking. I've been planning to have a go at this for ages but have only just managed to source rennet. Goat's cheese is my all-time favourite - I so envy you your goats. All the best, Anna x
from devil-lover :
I would like to keep u in my favorite list, with ur permission.
from hilthethrill :
Thanks for the nice note, but if I'm only as old as I feel I fear I am in SERIOUS trouble! : ) When are we hanging out? And, the offer still stands to hide in my bunker if necessary!
from zencelt :
I flipping channels yesterday and came upon Bon Jovi singing that song as well! I was transfixed. Oh, and I loved the rendition of Its My Life with the All American Rejects kids too. I was never a Bon Jovi fan when I was younger, but he's maturing beautifully.
from zencelt :
What crappy news about your dad! I'm sorry to hear it. The stress of waiting around for the next round must be enormous. I'll send some stress relieving vibes your way.
from hilthethrill :
You are so cool! I'm adding you to favorites! P.S.I want those sandals.
from my5cents :
Diaryland is up to its old problems AGAIN! I'm sorry about the latest diagnosis for Dad. Can you find a teen who could come in to check on him or stay with him when you are working at the market? Maybe the dr might have some suggestions? Is there a senior center near you where he can spend time?
from zencelt :
Ah yes, I feel the same way. I've lost that loving feelin' for this place.
from zencelt :
That must be one relieved goat! Three kids at once! Give her a hearty pat for me.
from zencelt :
Ooooo. Thank you for the suggestions!
from boxx9000 :
"Could you be the page hungry reader lately?" I've visited your dairy a total of TWICE. How hungry is that? hehehehe
from boxx9000 :
HAPPY FRIDAY the 13th. For some reason, the 13th is always a lucky day for me. Wheeee!
from tou-mou :
I am indeed gone from d-land... I've moved to dulcimergoddess(dot)livejournal(dot)com. the little happy icons of the stars just lured me away....
from zencelt :
Oh, its decadent. And surprisingly, no hangover : )
from zencelt :
Good luck!!!!
from zencelt :
Some girls have all the fun.
from zencelt :
Give me some of that "this chick don't use credit" magic! I'm such the screw up...
from my5cents :
I tried to leave a comment 3x so far. Maybe what I was trying to say was too much. LOL. I was concerned if the check was written out in your name and Rainman forged your signature? If so, I would tell him he has until his next paycheck to give you the money from the check. And I would also get the separation started now. You don't have to file the papers yet but I think A. knows more than you think. She will be upset regardless if she is kicked out of the school or if Rainman is kicked out of the house. Take care of yourself, let LA get involved, I think she can help you a lot. I worry about you. Sorry if I overstepped my boundaries.
from tou-mou :
thank you for your input. :) in my own practice, it doesn't matter so much, but i get a bit tired of the whole "woman is reflected light" business that's the background for a lot of the Victorian-type interpretations.
from summer-gale :
Wow! So much has happened. You met LA! How wonderful! I'm jealous! And your poor thumb. I hope that gets well and that A's dizziness gets better too. And the car? is it driveable? The tuition .. anything new? The cheeseroom Hurrah! Congratulations! Some day I swear I'm going to drive your way and meet you, A and the goats and learn how to make cheese!
from tou-mou :
thank you for the note about my music. i'm flattered. :)
from zencelt :
At the risk of invoking 90's hip hopera, You Da Bomb! Thanks so much for the dose of optimism.
from tou-mou :
would you like to borrow my blowgun? the drummaker gave me a blowgun specifically for my neighbors' blow-up THINGS.
from tou-mou :
hmmm... winter goddesses... I'd say Skadi, or Artemis in one of her pissed-off moods. Cailleach or any of the Crones would work just as well. But personally, I'd prefer hangin' near the hearth with Brigid. :)
from cccerberus :
* suddenly d-land accuses me of posting in yr guestbook often enough to be a spammer so i have to "spam" you here.... * wow- a quarrantine. what next, a curfew? kennel cough? hope you all survive the holidays and get some socialising in despite it all. hope a's school friends and a are all feeling fine.
from tou-mou :
as in New York? we must not live too far from each other, then, in Upstate terms. (I'm in Broome.)
from summer-gale :
I hope to see some sun tomorrow too and I appreciate your efforts in selling at fairs and markets. It's people like you that keep me coming back and buying and going home happy with my finds. Huzzah for marketeers! (your comments thought I was a spammer so I posted here)
from summer-gale :
If you'regoing to be a bumpkin then be sure to get all the toys! (I think you need a gun rack in the truck to qualify)
from realsnoopy :
I hear you. Boy I hear you! *hugs*
from cccerberus :
Heartburn, heartache? Hope your dad is feeling better and on his way home ASAP, before the hospital gets him sick. * * *Something's wrong with Guestbook, hasn't worked in two days * * *
from realsnoopy :
Looks great!
from realsnoopy :
YAAA! Go cheese room!
from realsnoopy :
Go you! You strong hard working woman! *grin*
from july28 :
Thank-you! Are you up late again????!!!
from adam-selene :
PS- I posted under my husbands name. Sorry-oops
from adam-selene :
HI sweetie. I just wanted to tell you personally that I locked up for a while. I need some private writing time. It has NOTHING to do with you so I wanted you to know that. I have a few readers who read me and X and I'm not comfortable with it. For now, I'm trying to heal and I don't need the distractions. I will catch up with you later. E-mail me if you ever need to talk! *hugs*
from realsnoopy :
I'm sorry sweetie. Feel better.
from realsnoopy :
email me
from realsnoopy :
awwww. what happened?
from realsnoopy :
Complain away! I hated PMS! I used to get sooo sick! Boy I was a bitch!! *grin*
from realsnoopy :
When is it not a busy day for you!! *smile*
from realsnoopy :
I did the quiz. I'm a dark witch! Big surprise! Do you still love me? LOL! I'll post it in my diary.
from realsnoopy :
Thats exactly what I thought! You were a cop, WTF??
from realsnoopy :
Thanx smart lady! Don't you think it's odd for an x police officer to need that much support given her background?
from realsnoopy :
Thanx hon!
from realsnoopy :
Not good! Take care of yourself! you work too hard!!
from realsnoopy :
I agree! Way too fast!
from realsnoopy :
Lookin good sweetie!!!
from d1mndn3r0ugh :
Happy Birthday! (realsnoopy sent me over)
from realsnoopy :
Happy Birthday!!! Many hugs and kisses, and may you have a wonderful day that you so deserve!!!!
from realsnoopy :
Those weather men must die!!
from realsnoopy :
Oh no! Take care! I hope your daughter is ok!
from fairylove2 :
Wonderful! I loved it! Thank You for your time. I know your busy! :)
from fairylove2 :
Hi- fairylove2 snoopy01
from realsnoopy :
Hi- I dedicated an entry to you in my wiccan diary! LOL, I'm just giving you shit. I know your busy. :)
from realsnoopy :
I'm sure your not a bad goat mamma! Your one hard working mamma! *hugs*
from realsnoopy :
I'm sorry things were so rough for you! You work too hard! I still love ya my "spastic" friend!
from realsnoopy :
Too cute!
from might-could :
Hugs to you {{greenwitch}}. Enjoy your book!
from realsnoopy :
How are you managing all the work you do in this heat? *hugs*
from realsnoopy :
Abe loved that book! He said it is one of his favorites. I hope you enjoy it!
from realsnoopy :
Thanx for your help!
from realsnoopy :
It's going to be almost 100 this weekend!!! YUK!
from might-could :
Thanks about the flag. And I totally agree with you about what we can become!
from might-could :
'struction. Man, what adventures ensue...Continued blessings to you and your future domination of the local cheese market!
from newyorker18 :
I love the soap, its about the only thing that keeps my skin moisturised...every other soap dries it out! Yes, evidently Uranus will be in retrograde til November...and I have a feeling that that's why all this craziness is going on. Thanks!
from july28 :
Sell LOADS of stuff!!!!!!
from adam-selene :
thanx much!! yeah, it's a mind-set that a lots of people can't get into. i'm excited though!!
from july28 :
Your cheeseroom is really coming together - a dream being realised right before our eyes! I hope you can get some rest though, to get over the girlie thing. (and I agree with C. in your guestbook!)
from realsnoopy :
Username- fairylove2 Password- snoopy01
from realsnoopy :
I just wanted to tell you how much i appreciate you. I am so glad I found you. You are an honest friend and tell it like it is and I love you for that! Thank you!
from realsnoopy :
Sorry, I titled my entry "If your not my husband, don't bother reading." Sometimes the "male" just pisses me off! Have a great HolidaY!!
from realsnoopy :
Your such a sweetie! Thank You for your support! *hugs*
from realsnoopy :
hey! what is bio feedback? did your mom have an increase in belly fat when she was a diabetic? I have found that happening to me. I don't eat any differently and yet the weight is going there.
from hissandtell :
Well, darling, when you do come to visit please bring all that leftover frosting! I have LOTS of stuff to make cupcake batter and I'm not afraid to use it! Love, R xxx
from realsnoopy :
Happy B-day A!
from newyorker18 :
no clue hun, i'm pagan, but i didn't know i had that many Buddhist tendancies!! So does my boyfriend and one of my other friends.
from adam-selene :
my link didn't work. sorry about that. i'll try again in my diary.
from adam-selene :
the lighter side of things is all that is needed sometimes! :) the link to the auction is <a href=http://cgi.ebay.com/WICCAN-MOON-GODDESS-ORIGINAL-ART_W0QQitemZ7414910526QQcategoryZ552QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem>here</a>. the picture isn't that great. the shading is darker and the whites are, well...white.
from realsnoopy :
I have a dozen hats. I'm a cornball!!
from realsnoopy :
:( I'm so sorry for you. Please give yourself a warm hug from me...your daughter is so wonderful.
from realsnoopy :
Happy Mother's Day!
from realsnoopy :
It's been raining for days with no relief in sight. :(
from realsnoopy :
I have a huge favor to ask. If you don't want to, it's ok. I was wondering if you would do a guest entry in my wiccan diary. I would like to hear you "sum up" your thoughts and beliefs. I know it's a tall order. Were you raised Wiccan, how did you start, what do you believe and feel. What things are being said in "modern" wicca that you do and don't agree with. Overall, your feelings and practices.
from meanatheart :
Hey! Just finished catching up on your entries (I know, but in my defence I am... well I'm not busy I just haven't been reading that much... so no excuse for my behaviour (typical 14 year old right? haha)) So uhm... OH right back to the point. I love lilacs too! They're so pretty, but I prefer the white ones to anything else. But the two purples mixed together were really pretty! I'm in computers and the kid next to me thought I was insane for smiling over flowers haha. Okay, lurve you, I promise to be a better reader!! ~Shelby
from fairylove2 :
Yes, it looks like shit. I will see what's up with the font size. You have to stick your face in the monitor to see it! Thanx!
from fairylove2 :
Yes, it looks like shit. I will see what's up with the font size. You have to stick your face in the monitor to see it! Thanx!
from july28 :
I am having a virtual reality smell of your photo - my lilac bushes are still at the first stages just now (strangely) Thank you for the pic!
from realsnoopy :
They smell so wonderful!!!!!!!11
from realsnoopy :
I love lilacs!
from realsnoopy :
Just reading your life makes me tired!
from july28 :
Oh, that must have been some experience with the buck baby! I wonder if he'll do anything like that again? ;)
from realsnoopy :
Those can be hard to find!
from realsnoopy :
Can I come over next week?
from july28 :
awesome news!!!!!
from hissandtell :
Congratulations! Don't burst a foo-foo valve in the moving, darling. It sounds a bit like us trying to get our new one-million-tonne coldroom off the truck and onto the back verandah - six men, one girl, two yapping dogs and a lot of beer and intense boy-talk about the best way to do it. Good luck! Love, R xxx
from cccerberus :
I just read the first half of your private entries- I missed a lot. You need the liberty you will attain when that cheeseroom is finally underway. I talked to a free university therapist the other day and to a coworker/friend, and we went to our new boss about our friend with problemaand....I have a big headache. Sometimes one just can't help some people who won't help themselves.. It's sad but ultimately you are right- breathe. It helps to move on.
from cccerberus :
Hey there- Quickly read your most recent private entry and will reread again tonight...why are my weeks so incredibly and ridiculously fast and furious? I need to sit. I need to meditate. But what I wanted to ask is whether there is a way to read your OLD private entries cuz I missed them. Happy farming! -J
from absinthesigh :
Thank you for the sweet note! with love, ophelia
from realsnoopy :
sorry sweetie- your password didn't save! therealsnoopy@yahoo.com
from realsnoopy :
have a good weekend!
from realsnoopy :
Thank you sweetie! I know you don't have much time on your hands and I do appreciate it! :)
from realsnoopy :
What is a "Waldorf" school?
from realsnoopy :
Thank you! Your response made my discussion with her feel like I handled it well. I'm still a little new at this and didn't think I would run into this with her so soon. Has your daughter had any situations like this?
from realsnoopy :
When you have a second, please read my GRRRR entry and tell me if I handled this correctly or if you feel I should add something to my conversation with my daughter. Thanx sweetie!
from hissandtell :
Well, congratulations! Fromage away, darling! Love, R xxx
from realsnoopy :
You better take care of yourself! :) Get some sleep!
from fairylove2 :
Hi- I have a question. I am trying to study the gods and goddesses. I can't believe how many their are. I mean really! Can you recomend a way to down size or organize or something. I couldn't imagine going through them all and then remembering all the info on each one. I know this sounds stupid but I don't know how else to say it. :)
from meanatheart :
lucky you! it may be spring there but it was snowing here! ~Shelby
from hissandtell :
Oh, somehow I missed your delightful Kid Pics! (Must have been the bloody slow hit-and-miss dial-up we were on the last several days.) They are completely adorable - how many did you end up with altogether? And yes, photographs of the vegetable garden, please. Mine looks like a Kansas twister went through it, which I suppose it kind of did, in a way... Love, R xxx
from adam-selene :
yum! I want to come over and eat everything in your yard!
from zencelt :
Oh my gosh, she is the cutest thing ever!
from realsnoopy :
It seems the only reader we share is Lisa. She knows the whole story. The person he had the affair with is x-plicity. That is her diary name here. I tried to forgive her for quite some time. I almost did until I caught her in just one two many lies. I don't need that. I think she has some serious problems. I try to refrain from writing about it as much as possible out of respecting her diary. Since you and I only read Lisa, it shouldn't start a bunch of bullshit by me telling you who she is. Many of my readers know and read her too. She worked with my husband, and her band played at my daughters 18th Birthday party we had for her. It's my diary and I'll write what I want too! LOL Sorry, dumb joke! Her old diary is now locked. That is the diary she has most of it written in. Now it's locked because I read it already. No point in leaving it open now huh? Although there are some things in this current diary if you start at the begining. So if your ever bored, ya right, you can read it and understand a little more. Or maybe you could just give a shit too! Thats ok as well! Have a good one! Cute pics!
from realsnoopy :
You are right. People can be very annoying. You wonder sometimes if they have a brain -one that works anyway!
from fairylove2 :
May I have the password?
from adam-selene :
take care! thanks for taking the time to say hi!
from realsnoopy :
oh how I remember! have you had a break down of just crying until you just pass out of exhaustion? Take Care :)
from meanatheart :
Aw. you've actually made me realize that goats are cute. Sweet. I'm going to say possibly the most overused cliche to you: "We may grow up but we never grow old!" ~Shelby
from july28 :
The pix are beautiful....what a great experience this must have been for A. (and BTW, haven't you just cloned yourself with her??!!!) take care!
from realsnoopy :
Amber is 21 Heather is 19 Ty is 13 and Nadia is 8. I am 37, my husband is 30. Where do you think I can find that movie you were talking about? I tried my local video store and they didn't carry it. Is it a rentable video that you know of?
from meanatheart :
since when are you an old person? You're cooler than most of my friends. Your daughter's so cute. And thanks! I really like my new template too! ~Shelby
from fairylove2 :
is that your little girl? She is soooo cute!
from july28 :
the babies are beautiful. xxx
from realsnoopy :
oh they are soooo cute!!!
from realsnoopy :
wow! How beautiful! You are very lucky to have that experiance! I hope all stays well! BB
from fairylove2 :
How exciting!! Good luck!
from july28 :
Oooh! Good luck for tonight...you were right abou the full moon!
from realsnoopy :
When I read your diary, I feel what you are going through and it makes me feel panicky. I went through all of this with my grandfather. He has three children but it was ALL left for me to handle. He also wanted it that way. I was raising all four of my children and working part time. I quit my job to care for him every day. He was still drinking vodka with a drop of juice added to it. He was stubborn and made everything a challenge. It came to the point that I dreaded going there. Not because I didnt love him, he was my "father" and I would have done anything for him, and I did. It wore me down so hard after two years of this I started getting terrible depression. He past away and I was put on zoloft. I love very hard. "as you can see from everything I write" and at times I have let it destroy me. I am learning to control that. I see your at the point of "snap!" I'm not going to tell you what to do and how to feel. You are a very smart woman. You can handle it. Just TRY and take care of YOU, the hardest thing of all! *hugs*
from fairylove2 :
lol! Me either! That and "shut up!"
from zencelt :
Hmmm. That's a hard call. Any way you could use tough love, let him go to the nursing home and demand that he improve his mobility within a week or two so that he can come home with you? That way he has a goal and maybe some motivation. And maybe you'll have the peace of mind that you won't have to carry him around, or find him injured after one of your necessary errands away from home. Good luck and many good wishes to you.
from fairylove2 :
That is exactly the kind of feed back I was hoping for! Thank you so much! I hope your father is doing well soon. Don't forget to take care of yourself.
from fairylove2 :
thanx! I'm looking for a couple of new reads. Does anyone come to mind?
from meanatheart :
Here's a virtual box of tissues; FEEL BETTER! ~Shelby
from realsnoopy :
I thought you would be one of my readers to get a kick out of that story!
from realsnoopy :
i'm sorry for what your going through. I know first hand it's emotionally draining. I took care of my grandfather for three years until he past away. *hugs*
from realsnoopy :
Hi- Wanted to let you know I did your survey!
from zencelt :
Sea snot + sex. Hmmm. Not doing it for me either.
from realsnoopy :
I got you from lostinmylove. Do you mind if I read you? Thanks? I also have had entries where I always seem to say "i'm tired" your not alone! *grin*
from july28 :
I wonder what the goats are making of it???!!! Looks good on Ya!
from hissandtell :
Love it! You look a bit like a barrel-ridin' goat-ropin' rodeo princess, darling! Love, R xxx
from july28 :
I love your goats!
from hissandtell :
Yippee! You're sounding so wonderfully optimistic I'm sitting here smiling too. Glad you got some warmth into those icy bones - and isn't that ALWAYS the way with those pesky, ah, pelvic regions? Threaten them with public exposure (as it were) and a good dressing down (as it were) and they meekly step into line and do the right thing. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
You poor darling. I've just sent you a little something - I do help it cheers you up slightly. Thinking of you, possum. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
My mother broke her leg (compound fracture!) a few years back and was hospitalised for six months; I think it's more a case of them losing their superfit status and becoming more dependent is a real downer for them internally, but your Dad is coming home and that's all that matters just now. Loads of love. xxxx
from july28 :
Al least Rainman was useful for once. Give your Dad a hug for me. xxx
from meanatheart :
haha oh my god you rock my socks, seriously
from meanatheart :
haha oh my god you rock my socks, seriously
from hissandtell :
Well, what can I say except some people bring out the stalker in us, and you're obviously one of them! Happy Lurky-Thingy, darling. Love, R xxx
from might-could :
I haven't tried your guestbook--no reason why--but I got a note like the one below me here saying that someone couldn't access mine, either. It's probably another Andrew thing, no? I'd love for anyone who read *that* many entries to say something, too. If it's mean, you could always delete it but I'm sure, like me, you'd want to know what it's about. Hell, I just had 3 hits from the same address in China. I thought, "Well, good enough for 3 but decided I'm far too mental? : )
from my5cents :
I couldn't get on the guestbook...I didn't want to cause you stress...on the 5 weird things...I just thought it might give you something else to think about. OK?
from meanatheart :
Hi. It's me. Sometimes life throws curve balls. The kind that hit you in the stomach and knock all the wind out of you. All you gotta do is stand up and walk to first base. Haha look! words of nonsensical wisdom from a 14 year old girl! Hope this helped...
from my5cents :
I couldn't get on the guestbook either. My hope for you and your Dad and A. is that tomorrow is as peaceful as possible even though I know it will be hard. I hope you can all rest up this weekend.
from newyorker18 :
I tried to put this in your guestbook, but it wouldn't let me. Greenwitch, Though it is dreadful to lose a parent (I lost my dad very young) you can both be at peace now. I know how much it was tearing you up to see her like that, and it must have been tearing her up knowing she had to keep on that way. My offer to be here for you for whatever you need still stands, anytime you need me. Peace and Happier Days,
from meanatheart :
I don't think any of us could have put it as well as hissandtell did. We're all here for you, <3 your d-land admirers
from july28 :
I'm so sad for you, J. You , your Dad and A. are in my thoughts. xxxx
from hissandtell :
I'm so very sorry, darling. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
As below. xxxxx
from hissandtell :
Darling, I know there's nothing I can offer in the way of comfort to you at this awful time in your life, but I want you to know - as always - that I'm thinking of you and sending you my best thoughts as you try to make sense of what's happening. Much love, R xxx
from july28 :
Being the child of older parents is the worst. Seems like we are adults and have adult themed problems before we are even grown. Love to you and A. xxxx
from zencelt :
I pray that your mother may pass as she alone chooses, and finds peace and inspiration in her path. I am in awe of the honor you show your mother. It has to be one of the greatest gifts you've ever given her. (((hugs to you)))
from zencelt :
You are too right. Funny how life teaches us significant lessons is subtle ways.
from july28 :
I am glad somebody else knows about the Young Americans album - I was OBSESSEd with it long ago but my oldest broke the record (god, I am old) when he was a toddler, and I've never replaced it!
from hissandtell :
Sending you my very best wishes and positive thoughts in your quest to get legal, darling. Blessed are the cheesemakers, as they say. Love, R xxx
from zencelt :
Oh yes. July28 and I have chatted about our mutual love of all men kilted. Its so good for the soul...
from k7flyer :
why wizard of OZ?
from hissandtell :
Happy lead-up-to-Samhain, darling. I shall hang out all my witches and black cats windsocks today, but that's about the extent of my efforts this year. Any chance you can post photographs of your pumpkins? Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
Oh gods, this just sucks. I can't do anything but send energy, but a candle is lit for you on my altar.
from july28 :
I love LJ for the easiness of finding other bloggers who have similar interests...but the notes aspect of Dland is awesome. Jake sounds fearsome!!!
from hissandtell :
This big black creature with large balls in your barn - that's a metaphor, right? (Or is it personification?) Like Winston Churchill's black dog sniffing at his heels? (Except this one is a PMT girl-thingy?) Love you, doll! R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
D'oh! My fault -- I had changed my layout and forgot to re-add the link. It's at the top of the page now... if you open an account -- don't have to journal there -- I can add you to my list for filters. I'll still be reading yours either way. :-)
from july28 :
The birthday answers seem just right for you!
from ilmomof3 :
Sending lots of energy and good thoughts your way... hope the weekend is good.
from treedreams :
I hope you and A find some enjoyable things to do this weekend. You will both be in my thoughts during the coming weeks. Take deep breaths.
from might-could :
Hello. I don't know if you read me much anymore but if you do I'm locked again. The word is: ornot
from treedreams :
Thanks for adding me to your buddy list!
from treedreams :
"How can something so basic to survival be so elusive?" When you find out, let me know, okay? I'm still not right from earlier this summer!
from summer-gale :
In your secret heart of hearts don't you kind of wish for the fairy tale ending?
from treedreams :
I really feel for what you're going through with this situation. You are definitely doing right by doing what you need to do to protect you and A. There's no guarantee that the Rainman is actually ready to make the needed changes. And if he's not ready, it won't happen. Insufficient sleep - I know a lot about that! It really affects your life. Sending you peaceful thoughts for a good night's sleep. Thanks for the birthday wishes. I had a great birthday.
from absinthesigh :
Thank you for your sweet note about Allister the Ferret xoxox. with love, ophelia
from july28 :
J, do you know anything about ANGOLA goats? Somebody is selling pedigree ones near me, I'm looking for a breed that has good milk yield also good fleece/fibre, but am trying to get some facts before I go any further. Hope you had a good market day ..xx
from treedreams :
Glad to hear that your dad is doing better, and that you and A are also doing better now.
from july28 :
Love to your Dad! xxxx
from july28 :
getting your smile back must feel good!
from july28 :
That must have been one of the hardest entries you've ever had to post. It's good that he's gone to rehab under his own steam; no amount of cajoling from anyone else could have made him go. Big, big hugs to you and A from me...you know all us diarylanders love you both and know you can get through this !!!!!
from treedreams :
Such startling developments! You and A will make it through this; I'll be keeping you both in my thoughts & sending you some healing energy. Hoping Rainman gains understanding and comes back with some positive changes.
from ilmomof3 :
Oh my gods! I am glad for you, worried for you, all of it. I know you have the strength to get through, even if it doesn't feel like it sometimes... praying for you!
from hissandtell :
Darling one, I read this entry with tears in my eyes. You mightn't realise it, but the strength behind your words - despite your exhaustion and anger and fears - is enormous. Yes, the goddess will protect and provide and all those other things, and you'll come out of this all bright and shiny and new. I'm sending you and A all my fondest thoughts. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
Keep going!!!!!!
from treedreams :
Wow, it sounds like you were lucky not to sustain more damage from that exciting storm! Too bad it didn't cool things down a bit though.
from july28 :
Thanks!!!!!
from treedreams :
What a beautiful, healthy garden you have!
from july28 :
gorgeous, gorgeous pix - I am so jealous....my garden harvest is rubbish so far!
from hissandtell :
Absolutely inspirational photographs, darling. And, may I say, the orange banana paste tomato thingy (which should win the award for Silliest Name) with mozzarella and pesto on crusty bread sounds so divine I will be fantasising about it all day. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Darling, should the Nimbin ever make the grade, I shall be delighted to send you a free one. I'll even personalise it with some cornucopiac psychedelic goat-horns on the roof and a yoghurt-maker on the dashboard. (The funny thing is that when I was rambling to my husband about this amazing car I want to design, he said, "But you realise it'll probably sell to all the old Birkenstock-wearing children of Aquarius BoBos out there, don't you?" And I said, "Well, *I'd* buy it!") Anyway, the wine: i'm not familiar with it, and I rather suspect it's an export blend. I finally found the "Big Red" (cab sav + shiraz) listed as "deep red in color with purple hues. Moderate in acidity, it is medium-full in body with soft, ripe tannins. The nose features blackberries, cherries, cassis, and white pepper, while the palate adds plums and vanilla oak. Well balanced to enjoy now and over the next 5-6 years, this red blend lingers pleasantly on the finish." So, based on that, I rather suspect I'd give it a go! At least three times! (And yes, I completely understand your impulsivity in all manner of choices - beverage or otherwise - sugarbear.) Much love, R xxx
from might-could :
Gads! Heal thyself!! {{{greenie}}} (Now, have you ever been called "greenie" before? Trying for a tad of humour, sorry.)
from hissandtell :
Oh, darling; poor you. Glad the dreaded pink pain and suffering was worth it in sales, at least. Personally, I find the ghoul look quite fetching, but I expect you don't want to scare the kids. Or the kids. Oh, never mind. Hope you feel better soon. Love, R xxx
from greenwitch :
Yikes, I can't get in. Can I have the password?
from might-could :
Thank you for your time & info. Yes, it's all over the farm on the northern side. This is the Ozarks, so some nooks and crannies probably allow for other types of vegetation. We have glades all over MO too and I know there are some species that are found only in Africa!!! There's a lot of "bad" but a lot of "good" to living here as well. Those few plants shown are wild on the farm (in the woods, particularly).
from might-could :
Hi, I asked once and here's the picture: http://tinyurl.com/8lzfe Bloodroot, know anything? ...When you have time, of course!
from might-could :
Thanks for a comment about the writing exercise. It's a fake version of nanowrimo.com (you could spend an hour reading all the info). There is no editing. The point is to have a huge output of words (fiction) w/o doing anything to hold yourself back (such as editing). You just keep track of word counts. I've never written fiction before, mostly poetry. I understand for some people who are "real" writers or those who've done the project before, they might edit or have plans ahead on characters and stuff. I'm just getting pictures in my head and describing them. I don't know what I'm doing and that's okay!! : )
from my5cents :
I agree with previous notes, Rainman has gotten a clue...grants = money...Be careful. Good luck with the testimonials, I am sure it won't be hard for you to find plenty of happy customers.
from july28 :
Mmmm...does Rainman sense that there might be changes soon?
from hissandtell :
Oooh, do you know that right now, I'm picturing you as a one of those hams baked in coca-cola and molasses, just like the Domestic Goddess Nigella Lawson voluptuousised on TV last night... Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Ophelia, darling - I can't leave you notes at journalspace! Love, R xxx
from treedreams :
Beautiful tour - thanks!
from absinthesigh :
Thank you for the note 8-). Anyone is supposed to be able to leave notes at journalspace, not sure what's up, I'm such a luddite I have no idea %-). In regards to absinthe... I prepare mine like this: 1 shot of absinthe, one shot of ice cold water and 1 sugar cube. Pour the absinthe first, place sugar cube on slotted absinthe spoon (you can use a fork if you do not have an absinthe spoon however forks tend not to be long enough and can fall into the glass and ruin the ritual) drip the ice water over the sugar cube melting the sugar into the absinthe. This will cause what is called a louche, the color change that is so enchanting. Sip and prepare to dream. The mix I prefer is very strong, some might advise to use more water, usually three to one I believe. My two favorite absinthes are Francois Guy and Versinthe La Blanche. yum! If you purchase absinthe beware, there are quite a few incredibly bad brands and many false brands. There are some excellent webpages: www.absintheonline.com/ and www.feeverte.net amoung others that have excellent guides and resources for purchasing. There is a new book as well called "Absinthe, Sip of Seduction" which is an entertaining light read. My absinthe lecture in brief 8-). with much love, ophelia
from treedreams :
I hope everything goes smoothly with your father's procedure.
from july28 :
Psychic points for you again....I must have been pondering over the colour thing in my sleep last night, and I dreamt I was eating my way through a box of chocs, and I dug out one of those heart shaped strawberry ones, bit half way through it and shouted 'Aaah! THAT'S the colour I need!!!!!! So now I'll have to go and buy chocs so I can check out the colour for real. For once I have a chocolate buying excuse! xxxxxx
from july28 :
Yeah, I must have been in my early twenties when I read 'Fear of Flying' ....wow! I was online to see what E.J. is up to now, mostly just the same, but the strange thing is this - she looks like she hasn't changed AT ALL from the in-cover of the 1978 book....what is her secret ???!!! xxxx
from treedreams :
Thank you so much for your kind note. It meant a lot. It must have been very hard for you to lose your two cats. On a brighter note, congratulations on your great news! I'm visualizing the best possible result for you.
from july28 :
I am SO happy for You!!!!!!!! xxxxxxx
from hissandtell :
Fabulous! You go, girl! (But please, DON'T explode...) Love, R xxx
from treedreams :
What a day! I hope you all feel some relief starting tomorrow.
from absinthesigh :
Greetings 8-). I finally have a new diary: http://eidola.journalspace.com/ I am composing my list of favorite links and wanted to ask if it was okay for me to add your diaryland diary to that list... lemme know k? with love, ophelia
from treedreams :
Sending healing prayers for little Bun-Bun.
from july28 :
I'll be thinking about starting MY own country all day today, now that you've brought it into my mind! LOL! Hope your allergies cool off soon.xxx
from hissandtell :
Your new plantings sound splendid; I'm envious because we're approaching winter here and everything's getting frosted. Re the broccoli seeds, a horticulturally-minded friend in China sent me an email the other day saying, "Did you read that the seeds of broccoli, if you eat them as sprouts, significantly (like over 80%) reduces the size of cancer tumours? Stops the formation of cancer in its earliest stages too. Don't know how many you have to eat, however." So now, of course, I'm going to grow (and gobble) broccoli sprouts all over my kitchen! Love, R xxx
from tou-mou :
thanks for the birthday wish. :)
from july28 :
I think you did the right thing - giving him the *chance* of recovering. The other way, you would have been eaten up with guilt wondering if he would have gotten better. This is one of the many things I hate about adult responsibility - having to make executive decisions , but like I said, I definitely think you called it right. xxxxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, darling, how very sad for the poor little baby and for you. Love, R xxx
from treedreams :
RIP little buckling. How sad.
from treedreams :
What a wonderful place you have, lovely garden!
from hissandtell :
Love the photographs; your garden is so inspiring. My old pet ram Neddy really would have got a kick out of bonking that wheelbarrow of yours, especially since it presumably would have welcomed him with open arms. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
Isn't stroking pets supposed to cheer you up?!!! Hope you feel better today ...thinking of ya! xxxxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, you poor darling. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Yes, you must! (Take some pictures, I mean.) And you could always have nasturtium sandwiches... Love, R xxx
from july28 :
LOL at your escaping goats entry, though I know it must have been v. panicky...that's what worries me about having big animals, if they want to do something, they just WILL!!! Love to both you and A. and enjoy the weekend xx
from catpewk :
As long as you release the splints every few hours, to let the circulation through, he should be find. The purpose of the splint is to immobilize the leg. Maybe you could be foam or cloth under the splint. It should be soft enough to let the blood through. The splint on the outside would still keep the leg immobilized...
from hissandtell :
Oh, your poor little buckling. I'm sure you've done the right thing; giving him some hope at a little dignity is preferable to dooming him without a chance. Think of Seabiscuit, darling! Love, R xxx
from july28 :
stressful+++++ What the hell is she playing at? I hope it all comes together....it would be such a big help to you. xxxxx
from hissandtell :
I always absolutely adore your photographs, darling. But where's all the snow gone? Love, R xxx
from july28 :
Out in the garden in shorts and T shirt? I'm so jealous! It's still woolly jumper weather here. Take care xx
from july28 :
I lived in a place for three months prior to this one where the water was almost constantly frozen/unavailable so sympathies there!(Then I moved here and it had frozen underground pipes , so much of the same) We really do take it for granted. At least Rainman was constructive and helpful???!!!! Love to you and A. xxxx
from hissandtell :
ADORABLE! Love, R xxx
from treedreams :
Pretty sloppy with the stuff in the car, almost as if he didn't care if you saw it. (((Hug)))
from july28 :
I can't believe he didn't try to hide the car stuff...did he WANT you to ask about them?
from july28 :
Good luck with Luna xx
from misparking :
I just stumbled on your diary and found it interesting. I admire your hard work!
from treedreams :
Poor Luna - I hope she gets better. Taking the kids to the nursing home is a wonderful thing to do.
from hissandtell :
Oooohhh, those cute little snub-noses - how utterly adorable. Congratulations on your safe arrivals, darling. I shall start knitting booties immediately: at least they can chew them and eat them up when they get a little older - and I'll be sure to send them in a tin-can, which I understand goats are also rather fond of. (We used to have a herd of 1000 Angoras. As I recall, they ate EVERYTHING and the naughty kids were particularly partial to laundry hanging on the clothesline when they sneaked into the houseyard.) Love, R xxx
from absinthesigh :
Congratulations to Every One!! with love, ophelia
from treedreams :
Oh, those babies are so precious, just beautiful!
from july28 :
Soooo beautiful!!! I'm so happy for you that all went well. xx
from ilmomof3 :
What cute babies! Congrats to you and mom.
from hissandtell :
Ooooh, now wouldn't little alien goats be scary? EVIL TWINS, even? Good luck! Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, let me tell you - I'm on tenterhooks here waiting for the new kids, so I can't begin to imagine how it is for you! Hope there's lots of wonderful "whooshing" soon and many happy bleatings in the barnyard. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, such a shame you're feeling uncommunicative. I've been meaning to drop you a line to let you know that your last three (I think it's three) entries are among the best writing I've read in ages. They were magnificent. I was so moved by the maiden/mother/crone cactus story, which really does deserve to be published. Hope you feel more energetic soon, and get back to your usual attitudinous self. Love, R xxx
from treedreams :
Glad to hear your father is home from the hospital. I was going to write you a note Thursday night after I added you to my favorites until I glanced at the clock and saw how late it was. I enjoy reading your diary, very interesting and a lot of wisdom.
from july28 :
Hope your Dad gets home soon.... and those flowers sound beautiful - you've inspired me to make a bunch of pink ones! Love, Fran x
from brigitd :
I love the Herbwife! I look forward to more. A fellow lover of Outlander, one of those can't put down no matter how many times you've read it before. Blessings :)
from ilmomof3 :
sending that energy...
from newyorker18 :
Hi there. Thanks for the note. I didn't realize my diary was wonky. I wondered why my profile wouldn't show up! Thats what I get for not paying attention. I used to raise Alpines and LaMancha's, but unfortunately I had to sell them all, even my baby (well the 3 year old I raised from a baby)
from hissandtell :
Just wanted you to know that I am looking forward hugely to you sharing your herbal knowledge. My own herb garden is looking rather sad at the moment - it was under attack from potoroos and bunnies before the rains - so you'll be an added inspiration to me to (lovingly) whip the wheel back into a perfect circle. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Hmmmm, I hadn't thought of that song in years. But it - and your lima bean soup and newly-rekindled creativity - all sounds rather wonderful. It is most certainly NOT soup weather here at the moment, btw. It's eat a cold orange and hide in the airconditioning weather. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
I love that 'official title' story J! Enjoy the ski-ing trip !
from hissandtell :
How fabulous! It's like all those climbers' bodies on the slopes of Mount Everest. Remember the excitement when they located George Mallory after some eighty years? Oh, the tales a well-preserved specimen such as yours could tell! And I'm sure there'd even be a book and a documentary in this for you. Love, R xxx
from catpewk :
I don't think you have a whelk's chance in a supernova of getting him into counseling, but good luck anyway :>
from ozarklily :
I figured you understood personal v. “book.” I was raised with so much being based on the personal that I sometimes forget that others might take what I ramble about as being “gospel” or something *learned* . How I grew up, there’s no end to discussions (or spats) about, “Well, my granny said the fork droppin’ means a man’s coming.” and the other person saying, “No. My granny said it means *anyone’s* a-coming but it depends on from which way the fork’s pointin’.” Then someone will idle up and say, “Handle or tines?” Then the next argument continues : )
from ozarklily :
I read Graves as a child. I'm not doing the "13 moons," however. This is a very introductory, "101" level look at the ogham. I've studied off and on for years (about 8?) and I'm not very into it. I finally decided to rely more on the dreamwork, so if you're using my stuff, I ought to copywrite it because it's from *my* dreams--not sources or coursework. In other words, be inspired surely, but my correspondences are my own and are not "original" or "official" by a longshot. Cheers
from hissandtell :
Doll, I'm finally getting a chance to read your last few entries properly. I LOVE the photographs of you and your hair. You remind me of my friend D, which is always a good reason to like someone! And as I'm getting older (despite being childless) my hair is doing the boinging-thingy more and more, too. Damned hormones. Oh, and the pussy willow and red oak are too beautiful. Here, everything's lush and green and hot and soft and flowering after the rain. It's hard to imagine how frosty and glassy your world must be - but hey, that view on your way to the barn every day would be utterly breathtaking. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, you are a terrible tease. Please hurry. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, but of course you can pull it off - with confidence and poise and style and beauty and good grace, and whatever shit-kicking you might need as well! Have a good one, darling. Love, R xxx
from july28 :
A's gifts sound so lovely - I have surfed back three times just to re-live the things she got! Get well soon xx
from ilmomof3 :
Thank you so much for your comment -- I wonder sometimes if my journal isn't harder on parents. Peace to you and I really do feel your support. :-)
from hissandtell :
What a divine sunrise. It's inspiring. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
You poor darling. I have no idea what to say to you, except that you'll know the right things to do when you're ready. Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
I hear that -- we've been having a heck of a time staying "un" sick too.
from ilmomof3 :
I've started composing my entries in a text editor and then copy & paste them into the form here at DL. That way if it gets eaten, I still have the information in the editor. I had that happen a couple of times before I decided I wasn't trusting my posts to DL.
from ilmomof3 :
I thought the banner was pretty cool, actually. It totally caught my eye, and then I thought, "Hey... I know her!" :-)
from hissandtell :
Well, runny poos notwithstanding, you are certainly sounding quite chipper! Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
That was a beautifully reflective entry, and the advent garden ceremony sounds quite lovely. I'm keeping all digits crossed for you with your new business venture, darling. Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
Yup, primrose oil is what I used before. That's probably what I'll pick up. I just wonder about the desert connection. I'm not sure what was up with the comments -- I wonder if anyone else had that problem. Thanks for the suggestion!
from july28 :
Too much bad stuff in such a short space of time hugs to you both xx
from hissandtell :
You know, hellishly hard work and aching bones aside, your pastoral life sounds idyllic: as does the idea of home-made dandelion and peach wine. In fact, it's so intoxicating that I can hardly breathe. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Such exquisite photographs! I had to laugh about the "happy bird/quiet bird" comment, especially since my two naughty cockatoo-children are still at large. They used to be relatively quiet and well-behaved in their aviary, but now they fly overhead screeching at me several times a day. They are looking dirty and dusty and scruffy and bedraggled too, the poor dears. I guess they'll either get used to being free and clean up their acts eventually, or come home quietly and let me feed them up. Thanks for sharing the photos! Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
I was wondering about the counselor -- I hope it works out for you. I found that just having an objective person listening to my crap regularly helped.
from ilmomof3 :
He has power-of-attorney and can make medical decisions. The main thing is, he wants to respect her wishes. He's pretty resolute about it. I just ache for him -- it's not fair, dammit!
from july28 :
Have you thought about goat's milk soap? So many varieties on the web - lavender/rose etc - probably not so much regulations to make it....and a whole new learning curve for you! just a thought, love to you both, Fran xx
from july28 :
Ooooh...hope there was nothing to risque in the kilts folder! I am always going to delete it but it's good eye candy entertainment now and again. Aren't the chicks cute though? I think I might have started a new breed with the little black and yellow one! Love to you both, Fran x
from july28 :
Thanks for the note! I've posted a couple of pix of them (plus Mum chicken) into the livestock folder in my webshots gallery - hope you can let A. have a look - they are so cute! Love to you both, Fran x
from ilmomof3 :
Good luck with that. I've had great growth with counselors, but it's so important to find the right one. I had one who tried to tell me the reason I wasn't Christian was because I had "issues" with my dad. Which may be true, but isn't why I'm not Christian. ::rolls eyes:: Anyway, I've also found some really awesome counselors who totally supported my spiritual choices, and that's where I really was able to reap the benefits.
from hissandtell :
Well, clearly I need to get a life, too, since I'm wetting myself with excitement at the mere thought of seeing a photograph of some virile new buck's balls. So think about it some more, okay? Love, R xxx
from ahottamale :
Great diary, if I do say so myself.
from squirrelx :
Thank you VERY much for the kind words you left in my guestbook, and for tellin' me about 'moxibustion'. I'd never heard of it before, but I'm anxious to give it a try.
from ilmomof3 :
I've seen "blocked referrer" before too... if you figure it out, let me know!
from justmouse :
sorry about your husband being a waste of space. your talking of the full moon reminds me of when i was young and carefree. also, i miss having a cat, well, except for the itching and wheezing and hives. i love kitties. i only had time to read the one entry so far...look forward to reading more. (found you off of mom-on-roof's comments page) :) take care.
from ilmomof3 :
In my readings, the moon often indicates things going on beneath the surface, emotionally and/or spiritually.
from catpewk :
When things are at the darkest, the moon shines light for us to see by. Unfortunately, some of the things we see are things we would rather remain hidden. The moon throws our deepest fears into sharp relief, yet also shines light on the way to overcome them. If you don't have it already, try getting a hold of 'Understanding Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot' by Lon Milo DuQuette. If you use the Thoth regularly, its well worth the $25...
from catpewk :
The Secret Police? We have secret police in this country? what happened! Tell more!
from ilmomof3 :
Now I'm on the edge of my seat AND hoping for the best.
from might-could :
duh: the user name is my own might-could the pw was the single word I sent. Please do let me know if it didn't work out. I've added others and it worked but I was really out of it yesterday! Okay, I'm that way a lot but *especially* yesterday!
from might-could :
Oooo! That *is* scary. I might've missed that you had rabies going around. Oh, fuckitty... Yeah, I had a stalker prob at the old place so I started this new one up and I think last week I creaked it open to some people who I read religiously (like you) and was feeling guilty about being a taker and not a sharer. If you like, I can email you the password. I have the freebie acct so I never saw who really read me before. Again, best wishes. That blows!
from hissandtell :
Down, girl! The bat bit you? Goodness. I have bats (well, not personally, but you take my point) but they do everything possible to avoid contct with people, the shy little buggers that they are. On the other hand, if a fruit-bat (or flying fox) bit you, it would hurt very much. But pretty much the worst you could expect from one of them is that it would pee on you, from a great height. I'm looking forward to your next update, darling! Love, R xxx
from anonadada72 :
Just sent the password to your d-land email address. Glad that you'll still be reading! ~Jess
from mom-on-roof :
Sadly, that particular detail has escaped my razor sharp, ha ha, mind. 1981, they were playing near Akron Ohio, and I believe they lived in Cleveland.
from ilmomof3 :
I'm happy the party went well, but sorry to hear about your mom. Peace to you and yours.
from ilmomof3 :
Argh -- this totally sucks. It reminds me of the time I hit a burro driving my drunk dad home when I was 15. Totally not my fault -- and yes, the burro was okay. I barely tapped him. Anyway, it's hard when you have to explain crap like that to kids and with a ceramic-induced headache to boot? Not cool.
from hissandtell :
I really enjoyed this cheese-pot entry, darling; have fun with the hocus-pocus. I personally never worry too much about the "harm none" business - I figure that if someone's going to try to shaft me, I'm going to go after them and hunt them down. In the nicest possible way, of course. Love, R xxx
from hissandtell :
Oh, that cheese looks completely divine. Darn - I expect it would contravene our imported dairy products trade laws to have some sent here, though. Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
Do you have anyone making soap with your goat milk? I hear it makes some luxurious stuff!
from evieaeeh :
Hey Greenwitch ~ I saw the photos of your beautiful daughter (who looks just like her mom) and you at the cheese stand in N.P. Your feta cheese is amazing! CCCerberus left both mine and my mom's here, and I don't know if I can save it for her. I'll come down and visit on a Sunday to re-stock, now that I know you are there. Signed... the Good Sister :)
from cccerberus :
there's a health food store in northvale on 303 in the shoprite plaza. is that the one you know of? if there's another, do tell. that one isn't cheap! we catch up alot via our journals- it was fun to see you on the outside. i'll send you guestbook info sometime soon- whenever you can get to it is great!
from ozarklily :
Thank you for your kind words. I'm sorry to hear about your mother. Perhaps those who don't "suffer" so were overlooked by me since they aren't the "obvious" ones. The people I've known w/ it were very much stricken (all in chairs and unable to feed themselves or really do much except work the automatic chairs). Anyway, I did a ritual with lots of singing tonight for Healing Circle and I'm getting my focus back on helping her than worrying about it. One's rather unhelpful and the other is helpful. I'd rather be the latter! Thanks again and good luck at market!
from hissandtell :
Hmmm. For the past week, I've been getting lots of French language referrers on my stats page too. I'd never had any before, and I have a search engine block on my diary which means I never usually get any random nuisance hits, either...so what on earth is going on here? Oh, and I loved your photographs - thank you for sharing them. Love, R xxx
from ilmomof3 :
Beautiful! I love the maypole shot. :-)
from ozarklily :
So did you see David Byrne on David Letterman a couple nights ago? I was having majoy TH playback in my head the day before and now I'm still boppin' along! "Lifetime Piling Up" was in my head before and now it's sort of a Greatest Hits. Must dig out CD's. Oh, yesterday I was singing Psycho Killer. : )
from ilmomof3 :
Thanks so much for your comments in my diary today. It was a good reminder that, hello, I COULD do something about some of this. We had a release ritual right after Jasmine's death, but we haven't done anything since. Maybe it's time. Peace to you.
from anonadada72 :
Hello! I can't remember how I came upon your diary, but I've had you bookmarked for some time and I've enjoyed reading what you have to write. I've updated my favorites list, and you're on it now. Just thought I'd introduce myself and let you know that I'm one of your regular readers. ~Jess Esq.
from hissandtell :
Hello - it's past time I introduced myself, I'm sure. I found you through mom-on-roof and enjoy your diary very much, and look forward to your updates. Love, R xxx
from cdghost :
came across your diary and enjoyed reading your words very much, take care--thecdghost
from summer-gale :
Happy St. Pat's to you! Drink some green beer and you won't be so cranky :)
from catpewk :
One the Odysseans use in ritual is: 'Air I am, Fire I am, Water, Earth and Spirit I am.'
from cccerberus :
Hey- what's with the formatting? Words & paragraphs are overlapping, can't make out 1/2 of your entry. You cut your very long hair to donate to make a sick child a wig- that's great! You have such healthy, fast-growing hair. XX, ccc
from cccerberus :
ok, there's my list- imperfectly there!
from cccerberus :
hey, thanks for your words of support. i dont know how to make words in diaryland boldtype, if it's easy, let me know
from catpewk :
I'm glad they did this. I don't see the point in fighting a war on terror if the terrorists have already caused our government to shred the very constitution they're supposed to defend...
from catpewk :
I am amazed you have stayed in this relationship for so long. It cannot be helping your health or A's. I hope you find the strength to leave him soon...
from summer-gale :
Your last few posts have had a very different feel to them. Is it the holidays or are you really going to cut him loose? Truthfully, it does sound like you've crossed a line that has no way back. (((hugs to you))) I wish you and yours love.
from summer-gale :
GRATS, GRATS, GRATS on the new computer! YAAAY! Now if we could only fix Guestbook. darn thing is always broken.
from summer-gale :
I can't wait for your new computer too! The one you have turns something good into something that's more like torture.
from thundersnow :
Do you have a chunk of lepidolite? Try falling asleep, holding it in your left hand while chanting your belief in the positive aspects of HOPE and HONESTY. I also sense that you might be waking up at 4:00a.m."to receive a message." A small carnelian under your pillow may leave you more receptive to blink! opening your eyes at 4:00 a.m. to a KNOWING that is speaking to you. Amazing what receiving a KNOWING can do for a sleep cycle, yes? ;o)
from thundersnow :
DO keep in mind, as you work your way through your sad situation, that YOU also have followed the pattern of marrying someone who resembles your father/mother. So what do YOU want to do with that revelation other than resort to ineffective blame and anger? I wish you thoughts of proactive energy to empower your OWN choices and actions in this situation; you can create your own freedom, you know. Believe in your deservability and get on with it, then!

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