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    Attic chairs - bed time story
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    DOGDANCING_TCOS posted:
    I wrote this post years ago for member Sammie. I finally got in on my blog and wanted to re-share it here. The story is still strong and the message still relevant today.

    It does mentioned scars but its not graffic.

    http://gettingthebucksout.blogspot.com/2013/01/attic-chairs.html

    hope all sleep well tonight.
    I'm not really a psychopath, I just play one on the internet.
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    MandyCake responded:
    DDT,

    Your writing was Beautiful, Heartwrenching, moving and insitefull.

    My chair, me, was destroyed by fire, drowned by water, blown apart by the wind and buried in an unmarked area, in an unmarked grave... I fear there is nothing left to be salvaged.

    Gra'
    Bonnie
    Life is the school and Love is the Lesson.

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    slik_kitty replied to MandyCake's response:
    there is always the core, deep inside of us, that is who we truely are. it is often buried deep under all the pain of our past, but it is still there. once we can get rid of what is covering our core, we can rebuild it. we can become who we were truely meant to be. it can take a long time to get there, but in the journey we know that deep inside of us is what we are looking for.


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