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    jselleck posted:
    Hello from Texas. You may have heard of the explosion in West Texas/ Waco. We live about an hour/hour and a half north of there. Matt and I are okay, and while we do not know anyone who lives down there, our hearts go out to them. You may have heard stories of a gas cloud headed our way. The winds have shifted out of the north due to a storm system that came through this morning, so we're okay. If anything changes, I'll keep you guys updated.
    Weather: Grey and overcast. Cold.

    Sleep: Only 7 hrs

    Mood: Tired and sad.

    Plans: Laundry, laundry, laundry. Mainly folding what I've already washed, but still busy. Gonna go work out after Matt leaves for work, then eventually fix dinner and do some reading. Watch the news as much as possible. Take care and have a good day my friends.
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    melly2210 responded:
    Hello there....

    Things just keep getting scarier and scarier in this world. I am glad you guys are ok. And if it's any consolation, they shut down our cruise terminal because a bomb sniffing dog hit on a commercial pallet of alcohol being loaded. Everyone was evacuated. All they know is there was nothing there, but it had been in contact with some kind of explosive.

    Weather: Hot and sunny

    Sleep: About 6 hrs...not enough...was a Temazepam night

    Mood: Accomplished!!!! Proud of myself. Kind of zingy and not sure if it's because of today or hypomania setting in.

    Plans: Went to work today!!! Plant nursery work. Back breaking labor, but I did it and made it the whole day. This particular customer all the people down there hate. No idea why. He was kind, concerned, efficient, but incredibly particular. I enjoyed the work, but won't do it but every once in a while. I hurt...lol. And I am so proud of myself for accomplishing this.

    Hope is that thing with feathers that perches in the soul and sings the tune without the words and never stops... at all. ~Emily Dickinson


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