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  1. #46
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    ♪♫♪♫♪ Good morning, good morning... ♪♫♪♫♪

    I too am Australia! Never been. But my sister has!

    Quote Originally Posted by neesaki
    Niner, I need to get that Tshirt for my DH, he's an old car buff. And love the jokes! Where do you find this stuff?
    Here's a link to the t-shirt - you can get different colors besides black!

    http://teechip.com/40ies

    It appeared on my Facebook page - and the jokes were from my girlfriend!

    Quote Originally Posted by neesaki
    I really needed to laugh tonight after spending way too much time over on
    Deorr's thread. It's kind of a downer in more ways than one.
    What's going on? I only on thread #16, and I see there a thread #17!! Any arrests?? Maybe I'll skip #16 and go read #17!

    I loved watching the "Golden Girls"!! They were too funny!

    Quote Originally Posted by YESorNO
    My BW came down sooner than I thought it would (my son started school on Monday, so he's not using his computer at home. )
    YEAH!! I was looking for more jokes to post, so PLEASE take over!

    Quote Originally Posted by YESorNO
    No Shame! Defiant Jodi Arias Slams ‘Haters’ In Bombshell Phone Call From Prison
    PLUS listen to Travis Alexander's murderer describe her cushy life behind bars.

    "...The conversation obtained by Radar took place on Sunday, January 10, 2016, and is a 15-minute call, the maximum lengthy allowed by the prison system. Arias, now 35, reached out to Kareem “Lefty” Williams, a rapper who produced a video about her in order to bring awareness to PTSD and domestic violence and Radar has obtained the audio from their conversation..."
    I'm NOT going to listen!! someone tell us what it says, please!

    Sorry - I didn't watch "Making a Murderer"....

    re sending a cockroach to the murderer!

    Quote Originally Posted by YESorNO
    Parents of missing 2-year-old Idaho boy named suspects in his disappearance after being ‘less than truthful,’ sheriff says

    "A missing toddler’s parents have been named suspects in his disappearance after being “less than truthful,” a central Idaho sheriff said Monday.
    Oh WOW! I guess I don't have to read #16 - just go to #17 thread??

    Oh Zuri! JINGLES!! coming your way... it takes time... You are VERY loved!

    Okay - going to post so I can get my stuff done around - and will be back! Yes, that's a threat! LOL!

    ~~Life isn't about waiting for the storms to pass... It's about learning to dance in the rain!~~
    ~~We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience!~~
    ~~Veni, Vidi, Velcro! I came, I saw, I stuck around!~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by neesaki View Post
    Thanks for the quiz, Gigi. I'm Iceland. Hey, did y'all know I believe in elves?

    You may have Viking ancestry. You are somewhat remote and very rugged. Although you can be pretty cold, most people are surprised to learn that you are actually quite temperate. You are highly literate. You were very wealthy until the economic downturn of 2008, which sent your financial status plummeting. However, you are now recovering nicely. Unusual fact about you: you believe in elves.
    LOL, me too!

    I took the elves reference to mean having a vivid imagination and/or open mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YESorNO View Post


    You cannot get rid yourself of emotional pain completely- instead you should invite it up into your awareness and accept it in your life, IMO.

    You need to care enough about yourself to spend time with yourself, looking within, and truly being with yourself. Take the "hurt/pain" and examine it fully. Accept what you’re going through- all your thoughts, feelings, and frustrations- then accept your emotional pain as if you have chosen it.Then when you acknowledge your pain, hurt, anger, etc put it away (in a "box" in your mind to "look" at it when you need to- usually when another "pain" comes) and live your life.

    Your "pain" is part of who you are and will always be part of you - even if you "hide" it from the world or from yourself, for that matter; it will be always there in your mind. You can run away from the pains of your life (like your band aids), but there are times when pain demands your presence, your focus and attention. There are times when pain demands to be felt. So take the time to know your emotional pain- to nourish it, to understand it. Don’t curse your pain- love your pain and it will go away.

    It's OK to feel what you are feeling.

    We are here for you, my dear - so "talk" to us all you want because we have all been there ourselves in some way.

    “Most of our troubles are due to our passionate desire for and attachment to things that we misapprehend as enduring entities.”
    ~Dalai Lama
    Oh, YoN, thank you so much! I would never have been able to write it in the excellent way you did.
    ZURI, ZURI, ZURI - YOU are loved, too. Please don't worry, the pain, too (as well as our happy moments) is just a sign of how much alive we are and of the amount of experiences we have gone through. As YoN said, it's part of you, of me, of all of us.
    We accept so easily the happy moments...and we all have a hard time to go through the sad ones. Me too, I have a kind of reflex to fight against them...until I realize that I can't win. I must accept them as being a part of me. Even if it sounds banal: Take the time it needs to accept them as being part of you.
    We love you no matter wether you are happy and funny or sad and doubtful!

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    Zuri

    I don't even know how to express the depth of loss I felt from one particular dog I had. When I lost her, I felt as though all the losses of the world had buried me. I withdrew, sat in my chair for hours, crying and being silent. No one and nothing could replace my pain. I cannot tell you how many days I sat there ..... I do remember wondering if I had become catatonic. But somehow, I must have gradually returned to a semblance of returning to a rebirth of myself, one that held my beloved dog in my heart forever. A different life, a different path, memories I cherish to this day, and a sadness that never quite leaves totally.

    Sending love, hugs, and hope your way, dear Zuri.
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    This is so sweet !

    Bloodhound Unknowingly Runs Half Marathon
    When April Hamlin let her dog outside one Saturday morning - it was so that she could get some fresh air. Yet, little did she know that her pup named Ludivine actually had a big day ahead of her.
    http://www.faithtap.com/5657/bloodho...-marathon/?f=1
    Be still and know that I am GOD. Psalm 46:10

    Don't judge others or let people bother you!

    Smile and have a blessed day!

    Dottie Rambo - Sheltered In The Arms Of God
    https://youtu.be/61Q1mDT1QLM?list=RD61Q1mDT1QLM

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    Hey!

    I haven't "refreshed" yet - just got back from doing stuff...

    Those Holocaust articles that YESorNO posted here for us would be a good start for our Holocaust Thread. If you want - I will ask one of the Mods "where" I can start the thread - and if YESorNO doesn't mind my using her articles - I will start one when I get the "okay" - okay??

    Have to tell you all about my experience at the dentist - okay the technician has me leave my bridge in to take an impression - first try - nope - the bridge is not letting her take the impression; so she has my rinse and clean up the bridge, so I take it out - and out pops my loose tooth! YEA!!! No pain at all! So she trys a 2nd impression with the bridge in, nope - doesn't work the second time; so the third time she has me leave the bridge out - finally got an impression! They are just going to add a tooth to my bridge instead of getting a bottom denture - cheaper that way too! another Yea!!

    There was something else that popped into my head I wanted to write about - but it went "Poof" from my head... I'll think about it! LOL!

    Okay - posting...

    ~~Life isn't about waiting for the storms to pass... It's about learning to dance in the rain!~~
    ~~We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience!~~
    ~~Veni, Vidi, Velcro! I came, I saw, I stuck around!~~

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    Wink

    Ok I remembered!

    I did the laundry this morning, and the Huz put up a clothesline for me, so I don't use the dryer - saving energy, ya know! So I did the laundry, but don't tell him don't tell the Huz, but I used the dryer for about 20 minutes to dry my jeans - I HAD to!! Otherwise they won't shrink and will be baggy - cause I lost weight... I don't do baggy! Remember - don't tell on me!



    See you all tomorrow! Going to watch the Australian Open Semi Finals - Djokovic vs. Federer!

    ~~Life isn't about waiting for the storms to pass... It's about learning to dance in the rain!~~
    ~~We are not human beings having a spiritual experience, we are spiritual beings having a human experience!~~
    ~~Veni, Vidi, Velcro! I came, I saw, I stuck around!~~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Niner View Post
    Hey!

    I haven't "refreshed" yet - just got back from doing stuff...

    Those Holocaust articles that YESorNO posted here for us would be a good start for our Holocaust Thread. If you want - I will ask one of the Mods "where" I can start the thread - and if YESorNO doesn't mind my using her articles - I will start one when I get the "okay" - okay??

    Have to tell you all about my experience at the dentist - okay the technician has me leave my bridge in to take an impression - first try - nope - the bridge is not letting her take the impression; so she has my rinse and clean up the bridge, so I take it out - and out pops my loose tooth! YEA!!! No pain at all! So she trys a 2nd impression with the bridge in, nope - doesn't work the second time; so the third time she has me leave the bridge out - finally got an impression! They are just going to add a tooth to my bridge instead of getting a bottom denture - cheaper that way too! another Yea!!

    There was something else that popped into my head I wanted to write about - but it went "Poof" from my head... I'll think about it! LOL!

    Okay - posting...

    Niner ... Hope4More is starting a thread and has submitted it. I've wanted to do this for a long time! I contacted Bessie earlier today and was approved and it will be up soon in the Parking Lot.

    Correction: Jury Room.
    Last edited by daisymae; 01-27-2016 at 10:07 PM. Reason: added

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisymae View Post
    Niner ... Hope4More is starting a thread and has submitted it. I've wanted to do this for a long time! I contacted Bessie earlier today and was approved and it will be up soon in the Parking Lot.


    Hi....just looked. The new Holocaust thread is actually in the Jury Room, and exists very much thanks to Daisy, not me.

    Looking forward to reading what gets posted there.
    RIP, Cassini. To her tireless overseers- job well done.


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    Dear sweet Zuri, I'm so sorry you're feeling such grief. You just hang in there lady. You will come out of this, it will lessen over time. Yet the whole time thing is so difficult for us to understand and comprehend and accept. But I totally understand, I so understand. I still cry for the baby we lost a few years ago. And I don't know what I would do if something happened to my furbaby now. He's like my child. We call him "little boy" and "baby boy" and "mama's baby" and "daddy's baby" and "my sweet baby". We develop such love and strong attachments and bond with them. I'm crying with you right now. Love and (((hugs))) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zuri View Post
    Good Afternoon my lovely SB friends. The sun is out and the snow is melting, the cold wind blowing. I haven't set a foot outside since last Friday. My German Shepherds are loving the snow and spend so much time out back, running and playing.

    I can't seem to get out of bed today, so I am accepting that today is another grieving day. Yesterday, the tears wouldn't stop. I don't know if anyone has ever felt this way, but do you ever feel like you use up a whole box of bandaids putting them on to cover the metaphorical hurt, the wound, the cut? I feel like I have used so many over the years and they all just got ripped off.

    I am grieving not just the loss of my beloved horse, but the years of losses, pain, disappointments and disillusionments. I am raw. I haven't allowed myself to feel this raw in years, because bandaids were a whole lot more convenient to assuage the pain and hurt. I am seeking solace where I can, albeit a temporary reprieve. The old adage that time heals all wounds must have been said before the invention of bandaids.

    How do you let go? I am in pain avoidance mode that is completely malfunctioning. I recognize that my PTSD has been triggered and the more I try to regain control, the more out of inner control I feel.

    No one but you all even know about any of this, because I don't share this in my daily life. Therapy has put a logical spin on things, but does the emotional part ever really heal? Or will it only ever be just perspective I can hope for?

    I know you all have been in this place at one point or another. I know many of you have bandaids too, holding the broken pieces together, that no one ever sees. I have decided to move on to duct tape instead of bandaids. Because yes, I have 87,000 rolls of that too.

    Thank you all for being here for me. You are loved.
    My dear Zuri, I can't possibly offer better advice than has already been given. I especially love the comments by Atthelake and YesorNo (I think she came back just in time), but I will add a little to what others have said.

    Mentally and emotionally coming to terms with things can take some time, but that time can be eased and shortened a bit by letting your body do its thing. Left to its own devices, our physical beings respond in such amazing ways to emotional distress, if we can let go enough mentally to simple allow them, and trust that our bodies (where our emotions reside) know what's best for us.

    Tears are more than just a salty fluid that falls from our eye ducts. Crying is an essential part of the purging process, a catharsis that helps to wash away the psychic pain. Sleep and bed-rest also help facilitate the emotional healing that our mind/spirit are seeking to achieve. This is especially important when there is a cognitive dissonance between the reality that is and the reality that we wish to be true. Much more than being physically restorative, sleep and rest give our souls time to reconcile those things behind the scenes (in our subconscious).

    An additional "therapy" -- and I know this is going to sound strange -- but I got onto this from a healer whom I deeply respect, and it has worked for me: Go outside without a coat. Now is perfect, while it's cold out. Stand out there and breathe the cold air and feel your body tense up. Soon you'll start shivering, but that's the point. Shivering sends spasms through your body as it tries to warm itself up. But those spasms, much like tears, act to release all that pent-up stuff; all that negative energy. I know it sounds a bit crazy, but trust me; it works wonders.

    Allowing yourself to acknowledge the pain, and giving yourself and your body the "okay" to deal with it without fear of judgment (from yourself or others), will go a long way towards getting back to stasis.

    And please, I hope you'll give yourself credit for having had the courage and humility to reach out. We fool ourselves into thinking that we're individuals. In reality, we're all connected. Just as the cells in your body want to work together to protect you and help you heal, so do the people who care about you.

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    GOOD MORNING AND SMILE!!

    I love you all. It's me. I have love to spare. If you need some of my love, take some. Take extra and spread it around. Because I am sure of one thing. My heart is always overflowing with love. Nothing can stop that.
    Be still and know that I am GOD. Psalm 46:10

    Don't judge others or let people bother you!

    Smile and have a blessed day!

    Dottie Rambo - Sheltered In The Arms Of God
    https://youtu.be/61Q1mDT1QLM?list=RD61Q1mDT1QLM

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    OK a question? Where do I find the Jury Room?
    Be still and know that I am GOD. Psalm 46:10

    Don't judge others or let people bother you!

    Smile and have a blessed day!

    Dottie Rambo - Sheltered In The Arms Of God
    https://youtu.be/61Q1mDT1QLM?list=RD61Q1mDT1QLM

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    Quote Originally Posted by coffeejunkie View Post
    OK a question? Where do I find the Jury Room?
    http://www.websleuths.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=299431

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