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  1. Holly, I appreciate that you did this, and how you did it. It gave her the opportunity to learn something in the relationship, and gives the relationship the opportunity to grow from it. I know if I lacked self-awareness about an annoying practice, I would rather a friend talk to me than drop the relationship and leaving me guessing at the reasons. It is helpful information, depending on what it is about and how it is offered.
  2. I'm so sorry. Sending blankets of hugs.
  3. Grateful for ENA And for two working eyes. Sometimes I have to wear a patch on one, and boy I miss binocular vision chopping vegetables for dinner.
  4. So so sad, my heart hurts. Thank for this thread, and a nod to you all. I'm glad you're here.
  5. They may not even see all of your posts. Facebook can push things on their feeds or timelines or whatever they are called, and it's always changing. So blame Facebook before you blame your friends. That, plus there is such a flood of things happening on social media at any one time, it's hard for any one person to keep track of the stuff they might care about. If you stop to look at one thing, maybe it's a neighborhood alert or lost dog or something in the moment, other things get lost, and you have to let them go and get back to work.... [edit] oh wait, was this thread started Au
  6. I've been thinking about you, Bolt and glad to see your update. I hope your symptoms continue to improve. Please allow yourself to take it easy. Hang in there!
  7. Bolt, how are you feeling? I hope you and your brother and nephew recover quickly and have an easy time with it. Sending healing thoughts your way!
  8. Hay, Pippy, Happy Birthday, and a big virtual hug!
  9. It's eye opening how friends and family will listen to some restrictions, practice them, condemn others for not doing so, but reject other restrictions vehemently. All the while infections numbers and deaths are surging. I look forward to when this pandemic will all be a distant memory. My parents, now gone, occasionally mentioned living through summers of polio outbreaks and the precautions and worry. It would have been interesting to hear my grandparents' experiences of the 1918 pandemic.
  10. The sun is shining and the sky so blue today!
  11. A friend shared this passage with me, and I thought it worth passing along: “I don’t know if I’ve learned anything yet! I did learn how to have a happy home, but I consider myself fortunate in that regard because I could’ve rolled right by it. Everybody has a superficial side and a deep side, but this culture doesn’t place much value on depth — we don’t have shamans or soothsayers, and depth isn’t encouraged or understood. Surrounded by this shallow, glossy society we develop a shallow side, too, and we become attracted to fluff. That’s reflected in the fact that this culture sets up an
  12. Sending big loving hugs to you, ~Seraphim~! Blankets of hugs.
  13. This is what I needed to read today! Thanks for that.
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