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  1. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Its good that you can enjoy being alone.
  2. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Do NOT quit blogging. Its a good way to let emotions out. Its great if its informal.
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    Merry Christmas! :)
  4. houghchrst's Avatar
    my animals are real good about not eating stuff, even the kitten but I still am not putting one up this year. I don't feel like cleaning up the mess. I have gotten a few good ideas about how to keep the animals away that I will try next year. No I have never seen that bet it's scary yet comical.
  5. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Better to keep animals away from Christmas trees. They can try to swallow ornaments and choke on them. Ever see the show "My Dog Ate What?" ?
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    I know what you mean about fostering...its hard to see how heartless people are to living creatures. I hope that man brings his dog inside.
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    The Foster dog sounds adorable! Maybe you can name the dog Tootsie? I find lists and notes to myself to be effective but please don't beat yourself up too much over that stuff.

    Thanks again for the comment on my post! I replied back. :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by houghchrst
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    Me too, I may get in bed at 8 but I will read until about 9:30, 10
    It's a great idea to read before bed!
  9. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Thanks for trying to help the cat. Happy Thanksgiving!
  10. houghchrst's Avatar
    Me too, I may get in bed at 8 but I will read until about 9:30, 10
  11. funnylegs4's Avatar
    I find anywhere between 9:00pm and 10:30pm to be the best falling asleep schedule for me.
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    Hope the cardiologist visit goes well. I like ginger tea or tea with a fruit taste if I can't sleep :)
  13. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Sorry about the pipe! :(
  14. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Good luck quieting the smoking. :) Best to you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houghchrst
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    says I have to enter ten characters lol. Just wanted a big smiley face lol Thank you!!
    You're very welcome. I enjoy your posts here as I have said before.
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    says I have to enter ten characters lol. Just wanted a big smiley face lol Thank you!!
  17. funnylegs4's Avatar
    Glad you feel better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by houghchrst
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    Thank you Agate, for some reason, I guess embarrassment, if I think too long on it and then self pity comes in and tells me I'm stupid and pathetic, that terrible self talk that depression brings in and I think I am going to stop but I don't think I will. I use to journal when I was getting clean and sober, then while I was in therapy and pregnant, and brief stints here and there. I think all my journals are full.

    Aahh English, one of my favorite classes. Where I learned to love books. I had a high school teacher who read to us for a bit every morning, Mr. Daunt, he was actually the one who got me hooked on horror. He read a horror short story that terrified me for years. I loved it! Grade A student, wrote a lot of College papers. Did a 13 page paper on cannibalism in the modern world. My teach loved it.

    My mother was an avid reader of all kinds of books but the more she drank and became severely depressed she began to read true crime novels which gave her nightmares she said. I prefer my horror to be fiction, I know how bad the world can be.
    Please just write here. No need to judge yourself. There is a reason these blogs features exist. I mostly use the blog here to post extra details on my films or nonsense. I loved English class too!
  19. agate's Avatar
    Hi Chris,
    I've read quite a few true crime stories, not so much horror fiction. I recall one very unsettling story I read in high school, "To Build a Fire" by Jack London. It's not exactly horror--maybe an adventure story. It's about a man in danger of freezing to death--set in Alaska, I think.

    It's so nice when someone says English class was enjoyable. Many of my students pretty much suffered through it because it was required. I did enjoy seeing how they expressed themselves and what they had to say.
  20. houghchrst's Avatar
    Thank you Agate, for some reason, I guess embarrassment, if I think too long on it and then self pity comes in and tells me I'm stupid and pathetic, that terrible self talk that depression brings in and I think I am going to stop but I don't think I will. I use to journal when I was getting clean and sober, then while I was in therapy and pregnant, and brief stints here and there. I think all my journals are full.

    Aahh English, one of my favorite classes. Where I learned to love books. I had a high school teacher who read to us for a bit every morning, Mr. Daunt, he was actually the one who got me hooked on horror. He read a horror short story that terrified me for years. I loved it! Grade A student, wrote a lot of College papers. Did a 13 page paper on cannibalism in the modern world. My teach loved it.

    My mother was an avid reader of all kinds of books but the more she drank and became severely depressed she began to read true crime novels which gave her nightmares she said. I prefer my horror to be fiction, I know how bad the world can be.
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