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melly2210 posted:
Good morning all....BEEP BEEP

Weather: Already hot and steamy

Sleep: Ehhhh...restless

Mood: anxious...mixed episode

Plans: Go to class. So far I've learned one or two things I haven't already adapted. At least it's an opportunity to get out of the house. DS1 will return from his father's today. I haven't called while he was there to give them both an opportunity to air their issues, I hope anyways. So mentally I will be preparing for discussion and a shoulder for when he returns. Cook spaghetti and meatballs from scratch. Maybe a grocery run. That's about it.

Have a good Monday!


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
bpcookie responded:
Hello my dahlings, beep beep. Hi Melly honey

Weather ....a bit cooler and its threatening to rain.

sleep....not good

mood...pretty good Street signs ( stock talk), play with my dog , I have three craft projects that need to be finished, perahps play LOTRO if my VLSC allows me, chores and call my bro who is in the hospital.

love to all muah
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