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from dangerspouse :
I can't believe someone here watches "Depression Cooking with Clara" too! I find her and her food both to be very interesting. And...I'm glad you're finally finding some inner peace. I do hope it lasts.
from cocoabean :
Congrats! Living your life for you is the bomb!
from cocoabean :
Hooray!
from narcissa :
11-5: I loved this entry - Pie and Moving and Abject Fear. Apple pie is so homey, and then at this same time, this huge shift is coming in what is "home" - exciting and necessary, but also terrifying. With all this going on, taking the time to make yourself a pie you've been craving is such a nice thing to do for yourself.
from cocoabean :
So now you know for sure, she is not one to rely on...
from dangerspouse :
4/7...hey, been thinking about you. How's things? Any news on your lung treatment? All the best....
from dangerspouse :
I'm glad to read you don't have any tattoos. Not because of the "fluctuating shape" thing, but because of something a girl told me a while back when I asked her if she had one: "You don't put a bumper sticker on a Ferrari." Seriously, your body is perfect. Don't intentionally mar it. :)
from cocoabean :
Yes, some things you have to let out to prevent an explosion!
from cocoabean :
And I love you too..... have a good holiday season!
from dangerspouse :
Hey, it's November 2 - how much longer do I have to way to find out what "No more Hippo Farts" means?? Get back here! (My MIL lives in Norfork, AR - just outside of Mountain Home. Stop in and say 'Hi!' if you're in that part of the Ozarks. Just don't tell her you know me or she'll throw you out a window.)
from cocoabean :
You do have more than one reader.... and so does your sister, if she would ever post an entry!
from cocoabean :
That's exactly how I feel. In no hurry, just waiting to see what (or who) comes, not chasing it.
from dangerspouse :
Lawyers? Pigs?? C'mon....
from dangerspouse :
Lol. We all - ALL - have at least one of those "written under duress" embarrassing entries buried somewhere in our archives. Own it, babe! And good luck at the doctor's. Hang in there :)
from dangerspouse :
I hope whatever malady you're hinting at, it's nothing along the lines of what I'm imagining. My thoughts are with you, hoping for a good outcome.
from cocoabean :
You really are not obligated to DO anything for them.. like throw parties or whatever. A phone call I could do... just to say hi, we are all thinking of our missing one, I am fine and will call you later but that would be it. Don't let them guilt you into anything!
from dangerspouse :
It's so sad that you feel obliged like this. But...why ARE you obliged? They're not technically your in-laws any more, right? I hope that doesn't sound too cold but...but...I mean, it's tearing you apart. At what cost, loyalty to a memory?
from cocoabean :
Glad to read your last post.. I think our loved ones are able to contact us if we need it..
from fragilegirl8 :
I wouldn't worry about your son being a "pot head" especially at 20 years old. I was one at that age and most of my friends. He will probably grow out of it at some point.
from fragilegirl8 :
Sorry for your loss.
from cocoabean :
I'm so sorry for your loss...
from dangerspouse :
Sept. 29, 2015....just 1 year, 9 months til the next post! Woot!!
from cocoabean :
Glad to see you post again! I actually came to your diary two days ago to see if you'd posted. Must be esp, huh?
from cocoabean :
we missed you, too!
from cocoabean :
so get a new diary... put it on wordpress or something!
from cocoabean :
hmmm its tequila for me....
from myramains :
I don't know Charming, but it's far-reaching. Are they not seeing every show, reading every story? Maybe it's my age, and the fact that I'm divorced and don't date a lot. Perhaps they think that's all I can think of in my lonely, hot, no-man state of being. Can they not figure out that I'm waiting for the one who shows me his heart BEFORE he starts trying to wave everything else? And thanks, Teets. :) You know the deal.
from so-charming :
Amazing rant... how do guys not GET this already? Somebody should print this in a men's magazine. Preach on, sister!
from wilberteets :
Very good rant, mon frer. hehehe
from cocoabean :
eh it happens to every parent, sooner or later. Even after my kids knew the truth, we still put presents under the tree from "Santa".
from lobo21 :
Hi there. Stumbled across your page and I understand your agony. I haven't yet told my little girl but I've endured the hard questioning and have nearly buckled many a time. My oldest knows, but she won't admit it so that's good. Hang on to the Spirit of Christmas living in their hearts. That "Swear to Jesus" is a tough one. No way out there. I don't know what traditions you have around christmas but I'm sure they won't have to change. My parents kept putting Santa on gifts even after we knew. It will turn out alright, and I feel for you. Take care.
from starkitten01 :
Your entry from 3/25; Don't feel bad! I've been there myself about a million and a half times, and I'm sure there will be many more. I also don't believe in the whole "spend a small fortune on a one-day thing" (which is why my ex 'best friend'-"Bridezilla"- and I are no longer friends) and I feel like I've definitely found a lot of "bits and pieces" in relationships, but never the whole. My one marriage sucked. It didn't just suck, it swallowed whole. I was entirely too young and entirely too naive. But I loved him, and it was *strong*. It was the most intense thing I'd ever in life felt for a guy- but he wasn't right for me and it all fell apart. I've been so cynical and stand-offish ever since. Fairy tale endings make me so hostile, but at times they make me cry, too, because I also feel like I missed it (and I blame myself). I can relate to that entry, and you shouldn't feel badly about any of that- you're not alone by a long shot <3
from soapboxdiner :
Aww. Well, you aren't alone at all. For years I couldn't watch love stories either. They always got my stock, "Oh, puke." But it was just a girl-macho cover because I really, really wanted the love story for myself. But for me there was a lot of healing to do while I was "Oh, puking" and going to bed at night crying. And when the healing was sufficiently done, things just fell into place and happened. And good for you for knowing the difference and not accepting less than you need to make you happy in a relationship. That takes a lot of strength, and will be such a blessing when you find the right fit for you. You're beautiful. It's gonna happen when the time is right.
from bornearly :
I have been reading you for some time and have never commented. But I really want to tell you how your entry today hit home with me. You are not alone in wondering where the happy ending went. I'm still adjusting to the startling realization that love ain't like in the movies. It's opening up for me a little now; I think I can craft a life that is interesting and sometimes passionate, on my terms, without being stuck in the old (fruitless) notion that love and romance should occur a certain way with a certain outcome. I hope you can, too. Meanwhile I think it's okay to cry over our books and movies. (My two are Sliding Doors and Truly, Madly, Deeply.) Jaded is not the end of the road. I'm fairly certain of that. Good luck to you.
from starkitten01 :
I absolutely love your journal. Love it!
from so-charming :
Jaysus. You are a freak magnet, aren't you? You know, maybe Tejas Assclown's wife has been filling his head full of shit about you wanting him... she could be pathologically jealous and obsessed with you. Sweet dreams!
from soapboxdiner :
Good for you! It makes me so happy to see a strong woman stand up for her kids and for herself. I know it's not easy to deal with that kind of cutesy wootsie, "I'm just a guy with guy-like vices. Be my enabler. Look at me, I'm being cutesie wootsie. Doesn't it just make you wanna wag your finger at me with a semi-exasperated, indulgent grin?" NO, IT DOES NOT. Anyways ... Good for you.
from myramains :
Skinnianna, I CAN be a hateful shrew, it's certain...but nowhere in that diatribe did I call the old bird "fat". I was focusing on the loose skin, see. Further, I only said it because the old hag had been a first-class you-know-what to *me* earlier in the evening...so even if I'd called her a gobby-fat, gelatinous moose, she'd have deserved it. Did you read the entire entry? In any case, my apologies if you were in some way offended. I certainly wouldn't want to add to someone's miseries, were they suffering an eating disorder, as you are. Not sure how loose arm skin has to do with that, but my apologires all the same. ~Myra
from dinahsoar :
Your diary SO SO rocks! I am one of those passers-by not worth the $60. I would actually consider contributing to the fee if you could insure I would see more of the likes of "Tiger"! You are witty, warm, poignant, insane (and I'm a mental health professional) and SO refreshing! I don't wanna be a passer-by! I wanna buy stock, squat or whatever it takes! I recalcitrant, hookey-playin' Diaryland member! Haven't composed an entry since Hector was a pup! But reading your diary is inspiring! I think I just might start writing again! Your new best friend, Dinahsoar
from dinahsoar :
Your diary SO SO rocks! I am one of those passers-by not worth the $60. I would actually consider contributing to the fee if you could insure I would see more of the likes of "Tiger"! You are witty, warm, poignant, insane (and I'm a mental health professional) and SO refreshing! I don't wanna be a passer-by! I wanna buy stock, squat or whatever it takes! I recalcitrant, hookey-playin' Diaryland member! Haven't composed an entry since Hector was a pup! But reading your diary is inspiring! I think I just might start writing again! Your new best friend, Dinahsoar
from skinnianna :
As we approached, my eye fell on her upper arm and the way the tightness of her gown caused her aging skin to squeeze out from under like an icky sort of flesh-toned jelly. Oooh, it WAS ugly. It was the kind of ugly that, were she thinking, would have made her put that dress away and go for somehting else. Apparently, this old bird thinks she is as fashionable as she is important. As we passed the obnoxious graybox, and as I was just even with her leathery ear, I put down the truth fo shizzle, nizzle, plently loud and plenty bold: "This party would have been perfect if not for all the loose, sagging flesh...dontcha think? Nothing ruins a good party like fluid, running, loose skin on people who don't know how to dress their mess." dear myramains; i would rather starve to death than have ppl say such things about me. perhaps you'll think twice before being so cruel? comments, thoughts like these have been part of what drives certain ppl to pick this particular self-punishement of starvation over another... but none of that matters, b/c if i wasnt very sick, i wouldnt be able to starve myself to death anyway. i may be proud of the days i manage to eat very little, but i am as helpless over them as i am the days where i eat 'too much' food. food for thought. ~skinnianna
from myramains :
Well, thank you Dinah! I appreciate the kind words...and apologize for the sore neck! lol...I'll try to avoid that in the future. heee
from dinahsoar :
Found you this morning through your sister (who I found through Toastcrumbs ... who wasn't lost). You are very entertaining! Loved your sunset pictures (although now I have a stiff neck)!
from twistbiscuit :
Hello hello. I too hate it when people place their pelvic region mere inches from my shoulder. And I once had a great love for very tall shoesaleman from Kansas City, which is nowhere near where you are but definitly closer than to where I am. And I thoroughly enjoyed reading your journal. So thank you for the note and pointing me in your general direction. Cheers!
from artgnome :
hah hah, no shame...I know we are talking about the same thing. MEN. The object of my desire is finishing up teaching summer session and has been a bear! Haven't seen him in weeks. Miss him terribly and am always thinking shameful things about him. ;)
from artgnome :
You are normal, my dear. Being in my mid-forties, and already experiencing perimenopausal symptoms, I find myself unbearingly randy and full of perverted thoughts at the most random and inappropriate times. Without a sexual partner in my life, this is utter HELL. I just want you to know that you are not alone in the torture. xo
from bluelucy :
Yeesh! I'm sorry about your freaky experience. I'm definitely not the sort of person who would do that. How annoying that such a creep uses a screen-name so similar to mine. At any rate, you are certainly groovy. I'm not sure, who is that in the picture at you profile? I'm a huge sideshow performer fan. Johnny Eck is something of an idle of mine, actually. I'm guessing you've seen "Tod Browning's Freaks"?
from myramains :
Aaaaaaaaackkkkkkk you're going to hell! But you're SO handsome, perhaps they'll spare you the section where the heat is so intense that your skin falls off. Even hell needs eye candy. :) You made my day!
from semistardom :
you're hot. LOL! Be my comedic love goddess, I may have too many teeth, and a full head of hair, but Lo Unto The Valley "I SHALL CHANGE." Besides, remember, hay-zeus was hung like that, and not like this! LMAO.
from ricklets :
thank you Myra for the comment in Teets diary :) Don't worry, the goods are staying mine for a long good while, and Im already beating those fucktards up who wants the goods.
from myramains :
Just look at that. Right there, below. A message from PORK. Oh, how I love that man. I'm really not kidding. I'm afraid of flying, and prefer whiskey to beer...but aside of that, we were born to be together. Now go tell him so he can realize that I am, to quote George McFly, his density. Run tell.
from porktornado :
Come on...we heads in jars can't have too many stalkers of the friendly kind. Thanks for the note. -=PT=-
from dalyrical1 :
myra...you are an angel...thank you!!! you're comment...though long...was beautiful. you need to come back....real soon. i miss you.
from wilberteets :
Hey girrrrr, Your comments are turned off. The link is there on your page, but it won't work till we get your membership paid for. Just thought I'd let you know that's why the comments are empty. Luh, Freeky
from myramains :
Hiya, gerg. I've heard only nice things about you from The Teet, and now here you are with a friendly note, proving her right about what a swell guy you must be. That you are a (s)notta fingah fan adds to your amenities. When Teets and I unleash our fearsome power and take over the world, we'll spare your village. I hope the reading you do here lives up to your...expecTEETion. :)
from gerg69 :
Hey, I found you through a link from your sister. I'm linking you mostly from the fact that humor MUST run in the family, and that you put notta fingah on your profile. I kinda always heard snotta fingah myself.
from myownjourney :
Hey Myra, Thanks for the words. You know, I have never been divorced, (not that I wouldn't had I ever gotten married). For me it was a long road to get to the point where I realized how unsatisfying my life was without consulting God. I seriously believe God has a plan for each of us. And I don't think having a sense of entiltlement after going through what you went through is a bad thing. For me though, the everyday struggles and issues that come up now are so less daunting than they used to be. When you put it into the perspective that God is control, life just looks different. And just so you know, I've been to a couple of those singles things you were talking about and it is beyond a doubt a horrific experience. Never again. :) I don't exactly fit the mold either of an "upstanding church person". I don't think such a thing exists. Everyone from The Pope to Billy Graham to the local preacher are as sinful as any of us. Some church goers just like to put on the pretense of better than thou attitude. Just remember Christ see's us all the same. No matter the ugliest most disgusting times in our lives to the best moments. He loves us the way people love their children but so far beyond that, its hard to grasp sometimes. Sorry, I know I'm the last person in the world to give advice to someone. I just have this tendancy to rattle on. Anyway, I truly hope the best for you and have no doubt that you'll find your way through all the turmoil and confusing times. There's my 2 in a half cents for what it's worth. (most people think not much :) I didn't think you would want a huge book in your guestpages and I saw where you didn't have a notes link up except in your profile so I thought I'd drop it down here. Hope you don't mind. Feel free to delete. :) I know...I'm a dork. - Take care Rick
from wilberteets :
I put in the comments link to my diary now. I just left it out because I thought I was going to immediately change the whole template.
from sugar-slit :
I found you through ladechat's diary and...I LIKE YOU A LAWT. I couldn't stop reading your diary. Wish I could hear your radio show!
from omorfia :
i found you through your sister .. whom i found through the hilarious biscuit whore banner. you two must be a freakin' crackup at family do's :)
from his-holiness :
I think I've mentioned this to your sister, but I also love Eddie Izzard. Saw him in San Francisco a couple of months ago. Have you ever seen a show from Aardman (the people who did Wallace and Gromit and Chicken Run) called Rex the Runt? There's an episode where Eddie guests as an entire alien race. Pretty funny stuff-D
from iluvtunes :
Hey, I haven't read teets diary in months and only today discovered that you finally got a diary of your own. I just finished all of your entries a few minutes ago. My, but you have been a busy girl, haven't you?! ( By the way, I didn't know if it was gonna be you or teets, but I totally saw that shit with "Opera Man" coming MONTHS ago, back when I was talking with you girls before. You guys were all so chummy, I figured that something like this was inevitable, sooner or later! Anyways, boring subject....what I really wanted to ask was: How did you lose all of that weight? Just curious. XO.....Christina
from shaded-lily :
Hey, anybody who can come up with that many different synonyms for fellatio deserves to be in my favorites forever!
from stupidlogs :
Hihi. I was very pleased to find that you enjoyed my logs. =) They've not been updated lately, due to my computer exploding (er... just shutting down, perhaps), but your note has driven me to try harder at updating more regularly. Take care and peace out, //Rayne
from living-lulu :
Donít be bitchin' missy about no one leaving you notes.. I donít see any notes from your ass on my site. : P
from wilberteets :
Phew.... smells like doom around here.
from myramains :
Hey! You people stop fighting over who's next to leave me a mesage, now. There's plenty of time and space for all of you. I bought a SuperGold membership to leave myself notes. How crushingly, ridiculously sad. Time for solo drinking, which as you know, is a horrible sign that a person is doomed. Yes, I said doomed. That's right. Smell the doom. :)
from nimrod86 :
aw i was going to tell you how to link but someone beat me to it. hello i read your sister's diary, and you seem cool as well... i will be checking back yes yes. okee dokee i'll just be off then ta ta.
from indrid-cold :
Consider your face safe....for now. *rows of sharp teeth shining in an evil smile...*
from myramains :
Thaaaaaaaaaank you! I appreciate that infomation very VERY much. Please don't eat my face.
from indrid-cold :
Do you know how to link yet? If you wanted to link, say, me, in your entry-diaryland does it for you automatically in profiles, etc-you'd write <a href="http://indrid-cold.diaryland.com">indrid-cold</a> ....all that would show up would be "indric-cold" with a line under it or a different color, depending on how you've tweaked your html. I like to show folk how to link because it's a blast once you get the hang of it-the purpose of indrid is usually to link the sick, strange, and, uh, stranger. Just don't forget any of it-the quotes, the brackets, and that "endtag" -</a> if you don't put that mug in the whole bloomin' thing becomes a link. Ta-tah.
from myramains :
That he does. His browneye is classically trained.
from wilberteets :
A note for you. Your kid is a mawnkey. Both of them are, but the boy one is about to get a severe beatin'. He farts at will.

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