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hello all, i'm off and on.

 

tommarow is going to suck.. i've had 3 differant types of leftovers tonight. but just cant stand anything being wasted. i already feel sick. LOL

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~ I've seen things and experienced things that I didn't remember. I saw something one night, I NEVER remembered. The guy I was dating saw it. and said...(seconds later)  Did you just see that? And I know I saw something like a vague nonfaced memory (like thrity seconds later) ...  but I could NOT bring it back into my mind. My mind blocked it out completely. THAT's how strong your belief filters are. That's how protective your mind is over what you can and cannot handle.

 

You were probably looking at the dome light    :whistle:

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You were probably looking at the dome light     :whistle:

 

~ It wasn't a UFO..... or anything paranormal.  Just something disturbing.

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I was sore after 3 days in a saddle going horseback riding in Arizona.  I don't know how the cowboys did it.  I do understand now why they walked the way they did. :rofl:

 

~  :rofl: :rofl:

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Taken, did you see the movie "The Mothman Prophecies"?  That movie absolutely freaked me out!  That one, and "White Noise". 

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~" Cheers! Roast Booby and coconut milk!"   that's what Les just said..... LOL!    I like that he's got a sense of humor. :thumbsup:

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Taken, did you see the movie "The Mothman Prophecies"?  That movie absolutely freaked me out!  That one, and "White Noise". 

 

~ I didn't see it. I did see White Noise.  I hated it. I'll never watch it again.

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I don't do scary movies often.  They scare me too much! :rofl:

 

I enjoy a good ghost story... that doesn't involve some horrible treatment of people... or form of torture... I can't watch crap like that.

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~ I'm eating Ramen noodles for dinner

 

My throat has been sore. and it's been the only thing all day that has sounded good to me.

 

oh, and yeah, I'm eating dinner at 10:52 pm.... not good. Way our of character for me.

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LOL!  I'm crunching on dry spaghetti noodles right now while I'm answering some emails. 

 

I'm sorry about your sore throat. :console:  I woke up coughing and sniffling this morning but I don't feel too bad.

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~ well nite nite Holly who. I'll Holler at ya tomorrow.  :wave:

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DEATH OF THE NATURE-LOVER.

BY WALTER WHITMAN. 

 

Not in a gorgeous hall of pride

    Where tears fall thick, and loved ones sigh,

Wished he, when the dark hour approached

    To drop his veil of flesh, and die.

 

 

Amid the thundercrash of strife,

    Where hovers War's ensanguined cloud,

And bright swords flash and banners fly

    Above the wounds, and groans, and blood.

 

 

Not there—not there! Death's look he'd cast

    Around a furious tiger's den,

Rather than in the monstrous sight

    Of the red butcheries of men.

 

 

Days speed: the time for that last look

    Upon this glorious earth has come:

The Power he served so well vouchsafes

    The sun to shine, the flowers to bloom.

 

 

Just ere the closing of the day,

    His fainting limbs he needs will have

Borne out into the fresh free air,

    Where sweet shrubs grow, and proud trees wave.

 

 

At distance, o'er the pleasant fields,

    A bay by misty vapors curled,

He gazes on, and thinks the haven

    For which to leave a grosser world.

 

 

He sorrows not, but smiles content,

    Dying there in that fragrant place,

Gazing on blossom, field, and bay,

    As on their Maker's very face.

 

 

The cloud-arch bending overhead,

    There, at the setting of the sun

He bids adieu to earth, and steps

    Down to the World Unknown.

 

 

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:hugegrin:  Geez, Swede, after that tear-jerker, I almost feel guilty wishing everyone a Happy Monday! :rofl:  Beautiful poem, BTW.

 

I do hope everyone had a good weekend.  I have had a couple of really hectic weeks at home and at work, but it feels like everything is settling down now, thank God!  I think my drive up to the mountains by myself on Saturday gave me some much needed "quiet time" to still my thoughts and calm my soul.  I feel SO much better! :thumbsup: 

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You're so welcome!

 

I'm off to do great and wonderful things to piles of paperwork! :hugegrin: Have a happy day, everybody! :wave:

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