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    BTW, Ex is a lapsed Catholic with very hard feelings - he fought off a molestation attempt as an altar boy. When he told his mother, she slapped him across the face and washed his mouth out with soap. Anyway...he walked out of the church with me, took my arm, and said, "I love you madly!"
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    Great to be on such terms with your ex! So many people put others into 'boxes' and expect only certain behaviours because of it. I am so glad that you can transcend such pettiness and enjoy life 'in the moment' as we all aspire to do in our own spheres.

    Glad the concert was magnificent by all accounts ... you worked very hard to support the team effort. (Stuff the crabby cleric!)


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    When I think of all the work by so many people to create a couple of hours of ephemeral beauty, it is almost overwhelming. I had vowed not to do this again because it is so time consuming, but...maybe!

    I have discovered liverwurst. How did I not know of this deliciousness? After all, I grew up eating it. The local grocery has a good all-natural brand.

    For those of you who might be wondering, there is NO chance of reuniting with Ex. He will always be in my life in some capacity, but there are issues...baggage...problems with adult children...finances...too many things that will never be resolved. He has not the slightest desire to be a 'husband' and I have no desire to deal with the unfortunate BS that comes with the package. But we are very good friends and we have always got along very well.
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    LIVERWURST!!

    That is all.

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    I think its wonderful that you have a good relationship with the ex. That is EXTREMELY rare!! Too bad the baggage gets in the way of it being more.
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    Here I am at work. Didn't sleep much! Still having the day sleeping problems, although I don't have hot flashes. I just wake up after about 4 hours and can't go back to sleep. Am tired now, though!

    Ate lots of meat today, mainly because it is pretty much all I have at home. Eggs and pork. I had a piece of cheescake. (Hanging head in shame) Grain free. (Lifting head slightly)

    After the excitement of the weekend, I have nothing good to report. All is back to boring in the Land of Siobhan.
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    You're never boring. Au contraire!

    Cheese cake is pretty primal -- just cream cheese and sour cream and, oh -- uh oh!

    I think it must be really hard to sleep at all with your schedule. It's amazing all that you do. You just need a few calm days and you'll be rarin' to go.

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    Here I am at work. Didn't sleep much! Still having the day sleeping problems, although I don't have hot flashes. I just wake up after about 4 hours and can't go back to sleep. Am tired now, though!

    Ate lots of meat today, mainly because it is pretty much all I have at home. Eggs and pork. I had a piece of cheescake. (Hanging head in shame) Grain free. (Lifting head slightly)

    After the excitement of the weekend, I have nothing good to report. All is back to boring the Land of Siobhan.

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    Yeah, and I'm starting menopause which is making it hard to sleep. Mother Nature is not being kind to me, although it could be worse! I've just added Vitamin E to my supplements. I can only hope!
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    Try Knock-Out (schiff) it sure works for me! All natural stuff.
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    The concert sounds fantastic - and I LOVE the way you dealt with the priest who had lost all perspective hee hee!
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