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Date Joined Apr 2006
Total Posts : 511
Posted 4/5/2008 5:54 PM (GMT -6)
Went with PA to the Botanic Gardens, fab place, bought some orchid plants at the orchid fair, only bulbs as plants were ferouciouly expensive.
Great day, but far too tired to take pics.
Awful pain around 5 when I got a text from nephew to say he too angry with letter I sent to the person who owned the border terriers who nearly shredded my chihuahua to death. tossed in air like a ball of fluff.
My letter was appropiate yet he told me all dogs tend to fight. Its because my sister and her grown kids seem to always make out that they and their friends (this faithful woman) are right and me wrong.
I was terribly upset as I had run this letter trough with two friends to make sure it wasnt too strong and neither thought it was.
It came while I was on the settee in agony after taking pain relief and exhausted.
London on two days away. Do people lack sensitivity or what?
Sometimes I feel my family just dont want me. My twin asks why bother about
any of em they never did bother about
But I keep wanting the family and they never do come on board. Is it because i made a darn mess of my life and they are all very weathy and I am in social housing and a shame to them or what?
Even after two sleepers and two valium can't settle so upset.
Flung a full mug of tea across room in violent upset while telling twin, she said she has never known me to react so badly, but I am reacting this way alot these days. Out of character but very depressed about
Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS) Severely Deaf, Hypothyroidism, Pes Cavus, Crohns Disease, scoliolis, Hiatus hernia, diverticular disease, neuromuscular disorder (?parkinsons) movement disorder, ? another autoimmune disease.
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Date Joined Sep 2005
Total Posts : 2573
Posted 4/6/2008 3:41 PM (GMT -6)
Unfortunately some families do not deal well with imperfection and thus try and cast aside family members who do not live up to their expectations. Ignore your nephew, dogs may fight, but it sounds like the other dog was planning on KILLING your dog, not fighting. I figure that the owner is responsible since animals learn their behavior from those who care for them. Thus you could say that the owner is okay with their pet killing other pets, perhaps they think anyone stronger can hurt or kill anyone weaker just because they are stronger? I dunno. I avoid toxic relationships, and by the sounds of it your family makes your relationship with them border on toxic. I agree with your twin. Family does not have to mean blood. I have friends who are more family to me than those related by blood- people I would hurt more over if I lost them than my mother or sibblings. You can make your own family and surround yourself with supportive positive people. You are welcome to join my family, I figure all of us who are imperfect need to stick together.
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