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from miame :
Amen. I just signed in here to write a similar entry....thinking of you!
from barefootruby :
I'm not sure families (or life) ever turn out like we dream. There are too many variables; too many things out of our control. But it doesn't mean we've failed. OK, so you didn't get everything you hoped for - but I'm pretty sure you must have got some good things you'd never foreseen. I'm a great believer that everything's done for a purpose - but sometimes we don't realise that purpose until much, much later. Hang in there e- it will all sort itself out eventually.
from musikoid :
I just happened to read your entry, when I recognized your name. I'm in kind of the same space in life. Things are not what I had anticipated at this time in my life. I sort of created a happiness, but it was incomplete. Then I destroyed it. I may have learned something, but I also see that it will be a real challenge to recreate it. It can be very daunting, as well as depressing. Then, the depression keeps me from acting. That's when I feel like going to sleep, hoping things will somehow be better upon waking up, since I'm not getting anything done now anyway. That said, sometimes a body does need rest. Hope things look up for you soon.
from fan4 :
Congrats on becoming a pastry chef!
from fan4 :
I liked the photos you shared on Feb. 16, 2010.
from bindyree :
Req, love and congratulations to you both! xoxoxox Happy 20th!!
from fan4 :
My favorite pasta and one of my favorite deserts=yummy! lol
from talktogod :
A very Merry Christmas wish for you, Requiel. In spite of the broken wrist and all. God bless!
from fan4 :
Merry Christmas!
from minstrelite :
Hi there - I wonder if you might read http://minstrelite.diaryland.com/081224_20.html because you and I were talking at around that time, and I think you'll recognize the event in my world that has come back around, after almost two years, and in a very positive way. Honestly, I think you'll be blessed by it. If you don't have my username and password, let me know.
from fan4 :
Thanks for adding my diary to your favorites. :)
from barefootruby :
When the Mormon church sent missionaries from Salt Lake City cowards California, they created a settlement every 50 miles, as that's where they needed a relay point for the telegraph. Las Vegas was one of those 50-mile point. It was on a UK TV Programme "Stephen Fry in America" which may not get aired in the US. He found useless bits of information about all the states - including that Delaware was the first state of the union. Funny, but I'd have thought that to have a union you would need at least two states.
from anthronut :
That looks super yummy. Good job. I don't have the patience to make things in such huge quantities.
from anthronut :
I see where your children get their looks!!!! YOU ARE GORGEOUS :). I want to be a hot Mama! Anyway. Glad you had a fun weekend. Also glad to hear potty training is going a bit better! :)
from anthronut :
WHAT A CUTE PICTURE! :) Good luck with the potty training. I'm potty training a puppy, but I can't tell her I'm angry with her and have her understand. At least with kids you can kind of reason with them...kind of...I'm sorry.
from anthronut :
It really does suck that people are like that on Jet Skies...the first time I went water skiing I had that problem. It's the most terrifying thing to come up from under the water only to mere feet away from one of those people who do not see you. Sorry you didn't have a good weekend! Food is hard to say no to when it's around.
from wombaby :
About 6 weeks ago lol! It's nearly/graduate now, but since I actually have graduated, I'll be changing it again as soon as I think of something better (oh, that'll be another year then!)
from fan4 :
I like recieving comments too.
from starkitten01 :
Yay! I'm glad this one is easier for you. I decided I really wanted something totally different and I was looking for a certain table set up, so I ended up choosing that one :-) I'm pretty happy with it, there aren't as many design sites for DL(at least that I could find!) as I *thought* there would be! But I love what I found :-)
from anthronut :
Would this be the world of a married woman or simply just the world of women...? :) I hope you're well.
from starkitten01 :
I can relate to how your sisters behavior makes you feel.. And you have no idea how sorry I am to hear what she puts you through. Being surrounded by substance-abusing manipulators most of my life, both in my own family, and now in my boyfriends family (who are the freeloaders currently living with us uninvited), I could only read your entry and nod my head because I have experienced all of the same things on my end. And it kills me to watch anyone else being taken for granted in the same way that I and my boyfriend often are.. I wish I could solve these problems for everyone-- but since I can't, I will offer *BIG HUGS* anyway <3 Hang in there Requiel.. Love, Starkitten01!
from anthronut :
I was SHOCKED when I read your first sentence. You don't ever say such things! Crazy! Anyway...I would distance yourself from that...life is hard enough (and draining enough at times) without additional help.
from starkitten01 :
I followed your link from Chaos' diary, and had to tell you I'm already a fan : )
from anthronut :
Thank you for that :). It's nice to hear it from someone who loves the husband and is proud to say so. I feel like I can trust you. Hope you had a nice Mother's Day.
from miame :
Thank you! We are pretty excited. I also wanted to say: Any mom who takes any care in raising her children is a super woman!! Being a *good* parent is the hardest job in the world...shooting them out is the easy part!
from barefootruby :
My Itunes has just come up with "Little Boxes" by Pete Seeger. Reminds me of your "student of the month" post.
from anthronut :
HAPPY MOTHER'S DAY!!!!!!!!!!!! :)
from barefootruby :
not heard from you for a while - jsut checking everything's OK.
from anthronut :
I hope your parade went well! :)
from anthronut :
How fun! Gateway would be really neat for that sort of thing. I hope it all goes really well for you!!!
from anthronut :
Thank you :). And when is St. Patrick's Day? I don't follow this sort of thing. Though for the sake of avoiding being pinched, this seems like it's useful information. And I'm sorry about your toe! Thank goodness for super glue. We use super glue to fix the pads of my dogs feet and it works wonders. Who knew?
from miame :
Hey there...I tried your email on your diary but it was kicked back to me. Can you send me your email OR just email me at turkey_lynn@yahoo.com Have a wonderful day!!
from barefootruby :
I've just found your email address and sent you my password
from barefootruby :
I would if I could remember your email address. Could you send it to me on barefootruby@hotmail.co.uk
from anthronut :
I won't lie. I wanted to cry through parts of it...and when I got home, I bawled like a baby. It was worth it though. :)
from anthronut :
LOL. Love it. :)
from anthronut :
Haha, a cat probably would eat him! Also, hope Jackson gets his grade in health up...you're a tough woman threatening Christmas! :)
from anthronut :
It's those damned Baptists! Not that I should be pinning it on any particular religion, but there are some mean people...It always makes me really angry to see them out there yelling at wedding parties on the temple grounds. SO disrespectful...and talk about NO life. Shouldn't they be more focused on THEIR relationship with God? I'm sorry about rude people. I'm also sorry that sometimes I make the mistake of making sweeping generalizations about the Mormons (not that I think you're going to hell!) rather than individual people.
from smedindy :
Thanks for the comments, and sorry about some of the strident comments. I didn't want to open up a can o' worms, but I guess I did. I am open minded and seeking, but I see some are not.
from anthronut :
Oh my gosh. That's so awesome. Thank God for google!!! :) Glad your carpet is ok. We finally had to get rid of our creme burber carpet because it was just too hard to keep it looking nice :P. 2 kids + 3 dogs just doesn't work.
from miame :
Oh, Friend, did I have pineapple? Oh yes I had pineapple! It was wonderful!! That place is awesome!!
from anthronut :
Who is this photographer ( I need one for the wedding...). And Oh my goodness. You guys are SO cute!!! You look like a hand picked, put together family :). Love it.
from anthronut :
How awful. I'm very sorry. Maybe you would feel better if you went to speak with a therapist. Not that you're crazy or anything of the sort, but when I was having really vivid separation dreams, it was something I was able to work through because I was able to attribute it to my really bad anxiety and the therapist helped me to deal with that better, and the dreams stopped.
from anthronut :
I swear it has to be something to do with enamel on the teeth. No matter how much I brush, I still get cavities. And my mom was constantly harassing me to brush, floss, rinse with mouth wash. It did no good. Bad teeth sometimes just happen. Also, it seems very unlikely she wouldn't wake up. Otherwise, I think you'd hear about it WAY more in the news. Because that's scary. :) Don't feel guilty and don't stress too much about her being put out. Not that you need to hear this from me...:P
from anthronut :
What a nice mom :)
from anthronut :
I love them too! I haven't quite finished the third one, but I've heard that there might be a fourth, and I can't decide if I want to finish and then have to WAIT for the 4th one...but darn it! I want to know what happens!
from anthronut :
HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!!!!!!! Did you do anything exciting? I've heard birthday's become less exciting the older you get, but I don't believe it. You better have done something fun. Anyway, that's funny about your cake. Thinking about it, I don't think I'd freak out, but I guess I won't know unless it happens. But damn cakes are pricey. I kind of want to just bake me own...and cover it with rainbow sprinkles.
from anthronut :
I believe it! But Walter's family expects it...and Walter actually wants to have his groomsmen, so I'd look silly up there all alone. And We've decided on no receiving line. The reception will be pretty informal. Thanks for the advice. It's always nice to hear from people who've been married (my parents got married in court house with 5 people present, themselves and the judge included...)
from miame :
Hehe. I'm holding off on the nose for now...I lived through 6 tattoos (one on each ankle, one on each big toe, one by my heel and my eyeliner) so I was pretty suprised when I backed down out of the nose ring. It just didn't see right. I think I'll be happy too that the nose train passed me by!
from miame :
lol.....so if we ever happen to be walking together you should stay on my left....that way we won't have the gravitational pull to the center...we would continually run into one another with our left/rightness! :P Thanks for the smile!!
from miame :
Oh yeah!!! I forgot you were LDS and in SLC....I hope that I didn't offend you....but when we travel down there on Sunday things are way less busy than on Saturday....the same goes for here as well. Did you know that there are more LDS folks here in my town per capita than in SLC?! I think that's why I tend to make that connection. ;) Have a great weekend...if we make it down on Saturday maybe I'll see you out and about....if not, enjoy church while I'm at SAMS teehee.
from minstrelite :
Thanks so much for the note--it really picked my spirits up. I woke up annoyed after not getting the room in the Glen Park district, so totally ideal. Also, because of me debit card debacle (note the alliteration) I can't withdraw cash without going to a town 15 miles south where the nearest branch of my obscure bank is. So I don't have enough money to go tooling around San Francisco looking for a room. But when I got your note, I was lifted up--so thanks again so much. I'm glad you're reading, and of course we are friends!
from minstrelite :
http://minstrelite.diaryland -- I'm back, and all the entries with me. I felt, as of 4/28/07 (tonight) that I had to write. And I hope you will read it. Thanks, Kirsten.
from anthronut :
Thank you :) I actually found a group out of Salt Lake that does things for African Villages. What is this fat-detox you're speaking of? Is it a book? I must know more. I think a large part of feeling icky is having unhealthy stuff in my body.
from anthronut :
I love the dog whisperer!!! He's so awesome. At the kennel we've been watching episodes so that we can better handle the dogs. :) Cute videos by the way. You have quite the little dancer.
from cunegonde :
Hey- this is formally "iamhubpluh". I have a new site and such... long story. I'm glad to see that your still writting... and that you still have that sexy as all hell pic of Oldman at the bottom of your page... salute!
from sallydallydo :
Hi and THANKS for adding me! Great photos too, and congrats on the imminent arrival...may it all go smoothly and you have the world's easiest labor!
from bindyree :
Awwwww you and the younguns and the hubby is so pretty! Thanks for sharing those images with us!!! xoxoxoxo
from onewetleg :
still here with you. thinking of you and wishing you well. love you, jj
from bindyree :
You know, thanks to stuff like Splenda, I don't miss sugar as much as I thought I would; it's the other things that contain sugars that I miss. I miss corn, and carrots, and peas, and pasta; your sweet tooth can be managed with splenda based products, I hope -- but the rest of it is the battle! Hang in there! And pat your tummy and give the baby a snuzzle for me, please. :)
from irisheyes70 :
Hang in there! Your blood sugar intolerance peaks at a certain point and then closer to the end I found I could have a couple Oreo's and it wouldn't affect a thing. :) *HUGS* I'm so sorry. I know how it stinks...
from irisheyes70 :
I hope you're not gestional too! I was this time, and it's been manageable, but I cut out sugar months before I was tested and I've about had it at this point! I want chocolate! LOL My sister in law is pregnant with kidney stones. She has a stint in and I guess she's in a lot of pain from it. I don't envy you at all!
from bettyalready :
YEA! YEA FOR YOU! I'm Impressed!
from justamephit :
I'm not being mean or mocking or anything so please don't take it that way ... it's just one of the things I absolutely adore reading diaries. When I read your last entry I was all "oh wow, that's really deep and beautiful and profound" and this one starts with "wahey carpet in the basement." :) I don't mean that in a negative way - all diaries do this - I just think it says something, I don't know, wonderful about the nature of life! Please dont' take any offence at this comment, it's just an observation that amused me and touched me the way things do sometimes.
from cubjam11 :
Wish I'd been there at the Erasure concert with you! The last time I saw them live, I still had hair. ;-) xoxox -- Jamie
from justamephit :
Hugs and condolences ... and I think you're very very brave re helping with the body. It make something quite dark seem very beautiful when you wrote about it.
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub. it was nice to read that - during this awful time - you were able to do something for your grandmother that felt 'good'. its a wonderful thing indeed to be able to show the ones we care about just how much they meant to us. am thinking of you ***HUGGLES*** =^..^=
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub :) i remember reading your entry about the Medium episode that was full on and gory and ... well, horrific. have seen subsequent online diaries that have echoed your sentiments. must admit, am unsure if i want to see it :( ***HUGGLES*** =^..^=
from cubjam11 :
How awesome is that???? :-) I saw Erasure before, and they just cannot be beat! I love love LOVE my boys! xoxox Love, Jamie
from irisheyes70 :
I'm so sorry about your Grandmother. What a nice entry about her.
from irisheyes70 :
I craved milk and cheese when I was pregnant with Maggie. The girl is built. She definitely has strong bones and nice white teeth. :) Think strong bones when you have to chug the Mylanta... Poor thing.
from bettyalready :
It affects everyone that way, but I seem to have nightmares everytime I watch stuff. I'm so lightweight
from bettyalready :
And where the hell did you go? I still can't believe they showed that on TV. I write letters. That's why I can't watch stuff like that because it really affects me adversly.
from irisheyes70 :
Holy cats! That's insane to show on network TV! Gah...*shudder* I'm glad you like the Kelley Armstrong books! I like the witch books as much if not more than the werewolf ones. :)
from catz-eyes :
hi cherub :) your remark: "Do therapist give gift certificates?" made me burst out laughing - and yet, what a wonderful idea! what could convey the message of "I love you... but ..." more than a certificate to a shrink? ;) thanks for the smile and chuckles cherub xo's =^..^=
from justamephit :
Totally with you about Anita Blake. I really enjoyed the early books, sure they were light, they were occasionally kind of trashy, but they were just damn good reading. And they sort of peaked for me in terms of balance between excitement and erotica somewhere about Blue Moon and it's been downhill ever since, ye gods has it been down hill. Incubus Dreams just, urk! I'm sorry but the old Anita would NEVER do a bunch of werewhatevers in animal form, no way, no how. She's just not interesting anymore know everybody in the whole damn wants to sleep with her ... or maybe I'm just jealous :) I quite liked the first Meredith Gentry book ... but the last one was, well, there was no excuse for that.
from irisheyes70 :
I hear you about LKH. I have a theory about why her books changed. Have I told you that before? I miss the old Anita. A lot. I'll have to try the Witch books you mentioned! I discovered Kelly Armstrong and love her. She wrote two werewolf books (were's aren't my bag, but I loved her writing style and I'm glad I hung in!) and two witch books that are all tied together by the same group of characters. You can read them apart, and it's no biggie. Plus, her website is wonderful! http://www.kelleyarmstrong.com/ LKH's makes my eyes hurt. LOL Have you read Charlaine Harris' Sookie Stackhouse books yet? A light read, but her characters are great. Glad you and the baby are doing great!! Hearing that heartbeat is always something else...
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub :) hehehe glad you liked 'Three v0.3', and yeah, clowns and the streelight thingy are *way* creepifying = O oh, and am wishing you luck with surviving spring break ordeal ;) love & kindness to you, =^..^= xo
from requiel :
Grrrr... So much has happened since St. Pat's day and I can't add an entry! Hopefully soon.
from onewetleg :
sorry to hear about your sil. you are right, everything happens for a reason. the reason is she is young and undernourished. not because of a thought that ran through your head whille you were looking at the facts. you didn't cause it, unfortunate circumstances did. take care of yourself, hun. love, jj
from cubjam11 :
Oh, dear. Sorry to hear about your sis-in-law :-( Hugs 4U! - Jamie
from cubjam11 :
Your answer to question # 10 was quite possibly the nicest thing anyone has ever said to me! Much love and many hugs -- Jamie xoxox
from bindyree :
If there's a person or persons in your life who constantly ask you for things and whom you feel guilty saying 'no' to, here's how you can fix this: When they ask you for something and you do not want to do it, say 'No, but I'm glad you called. Is there any way you can come over and walk my dog while I'm out of town next week?' (or whatever you need done)... then that person will apologize and offer an excuse for why they can't do this for you. In effect, you've 'cancelled your debt' to that person as soon as they decline your request. Try this, and see how empowered you feel. And go ahead and give in to the raging hormones, they're normal. :-) xoxoxoxox
from bettyalready :
oh oh oh, and bluesymphony is newly pregnant as well. She's puking quite a bit.
from bettyalready :
My nephew is also autistic, but 4. At the end of my pregnancy I could not handle him so I had to stop babysitting. Plus my SIL and brother let him crap all over the house & I didn't want to expose myself and kids to the germs and stuff. They did the Son-Rise program training and he's improved by leaps and bounds! I'm amazed and yet it's not a well known program. Kids of all ages benefit from it.
from bettyalready :
Daisy is pretty cute. YEA! Another preggo puff! Ok, so I'm not pregnant anymore and thanks for the note!
from innerscroll :
Every woman I've spoken to about babies who's been pregnant says they knew what the sex was before anyone told them. I had an abortion a year ago and although it was only a couple months when I had the procedure done, I knew it was a boy. It killed me. But I know I would have loved to know had I wanted to keep it. I wish you the best with your child. I would listen as best as I could if I were you. You'll feel better for it. :)
from irisheyes70 :
Oh, man. Uncooked cookie dough sounds really good. Was it chocolate chip? Yummmmmm.
from loner-blues :
Hmmmm, I'm starting to wonder ishould find a different image...or do away with it all together since it's causing so much trouble. Bad, bad Cat. :-) Unintentionally bad, but bad none the less.
from irisheyes70 :
I feel like I weight a thousand pounds too. Can't seem to get up off the couch either, and the usually wonderful sounds of my children playing is like fingernails on a chalkboard. This too shall pass. Right? RIGHT?! :)
from loner-blues :
I loved Winona as "Mina." And she looked just gorgeous in that red dress. My favorite characters in the movie though have to be the three brids of Dracula...maybe because of the whole lesbian vibe. :-) -cat
from cats-corner :
I don't know whether or not you knew that I've moved to a new diary (loner-blues.diaryland.com). In any case, just thought I'd give you a heads up, in case you'd like to keep reading. If not, I appreciate you taking the time to read my old journal. Thank you. :-) I love the photo you chose from BRAM STOKER'S DRACULA for your page btw. -cat
from onewetleg :
whoa! congratulations! i wish you lovely maternity clothes and absolutely no morning sickness. love, jj
from irisheyes70 :
The only place I've found decent maternity clothes is at Old Navy. At least they are somewhat normal. No huge flower patterns or mumu's! :) Hope you feel up to the parade! I LOVE St. Patty's day!
from onewetleg :
happy birthday jackson! whee! thanks for the comment. i know, i know. love,
from supermom3604 :
Through her NOSE into her INTESTINES? How horrible. My uncle has Crohn's disease as well, but I don't know if he's ever had to do anything that icky. Poor girl.
from irisheyes70 :
I'm due July 28th. At least according to my calcuations. I can't get in to see an OB until 2/2. Grrr! I'm about 13 weeks already.
from catz-eyes :
hi cherub :) thanks for the feedback about the 'new look'. am really pleased you like it ***HUGGLES*** hope Life is being kind to you and yours. =^..^= xox
from supermom3604 :
Awww, thank you. That kind of note really makes my day!
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub :) just wanted to say thank you for the note you left. hope that 2005 will bring you oodles of good times, plent of peace and just a smattering of wonderful wackyness, to keep Life interesting ;) love & kindness to you, =^..^= xo
from queenquill :
Hiya hon! Remember me? I finally updated my diary. :)
from onewetleg :
'...sliding down a snow covered death hill to make you feel totally alive and uncoordinated.' that made me choke on my coffee! snow just makes me feel uncoordinated in general.
from oicur12 :
You're adorable! MUAH! -- Jamie
from supermom3604 :
Thanks for the props! That totally made my morning. I'm glad you enjoy it. :-)
from irisheyes70 :
I'm a poplar tree... I was surprised at how accurate it was too! I'm half way through Incubus Dreams and the sex is just over the top! Dude. Give me some plot. Something juicy that isn't an excuse for Anita to get it on with everything and everyone. Sheesh! I still can't put it down though. Gotta find out what happens. So much for my moral high ground. LOL
from irisheyes70 :
Just got Incubus Dreams in the mail yesterday... Honestly? I'm not into it yet. Anita has really changed over the last few books. I think it might have something to do with Laurell's new husband. Maybe he's opened her up in certain ways and it's coming out in her writing. *shrug* The Killing Dance is still my favorite with Cerulean Sins a second. What are your favorites?
from irisheyes70 :
Damn. I hate it when that happens! I feel your shoe pain. Have a happy H'ween!
from cats-corner :
Thank *you*! -cat
from iamhubpluh :
Have I mentioned that that picture you have from 'Dracula' is really hot? I come to your diary, even if I've read it already, just to look at that picture. I don't know WHY Uma ever left that talented gorgeous man! Oy vey! Take care!
from irisheyes70 :
I loved the Scariest Places on Earth! There should be some good specials coming up on the History channel too. The one on the Salem Witch trials was defintely freaky! Thanks for your comments today. I hope you got the ick cleaned off you. :)
from cats-corner :
Aw! Thank you for adding me to your favorites list! Oh and a belated happy birthday! I hope you had a lovely celebration. -cat
from cats-corner :
Thank you so much! I'm so flattered that you decided to take a look at my diary *and* that you liked it. :-) -cat
from supermom3604 :
Yeah, I've been saying that for years. If something smells really bad, I'll say it "smells like open ass." If it's really, really bad, it "smells like wide open ass." I'm such a classy bitch.
from supermom3604 :
I agree, the two candidates we have are really...um...oh I don't know how to put it nicely. I don't want to have to vote for either of them, and I realize there are third-party candidates out there, but it doesn't feel responsible to vote for them...I guess what I'm saying is I wholeheartedly agree with you on this one. (And I love the idea of having to say 10 nice things in restitution. It would be like Girl Scout Camp!)
from catz-eyes :
hi cherub :) thank you so much for the lovely little note you left. you are such a sweet soul... thank you :') and right back at ya'! ***HUGGLES*** love & kindness to you always, =^..^= xox
from iamhubpluh :
To throw away something that I love, is symbolic to purge the sentimental or materialistic and get to the root of who I am and what I really need. I was only teasing Tabs about throwing her away, and she knows it. Our screams were only shaddowed by our laughs. : )
from iamhubpluh :
Happy belated birthday. I had my daughter 6 days before my birthday. I was born on Father's day, and since my birthday is 'non-existent' now (being a mother) all three dates usually get thrown into a big BBQ. I feel your pain, and it's not selfish at all. You should always have a little time for you, even if it's ten minutes. : )
from onewetleg :
happy belated birthday, darling. i hope you all had a good one. love,
from supermom3604 :
Thanks for adding me as a favorite. That is so cool how all your birthdays are together like that! My son was born on my ex-fiance's birthday, but I don't think that's the same thing...
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub. just read your entry 'poor, poor kitty'. very sad stories - about the cat and the man. bu what a fantastic message you've shared with all of us :) thanks sweetpea - 'stop, look and listen before you cross the street' as a motto in/for Life is excellent, sage advice ***HUGGLES*** =^..^=
from onewetleg :
sweaters! sweaters! sweaters! and scarves! and gloves! and hats! i can't wait! *shakes fist at sky* rain! rain! rain!!!!
from oicur12 :
coldooze did a fantabulous job! looks great! thanks for the comment about my tattoo... i'm gonna stick with the bear -- it's more, umm "me". :) xoxox -- Jamie
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub :) oh my! what can say? your note was *so* lovely! have just got home from work and saw it... thank you :') youve made me realise i may need a self-esteem transplant ***HUGGLES*** =^..^= xox ok, cat nap time. take care hun, jay
from onewetleg :
all right, calm down. just email me at onewetleg@sbcglobal.net and tell me specifics like color, and your password. i think i can get to it tonight, ok?
from over25revue :
ach! your review is up, up and away!
from over25revue :
hi. i am in the process of reviewing you. i will apoligise now for it taking soooo long! just a comment on your 2004-06-03 entry. if you want to remain healthy you must use positive words. saying 'i will *not* get sick' your subconscious only hears the negative. therefore, you are saying to your subconscious 'i will get sick.' you need to say to yourself, 'i will remain healthy.' does that make sense? mom told me about it many years ago and i have found it really works. i have been cold free for a long time now. only get one about once every couple of years and i have managed to avoid the flu only contracting it once in my life. i wonder if it works with allergies. hmm. well, you can always pop a sudafed if you need to. love, jj
from catz-eyes :
hiya cherub :) y'know, you're right about this (100% right, in fact): we are kinda alike... oh but I pity you sweetpea! get help - fast! ;) but seriously, was reading your entry about being right, only to discover you're wrong... oh we've all had embarrassing moments like that. and so when it happens to me, i just remember an old quote i stumbled upon once: "the only thing I know for sure is that I know nothing". sadly, i don't know who said it hehehehe ;) but it sounds wise, eh? hope Life is being kind to you and yours sweetpea. ***HUGGLES*** =^..^=

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