Friday Morning Roll Call 12/05/2008

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stkitt
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   Posted Yesterday 10:58 PM (GMT -7)   
Good Morning,
I thought today we could all think about and list the
Best Holiday Gift Ideas for Stress Relief.  idea
 
Aromatherapy is a simple and effective stress relief tool that can be used by virtually anybody. There are  Stress Relief, Relaxation & Meditation Aromatherapy Set - Under $35 
 
I want to shop for one for myself. turn
 
Happy Friday to all and to all a good day.
 
Kitt
 

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stkitt
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Date Joined Apr 2007
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   Posted Today 7:48 AM (GMT -7)   

Hello.............everyone go shopping?

Another Gift Idea I am going to add here:

A Gift Certificate for a Massage   smurf


Aurora60
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Date Joined Jul 2006
Total Posts : 1249
   Posted Today 8:00 AM (GMT -7)   

There are many CDs that are for relaxation or to help with sleep.  I find the relaxation CDs good to play in the car so you don't get so stressed out while driving.  A foot bath or foot massager would also make a nice gift.

Aurora


TeNNiSd0C09
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   Posted Today 11:31 AM (GMT -7)   
Relaxation: hmm.... music, for me... last year I got one of those neck brace, heat, massage things! that was nice... Umm... hmm, OH one time I got a big oval purple fuzzy chair! I am relaxed when I sink into it! haha... umm.... I got this really soft comforter once, I loved sleeping because I was so comfy I suppose that counts!!! Its hard to think of gifts that cause me to be relaxed... =] I tried!
Lyrica and Paxil (both working quite well might I add!)
   "Cracks in the concrete are just reminders that you fall apart no matter how strong you are"
    "Sometimes it is best to forget what you feel and remember what you deserve"
    "Im going to smile like nothing is wrong, talk like everything is perfect, act like its all a dream, and pretend its not hurting me."


Pamela Neckpain
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   Posted Today 12:16 PM (GMT -7)   
TeNNiS,
In the last paragraph of your quote, you crossed out the words: smile, wrong, talk,
perfect, act, dream, pretend, and hurting. Could you tell me why you crossed out
those words? I'm curious!
Pamela confused

TeNNiSd0C09
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Total Posts : 1303
   Posted Today 1:07 PM (GMT -7)   
haha, well, no particular reason...? No one has ever asked me that.. I just did it to emphasize those words I suppose! It was really just to make them stand out, and I suppose it worked since you seemed to notice it! haha =] Dont worry, theres not a huge complicated reason behind it, just that I wanted it to stand out! Thats why the words are also in color! Because they are more important! lol =]
Lyrica and Paxil (both working quite well might I add!)
   "Cracks in the concrete are just reminders that you fall apart no matter how strong you are"
    "Sometimes it is best to forget what you feel and remember what you deserve"
    "Im going to smile like nothing is wrong, talk like everything is perfect, act like its all a dream, and pretend its not hurting me."

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