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Some Days Lazy is Just Good...

Monday, March 12, 2012

Yesterday was gorgeous. It motivated me to get outside and do a few things, but not before taking my 883 for a little spin down the back roads. It wasn't a long's always twenty degrees cooler on the bike than what it really is...and it was 75' in the sun. But it felt wonderful to blow the cobwebs out of my brain even if for just a teeny bit.

Today is slightly cooler but the sun is trying to peek its lazy ways out of the few gray clouds that remain from the morning haze. I miss the hour that we lost this past weekend. It seems to make the day go just a tad quicker. But we will be richly rewarded with the extra hour of sunshine when the weather turns permanently warmer, sunnier, and cozier. Just wish it would hurry up a little more...

There is nothing major to report here. No life changes, no drama. In fact, today is just a normal, calm and uneventful day. No breakthroughs, no light bulbs going off in my head, no epiphanies. Dang. And I say "dang" as in "yay." I like days like this when my brain isn't twisting over itself and making that annoying grinding noise it does when I'm trying to understand something. I guess when you get to be my age, days like this are a blessing. I don't need to solve a life mystery today. I don't need to do something monumental. Today I just need to "be." Cook. Do a little dusting. Sway my hips to a little bit of John Mellancamp. And just hum to my inner calmness and live one moment at a time. It's nice when my brain isn't going into over-drive. I can hear myself breath.

Beanie is coming home for a week tomorrow. She is taking a final test tonight and packing up her car, boyfriend included, and heading home in the morning. I will get to see her before heading off to work, which is going much easier these days since cutting back on some of my hours. I can hardly wait to see her lovely face, smiling with vivid dark eyes, as she comes bursting through my front door. I am blessed to the max with this child...

But today I am going to walk slowly, breath deeply and linger broadly in whatever I choose to do. I may choose to do nothing at all here in just a bit. Maybe I will call my oldest son and chat it up with my grandgirls when they get home from school. I love hearing their little voices intermingle with exciting tales of their day.

God bless you all today. Find your lazy moment. Get lost in it. Breath deeply and slowly. Just slow down for awhile.

Some days lazy does a body good.

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GREGGWEISBROD 12/19/2013 3:21PM

    Good to know, when I turn 29 again, as you clearly must be regardless of what the calendar says, I'll treat those days as blessings. :-D I get a kick out of you thinking that you're old, lol. You're the youngest girl I know. Wisdom? Oh yeah, you're like 200 when it comes to that, but in your heart, your soul, you're the youngest girl I know.

Also... what the what? A boyfriend for your Beanie?! :-D Is this young man still a fixture in her life? So curious! :-D

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MUSTANG_SALLY2 3/14/2012 11:35AM

    What a lovely idea. Now, who do I get to answer the phones so I can sneak off from work? LOL

Enjoy your week with Bri!


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BKNOCK 3/13/2012 10:16PM

    Wow, I sure could use a day like that! I am glad that you are enjoying it.

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KAILYNSTAR 3/13/2012 1:35PM

    I love days like that. You sound so peaceful and calm and content.



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CARTOONB 3/12/2012 10:44PM

    Sounds heavenly!

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HUZZAH39 3/12/2012 8:10PM

    I've missed reading your blogs but glad I read yours today. So happy your day went well : ) (Love your purple roses!)

Blessings, Christine

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CIVIAV 3/12/2012 7:51PM

    absolutely lovely!!!

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MISS_VIV 3/12/2012 7:05PM

    It is always so refreshing when we get an
So many days (for a lot of people are DOWN..and depressing).. it is such a joy to hear of your free day to stretch out and enjoy... AWESOME NEWS

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GEEMAWEST 3/12/2012 6:21PM

    Sounds wonderful! Love the new background!

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OLDERDANDRT 3/12/2012 3:09PM

    Now that's the girl I remember. We all need a lazy day sometimes. Glad to hear your baby girl is coming in for a visit. This will do you so much good. And her as well.
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MSCR59 3/12/2012 2:21PM

    I very much enjoyed your blog today. It is true we do need those days you describe. The mind needs a break from all the stress of life. There is a constant barrage of problems and distractions in life that tend to wear us down if we dwell on them.
Today for us, it is also a beautiful day. The weather is spring like, there is gentle breeze and the sun is shining brightly. There is a constant flow of walkers out enjoying the spring weather. Bicycles and motorcycles with their load roar going by, the riders revving their engines with eagerness to enjoy the day and stamp out a little spring fever.
A beautiful day for a walk, and to enjoy a fresh infusion of sunshine generated vitamin D.
Thanks for your blog today .. A great read. I was inspired by it!

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Senior Texting Codes

Friday, March 09, 2012

Young people have theirs, now Seniors have their own texting codes!! Here we go!

* ATD - At the Doctor's

* BFF - Best Friends Funeral

* BTW - Bring the Wheelchair

* BYOT - Bring Your Own Teeth

* CBM - Covered by Medicare

* CUATSC - See You at the Senior Center

* DWI - Driving While Incontinent

* FWBB - Friend with Beta Blockers

* FWIW - Forgot Where I Was

* FYI - Found Your Insulin

* GGPBL - Gotta Go, Pacemaker Battery Low

* GHA - Got Heartburn Again

* HGBM - Had Good Bowel Movement

* IMHO - Is My Hearing-Aid On?

* LMDO - Laughing My Dentures Out

* LOL - Living on Lipitor

* LWO - Lawrence Welk's On

* OMMR - On My Massage Recliner

* OMSG - Oh My! Sorry, Gas!

* ROFL...CGU - Rolling on the Floor Laughing...Can't get Up!

* TOT - Texting on Toilet

* TTYL - Talk to You Louder

* WAITT - Who Am I Talking To?

* WTFA - Wet the Furniture Again

* WTP - Where're the Prunes?

* WWNO - Walker Wheels Need Oil

Hope these help.

GGLKI! (Gotta Go, Laxative Kicking in!)

Have a great weekend, guys...

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BLAKBIRD 3/26/2012 4:43PM


Here's a couple that are hard to remember.

CRAFT - Can't Remember a Flipping Thing & Heard

CRS - Can't Remember Stuff

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KAILYNSTAR 3/12/2012 12:58PM

    Yeah, I saw this before. Pretty funny stuff!

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CARTOONB 3/10/2012 10:32PM

    LMDO!! emoticon OMSG...Happens when I LMDO.


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OLDERDANDRT 3/10/2012 3:30PM

    emoticon Thanks for the chuckle, sweetie!! emoticon

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TLCFME 3/10/2012 1:59PM

Very funny. Thanks Michelle. Thank God I can't use most of them yet!!!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

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ELYMWX 3/10/2012 12:51PM

    Michelle, you aren't that old are you? You're only two years older than me...

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CIVIAV 3/10/2012 10:23AM

    lol. the texting language is hard enough to learn without all these extra words!

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LUVPOETESS 3/10/2012 1:12AM

    OMG!!! I'm STILL laughing!!! I haven't laughed like this in a while. Thanks so much. Hahahahahahahahahahahaha emoticon

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FLEMIDG 3/10/2012 12:57AM

    Thanks for the laugh, Michelle. Have an awesome weekend. Sending lots of love your way. emoticon emoticon

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Sparking Through...

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

I had a wonderful day.

Now I've suddenly tumbled into the duldrums. Why does this happen? Is it just me or does this happen to other people as well?? One moment I'm on cloud nine, the next I want to sob. Over something really silly. Like, something I watch on television. The fact that there is no more "Death By Chocolate" ice cream. That I'm lonely. I wish I could find a balance with my emotions. I feel, even when things are going well, that my heart finds a way to make me want to cry. Maybe the last few years have conditioned me to feel this way. They were really rough...

I think that's what I need to do. Just go have a good cry. A good old-fashioned, slobbery, teary, bawly boo-hoo. I think it's okay to do that from time-to-time. It kind of cleans out the sinuses and makes the heart feel a little lighter. I will allow myself to cry for about ten minutes, let go of all the self-pity, the burdens, the stress, the "ifs" and the "buts" and just let it fly. Then I will wash my face, put on a pair of pretty pjs and think about bed.

Then I might just lay there and talk to God for awhile. Shoot. Just because I feel alone it doesn't mean that I AM alone! How many times did I look back on the beautiful mess of my life and see where God carried me through?? This is where I must exercise my faith and know that God is cradling me again, close in His loving, strong arms. Whatever this is, whether it be hormones, fatigue, the blues...God has it all figured out. I don't have to worry, just rely on Him to get me through it.

Okay. Off I go. I'm gonna read a little bit of the Good Book as well. Then I'm going to think about how tomorrow is going to be a wonderful, amazing day!

I love you guys! God bless you all.

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GREGGWEISBROD 12/19/2013 3:15PM

    I wish I could pinpoint what it is that flips that switch, because I get that way at times too. Everything going great, and then 'flick', I just get down and out. Usually a good night sleep and a new day cures it for me, but I want to say that it's just completely natural. That's the perfect time to message a friend maybe, or just tell someone you need a hug. A little love goes a long, long way - but you already know that, of course. :-)

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MOMMA_BEAR_69 3/9/2012 9:56PM

    Tears are very cleansing for us. Have a good cry when you need matter what your reason, you will feel better. Just remember that God is with you through thick and are never alone. Your faith is strong and will continue to grow.
Continued blessings to you.

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JERMADSON7 3/7/2012 12:02AM

    You're never alone. God is with you 24/7. But you already know that. You are a strong woman. Don't forget that.

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CIVIAV 3/5/2012 9:25AM


Happens to me too and yet it's sometimes hard to cry about it. I usually feel better if I do but...

I remember the saying that Pain is weakness leaving the body. Well, I think these 'crashes' in emotion are the same thing.


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KAILYNSTAR 3/2/2012 1:17AM

    I think that things just pile up in our hearts and then it cracks a tiny bit...then it has to go.

Sleep well tonight.
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BKNOCK 3/1/2012 9:48PM

    I have been like that lately too. I think just all of the stress of life just gets to you once in a while. I hope it was a good cry!

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IAM_HIS2 3/1/2012 10:40AM

    I am going through this myself. I miss working; being around people. Life changes always, and we do go through a grieving stage. However this strengthen us as well as makes us more dependent on the Lord.

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USFBULL 3/1/2012 2:33AM

    I always feel this way with no football to watch, waiting for baseball season to begin..... LOL
You know when you are really feeling up and on a mountain top there is only one direction to go to get to the next mountain top. It is always amazing on top of the mountain, the view of all the valleys that I did not even see before, the new mountains that are even higher, the thick forests and the clear meadows. Some of the paths look easy to follow and some do not. The really nice bit for me is realizing that no matter where I'm at on this journey a pause and quiet or loud prayer and a conversation with the creator is always available. Why I do not remember this is a process I'm working through. Today is an awesome day. emoticon emoticon emoticon

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CHERIRIDDELL 3/1/2012 1:55AM

    You are never alone you have God and you have us.I in fact had a good cry tonight .Now many people might think I was foolish to cry over an old dog who died suddenly.She was a rescue not really young when I got her.I have been blessed and my husband got me another beautiful English springer spaniel puppy for Valenitines Day but tonight just for a while I cried for my beloved True ,she might have had sixteen years on earth but they were not all with me and just for a little while I missed her soft fur and her gentle cuddles as she lay beside me.I know the puppy will stop chewing and will be a lovely girl but I missed True,and you are entitled to your tears too.I hope tomorrow will be a gright and wonderful day for you and if I can ever make you smile I and hugs,Cheri

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FLEMIDG 3/1/2012 12:36AM

    I think we all need a good cry once in a while. I know what you are going through, I am very emotional as well. I will be praying that God will wrap His loving arms around you and let remind you that you are never alone.
Enjoy your time with Him and His Good Book. I am thinking of you and praying for you.

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GEEMAWEST 2/29/2012 11:30PM

    I always feel so good after a really good cry. But you have to let it all out and really blubber!

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CARTOONB 2/29/2012 10:55PM

    Have a good cry and then enjoy the benefits. I'm looking forward to hearing how fantastic tomorrow will be.

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HOT4FITNESS 2/29/2012 10:02PM

    You are such a fine example of quiet strength.

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My A-Z List (Thanks, Barb!)

Tuesday, February 28, 2012

I'm assuming that the topics are the same? If so, here are my random facts.

A) Age: 43 in body, 23 at heart, 13 in mind.

B) Bed Size: King. Trust me. With my cold feet and the way he snores, we need all the room we can get. I once woke up with his finger up my nose. Not sure to this day if he thought he was picking his OWN nose or...?

C) Chore That You Hate: Cleaning the cobwebs from the ceiling. Just seems eerie.

D) Dogs: One, a mix breed, Roxie, that got her name from the movie "Ghost Rider." I was later asked by my neighbor why I gave her a "stripper" name.

E) Essential Start To Your Day: After prying my left eye open, I usually stumble to the kitchen and clumsily fling open a can of Diet Pepsi and eat a banana.

F) Favorite Color: Green. 'Cept when it's football season, then it's Black and Gold!

G) Gold Or Silver: Both. And I wear them interchangeably. And I accept both of them if you are in a giving mood...

H) Height: 5'3" Still too short to reach the top shelf in the kitchen that my old man designed "just for me."

I) Instruments You Play: All of them. And I suck at all of them, too.

J) Job Title: Toy Sales Associate. Hopefully not for long! I see Silly String in my sleep! And I still can't figure out how it ended up in my bra one day!

K) Kids: Four kids. Six grandkids. A couple hundred at work on a daily basis. I'm freaking tired.

L) Live: Southern Ohio. Where we all say "suh-WEET!" "thang" and count our blessings on our "fangers."

M) Mother's Name: Wilma Eileen. God rest her soul, she's been with the Lord for sixteen years now...

N) Nicknames: Spark frowns upon certain language on here.

O) Overnight Hospital Stays: Several. Mostly for having kids but there have been times I was in there for accidents or lupus-related problems. I, for one, however, loved the food. Anything I don't have to cook or clean up after is finger-lickin' good to me!! Just slap it on my plate!

P) Pet Peeves: When you're talking to someone and you start seeing their eyes wander all over the place instead of looking at you. (Or just one of their eyes...equally annoying.)

Q) Quote From A Movie: "Say 'ello to my leetle friend!!"

R) Right or left handed: Right-handed. But can use either one when it comes to clearing an obstruction from my nostril.

S) Siblings: Three older brothers, two older sisters. R.I.P. Steve. Miss you.

T) Tattoos and Piercings: Two tats. Looking for my meaningful third. Used to have a nose piercing until I ripped it out with the bed covers for the fourth time. Ears are pierced three times on each side and one is pierced for the fourth on the top arch. Recently pierced my left thumb with the box cutter at work the other day. Does that count???

U) Underwear: Not quite sure how to respond, but I enjoy wearing them, yes?

V) Vegetable(s) You Hate: Squash. Yuck. And beets.

W) What Makes You Run Late: Not to brag but I'm a pretty punctual person! When I AM late it's usually because I can't find my truck keys or I get freaked driving in the snow or ice!

X) X-Rays You've Had: All of them. Turn out the lights and I glow green.

Y) Yummy Food That You Make: Chicken Enchiladas and Lasagna. Southern Pecan Pie.

Z) Zoo: I love the monkeys. And the flamingos. But my favorites are the white tigers. Majestic and awesomely beautiful.

There we go. Easy three points!

God bless, everyone!

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KAILYNSTAR 2/29/2012 11:48AM

    Thanks for sharing. I wouldn't know what to write for zoo...I really don't have a favourite, I just can't think of anything.

No pet here. I have a nephew that's very allergic and I don't like animals in the house.

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CARTOONB 2/28/2012 11:30PM I know even MORE about you. Really...his finger in your nose? LOL!!!

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GEEMAWEST 2/28/2012 9:40PM

    Woo Hoo! Ring those point up!!

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CHERIRIDDELL 2/28/2012 1:08AM

    Loved this ,Like you I glow green from xrays LOL!

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ELYMWX 2/28/2012 12:41AM

    I happen to like beets!

Just stay away from the box cutter. And the stapler. And the staple remover. And the 3-hole punch. And the industrial press!

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Friday, February 24, 2012

I am 43.

To some people, I am "older than the hills" (as per my young co-workers) and to others I am "just a baby" (as per my older brothers and sisters). But to me, I am, well, 43. Caught somewhere in the middle, caught at the beginning of some kind of transition that is coming, and then, on the tail-end of where I have been. I've been kind of "stuck" since the last job interview didn't yield the desired outcome I wished for. Maybe it kind of made me hesitant to put myself back out there again.

I'm no better than anyone else and realize that I have to keep trying, though. Today was sort of difficult for me because I doubted my own intellect. I doubted if I was even smart enough to try to keep bettering myself. (I'm definitely not smart with numbers. I still have to use a calculator even for the most simple multiplication. It's a standing joke at my house that I can't add or subtract and, even though I laugh along with them, it still bothers me sometimes.)

But I am smart enough, in OTHER ways. I have to remind myself that I am strong enough to keep trying, no matter HOW much past experiences have hurt me. I can't allow my inner dialogue to rule my actions or what I want from my future. I dear friend told me today, "There is a world out there. Check it out. It wants you." That struck home in a big resounding way. It made me hold my head a little higher, my chest a little bigger (rhetorically, sigh) and made me think. Okay! If the world wants me, then I need to show it what I've got!

Ugh, though. How?? Where do I even begin?? I've been stagnant in my freelance writing and my commissioned artwork. I've allowed my current job and its weird crazy hours to get in my way. I also have been having health problems that zap alot of energy from me. So, therefore, then (bear with me as I like to talk myself through things) that tells me there needs to be a change with my work habits. I didn't really need this job financially so therefore I need to change my work availability. Right? So, if I tell them that I am only available during "these" hours on "these" days, then I find some kind of stability in that area. Thankfully, this particular place will allow its employees to do that! I can use my time that I am off to decide what I want to go back to school for. (I've been thinking of something in the pharmacy field...but I have to find out if I will deal with numbers. Lol.)

Then I have to get back to the doctor and deal with my hypokalemia and lupus instead of trying to do it on my own. It's not working out this way. I have learned that doctors really do know best.

Okay. I don't have to make a commitment right now to EXACTLY what it is I want to do with the rest of my life. I just have to take a step. FORWARD. I don't have to stand still and bite my nails. I don't have to do anything that I don't want to do. And I still want to work with those kids...but if I can't find a job working with them, what's to keep me from VOLUNTEERING to do things with them?! Yeah, that's what I'm talking about! I love talking to myself with you guys...

But in all honesty, I'm a little scared. Of rejection. Of failure. But I think we all go through that, right?? It's just at my age, I have to get it right once and for all. I WANT to get it right, once and for all. My life isn't over by a long shot and I still have a lot to offer to others. I've had 43 years of life experience. Forty-three years to love and be loved. Forty-three years to discover my talents and my strengths. It's not been for nothing. I am who I am, numbers-dumb and all because that's who God wants me to be! It's all about finding my niche in my little corner of the world.

In the world that wants me. That needs me. So, ya know what??

I think I will check it out.

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GREGGWEISBROD 12/12/2013 12:11AM

    At the end of the day, no matter what strengths and armies we find for ourselves through the journeys we make in life, we're still susceptible to rejection, the feeling of being unwanted, unneeded, unloved. Life throws so much at us in our everyday, and sometimes we're left clinging to whatever security blankets we can find. The other truth, of course, is that we're smarter than we think, we're more loved than we're likely ever to fully appreciate, and we're more worthy of our dreams than we give ourselves credit for. It winds you when something you want so badly suddenly drifts out of reach, out of sight even... I know this post is almost two years old... But still... Hugs.

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OLDERDANDRT 2/28/2012 8:25PM

    You go girl! You are worthy! emoticon & emoticon

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GEEMAWEST 2/26/2012 10:48PM

    So here's what I want you to do. Think about what you would say to me if I wrote this blog and then do it!
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DARLENEK04 2/26/2012 4:28PM

  Go get'em Michelle.................

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CIVIAV 2/26/2012 10:42AM

    Someone (likely one who was really good with numbers) once said the most precious accomplishments are those we were afraid to strive for. I've been pondering this one all week and think they are correct...

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BKNOCK 2/25/2012 5:11PM

    Wow, talking about finally cutting back your hours? Are you feeling okay? LOL! IT'S ABOUT TIME!

You know what you loved best about that job was the kids and not the numbers and that is probably why you did not get that job. You would be going crazy by now with all those numbers! Maybe volunteering would be good and get your foot in the door for something else? You know people that work there maybe you can just talk to them and feel them out? I love what Ksenija wrote about the window. That is so true!

You are such a loving, fun person that you will find something!

Maybe you should take a math course! LOL!

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KAILYNSTAR 2/25/2012 12:35PM

    It's hard when a person seems to be stuck in a rut and then the old adage of 'well, you're 43, it's all down hill from there.'

Times have changed. Life expectancy has changed.

I remember an actor in an interview said that he turned 40 and hid his head under the covers thinking that it was all over. Then when he turned 80, he basically opened his eyes and realized that he just wasted 40 years. His advice was, 'to get out there! So what if you're 40ish. It's not the end.'

So yes, get out there. Do something that you want. Yes, you may be rejected. The choice is, are you going to let that get to you? Or are you going to just let what happens, happen and then continue on?

Get out from under the covers. Life is about walking on the path. Not stepping to the side being afraid of what's next.

God is smiling on you. He's there for you.


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CARTOONB 2/25/2012 10:36AM

    Mistakes, rejections and failures make us who we are. Imagine how boring you would be if you were perfect.

I do well with numbers. But I have no artistic ability at all (can't sing without making folks cry, can't paint/draw that someone could recognize what it was, craft projects look like the scrap from real projects!) and I don't have a way with words like you do. I love you cos you're you!

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MSKRIS7 2/25/2012 7:41AM

    Be you!! Let your yes be yes and your no be no. Work on you and then when you have developed your boundaries and feel good with you, give to other people. If they reject you dust the dirt from your feet and continue on with other people. Giving of ones self with no expectations always make one feel good about them selves.

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JUNIAATROME 2/25/2012 3:41AM

    Aren't we all scared of rejection? But we can control only the giving part of this. If it gets rejected, well --- it's the receiving end's loss (and they have no idea what they are loosing). So never mind, do your thing the best you can and if a door is shut in your face, turn to the window and enjoy the view. Love you! emoticon

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USFBULL 2/25/2012 12:33AM

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CHERIRIDDELL 2/24/2012 11:59PM

    Even by blogging here you are offering the world a piece of yourself , we your friends get to benefit from what you have to offer and I for one think you are an inspiration.I know you have so much top offer the world we are lucky to be in even a small corner of your world ,you bring your wisdom to us all!

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