Lonely on a Friday Night? Join Us!


(For those of you who wondered about Dale's surgery recovery --video of that was on the blog this morning)

It's that time again. Join us and comment back and forth all evening. Anyone who wants to can jump on and check in, talk about anything, ask questions, flirt, talk about what you're drinking or watching on TV. It's all good. You may begin now...

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  1. Of course, Mister Sharaf;
    I want to call you MS for short, because I usually abbreviate but that sounds like a disease, hmm?

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  2. I have a feeling I might be shoveling later.

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  3. Throw a snowball at yourself for me, Pangs.

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  4. From first glance, it doesn't look like good packin' snow, but it might shape up soon enough.

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  5. Good, stuff some down your pants too for me. That's what I would do if I were there. I wore shorts all day, buddy, in the 60s.

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  6. Ah, no snow for you. That's so sad!

    Me and the dog will go roll around in it. I'm sure I'll get some down the pants.

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  7. Hey, if anyone is interested in chatting, I'm just sitting here in my toxic household waiting for the environmental team to arrive in the morning and tell me if I can still live here. I'll explain if you want.

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  8. The folks upstairs had a water heater burst. It rained down into my utility room and for 2 weeks it made a moldy mess. For two weeks my bedroom has smelled like stinky butt and I've been having a constant head cold and feeling like shit. So, today I go out to open my utility room and find the walls black with mold, everything soaked and moldy. I then think--oh shit! My bedroom is on the other side of that wall. I go into my bedroom and pull back the dresser and the carpet is black with mold and mushrooms growing! Yeah! Nasty! They're sending out an environmental team tomorrow but I suspect I'm going to be put up in a hotel for a while to say the least.

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  9. Hello, I made it. I wanted to get a couple of posts ready for the next couple of days.

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  10. Hey Sis;
    I can relate. Hope you found some cool stuff!

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  11. One is my video of my room and the other is on Desert Center. I am watching GA right now and it is good. So, you think you will have to go to a hotel?

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  12. Sis;
    I'll know tomorrow but it sounds like they will need to get me out of here while they clear it. I'm not too thrilled since I work from home. I also don't like having people in my place without me there. We will see. Hey, thanks for telling me to use itunes store. It's so fucking easy to get music. Amazon was a nightmare figuring out how to put it into my itunes and I'm still trying to figure that out. I have two albums the reloaded for me to put up but now I'm scared to touch them. Am listening to radiohead now.

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  13. Sis;
    I'll know tomorrow but it sounds like they will need to get me out of here while they clear it. I'm not too thrilled since I work from home. I also don't like having people in my place without me there. We will see. Hey, thanks for telling me to use itunes store. It's so fucking easy to get music. Amazon was a nightmare figuring out how to put it into my itunes and I'm still trying to figure that out. I have two albums the reloaded for me to put up but now I'm scared to touch them. Am listening to radiohead now.

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  14. Sis;
    I'll know tomorrow but it sounds like they will need to get me out of here while they clear it. I'm not too thrilled since I work from home. I also don't like having people in my place without me there. We will see. Hey, thanks for telling me to use itunes store. It's so fucking easy to get music. Amazon was a nightmare figuring out how to put it into my itunes and I'm still trying to figure that out. I have two albums the reloaded for me to put up but now I'm scared to touch them. Am listening to radiohead now.

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  15. Sis;
    I'll know tomorrow but it sounds like they will need to get me out of here while they clear it. I'm not too thrilled since I work from home. I also don't like having people in my place without me there. We will see. Hey, thanks for telling me to use itunes store. It's so fucking easy to get music. Amazon was a nightmare figuring out how to put it into my itunes and I'm still trying to figure that out. I have two albums the reloaded for me to put up but now I'm scared to touch them. Am listening to radiohead now.

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  16. Sis;
    I'll know tomorrow but it sounds like they will need to get me out of here while they clear it. I'm not too thrilled since I work from home. I also don't like having people in my place without me there. We will see. Hey, thanks for telling me to use itunes store. It's so fucking easy to get music. Amazon was a nightmare figuring out how to put it into my itunes and I'm still trying to figure that out. I have two albums the reloaded for me to put up but now I'm scared to touch them. Am listening to radiohead now.

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  17. That will be a bummer if you have to spend some time in a hotel but at least they will be paying for it. You will have to take lots of your stuff with you. It will be better than you staying in your apartment if it is toxic.

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  18. True. I think it bites butt because I am not a good packer. I want everything with me and I hate that in a hotel I can't just have my things handy that I'm use to having. I will be forced to work on the last few chapters of my book and start the edit which is the blessing. I always say there's something good in everything bad that happens. I suspect they will have to tear the wall open. The plug outlet doesn't work there which makes me think--water damage. Once it's in the wall, the drywall will have to come out and be put back up and the carpeting and who knows with the fan blowing all night where the spores have landed. Hopefully they can test it all and be sure. This never ending head cold feeling is no fun.

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  19. Will you have to get rid of anything in your room; your furniture? From what I remember of my Mom's experience, you could be in a hotel up to two weeks which would be a bummer.

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  20. Yeah. Lots of unknown. I know sometimes once it's in a place, the spores can be moved through the air system and everything can be affected. It depends on the type of mold how they handle it too. I would be devastated if everything in my new bachelor girl place was trashed. It's so me and all picked with such loving care for my new life. If I lose the things in my bedroom, I won't be too happy either. I just bought a 2000 dollar sleep number bed and furniture and bedding and my happy single girl's sex mirror above the bed. Hey, a gal has to have something to hope to use some day. I will let you know tomorrow when the cleanup team has left and I know what the plans are.

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  21. Ok, I would rather see you leave there if the air is bad than stay and continue breathing it in.

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  22. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  23. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  24. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  25. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  26. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  27. Tell me about it. If my work is understanding about it, I can leave. The problem is that they make me make up the hours within a week of taking days off, so that would mean the week I come back, I'd have to make up the missing hours and do my regular hours. I don't know how the fuck that's possible, but I work for a freaking sweat shop. If I can get off and not have to make it up, I might not get paid, but at least I wouldn't be killing myself to make it up and the blasted apartment complex can pay me for my time off.

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  28. I was worried about it. I'm keeping good documentation in case. They did get smart enough to call in a team. They were going to just buy bleach and have the maintenance dude spray it. Oh no, that's not gonna do it. So, they did offer a hotel room tonight. I have to be here in the morning for the team and I am working tomorrow from my home office, so I stayed. I closed off my bedroom door and am camping in the living room. It's always an adventure with me. You just never know what will happen next. At least this wasn't one of my Lucille Ball moments.

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  29. Yeah, it will all work out. It is very slow here tonight, everyone must be busy tonight.

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  30. It comes and goes. Jeez, New Year's Eve was shockingly busy. I guess I'm not the only anti-new-years person. Hey, is GA on yet on your channel?

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  31. Yeah, it was on at 7:00 and again at 9:00. I might just watch it again because I was posting during the first show and missed some of it. I thought it was pretty good. I love the addition of the horror bad-boys.

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  32. Now, if those boys would get Michael Myers in his mask to do it, I'd be so turned on. I can't explain why I have an instant arousal whenever I see him. I am one sick gal.

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  33. I am a sick gal too because I totally understand where you are coming from, lol.

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  34. That tall dude in the most authentic MM costume I've ever seen used to knock at my door every Halloween and every Halloween the sight of him silent in that mask and the hair popping out of it and the dusty overalls and that huge (real) knife in his hand made my knees tremble. I'm not into Leatherface, Jason, Hannibal or the others, just MM. Maybe cause he kind of reminds me of some the big dumb jocks I had crushes on in school, I think they all tilted their heads kinda like him too, like a dog seeing something it doesn't understand.

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  35. That tall dude in the most authentic MM costume I've ever seen used to knock at my door every Halloween and every Halloween the sight of him silent in that mask and the hair popping out of it and the dusty overalls and that huge (real) knife in his hand made my knees tremble. I'm not into Leatherface, Jason, Hannibal or the others, just MM. Maybe cause he kind of reminds me of some the big dumb jocks I had crushes on in school, I think they all tilted their heads kinda like him too, like a dog seeing something it doesn't understand.

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  36. That tall dude in the most authentic MM costume I've ever seen used to knock at my door every Halloween and every Halloween the sight of him silent in that mask and the hair popping out of it and the dusty overalls and that huge (real) knife in his hand made my knees tremble. I'm not into Leatherface, Jason, Hannibal or the others, just MM. Maybe cause he kind of reminds me of some the big dumb jocks I had crushes on in school, I think they all tilted their heads kinda like him too, like a dog seeing something it doesn't understand.

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  37. That tall dude in the most authentic MM costume I've ever seen used to knock at my door every Halloween and every Halloween the sight of him silent in that mask and the hair popping out of it and the dusty overalls and that huge (real) knife in his hand made my knees tremble. I'm not into Leatherface, Jason, Hannibal or the others, just MM. Maybe cause he kind of reminds me of some the big dumb jocks I had crushes on in school, I think they all tilted their heads kinda like him too, like a dog seeing something it doesn't understand.

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  38. That tall dude in the most authentic MM costume I've ever seen used to knock at my door every Halloween and every Halloween the sight of him silent in that mask and the hair popping out of it and the dusty overalls and that huge (real) knife in his hand made my knees tremble. I'm not into Leatherface, Jason, Hannibal or the others, just MM. Maybe cause he kind of reminds me of some the big dumb jocks I had crushes on in school, I think they all tilted their heads kinda like him too, like a dog seeing something it doesn't understand.

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  39. LOL, he does remind me of the jocks at my high school. Now most of them are fat and bald. At least MM can hide that under the mask and his coveralls.

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  40. Yeah, true. I am watching a scariest places in america episode. Why the hell are all ghosts either children playing in hallways or women in white grieving? Hmm???

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  41. I don't know, but that is an interesting question. When is GA on for you?

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  42. oops, the new eppy of GA is on again at 10:00... my bad!

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  43. Not till 10. I'm watching a repeat episode--the butterworth mortuary. So, the trip to the desert towns--which one are you more excited to experience?

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  44. hey, I just finished a six of Carlsburg and waiting for a ride out the door....enjoy your evening ;)

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  45. So is this still going? I've been hiding under my pillow until about 5 minutes ago.

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  46. All of them... the Vulture Mines has a great history and lots of paranormal activity; Desert Center and Salton Sea will be amazing photo ops for me. You will be able to make fun vids too. Also I am hoping for junk to find and take home to use in my craft projects. I like the idea of being in an entire abondaned town.

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  47. Soraya;
    what's with the pillow?

    Julie;
    I am equally excited about both towns but I think spiritually Salton Sea will just feel really cool and creepy-ass abandoned town-wise, Desert Center will win. We'll be staying in Joshua Tree and that is the single creepiest desert location of all time.

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  48. Joshua Tree sounds great, I can't wait! For Montana, I am bringing my camera but have two disposable ones just in case some of the activities will be rough. I wouldn't want to break my camera because I need it for our trip in February.

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  49. Adsila;
    The disposable ones in that kind of icy cold--good choice. You can always photoshop them to enhance the colors and contrasts if they come out kind of wimpy. Yeah, we need to be sure go to through Joshua Tree near sunset and it looks like the walking undead.

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  50. Adsila;
    The disposable ones in that kind of icy cold--good choice. You can always photoshop them to enhance the colors and contrasts if they come out kind of wimpy. Yeah, we need to be sure go to through Joshua Tree near sunset and it looks like the walking undead.

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  51. Adsila;
    The disposable ones in that kind of icy cold--good choice. You can always photoshop them to enhance the colors and contrasts if they come out kind of wimpy. Yeah, we need to be sure go to through Joshua Tree near sunset and it looks like the walking undead.

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  52. Adsila;
    The disposable ones in that kind of icy cold--good choice. You can always photoshop them to enhance the colors and contrasts if they come out kind of wimpy. Yeah, we need to be sure go to through Joshua Tree near sunset and it looks like the walking undead.

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  53. Adsila;
    The disposable ones in that kind of icy cold--good choice. You can always photoshop them to enhance the colors and contrasts if they come out kind of wimpy. Yeah, we need to be sure go to through Joshua Tree near sunset and it looks like the walking undead.

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  54. I have had/Am having a busy week, and a lot of people are demanding crap from me, and I have a crappy situation with a guy, And on top of it all, I got the period from HELL with terrible cramps. Lmfao! So the pillow was a perfect place to hide... After I chucked my cell phone into the darkest deepest depths of my closet.

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  55. Soraya;
    Sounds miserable! When it rains it pours. Oh, bad analogy. Hee hee. If a guy makes you that upset, not a good sign. The right guy should make you feel amazing and adored, special and unique and like someone totally "gets" you.

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  56. Oh no, the guy isn't making me upset. Lmao. It's all such a long story.
    Went on a date with him About 2 weeks ago... It went well... He even texted me telling me he had a good time. 2 days later, I tried to get ahold of him... Nothing.
    I haven't heard from him since. There's no reason to my knowledge. None at all. He'll message my friend. But not me. So He's aggravating me. (I've known him since middle school as well...So it's not just some stranger)

    The whole people demanding crap from me... X.x that's what's really been kicking my ass. I feel like I'm being stretched out wayyyyy too thin and people keep taking pieces of me, and there's almost nothing left to give.

    I need like.. a vacation. To Tahiti. With a Gorgeous Male Model named Andrei Andrei. lol!!

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  57. Sis; Yeah, I would rather have a disposable camera when snowmobiling and dog sledding. Our trip is going to be fun.

    Soraya; sorry you are having a bad night.

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  58. Adsila: Thanks. Lol It's no issue. Figure a Pillow is a lot softer than a rock to hide under for a bit. ^.^

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  59. What about a trip to Russia with a Russian male model? I remembered that one. You and your Europe getaway--you need to do that! Have you seen the movie "He's Just Not That Into You?" Oh yeah, the wisest movie in all the universe. When I was first single on my own, lots of guys paid me attention. They were either permanent bachelors, flighty, used to having women chasing them, or married! If a guy really wants you, nothing in the world would stop him from pursuing you. Since none of those men kept pursuing me, it's obvious they didn't really want me. It takes so very little for a guy to say he's truly interested. It's not the obvious, it's that moment when he notices something about you and then presents you with that thing as if to say "I heard you. I see you. I know you." There's talkers and there's doers in men. You might have found a talker. So far as all the people pulling you in every direction, teach them to do for themselves. Sometimes, I present it like a question with a choice, "well, so are you going to go be taking your things from your ex's in your car or find a friend with a truck?" I say this assuming that they were about to ask if I will use my car.

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  60. I wouldn't mind Russia either. I do feel the need for warmth right now though... Which could still be acquired in Russia with said Russian Male Model... But that would involve staying inside. Where as in Tahiti with said Romanian Male Model... (Which I'm still ok with... He can learn Russian :-p) I can prance around on the beach half naked with him and still be warm, While working on my tan.
    If I were to do that In Russia... Might get Hypothermia. :-p

    I figured I found a talker. It still sucks. I just have to keep telling myself that that's what happened and my 6'3+ Russian/Eastern European is still on his way to find me. I found an area in town that I've started walking in that seems to have a bunch of Eastern Europeans... Walking around, I hear a bunch of Slavic sounding languages, so once school starts.. I think I've found my territory to go study in. ^.^

    Meanwhile, I can bounce around to happy belly dance bagpipe music. ^.^

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  61. I want to take a trip to Italy and other European countries. That would be fun. My sister-in-law is backpacking with friends for a two week trek in Europe. I am jealous!
    )<:

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  62. Soraya;
    If you do that in Russia, you have thick skin! I was in shorts today. It was in the mid 60s and I had the windows open. I considered going to the pool (heated) but I had a day from hell so I passed on it. I hope we have another cold rain before winter ends here. I really need all the cold I can so I can try to remember it during the hot season from March to November. A warm beach sounds kind of nice. I haven't been on a warm beach since 1985--Hawaii. No kidding. I've been to the beaches in CA, but contrary to people's images of them, the water is in the 60s, it's foggy and cold.

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  63. Well this gal is getting tire and will be off to bed. Sis, let me know what happens tomorrow. Soraya, good night!

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  64. Good night, sis! Dream of us descending upon Italy and driving the Italians crazy.

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  65. Haha! If I were in Russia, I would probably still do it. It's next to Finland, And I KNOW they go run around naked in the snow. Lol, So... Do as the Finns do. And then send the body into shock by running into a hot sauna. Sounds like fun :-p

    But yeah... I would love Tahiti. Florida is alright... But the guys here suck, and the beach is cold and windy right now. Granted, I can still wear shorts (We have a warm spell during our Bi polar winter... I had a skirt on and mid shin boots for a job interview today) but yeah. Le sigh. Lol!

    I hear ya about the pacific. That's a cold one!! I remember that from when I went to San Diego. >.<

    Goodnight Adsila!

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  66. Soraya;
    I expect to see pics of your from Europe some time. Right now, if I could be anywhere, I'd pick an isolated cabin in the snow with a yummy man and no way out for weeks...

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  67. Oh sigh, that sounds WONDERFUL! I wouldn't mind that either.
    I so hope that I have the means to get over there soon. Things seem to be falling into place a little bit more now... So Hopefully it's a sign. :-p
    Although, I have scheduled myself a day off from life next Thursday, where I have decided to say Eff everyone and keep my phone off and avoid the interwebz at all costs. :-p

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  68. Smart girl! Time away is crucial. I walked out on my patio today in the warm sunlight to go to the utility room and I stopped for a second and thought,"it would be so nice to just sit here in the sun and read." I haven't read since I moved out in early September. I work and then when I'm done with work, I get my chores done and my evenings are purely writing my books. I have no life. I am planning more escapes so I get time off now and then. I just haven't stopped to breathe and enjoy myself. The trip to San Diego at Xmas was nice. Even with the icy nonstop rain, that hotel room and its fireplace and the sounds of howling winds outside was romantic and charming and I had no work to go to, no chores to do. Very blissful. I forgot what it's like to just be human for a while instead of a machine.

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  69. With the way people have been to me lately, Next Thursday will come as a blessing. Lol!
    I feel like a free therapist for friends now...
    One friend is going through an eating disorder, One friend is going through a bunch of crap, another is literally turning EVERYTHING I say into something about her... (Seriously, I say I'm emotionally drained from helping my friend with her disorder, she says Oh me too! I had to work today. I tell her my ovaries are killing me! she says "Me too! mine just finished!" i tell her my face is breaking out, she says "me too! Mine's starting to clear up" ... So I feel like she's trying to suck me into a world that revolves around her, and her only. >.<) There's so much other stuff too...
    And then I'm helping with CPR classes (Ironically, to Nursing students of my college. I'm not even in the program yet.)
    Pet sitting over my spring break (I'm welcome to stay at the house and use the hot tub though. I'm thinking it'll just be like a beach retreat. :-p)
    Hopefully getting a job soon.. Which would be amazing.
    30-35 hours a week... it has Health Insurance, 9 bucks an hour, plus commission, bunch of other perks. Hopefully that'll work out.

    But yeah. It's exhausting me.

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  70. Here I thought Dale had a vasectomy. Or got the girly drunk and was doing things under that pillow. Whatever happens? I'd toss that Origins pillow and get a new one! ;)

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  71. So sorry to hear about the housing situation! That is such a terrible inconvenience; especially since you have to make up time missed. But hopefully, the sinus issues will go away once your out.

    So; there's that! :)

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  72. Brenda;
    Yeah, that pillow is just corrupted for me at this point, but he knew that, the little booger.

    Soraya;
    Best of luck on the job front! I know what it's like to be everyone's therapist. I am fine with it, except for needy people who want you to make decisions for them. I work hard to give people tools so they can leave me and go out in the world and use the tools and pass them on. I don't understand asking other people to make your decisions for them. I am not a sheep. I listen to people's advice and if I hear enough of the same advice, I pay it lots of attention, but still I know me and my goals and I have my life plan. I love that friend you described. Did you ever see that SNL skit with that chick who has to one-up everyone. You say you went on vacation and she says "I went on vacation too. For two years. To Europe." haha

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  73. Thanks Brenda. I should feel better just sleeping in the living room tonight. I sleep in my room with the door closed and the fan running on high so I can't hear the neighbors doing the nasty deed. I'm sure that didn't help me much.

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  74. Thanks :) I need it. X.x
    And I don't mind, but like I said, I really feel like I've given too much of myself away and there's not enough for me. I need me time. Lol!
    And I never saw that, but god, I swear she'd probably do that too. Lmao!! It's starting to drive me crazy.
    And I must be PMSing because I just saw a commercial with chocolate cake on it and I instantly started drooling. LMAO! mmm

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  75. Oh yes, the lure of chocolate. My thing for PMS used to be nutella and peanut butter heated together with a banana dipped into it. I had horrendous periods, so several years ago I had the inside of my uterus burned out so I get no periods-no babies-no PMS. It's a dream. I guess, for a guy, I'd be a dream come true, huh?

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  76. Mmmm... Nutella and peanut butter. I swear you and I could have been twins separated at birth. That procedure you speak of? The best.

    I do hope you sleep well tonight. I have some things to do yet; as I'm behind. You could have the guest room but you're far to far away!

    Seems as though everyone helping others are needing some downtime/self care right now. No matter how grounded and balanced. I'm calling it the 'post holiday, I want to lean on you blues.'

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  77. Oh my god, that sounds AMAZING! ... Why'd you have to go and put that in my mind? Lmao! I just ate my last banana. Lol!!

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  78. We're baaad girls; but never mean girls.That would be wrong.

    Where are the rest of your peeps, sis?

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  79. I can make it worse. One night, I dumped walnuts into the nutella peanut butter mix and broke the banana into pieces and dumped it in there and at it with a spoon. I swear, licking that spoon was the most sensual thing in the world. Oh, dear,did I make it worse for you? I have to admit, a glass of ovaltine or cup of hot cocoa gives me my choc fix nowadays. I used to have the addiction so bad that I would rather eat chocolate than anything in the world. When I was modeling, I literally made the decision--three chocolate chip cookies or a lunch? The cookies won every time.

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  80. Peeps are lame-o tonight. New Years was great, but some Friday's they're just up and gone. I feel like the only dateless person in the universe. Well, once they're snowed in we might get them back on here again.

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  81. I kind of want a Banana Split now. Lol!
    And don't worry, I shall remain dately.. Until my eastern european hotty comes and saves me. I've had one date in One year and 4 months. It's rather sad. Lmfao!!

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  82. Have a good one. Too much red wine here.

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  83. Okay, when a young beauty like you in FL can't find a guy, there's something wrong with the whole stinking state! I hope you hold out for the European man. I suspect he would know how to show you his appreciation and adoration. I dreamed my whole life of having a man who would look at me and say, "wow, you're beautiful." So simple. Lots of lame guys out there. I told my ex "it would take so little for me to stay. Just one compliment--ever, just a kiss now and then." I was like a geisha for him and he completely ignored me and never appreciated what he had. Stupid, stupid. I was walking in San Diego near the museums with my son and his fiancee and an elderly couple walked in front of us holding hands. I said, "I want that! When I'm that age, I want a man who still holds my freaking hand."

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  84. Sucio;
    What time is it there, dear? My goodness, you must make an early morning of it.

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  85. Yes, this entire state is corrupt. I'm convinced. Stupid Florida and wanting the stupid Barbie looking person with Platinum blond hair, Leathery skin and the personality of a razor! :-)
    Mr. European Man won't know what hit him. Lmao!!
    I think I have to find the place where I would be like.. a Delicacy. Bahahahaha.

    And I'm sure you will find that. Personality alone could win a decent guy over for you.
    We're all looking for that. :-p

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  86. Ooh! Wickedly funny women! And Sucio drinking wine so early? I wonder if he's eating chocolate with that? My husband is a chocaholic. Myself not so much; give me carbs any day of the week. And seafood. Yum!

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  87. Oh, I have a man in my sites. That is all I will reveal. :-)

    I live in an area where all the trophy wives wander around with their cell phone attached to their jaw and their child in tow looking bored and apathetic. The women are 5' tall and about 90 pounds with all the exact same blonde hair extensions. It's pathetic. I am so happy to be tall and redheaded and curly haired and screw it all, I am smart and sassy and have a soul inside. They are scared to even wear a nail color that isn't on the list of soccer mom's fashion guidelines. I get where you're coming from. I've always liked real people, dorks, nerds, spazs, artists, activists, people with passion and comfortable in their own skin. No pretentiousness. I hate designer stuff. I hate status restaurants. I am so anti-that. I'm real people. I like everyone. I am just not caught up in the sheep mentality.

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  88. Brenda;
    What an exotic thing--don't like chocolate? I went to a hypnotherapist to hate chocolate. It did not work in the least. It might have made it worse because she made me imagine sitting in a theater and seeing chocolate on the screen and then watch it in backwards motion real fast. All I got out of it was chocolate-chocolate-everywhere! I have a niece who hates chocolate, says it smells like barf. I opened up a Hershey's bar and sniffed it and it did kind of smell like barf. So, I tried aversion by equating it with barf and the desire to wretch. Nope. Didn't work. Then, I remembered a trick from modeling days. If the owner of the agency took us to supper or clients, we would separate our dish with a tiny portion in one corner we could eat. The rest we peppered profusely so we wouldn't be tempted to eat it. So, I started peppering my chocolate and it actually worked for a few months. After eating peppered chocolate, the thought of it grossed me out. What women will do to stay skinny and admired by men! All they have to do is take a shower now and then.

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  89. Aww yay! :-D

    And I know what you mean. I'm so far from being the typical fake Stepford woman person. Yeah.
    My interests are so varied that I have different groups of friends for different interests because of how varied they are :-p

    BTW: You made me go make awesomeness on a bagel. Peanut Butter, Nutella, And M&M's. Mmmm

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  90. Autumnforest? Thank you! I am not a sheep. There should be T-shirts saying that... we should check with the Unablogger who was so helpful last week!

    I went to dinner at one of our favorite restaurants. I let my hair dry on it's own, went in with no make-up, and didn't even give it a second thought.

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  91. Soraya;
    I want to hear reports of how that satisfies you. That is like carbs on crack! I'm curious when it comes to a guy what is the most important and least important feature in order?

    humor
    kindness
    job
    looks
    intelligence

    I think I'd put it as:
    1. Humor (works for the long run)
    2. Kindness (no assholes)
    3. Intelligence (like to converse)
    4. Looks (height is more important for me probably)
    5. Job (what he does for cash doesn't matter to me so long as it's legal)

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  92. I have no Nutella. Rats. None of them, either (hopefully!).

    I am jumping off to finish up a few things, before I hit the bed.

    Goodnight, all! Have a wonderful weekend! :D

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  93. Brenda;
    Brave gal! I admit to being a southern gal and I don't ever ever leave home without makeup. I wear it rather natural like Diana Lane, but I wear it nonetheless. So far as the hair. I never ever use a comb on it. I wash it, run my fingers through it, let it dry and it's gorgeous. I don't know which parent I got the hair from because my dad was bald my whole life and my mom screwed with her hair, but I'd like to thank the gene responsible for that one no-maintenance part of me. I'm crazy about my legs, so I admit I don't care about whether I dress up or not, but I freak out if my legs are covered in pants. It's either shorts or skirts.

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  94. Oh my GOD it is soooo full of GOODNESS!!!! lmfao! Quite enjoyed it. :-p I feel like I need a glass of milk now...

    Lets see.. for me... It's

    1. Intelligence (I want a guy who can keep up with me at least)
    2. Kindness (After past experiences... yeah.)
    3. Looks (I want someone good looking... I almost feel shallow for that but... >.<)
    4. Humor (I think mine would rub off eventually)
    5. Job (As long as he has one...)

    I'd also want someone on the masculine side... I don't want to always have to wear the pants.

    humor
    kindness
    job
    looks
    intelligence

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  95. Brenda: I'm thinking you should definitely get a hold of some Nutella. That stuff alone is all sorts of awesomesauce. Combined on my bagel of amazingness... It was delicious. :-p

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  96. Soraya;
    Yeah, I get where you're coming from. I am always highly suspicious of very handsome men. I must admit. I won't hold it against him if he doesn't seem to be aware of his looks or use it as a means to get by. That probably sound funny coming from a woman who shakes her butt on her blog and does tank top shots, but I have a bawdy sense of humor. I have a tendency to like to just shock people and make them burst into laughter. My sexiness is really dorky which I guess cancels itself out. Intelligence-you can't make that, it must be there. Not necessarily schooling, but someone who is wise. I know one man who can take the most complex issues and turn them into one or two sentences and they simplify it so nicely you feel like an idiot for having to say so much to get the same meaning across. That's intelligence. Sense of humor will always win out. My ex could not laugh worth shit and smiled extremely rarely. He was a sour old man when he was young and as he aged, he was a bitter old man in personality. If I laughed or had fun, he'd look at me like I was an idiot for enjoying life and finding the humor in things. That's sick and twisted.

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  97. Soraya & Brenda;
    I gotta call it a night. I have to get up early for work and the clean up crew. Hopefully, I won't have to move into a hotel while they're fixing up the mold. I'll keep you posted on that. You two can keep talking, if you'd like. It's always open here. Good night, sisters.

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  98. Soraya & Brenda;
    I gotta call it a night. I have to get up early for work and the clean up crew. Hopefully, I won't have to move into a hotel while they're fixing up the mold. I'll keep you posted on that. You two can keep talking, if you'd like. It's always open here. Good night, sisters.

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  99. Soraya & Brenda;
    I gotta call it a night. I have to get up early for work and the clean up crew. Hopefully, I won't have to move into a hotel while they're fixing up the mold. I'll keep you posted on that. You two can keep talking, if you'd like. It's always open here. Good night, sisters.

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  100. Honestly, if you ask me again in a week it would probably be different. Depends on the experience that I have that week.
    I had someone try to hook me up with a guy who lacked any intelligence... Any common sense... just...ugh. I can't handle that.
    However, I also don't want someone who will talk down to me and act like I don't know anything. That's another issue I have.
    I've walked into a computer store, knowing what I want, what I need... etc. The salesman...even though I tell him this is what I want... talked to me like I had no clue what was going on. It happens with some guys who show SOME interest as well... >.<
    So this week, that's my peeve. Lmao!

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  101. And Alrighty, Good night! And good luck!

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  102. Autumnforest,

    Hope you slept well and are well rested! I'll remember to pick up nutella next time I'm at the store. You and Soraya have my mouth watering this morning.

    As for leaving the house without make up; If I plan on going someplace nice or with others; I'll wear it. Otherwise: most of the time I don't think about it. And I don't have the gorgeous hair you do! I'm jealous. :)

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