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from lilpeanut80 :
Where are you now?
from alure :
hi! i'm hoping to read your diary, could i come in?
from im2evil4u :
Locked? Can I come in?
from poolagirl :
I can relate to the ooh and ahh presents that don't show up. Yuppers. On the flip side...Cancun? How wonderful! YAY!
from chaosdaily :
there have only been two christmases in the past 15 years that i got something that wasnt either pots and pans or glassware. one was a kitchenaid mixer, (that was an ooo and ahhh one since i had asked for it) and the other was a necklace, when i told my husb if he was going to buy me kitchen stuff, then it would be our LAST christmas. i dont feel selfish about it, everyone gets fun things, but i get things for the house. it sucks.
from forty-plus :
Oh, how I have been struggling with the boys growing up! What are we going to do with ourselves? I think your vacation get-away is a wonderful thing! They will all enjoy it and you get to enjoy them (instead of driving them to and fro, party to party). Good for you. I think there should be a "Needisaymore" Christmas in July. That would allow the Hubs to do a really good job choosing presents and everyone could sit around and watch you open present after present and ooo and aaah! Good idea?
from nightdragon :
Oh, you're back! Well, write when you want to write, no pressure. Hope you'll be back more often though.
from impalace :
Welcome back! If you take another break, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family. p.s. I am sorry for the loss of your father in law.
from poolagirl :
YAY! You came back! Please stay! I thought you had left forever :-(
from hissandtell :
You're back! I'm so pleased to read your words, and I do hope you decide to come back again soon. Love, R xxx
from chaosdaily :
thanks for your message, and the update! i was happy to see your note on the top of my page... and im glad things are working for you, with the exception of your FIL.... my condolences on that. take care, and post again *hugs*
from cruel-irony :
It's great to get an update on things. Sorry to hear about your father-in-law's death. However, congrats on all the band accomplishments! I've missed your updates.
from im2evil4u :
yaaaayyyy! Welcome back. I'm glad things are good and I hope you continue to write. HUGS
from chaosdaily :
see, we are all missing you, and wondering where you are. if you come back, please leave me a note, i would love to read more about you. if you are just reading, and not posting, have a good life. i miss you. *hugs*
from impalace :
Miss hearing from you. Hope all is well with you and yours.
from sunnflower :
You are so very missed. Where are you? Hope all is well.
from poolagirl :
Thinking of you, dear!
from sunnflower :
Where are you, dear? Hope all is well in your life and you are having a great summer.
from inkdragon :
Missin' you, missin' you, missin' you! I hope you are having a wonderful summer. Love, Y.
from sunnflower :
Sometimes a little summer camp time for the kids is good for mom.
from poolagirl :
AHHHHHH! The Blue Man Group! Probably one of the best shows I have ever seen! Did your friends enjoy decorating themselves with streamers? As isn't the Cap'n Crunch schtick the funniest thing in the whole show? OMG! You got to see them AND stay in a penthouse? Man, I wanna travel with you!
from inkdragon :
Have a great time!
from nividian :
If you are enjoying the Dan Brown books, I have to say that I quite enjoyed Deception Point the most of all of the books. A nice change of flavor and characters, and, I felt, more compelling than either Da Vinci or A&D.
from chaosdaily :
oh hang in there. thats what the diary is for, to vent all that garbage out of your system!!
from inkdragon :
Sure there's tons of stuff to do for the band, but you are one of the presidents ... delegate. Do it. And schedule you-time and write it in pen. Someone just said to me, "If mama ain't happy, ain't nobody happy." I say, "If mama is not healthy, no one can be happy." Yes? Remember, it's not a sin to say "no;" "sorry, I have previous plans;" great, tell so-and-so, that's their area of expertise;" and "that's a great idea, I'll submit your name to head up that project." Do it Baby!
from serenaville :
Just a note to wish you a very happy Mother's Day today! Here's hoping you were able to relax and enjoy. These opportunities are all too scarce! ;)
from sunnflower :
Happy Mother's Day!!!
from inkdragon :
It's been ten days since you last shared. Are you okay? Are you still alive? Are they? I hope you are just enjoying the warming temps with lots of outdoor projects. Always thinking of you, Y.
from chaosdaily :
i can so sympathize with you... you arent alone. and you are right, it would be easier if someone had a "manual" for teens.... what to say, what to do.. but we can only keep on tryin....
from inkdragon :
We are in exactly the same spot on the Sons Front. Unbelievable. Guess all we can do is send pleading prayers up for each other! P.S. If you're so sore from working out, let the trainer know you need more stretching time *between* exercise sets. That may help. See ya!
from serenaville :
The Soph's car insurance rate is based on his grades? Having only a Frosh-to-be, this is a novel concept to me... is this a common practice? As for the menopause, I feel you, as I could SWEAR that I am peri-menopausal. The "hot flashes" I have been having intermittently in past, have increased in regularity of late. I know I need to go see my doctor, but I'm waiting til after the impending move. At any rate, here's hoping that things settle back to square for you soon!!
from sunnflower :
Glad the event was a big success!
from chaosdaily :
hope it wasnt my banner.....
from nascarwidow :
I'd have felt the same way if I "got in trouble". I just hate that feeling too. Good for Fr. for going with you and for you for having such a great time!
from mom-on-roof :
I laughed at the camera part, not at you, but out of recognition. I get so flustered when I "get in trouble" too, it's like being instantly transported back to nine years old, getting yelled at by the life guard because I got excited and accidentally RAN around the swimming pool.
from hissandtell :
Thanks for the note! So many people suggested such cruel things about my Laurence that I was almost beginning to doubt the depths of my feelings for him...NOT! We should form a L L-B Diaryring. I know that you, olive4ever and I would be there in a heartbeat! (And how about putting up your photograph next to the dreamboy on your next diary entry? Hmmmm?) Love, R xxx
from inkdragon :
I hope you're well and getting caught up with your every day life!
from poolagirl :
Well, it's nice to know I'm not the only one who can screw things up by merely forgetting stuff. YOW! Has anyone told you that you are wonderful today? If not.....You are wonderful!
from serenaville :
I was indeed the culprit who pointed drayco to you. I simply mentioned to him that you'd recently visited his city of Dublin, and had posted lovely pictures of the parade, which I knew he'd also attended. Sorry for any paranoia!
from mom-on-roof :
You went through all that without strangling anyone or ONE DROP OF ALCOHOL, oh, honey, you are my HERO!
from inkdragon :
"His attitude was more glad you got it handled." I HATE that! Give me sympathy, a hug, or at least a soft murmur. NOW. Glad you're home safe and hope Freshman feels much, much better.
from calulu :
Oh no! Sorry you're having such problems with your car and your son. Hope he feels better. Funny how troubles come in bunches.
from inkdragon :
Great for you! I used to love going into people homes to train. It helps the trainer also because we get a sense of the home environment with colors/furniture arrangement/general vibes that can help us help the client. You'll enjoy this. Also you will pick up a lot of tips about what kind of exercises you can do on your own between appointments. Hurray for you!
from hissandtell :
How exciting for you - fitness in the comfort of your own home. Perfect. I only hope your trainer is as much of a cutie-pie as your evaluer - but could you really concentrate on fitness then?
from poolagirl :
Ah.........so glad you like the games! They really DO make the time fly. By the way, your cool sister sent me an email!
from sunnflower :
Ahh, the back to reality shocker! What a wonderful trip you must have had. Love the pictures. I looked at the code and you have the image code for that picture in your entry twice. It's stuck up after the last bit of text. Hugs.
from drayco :
Hi! Just thought I'd drop you a note to say I saw you at the St Patrick’s Day Parade! Well, maybe not you personally, but I definitely saw the band! Hah, it's funny when you think about it, you were probably about 50 feet away from me :P (I live here in Dublin) I'm glad to see that you enjoyed it over here and you're welcome to come back anytime! Tell 'em I invited ya! :P
from chaosdaily :
great photos, and glad you're back! our high school band has about 50 members....
from inkdragon :
Great photos! I'm so glad you enjoyed yourself and the kids did so well. Welcome home!
from calulu :
Hey! I lost your email addy. Email me at Gator_xx@yahoo.com and I'll send you the name of the book I was talking at on my diary with links and info.
from calulu :
Beautiful pictures! I'm so glad you have a great time.
from sunnflower :
Glad you're back and that you had a wonderful trip!
from chailife :
Welcome home!
from chaosdaily :
yay!! glad to have you back!!
from inkdragon :
Welcome home!
from sunnflower :
Hope your trip is delightful in every way!
from chailife :
Have a great trip, and DRESS WARM! It was so cold over there last week!
from inkdragon :
Have the BEST time! Be safe and happy, Y.
from chaosdaily :
i quit smoking over 20 years ago, and still crave them. but if i have one, i may as well buy a carton, so i resist the urge.
from inkdragon :
Enjoy the next week, get through the jury duty and then go see her again. There are so many emotions with this issue, you need to get them all out and decide which need to be dealt with and which can be let go. I hope you can set it all aside for your vacation. Thinking of you always, Y.
from jamsjunction :
I dont have advice, but I wanted to come give you a cyber hug..(((HUGS)))
from chaosdaily :
gee i know how things like that can happen. *hugs* hope you can figure it out.
from hissandtell :
Hello - I've been meaning for ages to drop in and tell you how much I'm enjoying your Diary. Everything about it is breathtaking - venturing through your stories is a consummate experience. Love, R xxx
from inkdragon :
I wish you would take a photo of your painting to share! (even through email) Please.
from poolagirl :
So glad you are staying! YAY! I would really hate to lose you! I am thanking everyone in New Zealand for this! And.....I bet you looked cute in a big old 'Fro!
from sunnflower :
So he doesn't want you to write in your journal but it's okay for him to send a public note to an advice columnist for all to see. Here's my perspective - you are a writer, a diarist - you have things to say about your life that belong in an online format. I really understand that. It seems to me that you have tried to keep him out of the online picture in answer to his concerns so now we are looking at a control issue. And if you stop writing a little piece of you dies away. I think if you are writing with him mainly out of the picture that it is your business and part of your self expression. And the advice columnist - she probably doesn't know what a blog is. It's just my opinion but I think you need to keep writing and just stay away from the husband topic. Then - what's the problem? Also, there's always the private entry for those troublesome days. I don't think he should be reading your journal by the way if you have asked him not to and have said you'll keep his name out of the lights. Who the hell is this advice columnist anyway?
from calulu :
Geesy-guacamole! That has to be the dumbest advice answer I've read in a month of Sundays. Why didn't Harri-idiot take exception with the hubby's paranoia? Journals are private to everyone but those folks that you feel like sharing it with. Highly anonymous and all that. I hate stuff like that because it's why I had to move off my original site addy as you well know. Why can't nosy relatives see that an anonymous online journal is actually a safe-sane place to talk about the things we cannot talk about in real life for fear of offending them.
from chaosdaily :
gee i havent seen you write anything bad about him ever. obviously he must be reading someone elses diary. **hugs** hang in there!
from inkdragon :
Thinking of you always.
from chailife :
Ironic, sure, and terrible that this advice person would give an opinion on something she clearly knows nothing about. Maybe if youdescribed to him, and the therapist, like "talking to friends", then they would get it. Or doesn't he want you to talk to friends, either?
from poolagirl :
Harriette is an ass! Harriette is an ass!
from poolagirl :
NOOOOOOO! Not again! NOOOOOOO! Please stay with Diaryland! Has he really found you again? Damn!
from im2evil4u :
Yikes. Low blow and I do not blame you for you reaction. He should have been mature enough to trust the fact that you would not write about your marital troubles. He obviously doesn't and that is a major concern.
from chaosdaily :
my daughter would find herself keyless if she did that.... and its amazing how good a threat it is, too!!
from lifeasme66 :
Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for filling out my survey! I'll enjoy having you as a reader =) <HUG!>
from sleepy-gurl :
Love the layout! Anyway, no problem for adding you...I finally checked my email and I had 1000+ messages in there and caught yours! So glad to be reading you again. :)
from sunnflower :
The snow sounds beautiful and like loads of fun. Glad you got some of the white stuff for Valentine's Day.
from poolagirl :
WOW! Thanks for the nice birthday sentiments! I had a wonderful time - especially the "floor show."
from mom-on-roof :
The only time I get REALLY belligerent, and poke my finger at someone, is when they get too close to the truth. Me thinks ol' What'sername doth protest too much. And (while I'm butting in) I think there's a reason you don't feel that you fit in with those women. I hope some of them have the CLASS to call you after that, and if they don't, then screw 'em.
from chailife :
This is absolutely about her and not you, you were just a convenient target for her. My daughters wanted me out of the dressing room before they were ten, and we talk very openly about anything. A 14 year old boy does not show his mother his scrotum unless it's caught in a vise.
from poolagirl :
KUDOS to YOU! What this Lanette chickie poo is doing her son is NOT RIGHT! I had an aunt who did the same things to her teenage sons, and the results are horrific! Truthfully, it is borderline child abuse. As a mandated reporter of such things here in the state of California, I WOULD report that. Child Protective Services WOULD follow up on that case - even if she is a doctor. Oh, Anita! My heart goes out to you! You stood for the truth - and the price was high. I am SOOO proud of you! You did the right thing. #*$^*# the others if they can't find it in their hearts to support you. And how wonderful it is to have such a loving family of your own. Bless you! Bless you! Bless you real good!
from calulu :
You poor thing! But I'm so glad the males in your household stepped up to pamper and cosset you through this. Lanette sounds like she has 'issues' and I have to wonder what the local DCS would make of her looking at her son's one pube, very creepy.
from chaosdaily :
<<HUG>> i certainly can understand why you were upset, but you are right, it was all about her. something must be going on with her that she flew off the handle. sheesh my son will be 14 soon, and he would NEVER show me his pubic hair. and i consider that to be normal. maybe they are more open about nudity, but i certainly would never talk about it to others.... i dont think id go back, either. and im glad your family was so supportive... hugs again
from nightdragon :
Anybody who would dare to define the word "normal" would have to account for and acknowledge their own eccentricities. Are they prepared to do that? Aside from shrinks, whose job it is to sell a definition of "normal" like a product (for which you have the pleasure of paying good money for!), most people wouldn't be prepared to do that. So ... what is "normal?" I, myself, have never claimed to be. =}
from chaosdaily :
i dont think you are that much different from a lot of us. i tend to put things off. i make lists, and some things get done right away, but some wait until the very last minute. if you are weird, well then you are in good company, cause so am i!! hehe
from chaosdaily :
vulnerable?? and ohhh i know how you feel about prince. i would love to meet him......
from poolagirl :
Thank you so much for your kind words! You are such a delight! And........I just want you to know that we put up a screen in front of the bathroom so we didn't have to sing as much today. Wahoooo!
from chaosdaily :
it matters to me, i enjoy reading your diary!!!!
from poolagirl :
Head banger Christian music? Wow! I guess the paradigm has shifted - no more Up With People people in button-down shirts and cardigan sweaters. Glad you had fun - and it's nice to read how proud you are of your child units! YES!
from mom-on-roof :
Loved your entry, can so relate! Seems I crossed the line from cute chick to soccer mom too, but no one told me. The Levi's give it away. No one under 27 yrs old would be caught dead in Levi's anymore!
from sunnflower :
I am so glad that it is loading correctly now. I would worried I was missing having one of my favorite reader/writers stop by!
from sunnflower :
What browser are you using by the way?
from sunnflower :
Yikes, I don't want you to not be able to get my diary to load. I accessed my page on another computer and it did come up fine. When did you notice the problem? It seems like other folks have been coming in and out fine. Let me know if this keeps happening.
from wifemotherme :
I cant find your email address : ( will you please either leave me a note or send me an email with it WifeMotherMe@comcast.net
from chaosdaily :
dont feel bad, i dont know who she is either.....
from poolagirl :
YAY! So glad you like my new template! I fixed that weird diaryring thing showing up on the page. It looks much better without a green blob right in the middle. I am soooo excited!
from inkdragon :
We'll do anything to get the bed to ourselves!
from chaosdaily :
welll thats one way to get the bed to yourself hahahha
from sunnflower :
Your writing is always a pleasure to read. I was thinking about the winter funeral and it made me think of this entry I wrote about my mother-in-laws funeral - http://sunnflower.diaryland.com/021213_41.html A year later we went back for the gravestone dedication. As we left we heard bird's singing and the voice's of children playing lift on the air. I felt better then.
from inkdragon :
You miss the writing, I miss the reading! I am always thinking of you and wishing you the very best.
from chaosdaily :
you're right, i would gladly give you at least 6" of what is sitting in my driveway this very minute. im waiting for the village plows to come by and plow the bottom of the driveway shut so i can go out and shovel. THEN i can get my jammies on.... hehe. go ahead and write, put it in an email if you need to. things have been chaotic here, so i would likely understand if you need someone to vent to ;-)
from cruel-irony :
Massages are so heavenly, but the ultimate would be to have someone come to my home so I COULD curl up and go to sleep afterwards. It's on my list of TO-DOs, but, then again, so are a whole bunch of other things.
from squirrelrat :
Thank you. We've got Amsterdam and Dublin coming up soon. Hubby would've written about Nice, except he had things around that time that he needed to clarify -- as I'm sure you'll remember. (lol)
from chaosdaily :
wow lucky you. i only had that happen to me once, but it was a great job, it lasted 8 years!!
from im2evil4u :
Thanks for stopping by and for your comment re: the RSVP thing. I'm less annoyed now, since a few people called me today... 2 days after the RSVP date.. but whatever. I have begun reading yours and have enjoyed so far. Thankfully you're a newbie like me and I don't have to read nine hundred entries in order to catch up. Speak to you soon!
from inkdragon :
I hate when I put something somewhere to keep it safe and darn if I can remember where that safe place is. Looking on the bright side, it is fun to find it months later when you've forgotten you bought it!
from poolagirl :
GAAAAAAAAAAAAA! People who sit next to you in movie theatres when they could have a whole row to themselves! GAAAAAAAAAAAAAA! You were RIGHT to keep TWO armrests! YES!
from chaosdaily :
hugs, i know JUST how you feel.
from inkdragon :
Painful is rotten but in the end it will all be worth it. I believe you have reassured me of this in the recent past. I like the idea of the mustache. Yes, yes I do. I hope there's a little moisture in your eyes and a heartfelt smile on your lips today. XX, Y.
from mom-on-roof :
I'm sorry, but that moustache thing cracked me up. You are a funny funny sad little clown, and we love you around here. Hope today's better for ya.
from calulu :
That makes two of us with painful therapy today. Down with horrible therapy sessions and therapists that drag you emotionally kicking and screaming through things you just don't feel like dealing with...
from chaosdaily :
i want my diary to be open, but i want the entire site blocked on my puter, so that the dude wouldnt be able to access the site at all. ill have to work on it through internet explorer.... but i may have to go to locked at some point.
from chaosdaily :
awwww ill miss you
from calulu :
Don't you just hate that conundrum of to sleep or not? I have the same thing going on. If I don't take a pill then I don't sleep but if I do I drag around like a a dope fiend coming down all the next day. Natural sleep would be very nice.
from chaosdaily :
there is something you can add to your diary to keep it from getting googled, i found it in diaryland help... not sure where anymore, but its there. i dont know if it works, cause i dont check my stats that close to see who's reading. the only person who wouldnt understand is my son, and he hasnt gone into dland.. at least not yet.
from chaosdaily :
i start my entry on apple works (word processing on the mac) and add to it throughout the day, then copy and paste. it keeps the entry from getting lost if dland doesnt take it. however, the dude has read a couple of those pre-entries, so now i have to hide them in other files, and the trick is to remember where.
from poolagirl :
OMG! Your bagel story is the BEST! YES! You have such a way with a story!
from inkdragon :
Love the toaster story!
from chaosdaily :
gee i thought i was the only one who did that with the heat... lol.. ty for the notes!!
from sunnflower :
I saw you joined Christopher's official Suburban Island diaryring - cool!
from mom-on-roof :
I am a very small person, I don't take up much space, I can sleep on the floor, and I promise to wear one of those little nose patches so I don't snore. As much. I can also drink my own weight in wine. Please send airfare.
from chaosdaily :
it sounds like my vacations when i go to mt place to my friend j's house, only her house doesnt sound as good. i can do what i want, when i want, and no responsibilities. its great, isnt it?
from inkdragon :
"Greetings from my room at the top of the tower." Very nice. The description of your bedroom sounds like what your template picture shows. Enjoy your precious quiet time.
from sunnflower :
I'm so glad you joined the new suburbanlife diaryring! Don't forget to put the diaryring link up somewhere special.
from jamsjunction :
I am so glad to hear that you are taking time for you. Enjoy yourself, relax all you can, reflect as you will, and remember, you deserve this time alone! The house sounds amazing!
from spritopias :
thank you for joining the fan ring
from sunnflower :
Thanks you for that delightful note that you left me during the holidays. I wish you a beautiful new year. Thanks for writing your wonderful journal and for reading mine!
from chaosdaily :
he might have found you through the history page.....
from inkdragon :
Happy New Year! I wish you happiness and fulfullment in the coming year. Thank you for being such a great friend to me.
from wifemotherme :
Happy New Year sweetie!! I hope the isp you were worried about contacted you and all is well
from lilpeanut80 :
I like the new diary name, but I have to tell you that I was just in the position where I could fully appreciate your "ineedawife" name, as I just read the "I want a wife" essay by Judy Syfers about a week ago. PS, I'm addicted to DR. MARIO on gameboy color! ckb
from cruel-irony :
I hope this New Year brings you all that you wish for, and a little bit more! Oh, and being an aunt? One of the greatest things in the world.
from chaosdaily :
my son went to see it and it was only 2 hours. hmmmm i wonder why
from nightdragon :
Ah, aren't allergies a b***h? Though I'm not used to pollen breakout till May (sometimes April, if it's an exceptionally warm spring)! Anyway, your Christmas sounded like it went smoothly. All the best for the New Year!
from poolagirl :
Well, bring on the Dutch Babies! They sound fabulouso! Do they say "fabulouso" in the Netherlands? I think they say "fabelachtig" or something like that.
from poolagirl :
I'm almost afraid to ask.......What are Dutch Babies?
from chaosdaily :
you know, i read the book, cheaper by the dozen when i was a kid. it was one of my favorites, along with life with mother and life with father. they always managed to make it seem like they had such perfect relationships within the families. and btw, my gf loves john mayer, she says hes the best! (not him, his songs hehe)
from swcprincess :
Ahahaha. Well you know, one can never be a TRUE Lord of the Balloons until they have been acknowledged by another, so thank you for that. Happy New Years to you also- may you have no more festive meltdowns!
from poolagirl :
You are just what the doctor ordered this Christmas night. Merry Christmas, and thank you, Anita!
from sunnflower :
Merry Christmas hugs to you and much joy of the season!
from mom-on-roof :
I will think of you Christmas eve, as I fill my own stocking with Mini M&M's and brand new white bobby socks. Merry Christmas to us!
from chaosdaily :
why dont you trade both used cars in and get two new ones, one that you want, and one that he wants? that way you wont be selfish, and he wont be angry. hehehehe
from sunnflower :
A clean house and a $20 gift certificate for Starbucks - now that's living!
from chaosdaily :
awww you are an angel too, you know
from exhale9203 :
Thank you :)
from jamsjunction :
Thanks for making me cry. Your so very right, there are angels amoung us. Praying for your FIL still! (HUGS)
from chaosdaily :
your socks are in the laundry..... and isnt that what diaries are for? to be able to rant and rave and get it all out? it always makes me feel better........
from sunnflower :
Yes, you are stressing to the max. You have a lot on your plate and it always seems there are people happy to heap on another helping for you - usually removed from their platter! Hang in there. The tree sounds just right.
from calulu :
Sorry you're going through so much right now. Boy but I would have loved to have been a fly on the wall in Holland when your hubby is dealing with his negative siblings and mother. Depressives aren't the best at dealing with that sort of thing.
from chaosdaily :
sheesh you know, it sounds like you need a wife hahahha
from calulu :
Reading today's entry I didn't know whether I should laugh or cry because honestly I've been there, done that and gotten the tattoo on my ass with my own hubby. I think it's part of the depression. Example, we use the exact same computer program, he in his job, me in my small graphics business. We've both been using this program since 1998. It's pretty routine for him to call me up in the middle of the day in a panic and say "OMG! I can't remember how to xyz with this program and I have a huge project due!!!!!!" and expect me to sit at my computer and telephonically walk him through it. This morning at 5 am he couldn't find his keys and couldn't be bothered to look for them, he just wanted me to hand over mine. I get so sick of being this man' mamma. You have my sympathies.
from cruel-irony :
I hope you have a BLAST at the Red Hatter Christmas party! The charm bracelet's perfect.
from chaosdaily :
hmmmm sure your husb doesnt have a secret life? hehehe
from chaosdaily :
my husb and kids say i snore too, my husb acts like its something i can control...... well if i can control my snoring, he should be able to control his.
from jamsjunction :
Prayers being said for your FIL. Hope the hub has a safe trip to visit his father. Thanks for the tip on the candles. I'll share what I do with them. Reguardless of season, I prefer, what I call, the homey scented candles (ie Cinnamon, Baked apple pie, the warm, food scent types)..I went to Wal-mart and bought an inexpensive small in size cast iron skillet. I put all of the excess into that, and leave it on warm while I am home. It makes your house smell heavenly wonderful!
from cruel-irony :
I'm so glad to hear that FIL is doing much better. That's great!
from chaosdaily :
oh yay!!!!! glad hes doing better
from inkdragon :
Hurray for your father-in-law! Thanks for the kind words, I can't express how much you've helped. I hope you have a lovely weekend.
from mom-on-roof :
Yea, great news from Holland! Go Dad!
from calulu :
Hope your FIL doesn't pass on during the holidays. I'll be praying for your entire family.
from chaosdaily :
awww hugs
from cruel-irony :
I'm keeping you and your family in my thoughts, heart and prayers.
from poolagirl :
Holding you in my thoughts and prayers.
from inkdragon :
I'm praying for your father in law.
from mom-on-roof :
My house is disgusting right now too, and on top of it all the kids have "Full House" on TV, which is torture, I think I will gouge out my eardrums with an inkpen so I don't have to hear Bob Saget speak and that drippy sweet music they play at the end.
from chaosdaily :
ty for the note, ive been through this before with him, im more worried about my son than anyone. he is really upset. ill keep posting the progress.....
from chaosdaily :
yay!! for the boys...... and bring on the hot drinks!! hope you stay healthy....
from sunnflower :
Sounds like a lovely day - with both of you looking like a holiday ad for the party and some apologies from the past too.
from chaosdaily :
wow. men apologizing?? will wonders never cease!!!!!!
from helderheid :
With all that's going on, you still sound like you're stronger than ever. It's good to hear from you!
from poolagirl :
Sounds like you lucked out by having that guy pass you by. Whew!
from jamsjunction :
Thanks so much for the kind note you left me. I really do appreciate it. I am working this evening, and will see how things go. I think I will wait untill after the womans shelter benifit on the 14th to make my final decision. Hugs :)
from poolagirl :
Tsk Tsk Tsk - not Christian enough? What does THAT mean?
from chaosdaily :
your husb sounds a lot like my husb......
from cruel-irony :
Christmas in July. Just saying.
from sunnflower :
Baby steps are good. I take them all the time. I just hate the backwards leaps. Thanks for your nice note about Suburban Island's first anniversary.
from cruel-irony :
Yay for you! You gotta start somewhere... And, I'm glad you had a nice Thanksgiving too.
from inkdragon :
I hope you did go the the fitness center!
from inkdragon :
It sounds like your Thanksgiving was perfect! I'm so glad. I love "The Freshmen" and "The Sophomore!" Excellent. Just wanted to let you know I am thankful for your friendship. Y.
from poolagirl :
YAY! You have a new tradition! I played it last night at a party, but the lady only had mini marshmallows. I got 50 in my mouth before I let 'em slide. It really IS funny! We were doing 5 at a time. Actually, the little ones are almost funnier!
from sunnflower :
Happy Thanksgiving. I love the Amelie template.
from cruel-irony :
Yeah, it is horrible. Even worse, Eldest Nephew is the closest next of kin so he has to make all the official funeral arrangements to boot. (He's only 21 years old.) Poor guy. But thank you, once again, for your support. It means a lot.
from nightdragon :
The lowest temp we've had here so far is only 36 F! But then, we sure as heck don't get 80 at this time of year either.
from cruel-irony :
Thank you for the kind words - they really do make a difference.
from chaosdaily :
thanks for the note, i got the same advice from my friend j.... she uses the word "success" as her password, to keep herself thinking the right way......
from chailife :
Great design!
from sunnflower :
I need a butler too. Let's all get a housekeeper too. As to coffee - I never make it, I buy it at the coffee shop. That's how helpless I am with coffee making.
from poolagirl :
Howdy! I can really relate to that coffee story. YES! I've turned my morning routine into a sacred ritual - grinding beans, boiling water, pressing the coffee in one of those cute little French things. I offer it all up to the Arabica gods.
from chaosdaily :
i prefer to call my husb my better third.... or if im mad at him, my better quarter haha
from chaosdaily :
i think therapy is easier, my son is 13, and would have stormed to his room and slammed the door. ive been in therapy, and i know how you feel....... it brings up some interesting thoughts.....
from inkdragon :
Optimism is a very, very good thing. You did right by the youngest. We don't need any more pills, our lives are full of jagged little pills already!
from cruel-irony :
Thanks for letting me know where you went! I don't have a secret yet - for rolling my r's - because I have no idea how I'm actually doing it. Mostly, I'm just imitating the sound. I'll let you know when I figure it out.
from chaosdaily :
you go girl!! woo hooo!!!!!
from chailife :
Good to see you.
from chaosdaily :
do what you have to.....
from chaosdaily :
welcome back!!! it works out good, i enjoy reading, you enjoy writing. yay!!
from jamsjunction :
Welcome back! I am so glad you let me know where you were.
from inkdragon :
I'm here for you, always.
from mom-on-roof :
Hi! Thanks for contacting me, will get you all rearranged on the shizzle. the dizzle dizzle. feeling silly today.

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