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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 12/20/2012 1:07PM

    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!

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SLSALKIL 12/20/2012 1:02PM

    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

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