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Chutz
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   Posted 10/19/2008 9:52 PM (GMT -7)   
Please join in and share your thoughts. Even if you're visiting from another section of Healing Well you are welcome to share. Getting out minds off the misery helps us get through the day and refocus on what is important in our lives. I know it sure helps me!

So today...which person from your past, who you've lost touch with, do you wonder about the most?

Up until a couple of months ago I would have said my best gal friend from school.. K-12 but I've heard from her over the summer. So next I would probably say my cousin Wayne. He is about 4 years younger than I am and lived with us quite a bit right after he was born. His mother was in and out of the hospital until he was about 5 and then passed away. We were close until he married and moved away and I've only seen him maybe 4-5 times since then. We are both grandparents now and I know he'll be great at it! He's in Montana and I may be able to scrape up his address. Maybe it's time to write him a letter. Recently I found a picture of his mother when he was very little. I need to send it to him. He has always missed her dearly. His step-mom is one of those that nightmares are made of!

And you? Anyone you wonder about??

Chutzie
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Lindaloo
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   Posted 10/20/2008 4:19 PM (GMT -7)   
I have a friend from my childhood that I used to have great fun with, but I lost touch with her. My husband didn't want me to continue the relationship either. She is the type that would call you up at 3 in the morning drunk. She also was heavy into drugs at one time and I'm not sure if she isn't still leaning towards that way nowadays too. Anyway, I think about her a lot because there were three of us and the other one died a couple of years ago and I miss her something terribly. So I can't help wondering about the other friend who is still alive. I say a prayer for her and hope she is doing well. We lost touch and I don't even have a phone number anymore. I doubt if I did have a number that it would even work today. She moved around a lot as well.

Oh well, thanks for the topic, Chutzie. I too have a cousin named Wayne. He is exactly one week younger than I am. We are going to be 57 this November the 14th and the 21st.

Thanks for letting me share. God's blessings and gentle hugs.

Lindaloo
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Believe in yourself.  Be kind to fellow humans and animals.  Take time to smell the flowers and the coffee.
And by all means, when you are down, ask me for help.  I will be there.
 
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~Cloe~
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Date Joined Jul 2008
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   Posted 10/20/2008 5:05 PM (GMT -7)   

 Hello posters, Funny you should bring up such a subject.  I have a friend, not a friend from younger days but for the past 15yrs.  We had a verbal falling out.  I am bothered by it daily, because she was the angry one I fear making any contact.  They do say time heals and I hope to hear from her soon!

Cloe :-)

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