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Acesheart

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a joyous Christmas :) ! Now what is your New Years Wish? Hugs, to all. Truly, Ace :)

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Iridewheelies

My New Years wish is for 13 to be as totally friggin awesome as the past few months have been

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chickentuna

to enjoy life..you never know when it will be ripped away from you..or if someone else will be ripped away from your life... </3

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Createss Galore

Two Resolutions

My resolution is:

to be more kind to myself, and therefore to others,

and to use the strength that I get from this site to hold my head up higher.

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Acesheart

I got part of my new years wish, but my resolutions to be kinder to in laws, that shit has went into the trash. They aren't worthy of my kind hearted deeds. Turn the other cheek has a new meaning. LOL..

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Createss Galore

What? No You Didn't.

....They aren't worthy of my kind hearted deeds....LOL..

Don't you want more blessings??? Go to the city dump and dig around until you find that resolution!!! Carefully bear it home, wash it and yourself up, and do it some more. :harharhar: It's the ones who don't deserve it who bring us the most returns, the largest increase, and the greatest blessings. But sometimes it does take awhile.

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Acesheart
Don't you want more blessings??? Go to the city dump and dig around until you find that resolution!!! Carefully bear it home, wash it and yourself up, and do it some more. :harharhar: It's the ones who don't deserve it who bring us the most returns, the largest increase, and the greatest blessings. But sometimes it does take awhile.

Hey Createss, 22 years is what they got! I on the other hand got the ulcers bleeding again, since Thanksgiving. Anyone who knows me, has talked with me knows I give all I have. I get too involved. I'm one of silly "I can change the world people" I'm 49 now and I have lived half my life trying to make these people love me :( . I'm tired! Nomore pork chop bones around my neck to draw them in. They are on their own. I huge with volunteering and charitable actions. They will no longer be on that list. Only so much a person can take.

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Createss Galore

Sorry For Your Bleeding Ulcers

Hey Createss, 22 years is what they got! I on the other hand got the ulcers bleeding again, since Thanksgiving....

I'm so sorry to hear about your bleeding ulcers. I've never had that and can only image how painful it must be. Of course you would want to remove yourself from circumstances that cause and aggravate that, and any other condition.

Yes, I'm not one to be a door mat either, nor to keep putting myself in the path of abuse.

I do believe in loving and praying for toxic people from afar.:harharhar:

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Createss Galore
be less of a potato and more of a swan

Ginger:

What does this mean? I can be pretty dense :confused: with things like this. Please elaborate. I know a swan is prettier...

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Ginger:

What does this mean? I can be pretty dense :confused: with things like this. Please elaborate. I know a swan is prettier...

Hey Createss, your not dense, I missed it too. :gigglegiggle:

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Createss Galore

Ginger Moose Where Are You?

Hey Createss, your not dense, I missed it too. :gigglegiggle:

Ginger Moose, where ar-r-r-e you. We're wait-a-a-a-ting...:dontknow:

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