Thank you, P! I have wonderful memories of sitting on my dad's lap, my brothers around us, all watching reruns of Star Trek together. And I am happy if I gave you some comfort about your husband. I hope you're doing well, Philippa, I really do!
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You didn't appear uncaring. You don't have to watch every word with me. See, you are caring. It is your saving grace. Your relative, although well meaning, still shouldn't try to make you do something you aren't ready for
I would simply say do not be so hard on yourself, but that never works. Therefore, I will say go easy on yourself. As for family members or naysayers, pretend you are listening, nod your head politely and forget ever damn word they say. People are different! They seem to forget that. I take things very hard...ask any of my friends. I grieve hard and I never forgive myself if I am the one who screws up. People try to put every body in one package. Never, ever works
It'staking them longer to fix it than I expected. Microsoft 8 doesn't take Outlook Express and I tried to use it and screwed things up. Thanks for the comments about the interview. It's nice that the book is still getting interest after four years. As for the trigeminal, it's far from pleasant, but I've had it since January 1994. Usually people in their 80's get it, but I got it in my 40's. It's progressive and gets worse but I have to admit the c-diff, which I hope I am getting over, knocked me on my ass. So does the tn when it acts up but I try to keep on top of it. I hope things are better with you. I know it was hard for you and probably always will be.
From Sylviag Thanks! We love seeing frens1 first FPs evah! The second part of the party is to highlight and share 3 of frens' LOLs that did NOT make FP Would love to have 3 of yours for our Shudda Cudda collection..