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Libra Girl
#31
Quote: Originally Posted by ZanView Post

here's a chuckle for ya then Karrie... hope whatever's ailing ya lets up soon...

I THINK YOU'RE THE FATHER OF ONE OF MY KIDS.........

A guy goes to the supermarket and notices a beautiful blond woman waves
at him and says hello. He's rather taken aback, because he can't place
where he knows her from. So he says, "Do you Know me?"

To which she replies, "I think you're the father of one of my kids."

Now his mind travels back to the only time he has ever been unfaithful
to his wife and says, "My God, are you the stripper from my
party that I made love to on the pool table with all my buddies
watching, while your partner whipped my butt with wet celery???"

She looks into his eyes and calmly says,






"No, I'm your son's math teacher."


oops...
 
karrie
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by DaemoenView Post


Ok, back to topic. Lets see, how to make karrie feel better..... * ponders * Give me a list of your current symptoms . Lets see what we can do about them.

There's not much to be done to alleviate my physical symptoms, and the list is too long to go into. lol. But, mental perk ups help. Having something to engage your mind with helps distract from the pain. Good conversation's a godsend. Today's not shaping up to be a much better day, so you can count on me being around, demanding more entertainment from everyone. lol.
 
hermanntrude
#33
have u tried porn karrie? I find it very distracting
 
karrie
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by hermanntrudeView Post

have u tried porn karrie? I find it very distracting

Women don't really respond the same way mentally to porn as men do. But for men in chronic pain, it can actually help a lot by stimulating the pleasure centers. Go figure.
 
hermanntrude
#35
OK well there's your answer. do whatever women do instead of porn :0)

read a steamy book?
 
karrie
#36
Quote: Originally Posted by hermanntrudeView Post

OK well there's your answer. do whatever women do instead of porn :0)

read a steamy book?

Binge on red wine and dark chocolate, that's my escape. lol.
 
selfactivated
#37
 
L Gilbert
#38
Cool. Daphne's Dills. I still have a foot and a half of snow here. Crocuses, hyacyinths, and snowdrops are still sleeping.
 
L Gilbert
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

Binge on red wine and dark chocolate, that's my escape. lol.

I was going to say, chocolate might help.
Also, flowers, presents, gourmet meals, etc.
 
karrie
#40
Quote: Originally Posted by selfactivatedView Post

If I had a favorite anything, daffodils would be my favorite flower. I just love them. Thanks Tam.
 
karrie
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Cool. Daphne's Dills. I still have a foot and a half of snow here. Crocuses, hyacyinths, and snowdrops are still sleeping.

In the river valley here, we get wild crocuses all around the hillsides. Fuzzy pale purple little things, hidden in all the dry, winter dead grass. It's so much fun to climb the hills hunting for them. I'm going to miss that once we move. Not having access to the valley, the river, the trees.... *sigh* Ah well, I'm sure the city will have its redeeming features.
 
Sparrow
#42
In the City you will find some beauty but you will have to look for it. Also it depends on how big the city is! I live in a town surrounded with hills, forests and many lakes it is beautiful (after the snow is gone) and people do not understand that I also love Montreal. Of course the city is different but they all have their beautiful spots but you must look for them.

Good luck with your move.
 
karrie
#43
Quote: Originally Posted by SparrowView Post

In the City you will find some beauty but you will have to look for it. Also it depends on how big the city is! I live in a town surrounded with hills, forests and many lakes it is beautiful (after the snow is gone) and people do not understand that I also love Montreal. Of course the city is different but they all have their beautiful spots but you must look for them.

Good luck with your move.

I agree. I know one redeeming feature is the Muttart conservatory. If you need a touch of nature, any time of year, it's the place to go. And, I'm a firm believer that if one can't find a touch of nature, you ought to create one. lol.
 
L Gilbert
#44
I suppose there is the occasional nice spot in a city, but the best part about them, IMO, is leaving them.
 
L Gilbert
#45
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

I agree. I know one redeeming feature is the Muttart conservatory. If you need a touch of nature, any time of year, it's the place to go. And, I'm a firm believer that if one can't find a touch of nature, you ought to create one. lol.

That would be making a bad situation better, yup.
 
karrie
#46
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

I suppose there is the occasional nice spot in a city, but the best part about them, IMO, is leaving them.

I can't say I entirely disagree, but I'm making the most with what I've got. lol.

We just couldn't afford to live out of town. With me going to school, and hubby working in the city, it would have meant so much money in fuel. Now, I can bus to school, and hubby's drive to work is minimal.
 
eh1eh
#47
Quote: Originally Posted by karrieView Post

I can't say I entirely disagree, but I'm making the most with what I've got. lol.

We just couldn't afford to live out of town. With me going to school, and hubby working in the city, it would have meant so much money in fuel. Now, I can bus to school, and hubby's drive to work is minimal.

Well that's more environmentally freindly Karrie. I think you can make your own little beautiful spot even if it is only a balcony. The possibilities are endless.
 
karrie
#48
Quote: Originally Posted by eh1ehView Post

Well that's more environmentally freindly Karrie. I think you can make your own little beautiful spot even if it is only a balcony. The possibilities are endless.

I'm excited for the snow to disappear so I can find out what my new yard is like. lol.
 

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