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Whirlwind Week
Demons2011 posted:
What a week, mostly pleasant, some even great times. It's Saturday and it feels like Wednesday. I haven't had time to blink or focus on myself - makes for a better time but doesn't resolve some of the issues we all deal with. Kind of feel like the other shoe should be dropping. Oh the ex has been growling at me all day- pick the subject it's there. Time to back away and stay with self. Might go to kids for NU vs UCLA game tonight. Got the wings in the oven slow cooking away. Teriyaki and Hot. Should be tasty, especially washing down with some Killian's Red. Other dishes will be there, deviled eggs, pasta dishes, nacho's and peppers. A dietitian's nightmare. Just so you know my cholesterol is under 200. Not bad for a 60 yr old man who doesn't watch what he eats. I know, bad demon.
BeHapppy118 responded:

I'm glad to hear you've had a good week and that you're back sharing with us. Hope you get to take some time out for yourself. That would make me feel on edge if that where me.

But overall, sounds good!
So, this is my life. And I want you to know that I am both happy and sad and I'm still trying to figure out how that could be.
- Stephen Chbosky

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