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Good Deed, Flowers and Drama!

Thursday, December 20, 2012

Well yesterday afternoon I did my good deed for the day...I gave emoticon blood! It made me feel very good knowing that someone gave blood for my Grandmother and Roger. I can give back. I have been giving blood every two months for the last 3 years. I have a collection of t-shirts that I am so proud to wear. I usually pick up a 2 XL t-shirt unfortunately they were out of. So I picked up a xl and it fit! I could not believe it! I cannot remember when the last time was in a emoticon XL t-shirt! Yeah Me! emoticon

Last night, I pickup a flower emoticon arrangement for my Grandmother's service tomorrow. It was purple and silver poinsettias. It was beautiful. Normally, it would have been $50 and that was a little much on my budget. However, since it was in the Christmas emoticon section I brought it for 50% off! What a blessing!

When I got home, a friend of mine tried to bring me into some drama. I cut it off at the pass but I am still bother by her comments. emoticon Why do words hurt so much?
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  • KATRENIAH
    Words hurt, because they're coming from someone you care enough about to think about as a friend. Sometimes I don't think people are aware of how much power they have with their words. Good for you for cutting it off.

    It sounds like things are going okay with you otherwise; just focus on your giving back and celebrating your grandmother's life. Those positives are what deserve your attention!
    1379 days ago
  • SLSALKIL
    Good for you on the smaller t-shirt! emoticon

    As for the comments and drama with friends... Words do hurt. They can be said so easily, but they are hard to forget and impossible to take back.

    Shawna
    1379 days ago
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