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MISHAMW
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Well Sorry About That...

Monday, January 28, 2013

First off sorry about not being around much. Things have gotten hard fast and it seems as if my world is crumbling around me. Plus my birthday is tomorrow, and I am never a fan of birthdays because I have no friends and no social life. It gets lonely with only my parents. Too bad I can't rent a group of people to hold a birthday party for me.

My health is so-so. I haven't been eating well or working out and I am starting to put on the weight. Not a lot, just a little bit of a difference. But at this point I don't care. My doctor changed my cholesterol medication and the only thing I can tell a difference in is the fact that it makes me super constipated. So not only am I bloated, but I am super bloated.

I really wish I could be writing that I haven't been around much because of the move. But unfortunately the found out about my dad's unemployment a few days before closing and refuse to let us close (we lost financing). On top of all this, my dad has yet to find a job and they called to let us know that if he doesn't find a job within the next 12 days they are putting the house up on the market.

To make matters even worse, our new neighbors that live above us are extremely loud and I have had a headache since they moved in. I am very sensitive to noises and they just cause migraine after migraine, and we might have to deal with them longer than expected if we lose the house.

And though my dad is getting lots of interviews, they aren't hiring him because of the position. He is in a high up QA management position and they are either hired people below or above him. Though as I mentioned before he has been on a ton of interviews. We are hoping this last interview a couple of weeks ago will pan out, but the company has yet to hire someone. Oh well he has one this week too.

I just wanted to let you know that I am still here, I haven't forgotten you all and I hope everything is going well!

Sorry about the rant, but that's where I am at at the moment. I am hoping to get back into Sparking, but I won't be very active for the next few days with the community aspect! But I am here!

Have a good one everyone!

~Misha~
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  • v GRACEMCC45
    Happy Birthday Misha!

    Sorry to hear that things haven't been working out so well with you - just remember "Where attention goes, energy flows, and that thing grows" so try to focus on the positive things in your life and focus your attention there.

    Thanks for the sweet comment on my page - it's true, pregnancy is no excuse if you're physically fit before getting pregnant!
    1278 days ago
  • v AEROBISAURUS
    Thanks for the update. Sorry to hear about your current troubles. Hang in there and keep hoping for the best. I'm glad your still hear even if you are quiet. emoticon

    Oh yeah, emoticon !
    1278 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/29/2013 11:55:04 AM
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    1279 days ago
  • v SWANATOPIA
    Miss you Misha. Sorry to hear about your Dad's job and the house. It's very important that you do everything you can to keep from getting depressed. Don't let it suck you in. With P.C.O.S., depression is all too familiar with me. I fought my entire young life trying to avoid it and everyday was a struggle to lift myself from my pit of despairs. My mother was diagnosed as being bipolar, so I knew the symptoms all to well. Even to this day, I do everything in my power to make sure I do not sink into depression. Even if it causes me to be selfish, such as working on me and others have to fend for themselves. You are young, you are smart, you are a great person and I just know you from Spark! I hope you have a perfect Birthday tomorrow....filled with many blessings!

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    1279 days ago
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