*bz* Ow, it not mine! But it my country... dat counts too! :) Just got back from walkies wiff Miep! It's just below zero, so nice, nose-biting, fresh here! Got rid of the last bits of flu as well... :P http://cheezburger.com/6929097216
*bz* Hi Safrida! :) Aren't those LED roadlights ossim! Haven't seen dem yet, but they'll bee popping up/out allover soon, here! btw, can you watch the entire video on yootoob! Tonight all yootoobs stop about halfway, and cut! Hows dat on yur end?
Thanks for your concern, Safrida. I am fine. No concussion or whiplash. And it turns out my car is not totally toast now. I can actually get it fixed. It's not going to be cheap, but it will be good to get it repaired. Unfortunately I dont' have collision so I have to pay out of my pocket. :( But at least I'm ok and so is the other driver. :D
i was sideswiped fortunately ( and the visit was when i was in high-school -so - 30+ years now -- ahhhh) -- just lots of branches down in the back! still haven't fully cleaned up since the leaves fell shortly after that.
i visited peterborough once - -many many years ago for a choral festival thing. even saw a hockey game when we were there. was one fo the few i loved cuase it was kids and htey didn't fight so much - but really played well and hard. glad you accepted the FR!
I had one aunt that I still miss.. must have been gone about 30+ years now.. so I'm sorry and know she'll be missed and remembered, too. I got happy news today, first I got a *fp* on the Homepage, and also this.. http://blog.cheezburger.com/community/cheezburger-featured-user-furrgetmenot/
It is nice when it can be personalized. My step-father was so traumatized that he forgot to mention Mama's five kids and the three daughters were sitting there. I was the baby girl. I stood up and introduced myself and my sisters. We didn't sit on the front row because we knew we'd be bawling up a storm
I am glad it was peaceful for her and the healing process can beging for all of u. It is a truism that funerals are for the living, not the passed. I come from old country roots and the after party was always looked forward to with good food, drinks and lots of reminiscing and laughter by friends and family who maybe had not seen each other in awhile. When my Dad passed it was summer and we had a large backyard BBQ and it was as my Dad wished. He had always said to me "Schatzi, when I go, I want you to have a big party for me and be sure to serve only the best whiskey." LOL
It's good to hear from you. I probably would have had the same reaction to the priest that y'all did. Amazing Grace is a favorite of mine, but tears just roll when I hear it at funerals. I go to visitations, but I don't attend funerals anymore. I just can't sit there. It started with my Mom's funeral. I know it's a "mental" thing, but I can't help it. Maybe, someday I'll get over it, who knows. You hang in there. It's gonna be a whole new "normal" so don't think you're abnormal. We all react differently. Just remember that we're all in your corner. We love you. Hugs, Linda (wally01)
I adore "Amazing Grace" but my empathy sends me bawling too. I have to laugh sometimes about how people destroy it to "make it sound better and out-do every body who every sang it in the entire history of the song!" My mother had a wierd priest too. Her priest had recently passed and this guy didn't know her at all.
Hi there. Oh, safrida, I know that feeling well. When my mother passed away, I drove 75 miles home from the hospital, and I don't remember ANY of them! Someone was watching over me for sure that day, and I'm grateful, too. It was almost the same with my brother's passing. I still find it hard to believe he's gone. It's true it does take time, and that length of time is different for everyone. You hang in there. Just know that we are thinking of you, and holding you up in our thoughts and prayers. Hugs, wally01 (Linda)
The funeral will be hard but all her loved ones wil lbe there with u and together u will all get through it. Even though most of us will never meet each other in RL, this is such a caring community that I can always "physically" feel the hugz an good thoughts.
You are very welcome. I had the exact same reaction when I though Jimmy had been killed. That Cora is a sly one. Pongo may well know that it was Cora instead of Regina, but Emma was upset and dropped the dream catcher before Pongo's memories ended. The writers on that show are fabulous! I can't wait to find out how Rumpel can leave town or what will happen next! I'm glad you were able to watch the show. I know tomorrow night and Thursday will be very difficult and will be thinking about you. Hang in there.