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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sat May 14, 2011 5:05 am

No, Dear You was. After that it was pretty much as the inspiration struck us.
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Postby Young Val » Sat May 14, 2011 4:28 pm

Sincere congratulations to you both!
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I hear the bells
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Postby Yebra » Sun May 15, 2011 1:05 pm

Awwwwwww!
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Postby starlooker » Sun May 15, 2011 2:36 pm

Dear Bob,

I am finding myself very angry, resentful, and hateful of people who have a natural talent for organization and/or time management. I mean, severe anger. It stems from supervisor telling me that the administration sees this problem as "very fixable." Which is great. Except that, damnit, it's been a struggle for me ALL OF MY FREAKING LIFE. So, yeah, sure, it's very fixable to them and everyone else who has it together, but what the f*** am I supposed to do?

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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sun May 15, 2011 2:45 pm

Kick, fight, bite!

You CAN do it, dearest, I promise! And HECK NO, it ain't easy! But you will do it, and you will have a great career!

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And a HUGE thank-you to everyone who wishes us well! We're excited. Can you believe how grown-up pweb is getting? What happened to all of us?!
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Postby Claire » Sun May 15, 2011 4:28 pm

Dear Bob,

My Poppy passed last week. I'm so happy I got to spend a few of his last hours with him, and that I got the opportunity to tell him how much I love him. He the first of my immediate family to pass, and he had a full life-- 92 years! I'm happy with the way I've handled it so far, though I still hurt when I look at my Granny hurting.

I struggled with whether or not to come back for his memorial service (we are not doing a funeral). I was in DC at the culmination of my year long fellowship. However, I think I made the right choice coming home for a few days. I'm missing out on meeting a few public affairs big names; still I want to be with my family right now.

I'm going through all of his and Granny's pictures. What a great life! I hope to post some of the best (and cutest of my brothers and cousins and me) to facebook in the next few weeks.

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Postby Rei » Tue May 17, 2011 2:30 am

Well, Bob, today is interview day. It may just be for a one-day-a-week position in a retail position, but at least it's a day a week with pay. Hopefully the interview goes well and I'll at least have some income.

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Postby Rei » Fri May 20, 2011 7:15 pm

Dear Bob,

Erg... started anxiety drugs today. While it is helping on the anxiety front, I sure hope these side effects subside soon. I don't want to go through this for a fortnight or two.

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Postby Jayelle » Sat May 21, 2011 5:11 am

*hugs Claire* Sorry about your Poppy. My Grandpa died at 92 a few months ago, and I couldn't make it to the funeral (due to pregnancy). You totally made the right choice in going.
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Postby Luet » Sat May 21, 2011 4:42 pm

Bob,
I feel sick. I found out that he bought a mobile home. That means they are planning on staying in the area for the foreseeable future. For the last five years, I held onto the hope that they were still going to move away and I could have a bit more peace. I could go back to my old congregation. I would no longer have to worry about running into him around town. But that hope has now slipped away. You know what I keep thinking? How dare he! How dare he move here from his crappy state and nearly destroy my life and then plant himself here and make me uncomfortable in my entire home life. Just leave, damn it. But that's not going to happen.
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Postby Luet » Sun May 22, 2011 12:20 pm

Double post with a double damn it update. The mobile home that they are moving to is only five minutes away. They had been living about twenty minutes away, which was bad enough. But now they will be at my grocery store and I'll have to worry about running into them everywhere. GAH!
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Postby steph » Sun May 22, 2011 1:03 pm

Oh, Nomi! All I have to offer is a *hug* and an always open door to live at my house. :)
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sun May 22, 2011 1:06 pm

Oh, Nomi! All I have to offer is a *hug* and an always open door to live at my house. :)
Same here! I wish I could go magic them somewhere else for you! *big hug*
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Postby Luet » Sun May 22, 2011 1:26 pm

Thanks guys. It's hard because not many people know what happened and even those few that do know, don't really understand why it still affects me so much. It's the type of thing that does get better with time (ie, I don't sob every day) but will never, ever go away. And knowing that I might run into him anywhere, just makes it really difficult. Thanks, as always, for listening and for the support. *hugs*
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Postby Rei » Mon May 23, 2011 3:10 am

*big hugs*

That's really awful :(
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Postby jotabe » Mon May 23, 2011 7:16 am

*hugs*
it's so sad there is no way that can be prevented :(
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Postby steph » Thu May 26, 2011 8:57 pm

Bob, what a horrible, awful day.

Yesterday spent a long time working on the boys bikes getting them ready for summer. Tyler just earned his and I am really hoping he'll learn how to ride it this year. I thought we had made some progress yesterday, but he was making me so mad by refusing to actually ride the stupid thing. He would halfway pedal then back break, repeatedly. I was yelling at him to just pedal the darn bike! I started pushing him along, since it seemed to help him yesterday, but he kept back breaking and that made me even more mad. I pulled Tyler off his bike (and accidentally knocked over Brayden in the process) and one of my neighbors rushed out of the house, watched us for a minute, said into her phone "I'll call them right now." Shortly there after, she walked by through a way she doesn't normally walk. Then a community service officer drove by. Then she walked back WAY too soon to have actually done anything at the businesses she had walked toward (and empty handed).

Next thing I know, there's a cop car in front of her house. I really thought she'd called the cops on me for abusing my son. I know I probably shouldn't have been so angry at him over a bike, and I know I should have been gentler. (I didn't hurt him, though. I lifted him from a solid place on his body and I set him down on his feet. And Brayden was completely fine. When I apologized to him he said "No owies!")

I spent all day in fear that the police were going to show up at my house. The grandson that lives with her said that the police were looking for his brother's bike which was stolen yesterday, so I hope she was watching us because Tyler's bike is similar to that bike. They never came to my house. I still fear that child services is going to come. What if she did think that what I did was abuse and called someone about it? I don't know how I'd convince them that I don't abuse my children and to please not take them away.

Am I kidding myself to think that I'm not crossing the line? What if I am abusing them and I just don't know it?
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Postby Rei » Fri May 27, 2011 3:15 am

*big hugs*

I'm so sorry, that is an absolutely awful feeling. For what it's worth, I am certain that you are not being abusive. Also, I think your neighbour is being cruelly suspicious if she suspected you of having nicked her grandson's bicycle. And similarly if she thinks you are being abusive.
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Postby Luet » Fri May 27, 2011 7:46 am

*hugs for Steph*
I can't imagine the anxiety and worry that would cause even though I know you would never come close to actually abusing your kids.
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Postby VelvetElvis » Sat May 28, 2011 10:45 am

Holy cow, I can log in!
The positive side of my laptop being dead is that the fiance's laptop doesn't hate pweb!!
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Postby Petrie » Mon Jun 06, 2011 11:34 am

Bob,

As I lay here, figuratively weeping over the amount of money I transferred to my credit card, money that should be sitting pretty in my Chicago/Savings account, mouth still numb -resulting in some oddly fun half-smiles at strangers I passed earlier on the walk home- and the smell of freshly laundered bedding, I can't help but think about how crazy-beautiful the details of life can be and quite often are if we just take the time to notice.

I'm reading this book that I've wanted to read for months on end, that I finally broke down and bought since the library isn't going to be getting it any time soon, and it's perfect for the space my head is currently in. The pages are flying past me, the story has already captured my attention so completely I carry it with me everywhere I go. The actual feel of the book is perfect, too. The fold of the soft cover, the way the pages feel underneath my fingers, light but adding up to something great. I imagine the smell of it carries a piece of Chicago still (that's where it originated) but that's probably just romantic imaginings.

Even my water feels smooth, soft. Tastes pure and just this side of heavenly.



There's so much we need to talk about, Bob, but so much of it is something I can't bring myself to say aloud because I hate how it sounds. The details are so much more fascinating and worthwhile, at any rate.
So raise your glass if you are wrong in all the right ways, all my underdogs.

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Postby mr_thebrain » Mon Jun 06, 2011 4:36 pm

sounds like you're on some pretty special drugs :P
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Postby Petrie » Mon Jun 06, 2011 4:57 pm

None at all, unless the numbing injections counted...but that's gone now, finally. I'm just a control freak and the more I start slipping back into a stressed out place, the more I try to control stuff and that is all about the details. I just happen to have some happiness-inducing details surrounding me at the moment. :)
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Postby Luet » Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:21 pm

Bob,

I have hiccups and I can't stop. No, but seriously. I'm heading home tomorrow from my trip to California. It has seemed too long and kind of a let down. I did enjoy seeing my SIL and my niece but that came along with the unpleasantness of seeing my BIL. Also, going to my inlaws house is really depressing. I tried to come up with excuses to drop my husband off there and go do other things. I did get lots of pictures of new birds for my list. But overall, I'm very happy to be going home.

Still hiccuping. Going on 20 minutes. :?
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Postby jotabe » Sat Jun 11, 2011 11:39 am

*sneaks from behind*
BOOOO!

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did it work?
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Postby Young Val » Sat Jun 11, 2011 1:42 pm

Nomi, that is one of my biggest fears! (Hiccups that don't stop!) If mine last more than three minutes I start to panic (which, of course, only makes them worse).
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well I have snozzed and lost
I'm pushing through
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I hear the bells
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Postby ender1 » Sat Jun 11, 2011 1:44 pm

I had some that lasted 3 class periods when I was in junior high.

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Postby Wind Swept » Sat Jun 11, 2011 5:16 pm

Also, going to my inlaws house is really depressing. I tried to come up with excuses to drop my husband off there and go do other things.
This. Though, just "girlfriend's family," none of that "in law" business. I'd really enjoy moving to the Twin Cities once the aforementioned girlfriend finishes up school here, save the very real threat of it being decidedly more difficult to avoid her family–notably, her mother.
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Postby GS » Thu Jun 16, 2011 9:22 pm

Bob,

So I have a date with a girl tomorrow. Turns out that she lives right around the corner my Ex and went to the same college. Really?? At least she is not in the child care/teaching industry. I've had enough of those to know that they don't work out. No offense to anyone that molds young minds of course. I would be interested in a girl that doesn't remind me of her at all. I realize that's impossible, but can't we get away from the obvious ones?

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Postby starlooker » Sat Jun 18, 2011 8:30 am

Dear Bob,

Well. So. Big day yesterday. Apparently, Little Bit decided to start hitting me with all the early signs. I think baby was perhaps trying to make sure I felt reassured since I'd been tricked by that one EPT, and also by a second, less sensitive one yesterday afternoon. However, my PCP's test was positive, plus I got a good deal of light queasiness yesterday, nose sharpened to an absolutely irritating degree, and bras that magically are just slightly too small. And, I fully expect, are going to be even smaller today. Oh, plus the test brand that read negative yesterday read positive this morning.

So. Well. It's still scary-early, but feeling a little less scared, a little more on the excited/hopeful side of things. Well, pweb, due to my moments of irony and shock, you were the third to know (after me and my husband). One of my best friends from college also knows, since I called her for reassurance when I was on the thirty minute drive from work to the doctor. And I, frankly, cannot resist telling my Dad on Father's Day. Which means we have to tell Donny's immediate family, too. Other than that, we're going to wait at least until after the first prenatal visit with the ob/gyn, possibly longer.

(Oh, and the guy at Barnes and Noble knows, since he asked after he saw my purchases of "What to Expect," some healthy eating during pregnancy book, and "Bad Kitty Meets the Baby." I was immediately informed about their children's reward program and strongly encouraged to sign up as soon as Little Bit makes an appearance. Man, he's good at his job.)

I was still somewhat stunned calling the Ob/Gyn, which I did before the appointment with my PCP. I haven't met her before. I had an appointment for an annual exam, which I had to cancel. So, I called back to reschedule. That led to this rather humorous (in my head, at least) exchange. The person taking my call, "Is this for your annual still?" Me: "Well, I kind of think I'm pregnant, too. So, um, there's that."

Anyhow, time for breakfast. And then going in to work, since I was somewhat useless there yesterday and have a ton of stuff to finish up.
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Postby steph » Sat Jun 18, 2011 9:31 am

:)

I <3 pweb babies.
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sat Jun 18, 2011 3:11 pm

*highfives Kirsten*

Feel free to hijack my thread or start your own. I'm a bit comforted to not be alone right now!
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Postby starlooker » Sat Jun 18, 2011 3:47 pm

Thanks! I'll probably hijack yours. :) It is nice to have you going through all of this just a bit ahead of me :-D
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sun Jun 19, 2011 7:00 am

Dear Bob,

Lovely day yesterday! We went up to Durham on a whim-invitation, and picnicked in the cloister of Durham Cathedral, aka Hogwarts. Lunch was delicious, full of bread and cheese and hummus and fruit and muffins. I found a deli in the market that sells pasteurised brie and goat cheese, so I was able to end my months-long drought of brie and goat cheese (can't have it unpasteurised when you're pregnant). I was heavenly. Then we went to my friend's home and watched The King's Speech and nibbled and talked. It was amazing to see her again - I miss living right next door.


In totally unrelated news, they sang songs I really like today in church, but they kept singing them wrong. You're supposed to repeat the final two lines! And on Trinity Sunday, only singing the verses for the Father and Son and then omitting the Holy Spirit verse, well, that's just not cool.

Can't wait to talk to my dad on skype today. I miss him a lot.
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Postby Wind Swept » Sun Jun 19, 2011 10:16 pm

Bob,

One of my best friends growing up just let it out of the bag that his wife is pregnant. I'm still trying to get used to my childhood friends getting married. Now children, too? I am so very far from being ready for these things...
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