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aussiesapphire
May 9, 2017
Don't know how I missed the puzzles last night, probably due to knowing I will lose a dear friend (Lyn) in a couple of months. She has decided not to go ahead with the surgery on the roof of her mouth as the doctor told her it would only give her a couple more months. Her daughter was informed of her mother's condition yesterday but has still not contacted her. Very sad. I spoke with her yesterday and try as I could, I ended up crying. Life is so unfair sometimes. Take care and God bless.
aknan
May 9, 2017
Dear aussie, my heart goes out to you. It is so hard to lose a friend, especially at our age. I agree with Lyn; the pain she'd have to go through just isn't worth it for such a short time more. My prayers for you, her and for her daughter's heart to be softened before it is too late.
mamag15
May 9, 2017
I am so sorry Aussie. It is so sad that Lynn's daughter has not gone to see her mother. I would have loved to see my Mom before she passed but I was still in Pennsylvania and she was in Virginia. We just did not have the money to see her so I could be with my sisters to tell Mom her final good-bye. Once our parents are gone, there is no getting them back. I am so sorry for Lynn. When we get older, it is hard to lose friends. I pray for her peace and for her daughter. I pray for your strength and that God will wrap His loving arms around you and wipe every tear from your eyes. Love from Afar.
Gladys.
aussiesapphire
May 9, 2017
Dear Aknan, thank you so much for your message. I do appreciate it. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
May 9, 2017
Dear mamag (Gladys). Thank you for your kind words. I lost a friend in January this year as well, so not a good year. Her daughter cut her off because Lyn would not give her some jewellery the daughter wanted about four years ago, and my daughter did the same thing. Such an awful parallel. Lyn seems to be at peace about her decision and has some wonderful friends in New Zealand who are supporting her at this time. We met about 25 years ago here in Australia and after some time she returned to NZ but we have kept in touch all these years. Thank you again for your loving thoughts as well as yours Aknan. Hugs.
olamae61
May 9, 2017
Dearest Aussie, My heart goes out to you and Lyn! I wish I was able to send her cards and notes to let her know that she is not alone and others are thinking of her. I lost my mother on New Year's Eve of 2011 and kept my promise to her that she would not die alone. Her death was bittersweet. She died of a stroke brought on by diabetes. It was a great comfort to know that she was no longer in pain and of a sound mind in heaven. The hard part was missing her and being able to call her when there was something going on. I pray that Lyn's daughter sees her and realizes how much she is missing by not seeing her mother before it is too late. I pray for your comfort and peace during this time as well. With lots of love and blessings to both of you, Hugs and love, Ola
BayGrannie
May 11, 2017
Prayers are coming Lyn's way. I support her decision, but wish her daughter would get a jolt of love & strength & stand up straight & go see her mother.
aussiesapphire
May 11, 2017
Hi BayGrannie and all you lovely prayer warriors. It is Friday here and I plan on calling Lyn over the weekend, and hopefully her daughter has come to her senses and has contacted Lyn. Thanks to all upholding her in prayer. Hugs.
BayGrannie
May 12, 2017
This may be hard to hear Aussie, but I pray that you hear from your own daughter. How old is she? Does she have secret longings? What a gift for you that would be for Mother's Day! Blessings.
aussiesapphire
May 12, 2017
Baygrannie, my daughter is 42 and has two teenage children that I have no contact with as well. She has not contacted me with a card and don't expect to hear from her on Mother's Day. She has a drug problem - very long story. One of her kids will do this to her one day and she will realize how painful it is. Not sure what you mean by secret longings. This is not the first time she has done this, the first time was three years and this time it is almost five years. God bless you. Hugs.
BayGrannie
May 15, 2017
Aussie-I thought I posted you w/tales of me own daughter. She was my best friend when little, but now drugs r #1. She IS trying to get her life together and actually came over on Mother's Day to give me a gift. Her husband was waiting in car, so it was a short visit. She also texted me some pix she & son were drawing together. It can happen & I hope you will get that wish. One step at a time...
aussiesapphire
May 15, 2017
Thanks BayGrannie, I guess I have just accepted that my daughter and her family will not be a part of my life until she softens her heart to the Lord. She did make a commitment when she was little, but now thinks the Bible is just a fairy story. I still pray for all of them and believe one day things will change. Hugs.
BayGrannie
May 16, 2017
Aussie-I have a very good friend who has been thru a lot. She asked how I found "religion" with all that I have been through. I told her It is FAITH that keeps me moving. I find when I pray or meditate, I try to transfer Bible stories to present day situations where God, Jesus & Holy Spirit would be living now & how each one would help me interact with problems. This seems to reinforce Gods' Plan. However, that's still hard when I see my aging dog having troubles getting up the stairs. I like to imagine Jesus walking with Jack up to Heaven & right to the head of the line. Faith enables me to imagine Jesus as a boy playing with his own pets & how much fun he would have. I would like to see the Holy Spirit place his "fire of wisdom" on evils so we could all live in peace!
mamag15
May 17, 2017
Aussie, How is Lynn doing? I know life can be unfair, but that is God's way of making us strong. Through Him we can persevere even through the toughest times in our lives. Have a blessed day.
aussiesapphire
May 17, 2017
Hi mamag, she seems to be doing well and her daughter contacted her and they talked for an hour. But eventually she will have to be hospitalised and is arranging her own palliative care. A friend of mine in New South Wales has suggested some medication which may help and since she does not have a computer, have to call her in New Zealand. I don't like to call too much for obvious reasons. I have another friend, Anne, who has just been in the hospital as they found a growth in her bowel and not sure if they have it all. So things are a bit gloomy at the moment. But have some wonderful friends on here who care. Hugs.
olamae61
May 17, 2017
Aussie and Lyn I have been through the same thing with my daughter. If I don't give her what she wants or needs she calls me names, tell everyone how bad I am towards her or when I lived close by her come up some way to get me in trouble. Before my second husband passed away, I made a statement that I was proud of her. After that she started accusing me of things and said she didn't want me to contact me or her children. I found out later that she was in counseling for drug addiction and was getting therapy for being bi-polar. My second husband told me if that is her wish than let her have it. It hurts terribly because she is my only surviving child. I try to stay upbeat through my job and the work I do at my church.
SANTACLAUS
Jul 14, 2017
Sorry to hear of your sad news, life is so unfair the bad ones seem not to suffer while the good ones seem to get it all, but at least when lyn goes up to heaven she will be giving you her blessings, and telling you she is in good hands.God Bless.
aussiesapphire
Jul 14, 2017
And the best bit will be that she is waiting for me there. I am going to call today to see how she is. Thanks Santaclaus. Hugs.
aussiesapphire
Jul 14, 2017
Dear olamae, I feel for you and you don't deserve that sort of treatment. I can go for months, praying for her and her family, and then after weeks of not feeling anything, suddenly dissolve into tears for all the time that has been lost when we could be enjoying a mother/daughter relationship and time with my grandchildren who are fast growing up. One is nearly 16 and the other 18. But I claim that verse about God restoring the years that the locusts have taken away. And I believe it WILL happen. Hugs.
olamae61
Jul 15, 2017
Thank you Aussie, I will look that verse up and hold on to it! My grandchildren for all practical purposes are grown and I have a great-grandchild I would love to spoil if I could. I do believe it will happen just as you do! Hugs and Blessings:)
SANTACLAUS
Jul 14, 2017
How invite-ing this one looks, but you must be a good swimmer to have a go on these boards, Iam afraid this one a no go for me, even with water wings it is a no go.
dbnc2
May 17, 2017
Today as a mystery still like it
pixipixil
May 9, 2017
Fellas are lucky. If they exercise enough they are guaranteed a body beautiful but a woman can exercise forever and never increase her bust, get longer legs or fuller lips or more hair.
Wishing you a day of liking yourselves just as you are.
ParsonWayne
May 9, 2017
Every time I hear the word "exercise" I wash my mouth out with chocolate.
KNadineM
May 9, 2017
Lol @ PW
carolsapple
May 9, 2017
I used to exercise to lose weight. My bil used to do the sport as in the photo above. It's called Windsurfing. He's run two marathons - the Boston and the NYC.
pixipixil
May 9, 2017
Exercising your sweet tooth instead PW,
ParsonWayne
May 12, 2017
It gets plenty of exercise. When the dentist was pulling teeth, I never let him touch my sweet tooth.
pixipixil
May 12, 2017
And your doctor always leaves your funny bone intact, too.
carolsapple
May 12, 2017
I was suppose to work today and didn't. Taking on another job. Ugh! at my day on Wednesday. Went to a doctor office yesterday. I think I have a cyst on my head. I had one on my head that had to be removed. Same symptoms again. Hurts when I comb or brush my hair.
carolsapple
May 12, 2017
Went to an oral surgeon and his last name is Payne lol
KNadineM
May 13, 2017
Carolsapple, I hope your oral surgeon doesn't live up to his name. I also hope that all goes well for you regarding the cyst.
pixipixil
May 13, 2017
Carol, sorry about the return of the cyst. They have that tendency. I used to get them on my ovaries every few years. Had 4 ops and now no ovaries so no cysts. Sending a prayer for you to be fine.
Funny how often names go with occupations. My husband's foot doctor is named March.
carolsapple
May 13, 2017
No the oral surgeon didn't live up to his name. Had wisdom teeth removed. All I recall was blurry vision. Valium and Versed - fast acting sedative. The next thing you recall is the nurse tapping me on my left arm saying honey wake up were done. Now they use a milk looking sedative called Propofol. You're out in seconds.
KNadineM
May 14, 2017
Pixi, that's funny that your foot doctor's name is March. I can relate to the ovary cysts. I had those but I also used to have fibroid tumors constantly recurring and endometriosis. I had many procedures because I was so young at the time and they wanted to give me a chance at possibly having kids. I never met anyone to marry so finally here in my late 40s, I just said give me the hysterectomy.
carolsapple
May 14, 2017
Just learned I have fibriods as well. Ended up in the ER and admitted in January. Anemia - ugh! the pain of those fibriods. Just had my 8th surgical procedure. Then I had to go online and give a medical history. The wanted a list of the surgeries and dates. List of meds and whether there capsule or tablet.
pixipixil
May 14, 2017
I couldn't have kids either. A different reason tho. We adopted one. He's been dead since October 2014. Guess it's just as well we couldn't have any as we didn't even manage to keep one alive. Have a grandchild but don't get involved. Her mom would make our lives a misery as she did for our son while alive. Social services gave her to her when she completed rehab. Pray for her always. That's all I can do. Pray for the mom to meet a good Christian man and fall deeply in love so she fully changes.
carolsapple
May 14, 2017
Oh stop Pixi - we couldn't manage to keep one alive? Evidently clear that this sons mother had some problems. I know a woman who has 3 kids. She started drinking while hubby was working. He'd come home and she'd be drunk. She even called the police on him trying to say he hit her. Maybe she tried to herself and he tried to prevent hit. She contacted me on a website and said that he divorced her. Then she said he took the kids from her. My hubby and her hubby went to school together. They even came to our wedding.
pixipixil
May 14, 2017
Carol, my son's child's mother (they weren't married--in fact she was married to someone else who, when the court tried to get hold of him, could not be located) did exactly that to my son and he ended up in jail not once but three times. The last time we refused to bail him and she, who had a no contact warrant out against him called my husband to yell at him for not bailing out our son so he could go back to the apartment to be with her. She's quite crazy. I don't know how we could have protected him because he never took our advice. But I always wonder if I missed something I should have done.
KNadineM
May 15, 2017
Pixi, don't blame yourself. I don't believe there was anything you could have done. It's unfortunate that people can do the best they can with their kids only to have the kids still do what they want. It could be peer pressure or anything but once something gets ahold of people, it's almost impossible for anyone, even loved ones to get through to them. I have a niece who didn't have the best in upbringing because my sister has always been unstable and she has always met unstable men too. However, my sister also spoiled her probably feeling sorry for the fact that she constantly made bad choices which made my niece's life unstable too. Everyone else in the family has tried to support and care for my niece, especially my mom who has been the main stability for her and yeah, she's been a bit spoiled. She is 22 now but she has followed similar patterns as my sister on unstable men (and my niece started early). She is now with a guy who has her on drugs, doesn't work, takes most of her money when she works or when she borrows from family. Somewhere she got it in her head that no one ever loved her or supported her and then other times, she's the sweet person we've known her to be (she's also been diagnosed as bipolar). My sister has tried with her but she also had another daughter when she was in her late 40s (that niece is 6) and my older niece resents her at times (luckily, she doesn't want kids at the moment). It's something about this younger generation altogether because I hear of many situations like what you and Carolsapple spoke of.
pieces71
May 9, 2017
Thank you. These jigsaws keep my brain active.
mamag15
May 9, 2017
Power to the brain. My mom used to do jigsaw to keep the joints in her fingers after she had pins put in them from arthritis. Nice seeing you here pieces71. Welcome.
pieces71
May 11, 2017
Thank you so much for the welcome. I too have always loved jigsaw since my first one when I was still in primary school. That's going back decades and decades now :-)
Jingles
May 9, 2017
God has given us another beautiful day. It's raining but that just makes all of his things grow better. I have some beautiful lilacs growing all along my house with beautiful flowers on them. My tulips and lilacs are done for this season. I am grateful about all the good Lord has done for us. Have a great day everyone and God bless you all.
tomandray
May 9, 2017
Hi Jingles, love lilacs but can't grow them around here. The don't do well. My dad had the most beautiful and very fragrant lilacs. He would cut some and bring them in the house, oh my the aroma would fill the kitchen. :) Do miss them.
marine5153
May 9, 2017
My lilacs were just little twigs 15 years ago. Today, they are about 8 ft. tall and, oh so fragrant for about a week or so.
mamag15
May 9, 2017
I would love to have lilacs outside my bedroom window. Love the smell but they don't last long enough. God bless and have a beautiful day.
CatLadyOKC
May 9, 2017
Guess who has a large lilac bush just under my bedroom, but I never have the window open due to allergies. This last the cottonwoods in this area are shedding their cotton, been having to clean it off the front porch everyday or the green carpet on it would be white instead of green. Tracks in the house like crazy...we don't have any in our yard but must be several in the area beside one that our neighbor has.
mamag15
May 10, 2017
My poor patios are covered with stuff from the trees. I just swept everything off and the rains came and more tree stuff. Now I have to wait for everything to dry so I can clean it again. I love this time of year. I just want to be able to go outside and enjoy my new place.
JamieT
May 10, 2017
Since I can't swim, this is nothing I've ever wanted to do. Now, I would have problems standing on the board on dry land.
olamae61
May 9, 2017
It looks interesting! Windsurfing is something I have never done, but I would like to try!
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