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NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/3/2010 1:49 PM (GMT -6)   
You don't know me, and this isn't a suicide threat. More a rhetorical question.

I am just such a failure in life, that I can't wrap my head around it. In my 30s, always been depressed, never been able to hold down a job, haven't worked in years, failed to obtain a degree twice, never had a boyfriend, paranoid, depressed, secretive and unhappy.

Also had Crohn's for a long time, which doesn't help but I don't want to use that as an excuse for utterly failing in life. The fact is, other people more ill than me manage to work, parent, and do far more demanding chores than I do.

I'm just useless beyond words.

NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/3/2010 1:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Never mind... You all have your own problems and I feel guilty leeching off you, when I know I don't have the energy to help people back in return. I just had to get the words out somehow and the Crohn's forum (where I usually post) didn't seem appropriate.

Sorry :-/

wearyRAsufferer
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   Posted 10/3/2010 2:10 PM (GMT -6)   
Awww nicecupoftea- I feel so bad reading your post, No one should feel so hopeless. Of course you don't have the energy to help anyone else right now. Crohns is a hard disease to deal with- I'm sure its effects and the limitations it puts on your life is adding to your depression. have you talked to a counselor about these things? Maybe you just need some type of career coach to point you on the right path for the proper degree and job in that field.
Take little baby steps. Stop thinking of yesterday and what you haven't acheived. Put the past behind you- today is a fresh new day to try something else.
I'm going to put you in my prayers from now on. Keep in touch. let us know how you are doing.

Trying to Understand
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   Posted 10/3/2010 2:52 PM (GMT -6)   
Well put Weary one.
On all the forums, it is a place to vent. No worries, we've all felt that way too. Someone recently posted that we are not here to put ourselves on display, but to see a mirror image of ourself in others and respond. Something like that.
Look to the future. Be kind to yourself. Try and keep the negative selftalk in check. You wouldn't talk that way to your best friend would you?
Will be thinking of you.

stkitt
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   Posted 10/3/2010 6:13 PM (GMT -6)   
NiceCupofTea,
 
Stand tall and be proud of who you are -  your a member of HealingWell and we are family here.
 
Here a few tips that I can suggest to anyone who suffers from being depressed:
* First off, get all the negative people out of your life (seems like common sense, but you would be surprised if you take a step back and look at each person in your life, and the place they play in it). Do they add to your life as a whole or do they make you feel bad about yourself? I cleaned closet once and I felt so much better and, No, I did not do an about face.  I stood my ground and stayed away from one person that really made me doubt myself  and embarrassed me all the time.

* Secondly, find your own interests,  even if that means going out by yourself sometimes to events that interest you.   KEEP BUSY! :-)
 
* Lastly, write, vent, keep a journal of how you feel through out the day.  Sometimes just writing about what’s bothering you takes away some of the stress. Write down what makes you feel good,  bad, happy and sad.
 
Of course keep coming here and never feel you have to apologize for being you. 
 
Gentle Hugs,
 
Kitt

 


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NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/3/2010 8:21 PM (GMT -6)   
It's late now and I'm very tired, but before I leave HW for the night I just wanted to say I do appreciate your replies. And that I do feel a bit better now. Thank you *hugs*

I will post more tomorrow; I'm not that easy to get rid of... >.>

stkitt
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   Posted 10/4/2010 10:07 AM (GMT -6)   
Nice cup of Tea,
 
Would it not be lovely to be able to share a cup of tea ?  I am glad you are coming back and I will be here for you.
 
Gentle Hugs,
Kitt
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Sasta Anois
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   Posted 10/4/2010 3:36 PM (GMT -6)   
I ask myself the same question often and I've been blessed with generally good health and have some success. I really like how Trying to Understand put it. "Be kind to yourself. Try and keep the negative selftalk in check. You wouldn't talk that way to your best friend would you?" It took hospitalization for me to realize the impact of negative self talk. One doctor told me to "retrain your brain!!" As a creature of habit, I'm finding negative self talk a tough one to break but even the small progress I've made has been helpful.
I'm glad you posted you were feeling better. That made me smile. Useless people rarely (if ever) make another smile.

Blessed be.
SA
Sometimes a day is too much to take at one time so instead of telling myself "Have a great day!", I say "When you can dahlin, have a happy now." I wish us all more happy nows.

Precious Gem
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   Posted 10/4/2010 3:46 PM (GMT -6)   
You are not useless..............You just have not found in life what excites you yet.......Don't stop looking, be it a job or a great friend or whatever..........keeping looking you will find it and sometimes in life, what we need the most finds us when we are not even looking.
 
Hope you find your reason to shine very soon!
 
Gem
 
 

NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/5/2010 9:30 PM (GMT -6)   
@stkitt - A nice cup of tea is always nice. Cuppa? :p

@Sasta Anois - Thank you. I do have a bad habit of negative self talk, which has definitely got worse. I don't feel like I can tell myself I love myself, but telling myself I'm useless is just sheer self-flagellation. It's not helpful, but during my low ebbs that's how I feel :-/ I do take the point that I wouldn't tell a friend that they were useless, though.

@Precious Gem - I have given up looking, that's the problem. I've let the world defeat me :-/

Anyway, I did make a long post today, but it was on the Crohn's board. The folks there were really nice and encouraging, so I decided to spill some beans <_<. I couldn't write something like that a second time, but it's in Ivy's Monday TLC thread, if anybody is curious enough to want to read it, or I can repost it here. For now, though, it is my bedtime. I hope you are all keeping well. Goodnight, and hugs :p

Gub
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   Posted 10/5/2010 10:49 PM (GMT -6)   
Started you a new thread , please see the new thread with your name in it.

Post Edited By Moderator (stkitt) : 10/6/2010 8:28:40 AM (GMT-6)


Trying to Understand
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   Posted 10/6/2010 4:03 AM (GMT -6)   
From me:
Take kindly the counsel of the years,
gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit to shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with dark imaginings.
Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.
To you:
Beyond a wholesome discipline,
be gentle with yourself.
You are a child of the universe
no less than the trees and the stars;
you have a right to be here.
And whether or not it is clear to you,
no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.

With all its sham, drudgery, and broken dreams,
it is still a beautiful world.
Be cheerful. Strive to be happy.

I know its a hard time for you right now. So sorry
Sandy
Bipolar II
Severe depression
BP II
Severe depression

Sasta Anois
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   Posted 10/6/2010 1:45 PM (GMT -6)   
I am not there yet but do believe that over time the postive self talk will replace my first instinct which is the negative.

"I am not a great house keeper." This is not necessarily in and of itself negative self talk because it is true. We are none perfect. Sometimes looking at the books stacked by the wall waiting to be dusted and a home found for them I say "My God woman! You are such slob! Lazy and gross! GEEZ!" This, though how I feel, is not helpful. I do it but am really trying to retrain my brain. For example, "Ok, that is a lot of dust. I'm not great at tidy. I am great at ____." Sometimes the blank is filled in with something wonderful and important and I can add I love myself. "....being sister. I do love me even though I'm messy." Sometimes the blank is filled with something small, no addition. "...writing in cursive."

There is hope. Winston Churchill said "If you're going through hell, keep going."

@Sandy, BEAUTIFUL!
Sometimes a day is too much to take at one time so instead of telling myself "Have a great day!", I say "When you can dahlin, have a happy now." I wish us all more happy nows.

Precious Gem
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   Posted 10/6/2010 1:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Amen to the Happy Nows!  Because when you get right down to it, that is all you ever have.  Past is gone and future is yet to be.
 
Gem

stkitt
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   Posted 10/6/2010 1:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Good Afternoon Folks,
 
This is NiceCupofTea's Thread.  turn :-) I would kindly ask that if you would like to talk to the members re your own thoughts and issues that you start a thread of you own.
 
This is easily done. Simply click on the "New Topic" button and the program will open a box for you to post you. This will help members see your  post and extend a hand to you. 
 
You are always welcome to post responses directly to member's threads.
 
I thank you in advance for your understanding.
 
Kindly,
Kitt
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stkitt
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   Posted 10/6/2010 2:04 PM (GMT -6)   
NiceCupofTea  Posted Yesterday 7:52 PM (GMT -6) (Copied this part from Crohn's Forum)
 
What happened yesterday was that I had a falling out with my dad. To put it in its full context I would have to write a novel the length of War and Peace - that's how dysfunctional our family is <_<. Suffice to say, I shall just say that my relationship with my dad is not an easy one, but then nobody has had an easy relationship with my dad. He is a difficult and strange man in so many ways. The last year or so has been particularly strained. Rows were nasty and occasionally violent. My dad was always angry, snapping at my mum for the smallest thing, and going nuts if anybody disagreed with his (extreme) political opinions.

It wore me down. I became sensitised, unable to relax, terrified whenever my mum said something that I thought my provoke my dad. I also got ridiculously irritated by virtually everything he said and did. Such chronic stress didn't do anything for my mental or physical health, I believe. Things got even worse for a while in spring this year when my dad had a stroke. He was relatively lucky in that only his speech was affected, but he could still talk, albeit in a slurred way. I know that's far from ideal, but most stroke victims that I know of have come out faring worse. Anyway, when my mum and I went to see him in hospital he was all beatific, saying his anger had gone. We actually believed him - he sounded actually happy for a change! And we were genuinely thrilled for him. But his new-found joy in life lasted for all of 2 days. (I decided later on that my dad had simply been on a survivor's high.) For a miserable few months afterwards, he was more angry than ever. My brother came to stay for 3 weeks: my dad spent most of the time secluded away in his study then towards the end of his stay, my brother got drunk and decided to confront my dad. It ended about as well as you would expect.

By that time I just pretty much hated my dad. I had forgiven him once, at the hospital. Now I pretty much mentally washed my hands off him, in rage and disappointment. That was in August.

Ever since my brother's stay, I have to say, my dad's anger has been considerably better. I have to admit it. For my mum's sake I sincerely hope that lasts. He still snaps at her more than I would like, but it's not as bad. Tbh, if he went back to talking to her the way he did previously, I would feel like knocking his block off. (Note: I have never hit him and don't suppose I ever will.) At any rate, I've still been very cool around my dad. My mum is her normal and friendly self, but me I've not been able to forget the recent past as easily. I've found myself trying to stay out of his way, to avoid talking to him more than absolutely necessary, etc. without making it blatantly obvious. Obviously I didn't succeed on that front, which is where yesterday comes in. I was making myself lunch, happy in my solitude, when my dad walks into the kitchen. Instant irritation (not said in words.) I must admit, I was the perfect specimen of misery. In the best circumstances, I am no good at hiding my true feelings in front of people. This was not the best of circumstances. My dad said morning (even this irritated me, as it was afternoon!); I grunted something back. My dad begins to question me about the heater; I could've told him what he wanted to know but every cell of my being was itching for him to get out of my space, stop asking me stupid questions, and leave me in peace to finish making my lunch. After muttering something garbled which faintly resembled English, silence descended for a minute or two, then my dad told me, angrily but calmly (progress right there!), that as I obviously didn't want to speak to him, he wanted nothing more to do with me, that I wasn't to go for him for help with anything. I didn't say anything, but went upstairs to my room to eat my lunch.

To finish off a lengthy story, my dad asked me simply today 'shall we begin again'? I said yes, and that was that. I'll have a go at being less woefully miserable and irritable around my dad, but somehow I just can't see it being all happy families from now on... :/

On an entirely different note, I also got very upset last night and this morning when a forum that I had set up 5 years ago decided to take a paddle up **** creek. Normally I wouldn't have got so upset (logically, it was going to get fixed, but I was still worried that it wouldn't), but I think it was the proverbial final straw. I'm not much involved with the forum anymore, but I still feel a loyalty and duty to the regulars and would have been gutted beyond words had it gone for good.

So, that was my day... >_> Well that, and completing a jigsaw puzzle. I actually felt a little bit proud of that accomplishment because I started this puzzle yonks ago, then left it. It took me hours to finish, but it helped to restore my low spirits. On top of that, I also hoovered the entire downstairs for my mum, unasked. Go me :p

Before I click 'submit' collapse, I just would like to say I feel much better than I have done for ages. I know it probably won't last, that the horrible life-sucking depression will probably be back sooner rather than later. But for now just feeling 'normal' feels like a priceless treasure. God, even the Crohn's doesn't seem as bad.

PS: See? Told you it would be long :p

stkitt
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   Posted 10/6/2010 2:18 PM (GMT -6)   
NiceCupofTea,
 
I found your post in the Crohn's Forum and copied most of it here so all could read.
 
Wow,  that was quite a day but as I read I could see that you clearly know your own self and you are willing to bend.
 
One of the hardest things in life is change. It's just easier to go on with the hurt and pain with which you are already familiar and accustomed to. To change means hard work. It means getting past the past.
 
I heard these lyrics on the radio awhile back and don't remember the song but I liked this part: 

"I don't wanna be angry no more. It's just another heartache on my list. I don't wanna be lonely anymore."

I am glad you agreed to start fresh with your Father but remember to take care of yourself first.  I applaud you for putting your thoughts down for us to read. 

I wish you peace and happiness,

Kitt


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Trying to Understand
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   Posted 10/6/2010 6:45 PM (GMT -6)   
"If you're going through hell, keep going."
Have heard this before and want to add, "When you find yourself there again, it will be a shorter delay since you know your way around."
BP II
Severe depression

stkitt
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   Posted 10/6/2010 7:00 PM (GMT -6)   
Good one T2U :-)

Trying to Understand
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   Posted 10/6/2010 11:59 PM (GMT -6)   
Noticed the title of this friend, Whats the point of going on?

Doesn't matter, except that sometimes there's no point to it, you just keep on going, and will reach a more comfortable point later on down the road. And eventually reach a point that is much much better. So maybe the point is, as in why does the chicken cross the street? Curiosity
Life is a series of passages, being a kid, pre-pubescent, adolescent, young adult, adult, first relationship, more relationships even tho you thought you'd never find anyone again, better relationships, mature relationships, and of course varying stages of illness and responsibility.
Relationships: first, better, lots, few, strong, mature.
Illness: confusion, diagnosis, treatment, better treatment, different treatment, THE treatment, treatments on the horizon, and hope.

"Hope springs eternal"

Post Edited (Trying to Understand) : 10/6/2010 11:03:42 PM (GMT-6)


Tara28
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   Posted 10/9/2010 9:39 PM (GMT -6)   
NCOT..every post I've ever read from you has sounded woefully depressed. Are you currently getting medical management for your depression? You may find that it helps a lot.

As for the family who grated on your nerves and your quest for solitude:

1. Apply and qualify for disability (severe depression and crohn's)
2. Move out
3. Try to find a passion or something to make you happy, or at the very least, fill the time
4. You may find much personal satisfaction in volunteering, and you will prove to yourself you are not a failure.
5. Nobodys' good at everything, but it's how you look at it that counts. Take it in stride, put it in perspective. You are not a bad person. You've never killed anyone. You have x, y and z good qualities (fill in the blank). You deserve happiness.


for me? sure I can focus on the fact that I'm a dreg to society, I suck at sports, tone deaf, dropped out of university,no co-ordination, too anxious, not normal bc I have CD, not normal bc I have a colostomy, overweight, opinionated, etc etc etc. So what? It is what it is. Nobody's perfect, and I rock in my own way, WE ALL DO!
I am great at logic puzzles, am an awesome mother, and very good at spelling. I also have a high IQ.

NOW, let's hear 3 things about you (at least 3) that show us YOU ROCK TOO!
33 years old, dx with Crohn's in 1998. Currently on :
Clofazimine 100mg daily,
Rifampin 600mg daily, and Clarithromycin 2 tabs daily
and Cipralex 10mg/day for anxiety.
Hydroxyzine, percocet, Ativan as needed.
5g pharmaceutical grade Omega 3's, 1000IU's Vitamin D3 daily
2 Perianal fistulas, and 1 more suspected. Crohn's only at end of colon, cecum. Remi, Asacol, Salofalk, Imuran, Humira did nada. Built immunity to long-term Cipro use, which also induced panic attacks.

NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/11/2010 8:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Woah... Lot of reading here to catch up on. I'm sorry I didn't reply for a few days, folks. I hadn't forgotten about here. I get too tired to post sometimes... :-/

*reads*


@Trying To Understand - I do like that. I googled it (Desiderata, if anybody is interested) and read the whole thing.

@Sasta - That makes sense. I can't ever see myself, in all honesty, being able to tell myself I love myself. I'm at a distance from love, I'm remote from it. I suppose the closest person I love is my mum and yet I'm not sure if I feel love for her or not. I don't know if it's because of my personality or the way I was brought up. I was apparently a very unaffectionate child (I have no memory of this); I wouldn't even say a word until I was 5. But then again, ours wasn't exactly a household overflowing with loving feelings. My brothers seemed to resent, even hate, me. My parents didn't seem to know I was alive. Even as a child, I dimly remember possessing a sense of "not mattering", a feeling I've carried with me throughout my life. With all that, love to me is not a naturally felt emotion. Maybe that means there's something wrong with me, I don't know :/
So I don't sound too pessimistic, I do like your Winston Churchill quote! Not heard that one before. Also, I do hope you succeed in retraining your brain. I think it's a worthwhile goal. Right now I'm wondering if I can really stop my negative self-talk. I distance myself from it with self-deprecating humour (probably not obvious to others!), but in some sense I'm still really feeling and believing it, even if I'm joking about how much I've failed.

@Precious Gem - thanks :p

@stkitt - Too TRUE about one of the hardest things in life is to change. I do think there are natural limits: one can't change one's basic personality. For example I'm a fairly extreme introvert. I would happily put on an extroverted social 'face' if I could, but I can't: my mind goes blank, I trip over my words if I try to tell a long story, and I fatigue very quickly. But leaving those natural limits aside, it's still amazingly hard to change the things that can be changed. But it's not impossible. It's like learning a new skill; it's not going to come to you straight away. I learnt to drive not very long ago (passed my test in March this year), and it took miles longer than I expected. I really wasn't expecting it to be a breeze; I was just totally unprepared for how sheerly hard engraving something new into your brain can be.

""I don't wanna be angry no more. It's just another heartache on my list. I don't wanna be lonely anymore." - Amen. Being angry is a road to nowhere. It's just tiring and alienating. Nobody likes a chronically angry person.

@Trying To Understand - Yep, I can relate to curiosity. If I watch a film, I usually have to watch to the end, 'cos I end up wanting to know what happens. I'm also curious to know how technology, science, etc. will evolve, even though I won't be alive to see most of it unravel. (I don't want to live forever, but I do wish I could see what where we are in, say, 500 years' time.) Curiosity and hope; it's almost impossible to quash those two things entirely. They can get flattened, but not destroyed irretrievably.

Phew, now I'm starting to tire... >_>

@Tara28 - Do I really sound woefully depressed in every post? :-/ I admit I'm a pretty depressed personal overall, but I do sometimes cheer up - if I use a :p, then it's likely I'm feeling at least partially cheerful :p ... It sorta means a smile, a friendly gesture, a joke... I could just smile of course, but that would make it too simple <_<. (The shifty faces - >_> or <_< - either mean self-deprecating humour or... I dunno, really!)

Re medical management for depression. There's a fairly long backstory, but the gist of it medical management has thoroughly failed. It's partly because I haven't responded well to any antidepressant medication I have tried and, in the case of the tricyclics, I firmly believe they were actively dangerous in my case. (Note: I don't think they would be like that for the vast majority of people. I am pretty unfortunate in how badly I respond to most drugs.) But it's also partly because the NHS isn't up to dealing with chronic mental illness or, in many cases, even recognising it. I'm one of the ones who have fallen in between the cracks. Even now I cannot get anything except one-off appointments with psychiatrists or psychologists and that simply isn't sufficient. But long-term or intensive counselling on the NHS barely exists, and I can't afford private therapy.
I have been referred to a psychiatrist once more, but I suspect this particular referral might have become lost in the system. If an appointment comes through, I will go, but I wouldn't expect anything life-changing to result from it.

Now for your points...

1&2: Long story short I considered this, but it's not that simple =/ I did talk to my GP about this subject a couple of months ago. If you like I'll talk about it in more depth in another post, but otherwise I need a) go to bed soon and b) feel like this post is becoming scarily long as it is :-/
3. Good idea!
4. Very true point.
5. True, I've never killed anyone. Heck, I won't even kill wasps or spiders, I'm so nice... >_>

PS: I'm good at logic puzzles too! :p ... At least I've become pretty nifty at sudoku: I finished a sudoku puzzled rated 18/20 in difficulty the other day <_<

Three things about me which rock? Er...

Can I get back to you tomorrow on those?!

stkitt
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   Posted 10/12/2010 10:19 AM (GMT -6)   
Good Morning NiceCupOfTea,
 
Kudos to you for reading all and answering everyone.................you are special !
 
Learning to drive, that is a terrific ccomplishment.  I decided at the awesome age of 57 to decide to learn how to ride a motorcycle.  I went through 3 learners permits, had to switch from a 2 wheel motorcycle to a 3 wheel trike as even thow I could ride the 2 wheeler I was scared to death of it.  Also holding up  the weight  of a big 2 wheeler ~ I did not have the strength.  I dumped the 2 wheeler twice so I finally had to concede that I would not give up but bought a Harley Davidson and had it Triked.  Yes I finally took the road test and past so I can ride any 3 wheel motorcyle out there.   turn
 
I will admit my ego took a big blow and I felt down and out as I had failed instead of being proud of making the change to what I could do.  Now I try to look at my cup as half full smhair
 
You are right ~ it is not easy to change and we do have inborn traits that we cannot change but we can keep on trying to push ourselves a bit further to do things that may makes us happy.
 
Gentle Hugs to you,
 
Kitt
 
 
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NiceCupOfTea
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   Posted 10/12/2010 9:25 PM (GMT -6)   
Ah, stkitt, you are lovely, you are :p

I'm personally well impressed that you can ride any form of motorcyle. I'd be too scared to ride a bicycle on the roads with some of the drivers out there, let alone a motorcycle!

I shall say goodnight for now. Not the best of days today; I am glad it is almost over... :-/

stkitt
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   Posted 10/13/2010 10:49 AM (GMT -6)   
 
Thanks for the kind words and I hope today is a good one for you.  I have a hubby that has had Crohn's for 34 years now so I know each day can be a challenge and then throw in the other problems and each day is a crap shoot ( no pun intended devil   ) on how you may be feeling. 
 
My wish for you is peace and happiness.
 
Hugs,
Kitt

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Post Edited (stkitt) : 10/18/2010 5:33:15 PM (GMT-6)

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