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BernardandMissBianca 07-13-2007 11:59 PM

To whom it may concern....
 
Believe

Life is filled with wondrous surprises,
and we never know what sweet
miracles may come.

:grouphug:


five hundred miracles

AlexWyattMommy 07-14-2007 07:43 AM

Have I ever mentioned how much like family you all are to me?

Okay, you are better than family. You are all true friends.

Mickster 07-14-2007 08:14 AM

You are all closer to me than that people that live in my neighborhood. I talk to you everyday and only talk to them when we are out and about.

Thanks...

rlovew 07-14-2007 08:27 AM

I am definately closer to all of you than many of the people around me.

Rebecca

SusieStone 07-14-2007 08:47 AM

Thanks.

I definitely needed that.

It has been a little tough this week. DS5 had to start working with a psychotherapist this week. Not that I have a problem with that but it's just tough on my own. Please don't think I am whining. I know there are lots of people out there that would love to have any child. I love my child just don't like parts of the situation.

Anyway, this board is my escape and I appreciate each and every one of you.

:grouphug:

BernardandMissBianca 07-14-2007 08:49 AM

In a thread where someone asked the top ten reasons you love the DIS.

I put well when we move I don't have to say goodbye to my friends, I just have to pack them up and take them with me.


My favorite line is I love my computer, my friends live in it. :grouphug:

BernardandMissBianca 07-14-2007 08:58 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by SusieStone (Post 19734563)
Thanks.

I definitely needed that.

It has been a little tough this week. DS5 had to start working with a psychotherapist this week. Not that I have a problem with that but it's just tough on my own. Please don't think I am whining. I know there are lots of people out there that would love to have any child. I love my child just don't like parts of the situation.

Anyway, this board is my escape and I appreciate each and every one of you.

:grouphug:

Awe Susie, :hug: Trust me I understand about toughing it out alone. DH is gone 95% of the time. The kids basically have a single mom and a weekend dad. I just still do his laundry and pay his bills. ;) :rolleyes:
But this is what we are here for, to help each other and be there when it's good, bad, or ugly. I have truly found where I belong and you have too.

You know what's weird, growing up I was never friends with girls, ever! I hated the cattiness and all the girl drama. But here I don't get that, we like each other for who we are, not what we wear, where we live, what kind of car we drive, etc.....I can't wait to meet ya'll at WDW next year!!!!!
Come hell or high water we are getting there!!!!

marlynnp 07-14-2007 09:44 AM

{{{Susie}}}

and all my DIS friends!:grouphug:


Quote:

Originally Posted by BernardandMissBianca (Post 19734716)
You know what's weird, growing up I was never friends with girls, ever! I hated the cattiness and all the girl drama. But here I don't get that, we like each other for who we are, not what we wear, where we live, what kind of car we drive, etc.....


So true! Me too, though I'm sure being a tomboy and thrill seeker as a kid had something to do with it too. No time for the drama.

happycampers 07-14-2007 10:02 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BernardandMissBianca (Post 19734716)
You know what's weird, growing up I was never friends with girls, ever! I hated the cattiness and all the girl drama.

I was the same way growing up. The sad thing is, I still see some adult women doing that. It's hard watching DD12 come to the age where a lot of that starts.

As a SAHM, I often feel isolated and lonely, so I appreciate having you guys here.:grouphug: DH doesn't quite understand (smiles and shakes his head), but then he gets to talk to other adults while he's working.

:hug: Susie, I'll pray for you and your son as you go through this.

aprilvaca04 07-14-2007 10:17 AM

Thanks for posting this...I really did need the reminder after the week my family has had. My older DD18 is going through a very tough time. On Tuesday she lost one of her best friends in a drunk driving accident. He was only 19 and so full of life! Unfortuantely he made a poor choice and got into the car with some one who was drinking(he too was drinking which I'm sure is why he made the choice he did) The driver of the car is okay. It's a really
tough situation because the driver is DD's coworker, they are not friends but she still has to see him and is having a hard time with all the emotions that brings. She is going off to college in Septemeber and I pray that she takes in all the lessons this tragic situation brought and makes good decisions. On a brighter note they were able to harvest all of his organs except for his lungs and his family was told that because of that Eric has the potential to touch atleast 50 lives and truly make a difference in them! This is bringing his family and friends much comfort. :hug:

KatDisney 07-14-2007 10:48 AM

When my DH and I moved to AZ leaving behind all family and friends, it was tough. It's one of those moves that leaves you feeling empty. We knew no one here. Still don't except those we work with and trust me I am not hanging out with them. That first week here was really rough and I've had alot of those days since..when I unpacked my computer..all my best friends tumbled out.

I can't even begin to put into words what all of you mean to me. The kindness, the generosity that just fills these boards. It warms my heart knowing that I know where I CAN find friendship.

bobcat 07-14-2007 10:54 AM

Although I am just getting to know all of you I feel more at home here than anywhere else on the boards. Scrapbooking has been my escape and my salvation the past few months. Life has handed me lemons and I am trying to make lemonade. Making swap items has given me so much joy and a purpose outside the demands of real life. I'm glad I found all of you!

aprilvaca04 that's such a heartbreaking thing to happen. My nephew was involved in a serious car accident almost two years ago and he is paralyzed, but thankfully he is alive. It really affected my DD and she is a bit scared to start driving next year. I'm glad to hear this young man was an organ donor. :grouphug:

ksjayhawks 07-14-2007 11:37 AM

Even though I have not been as involved in swaps lately (for many reasons, mainly time) I still enjoy coming here to "talk" with everyone, catch up on what's going on in your lives, hear about trips, etc.

To my friends!:thumbsup2

Mickster 07-14-2007 11:40 AM

I agree... to my friends!:love:

lewdyan1 07-14-2007 12:15 PM

Wow! That's pretty much all I can say, just Wow!:goodvibes


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