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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Petra » Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:35 am

Dear Bob,

I just submitted my first-ever freelance article, for which I have been offered an inappropriate amount of money considering I'm technically an untried writer. Did it have to be on such a detailed topic? I could've rocked the s*** out of a social media article, but... international bribery legislation?

I really really want to be a writer. I want this freelance gig to work out as a long-term relationship. Please don't let them read this and wonder what on earth they were thinking asking me to write it.

Anxiously,

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby v-girl » Tue Dec 06, 2011 5:02 pm

Bob, I have no idea how to prepare for all the horrible things I'm going to see in my career.

I watched today as a family withdrew all supportive care from their 9 week old baby.

There are no words.

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Eaquae Legit » Tue Dec 06, 2011 5:15 pm

*big, big hugs*

I can't imagine. My brain refuses to try and my arms clutch my baby close.

But I know if I were faced with that, I would want a kind, compassionate doctor like you.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:18 am

*hugs Cath*

I hope we can talk soon.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby starlooker » Wed Dec 07, 2011 1:35 pm

**hugs**

I really, really empathize -- to an extent, anyhow. I didn't have to see horrors you do in my job, but I did a lot of work on dealing with trauma and abuse and things of that nature on a daily basis that most people rarely have to think about. It's such a hard balance, being able to care without drowning in it. If you ever want to talk, let me know. Or can I strongly encourage you to find a mentor or someone to talk it out with? Supervision and working on a team helped a lot.

Also, cannot emphasize enough what Ali said. You can't stop some of the horrible things from happening, as much as you try or want to. But the fact that you are there and do care does matter.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Gravity Defier » Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:48 am

Bob,

Today was the appointment. Had some lab work done immediately after to rule out physical/medical explanations. Walked away with a shiny unofficial diagnosis (pending the potential for the aforementioned physical/medical explanations) and prescription that I have been given the a-okay to start in the meantime. Appointment in two weeks. A few hours after my interview, actually. Busy day, that one will be. [unintentional Yoda]

Just thought you might want a heads up.

I am a little shaken.

And heading to work, now.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby LilBee91 » Thu Dec 08, 2011 10:39 pm

*hugs for Alea* (mainly just 'cuz)

Hey Bob,

My brother signed his divorced papers today. I wish I knew how to help him be less miserable.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Yebra » Mon Dec 12, 2011 2:27 pm

Dear Bob,

I'm feeling passive-aggressive tonight.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Gravity Defier » Mon Dec 12, 2011 10:50 pm

Bob,

I can't tell if the side effects are going to be permanent, temporary, or if they are imaginary (because I read the leaflet that came with the prescription and expected them) but I don't like this.

I can't tell if they're from the medicine or because I'm stressing out about other things.






I can handle most anything but uncertainty ranks right up there with apathy for things I cannot. I need a path to take soon or I will explode from uncertainty anxiety.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Rei » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:34 pm

Dear Bob,

I need this pain to go away. I've only had three hours of sleep tonight because of it and I can only get less than two more if it will let me. I really, really hope they can help at the walk-in tomorrow...

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby buckshot » Mon Dec 12, 2011 11:45 pm

I'm so sorry , pain is a s***** sidekick, especially when you should be snoozing.

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Petra » Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:10 am

Bad, bad dreams this week. Seriously messed up psychology s***. There's only so many times you can watch your own mother murder you and everyone you love before staying awake sounds like a better idea.

And those weren't even the worst dreams.

So tired.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Tue Dec 13, 2011 4:23 pm

*hugs for bad dreams*

bob,

I feel so overwhelmed that when I stop to think, I start to well up with tears. I know people do this everyday (buy houses and move) but I just don't do well with this much stress.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Gravity Defier » Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:29 pm

I feel so overwhelmed that when I stop to think, I start to well up with tears. I know people do this everyday (buy houses and move) but I just don't do well with this much stress.
Put "job search" in place of "buy houses" and every last word of that rings true for me. I want this to happen but the looking and waiting is misery.


*hugs* It'll all be over before you know it.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Claire » Tue Dec 13, 2011 8:49 pm

Chances going up that I'll be in NYC next year :shock:. I think I'm happy about it, though I'm going to miss the Midwest like whoa.

[edit]: and Beijing, for that matter.

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Young Val » Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:33 am

Sometimes I'm sure I'll waste my whole life swinging between terror and jealously and never, ever accomplish anything.
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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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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby starlooker » Wed Dec 14, 2011 4:30 pm

Dear Bob,

Today was the best mail day ever. I got a lovely, helpful package from Ali's mom and dad (will post pictures of the quilt soon, I swear), a card and some money from my best friend from college, and temporary approval for the medical card. Considering this is the month I'm supposed to be seeing specialists and starting insulin and all of that, it could not have come at a better time.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Wind Swept » Wed Dec 14, 2011 5:36 pm

Sometimes I'm sure I'll waste my whole life swinging between terror and jealously and never, ever accomplish anything.
Agreed.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:52 am

bob,

I feel like I'm going to vomit. We just found out that we have to be out of our house in two days. But our closing for the new house isn't for another week at the earliest. The best possible scenario is that the owner of the new house will let us move in early. Otherwise, we have to put all our stuff in storage, stay with my brother and SIL and find somewhere for our cats to stay (because my niece is allergic to them). And I have one day to pack everything instead of a week.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Petra » Thu Dec 15, 2011 11:59 am

I am so sorry. I wish I lived nearby so I could help.

Can you hire a last-minute crew to help you pack? Even if it's just for a few hours, it could really help.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Thu Dec 15, 2011 12:58 pm

The packing is actually not the worst of it. I'm probably about halfway done right now. It's just the anxiety of not knowing if we are going to have to put everything in storage (and find a home for our cats) for a week. Moving everything twice sucks. Plus a lot of our friends with trucks are busy this weekend.
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Postby Gravity Defier » Thu Dec 15, 2011 9:59 pm

Any word about moving in to the new house early? That sucks so bad. I was hoping things would continue along smoothly like they seemed they would initially.
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Postby Luet » Fri Dec 16, 2011 3:33 pm

That option did not pan out. We rented a storage unit and are moving everything into it today and tomorrow. Our real estate agent has been so kind as to offer a home for our cats for the week (that is going above and beyond!). Although, I feel bad for them because she has a dog and two cats, so they will be freaked out. Anyway, tonight is our last night here and then we'll be staying with my brother, SIL and niece until the closing. The closing had better be by next Friday...or else.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby buckshot » Fri Dec 16, 2011 11:21 pm

Thats sad the folks that own the place your'e buying won't let you in a week early. You would think they would at least offer to rent it to you for a extra week.

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Postby VelvetElvis » Sat Dec 17, 2011 11:02 am

There are 28 patients today on my acute psychiatry ward. I am the sole RN. This can only end in tears.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Sat Dec 24, 2011 7:45 am

Bob,

Moving today! I won't have internet until Tuesday but at least I'll be in my new house. :)
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Postby Eaquae Legit » Sat Dec 24, 2011 11:56 am

Congrats at last!!
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Luet » Tue Dec 27, 2011 6:26 pm

Thank you! We have internet finally. Those first couple days were so tiring and I'm still sore from all the moving. Our cats are slowly getting adjusted to the place (they are still pretty terrified of the basement). My husband has been busy doing tons of projects and we've spent a couple hundred dollars on little things for the new house. And that's not even counting bigger things we still need like a new furnace at some point. But one thing at a time. It's a bit overwhelming. :shock:
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby locke » Wed Dec 28, 2011 12:18 am

Bob,

around about early/mid November I more-or-less moved to a new show (same company) that offers a lot of opportunity for me, so commensurately, I've been busting my ass at work (12+ hr days rather than 9 hrs), combined with weekend wedding planning, thanksgiving, christmas travel, holiday shopping, taking on advising a struggling screenwriter (this seems so odd/ironic to me, but it is motivating me too and may turn into a writing partnership... sooo :shrug: ) it's been a busy few weeks, other than checking for casting news, I haven't even been on pweb, suffice to say there is a LOT of catchup reading to do.

Also, today is about my only vacation day over the holidays, I celebrated by going to three movies, all turned out awesome, which was a huge plus. :-p
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby starlooker » Fri Dec 30, 2011 10:41 am

Dear Bob,

General update.

Christmas was good this year. Terribly meaningful. Watched a History Channel documentary on the Christmas story and started randomly sobbing at intervals, especially when they were talking about Mary and Joseph. My poor husband. Has difficulty distinguishing between problematic crying and good crying and was grateful when the show was over. We went to the 11:00 PM Christmas Eve service because I had never BEEN to a midnight (or approximately midnight) service, have always wanted to, and figure we will not have another chance to for a few years. SO GLAD WE WENT. The 5:30 service apparently had well over 400 people, and I would have been so overheated.

Christmas Eve brought us an incredibly generous monetary gift from my parents' church, as well as a letter from the state of Kansas saying that my health coverage is going to extend all the way back to September 1st, when I lost the coverage from my job. This was SUCH great news, as the bills had really been piling up, and even with the generous payment plan our doctor had us on, it was one more thing to cover.

Cutest thing: When we got home from church and were getting ready to open presents, the cats came and both sat, just gazing at the presents and the tree, not trying to eat anything, but just sitting there like, "Presents! Let's get going!" So, we opened theirs first. I guess you might describe it as a thin Christmas, but I was thoroughly satisfied, both with what I received and what I gave.

It's a Wonderful Life also resonated a lot this year. The desperation of not knowing how things are going to turn out, but somehow they turn out okay.
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In non-Christmas news, we are looking at getting Donny going at a local tech school. It turns out he wouldn't be able to start till April, but financial aid would cover the cost of school at any rate. I am hopeful we can find a way to keep ourselves going until/after that point. It would be so good for him, and give us both more financial/career stability. And the school DOES have a really good reputation.

Had three doctor's appointments this week. Am thoroughly sick of being weighed and having my blood pressure taken. Insulin going up fairly dramatically, and probably moreso by the end of the week as the steroid shots for my hand/wrist problems apparently cause a glucose increase. However, baby and amniotic fluid levels look good.

My brother is coming to town today. I am telling Little Bit that his uncle is an excellent role model, as HE came a week and a half early and weighed 8.5 pounds, and that Little Bit should try to emulate him.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby buckshot » Sat Dec 31, 2011 1:04 am

Hi ya Bob! It's been a while since I've whined to you so here go's. It's been a good year and a half since I sold my Super Cub and since I think all my other old truck and old tractor projects are about done, Im due for some new exciting project to pour myself into. I hope this sounds fair because I feel it is. I do hate being disabled it's pure bullshit and Im super sick and tired of everyone telling me what I can or can't do. So anyhow I have been enjoying the chase to find the right obsession to bring home to restore, and much to my suprise I find my wife Julie is quite against any aircraft project. My feelings (wow I do have some) are a bit inflamed because I know she wants to travel a little and get me to slow a bit before Im all stove up, but it's not like im going to start on some warbird project that begins with a few smashed rusty pieces that takes years and thousands of hours to finish.

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Claire » Mon Jan 02, 2012 10:58 am

Bob, why won't my ear infection go away? Please help, I can't sleep :( :(

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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Jayelle » Tue Jan 03, 2012 2:03 pm

So Bob,

That was Christmas. Had a good visit with Paul's family with only the usual minor dramas. However, upon our return, we found that leaving our car in our apartment parking lot was a bad idea or something, because it was stolen. I am so mad, sad and frustrated. Our stroller and Ginny's carseat were in that car (luckily Maggie's seat was with us). It was our CAR. Our very first car. Carl. I hope they at least find it (no matter how damaged it is) so maybe the stuff that was in it can be recovered.
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Re: Dear Diary/Journal/Bob 3.0

Postby Young Val » Tue Jan 03, 2012 4:20 pm

:::hugs Jan:::
you snooze, you lose
well I have snozzed and lost
I'm pushing through
I'll disregard the cost
I hear the bells
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I'll slug it out
I'm sick of waiting
and I can
hear the bells are
ringing joyful and triumphant

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Postby Mich » Tue Jan 03, 2012 7:17 pm

I read it on Twitter and my heart immediately went out to you. When I had a car, that was one of my biggest fears: walking down the street, praying that I parked it where I thought it was, and not finding it. Ever.
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