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    bpcookie posted:
    Hello all my dahling Beeper peepers

    Weather: still too hot

    Sleep: ok

    Mood: ok so far

    Plans: Not sure yet. Right now I dont feel motivated to do much of anything. I have plenty of things that I could do, just dont feel like it. *shrug*.

    You all have a fab. day. muahs
    The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning. ~Ivy Baker Priest
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    beej5 responded:
    Weather: Cloudy and in low 80's

    Sleep: good

    Mood: stressed out.

    Plans: send email out to gain info because I have not heard from my old counselor up north. Then I can mail out the release of info to people up north.

    beej
     
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    DizzyJgirl responded:
    Afternoon

    Weather: grey, some rain

    Sleep: ok

    Mood: irritable, a bit down but trying

    Plans: still a tiny bit sick but feel better than I did. Need to force myself out to take recycling in. Some cleaning, make dinner.

    At my last app't, my pdoc asked me to describe what I did during the day. ::blank look:: I sounded so pathetic.

    Beej, good luck with your calls.

    Cookie and everyone. Have a good day and be good to yourself. xo
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    mercygive responded:
    Good evening everyone - Try again cuz the first one got deleted (:

    Weather: Hottish

    Sleep: Goodish

    Mood: Sluggish and now a little PO'd

    Plans: Don't know cuz I'm tired of being busy today. I've been searching online animal shelters for a small, female, 1-2 years old, shih tzu, long-haired terrier or some kind of fluffy pup, and one that won't break my back when I have to pick her up. It's so sad to see all of these females that were used for breeding and just thrown away. I would like to take them all home but no I can't (:

    Hope everyone had a peaceful (I know some of you didn't so hugs to yuz) and

    Sweet dreams
    Choose life, God's Grace and humor - mercygive


     
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    bpcookie replied to mercygive's response:
    Mercy hun, Dont worry, you will find the perfect dog. You will see. It happened to me. I was looking on line and found out that a bunch of shelters were coming together on a specific day. We went and sure enough, we found the little stinker. You will have yourself a cute little stinker real soon. hugs
    The world is round and the place which may seem like the end may also be only the beginning. ~Ivy Baker Priest


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