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cried, Wii Wii Wii all the way home
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Remember yesterday, Dream for tomorrow.. but live today..

Live like it is your last day
Love like there is no tomorrow
Learn like a child in a new world

Laugh when your heart smiles..

Hands up..

Jan. 9th, 2007 12:09 pm
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We take off Thursday night for Fiesta..

anyone else going? huh huh??
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So for years I have always gone out to the local mall to the pick names from the tree and buy for them.. But I don't usually pick names off the childrens trees, I pick from the senior's trees.. I know that kids usually are the first thought of at this time of year, but I have always looked to seniors.. I guess it started when I was in high school; I stopped by the mall to see my sister who was manning a table for one of the organizations she belonged to. I looked at the number of needs left on the tree, and looked at the bare trees that held the wants for the kids.. My mother had given me $300.00 to go out and spend on myself, for christmas.. I picked the first name off the tree, and it was something easy scarf and gloves, and each of them had an explanation.. "to keep my hands and neck warm when i go out to in the snow for my walks to the corner" .. done.. cost me like $12.00.. picked another name.. small hand held battery opperated radio.. " so I can listen to the ball games"....maybe $8.00.. and i continued.. I spent my entire $300.00 then started hitting my sister up for money.. between the two of us.. we finished off the tree for the senior center. I would shop, go back and wrap, while she went off shopping.. we spent an entire afternoon doing this..

Every year since, I have continued this tradition.. in smaller scale, just a name here and there but always off the seniors trees.. Not to growse.. but honestly their needs aren't much, plastic bead jewlery, socks, gloves.. they are things they need. or bring some joy and are appreciated.

So in I was wondering if anyone in the Chicago area would be up for meeting in the Burbs.. ** simply since shopping is easier there, and cheaper ** for a few hours of shopping for seniors on the 9 December..

Tell me what you think?
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are tuff ones.. some are excrushiating.. I just made the hardest one in my life..


to you chocolete cake.. while we have had a good thing for a good many years. I no longer can bear the load of our relationship. I will always love you.. and you will be missed. But so I don't loose what is left of myself, I am going to but wash my fork and put it away and not look back..
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I try very hard to be an optomist, I am always looking at what the good in any outcome will be..

Deep down I am a realist, and I understand and see what the outcome will be.. I play it over and over in my head before there is ever an issue..

A part of my I don't like.. I know what is going to happen before it happens.. some call it dejavue.. i call it a pain in the ass..

Since last friday I have had an uneasy feeling that something drastic was going to happen. My mother is in her late 70's so I assumed that it was going to be that it was her time. Last night I got a call from my nephew, that my sister (i don't fall the traditional in-law norm, she married my brother when I was 3, so she has essentially has been through me my entire life), was at the hospital in ICU.. well waiting to be admited she had been in the emergency room since noon. She slumped over in her chair non-responsive, when the ambulance arrived her blood pressure was 92 over.. they couldn't get the bottom number. She spent the day drifting in and out of sleep, my brother at her side.. They have no idea whats wrong, none of the tests have shown anything..

While I don't feel good, the uneasy has left.. I have already made plans to take off if need be. I hope that isn't the case.

Laff, Love, Learn and Live..
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I'm still here.. doing well.. will post more tomorrow
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Ya know it is people like this that make the world the place that it is..

our dear friend Reverand Phelps spawned a child that is a hateful as her father.. This little gem comes from Shirley Roper Phelps..

"Those Amish people, everyone is sitting around talking about those poor little girls — blah, blah, blah — they brought the wrath upon themselves," Phelps-Roper said, adding that the Amish "don't serve God, they serve themselves."

and I also heard the interview in which she said.. "those girls deserved to be killed, they where sinners.. They where the daughter of Adam.. Adam was a sinner.. so they where sinners and deserved to be shot"

and that makes the world a safer place, ponder that for awhile..
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What a goat fuck.. I have already thrown my phone accross my car this morning..

*this isn't looking good*
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My heart hurts for you..
My soul aches for the memory's you never had a chance to make..
My eyes strive to see the beauty of innocence..
My mind turns for all you have lost..
My fingers cramp at the thought of those you have touched..

I cry for you, the children of the world.. my rest give you comfort for what the world has taken..
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Over the past few weeks.. I have come to terms with, and realized alot that has been staring me in the face.. There are some changes I am makeing.

I hope the world is ready!

Live, Laff, Love and Learn


Sep. 28th, 2006 12:27 pm
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I feel like I'm sitting in an airport watching people..

*it is quite a trip, not make'n any commments but Damn*

Me thinks

Sep. 25th, 2006 04:49 pm
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I am going to be on COV tonight.. Triumph.. Silicone Sally for those who may be inclinded to rampage with me..


Sep. 15th, 2006 08:25 am
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Not much has happened with the apartment...

I leave tomorrow for Orlando until Wednesday..

I am a little tired.. I am a little laid back..
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canceled my hotel in minneapolis.. changed my flights to up and back the same day..
What does that mean..

SCISSOR Sister on the 8 OCTOBER in Chicago.. *wiggles money maker*


Sep. 12th, 2006 03:49 pm
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I feel like taking smurf's, popping their heads off and eating them like blueberry's!
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OOOOOO.. and today.. i applied for my new passport.. i feel so special..


Sep. 11th, 2006 10:43 am
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We don't choose it, it chooses us. BUT we choose how to handle it..
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Shane.. will you take me to Chicago prom dress shopping..

my reply..

Um no.. we can go in Madison.. They have a Good Will..
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I just survived my first night as a step mother..

My mom told me 5 years ago, "I always knew you would be a great parent.. I just never expected you to be a step mother"
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