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Thread started 02/16/10 4:29pm

TotalANXiousNE
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What is the best part of your day?

Ohhhhh my 2 favorite times of the day are

Tucking the kids in at night. I lay with each one for about 10 minutes and that 1 on 1 time with each of them is when we have our most meaningful conversations. I just love hearing wat is on their little minds and having little chats with them rite before they fall asleep.

My other favorite is waking up (during the week) and knowing the kids won't be up for another hour or hour n a half n that I have that time all to myself. No txts or phonecalls. Nuthin!

Usually on the wkends the kids get up b4 me n thatis NOT a good way tostadt ur day. LOL
I've reached in darkness and come out with treasure
I layed down with love and I woke up with lies
Whats it all worth only the heart can measure
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Reply #1 posted 02/16/10 4:37pm

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getting home after work and watching tv and eating and just relaxing...and sleeping...it's like I'm in another world.
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Reply #2 posted 02/16/10 4:45pm

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Here lately I like when everyone is sleeping and I get my own TV time and watch my recorded shows...
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Reply #3 posted 02/16/10 4:49pm

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Mornings - "where sex happens" lol
MY COUSIN WORKS IN A PHARMACY AND SHE SAID THEY ENEMA'D PRANCE INTO OBLIVION WITH FENTONILS!!
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Reply #4 posted 02/16/10 4:49pm

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Lately, it's the evening. I usually eat and hang out with my family, then take a hot bath and go to bed, where I'll screw around online for a bit before going to sleep. That downtime is great.
Ὅσον ζῇς φαίνου
μηδὲν ὅλως σὺ λυποῦ
πρὸς ὀλίγον ἐστὶ τὸ ζῆν
τὸ τέλος ὁ χρόνος ἀπαιτεῖ.”
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Reply #5 posted 02/16/10 4:51pm

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Reply #6 posted 02/16/10 5:01pm

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When I first get home and I sit on this couch in the family room, (odd name for someone who lives alone! lol) and turn on the TV and just relax.

I'm on my feet most of the day, talking to SOMEone, surrounded by teenagers. Here, it's just me.... cloud9

"Love Hurts.
Your lies, they cut me.
Now your words don't mean a thing.
I don't give a damn if you ever loved me..."

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Reply #7 posted 02/16/10 5:12pm

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Whenever I doody, then hop in the tub and take a hot shower. On a normal day, I'm clean! And that's the best feeling.
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Reply #8 posted 02/16/10 5:15pm

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Picking up my son from school.
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Reply #9 posted 02/16/10 5:18pm

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JustErin said:[quote]Picking up my son from school.

It's funny u say that cuz I think about this on the way to get the kids a lot. I'm gonna sound like an awful mother but I HATE that part of my day. I can't wait to see them but I just HATE the production of the pickup. I seriously dread it every day
I've reached in darkness and come out with treasure
I layed down with love and I woke up with lies
Whats it all worth only the heart can measure
It's not whats in the mirror but what's left inside
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Reply #10 posted 02/16/10 5:18pm

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Mine is being lucky enough to wake up each morning next to my wife. smile

Although I can't help thinking how much better it would be if she was still alive....

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Reply #11 posted 02/16/10 5:21pm

ZombieKitten

I'm a horrible mother then lol
my favourite part of the day is 9:05am
when I have just dropped OFF the kids from school
dead
I have that moment of potentially the whole day free and in peace cool
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Reply #12 posted 02/16/10 5:21pm

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mcmeekle said:

Mine is being lucky enough to wake up each morning next to my wife. smile

Although I can't help thinking how much better it would be if she was still alive....

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Reply #13 posted 02/16/10 5:22pm

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TotalANXiousNESS said:



It's funny u say that cuz I think about this on the way to get the kids a lot. I'm gonna sound like an awful mother but I HATE that part of my day. I can't wait to see them but I just HATE the production of the pickup. I seriously dread it every day


There is no drama when I pick him up. Just always get a "mama!" and a run to me and huge hug. It's awesome.
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Reply #14 posted 02/16/10 5:24pm

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when I'm asleep cloud9
Rhythm floods my heart♥The melody it feeds my soul
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Reply #15 posted 02/16/10 5:26pm

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ZombieKitten said:

I'm a horrible mother then lol
my favourite part of the day is 9:05am
when I have just dropped OFF the kids from school
dead
I have that moment of potentially the whole day free and in peace cool

Mine is at the opposite end. I like nothing better than standing at the school gates, waiting for the kids to come out. nod

Shame my case worker told me if I do it one more time it's a custodial sentence for sure.... confused
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Reply #16 posted 02/16/10 5:27pm

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JustErin said:

TotalANXiousNESS said:



It's funny u say that cuz I think about this on the way to get the kids a lot. I'm gonna sound like an awful mother but I HATE that part of my day. I can't wait to see them but I just HATE the production of the pickup. I seriously dread it every day


There is no drama when I pick him up. Just always get a "mama!" and a run to me and huge hug. It's awesome.



Ya that is cute.....how old is he now anyway.

I don't get drama. I guess it's just the knowing ya just had a long day n ya still gotta long haul to pick them up....then ya gotta get the coats on get ur stuff then Ppl wanna talk to ya n ur like look I have a 1/2 drive home dinner to make baths to give.

I just like when the chore part of it is over n the Q.T. Starts.
I've reached in darkness and come out with treasure
I layed down with love and I woke up with lies
Whats it all worth only the heart can measure
It's not whats in the mirror but what's left inside
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Reply #17 posted 02/16/10 5:27pm

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Nice thread.

I'd have to say weekend mornings are a big fave. Slowly waking up, making the yummiest tea and just generally taking my time to enter the day. Putting on music, staring out my window at the world as the sun comes fully into the day. cloud9

Weekday evenings I enjoy getting home from work - having my kitties greet me, changing out of my work clothes into my home clothes and deciding what lovely thing I'm gonna make for dinner. Cooking is totally my new way to unwind and I enjoy yummy food so much. I don't go all out every night, of course, and I always stay on the healthy side. But making myself the perfect dinner more often than not is SO totally good for my soul.
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Reply #18 posted 02/16/10 5:27pm

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mcmeekle said:

ZombieKitten said:

I'm a horrible mother then lol
my favourite part of the day is 9:05am
when I have just dropped OFF the kids from school
dead
I have that moment of potentially the whole day free and in peace cool

Mine is at the opposite end. I like nothing better than standing at the school gates, waiting for the kids to come out. nod

Shame my case worker told me if I do it one more time it's a custodial sentence for sure.... confused



eek

"Love Hurts.
Your lies, they cut me.
Now your words don't mean a thing.
I don't give a damn if you ever loved me..."

-Cher, "Woman's World"
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Reply #19 posted 02/16/10 5:29pm

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chocolate1 said:

mcmeekle said:


Mine is at the opposite end. I like nothing better than standing at the school gates, waiting for the kids to come out. nod

Shame my case worker told me if I do it one more time it's a custodial sentence for sure.... confused



eek

Don't worry, I'm only kidding. smile

My case worker doesn't even know I do it. biggrin
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Reply #20 posted 02/16/10 5:31pm

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CarrieMpls said:

Nice thread.

I'd have to say weekend mornings are a big fave. Slowly waking up, making the yummiest tea and just generally taking my time to enter the day. Putting on music, staring out my window at the world as the sun comes fully into the day. cloud9

Weekday evenings I enjoy getting home from work - having my kitties greet me, changing out of my work clothes into my home clothes and deciding what lovely thing I'm gonna make for dinner. Cooking is totally my new way to unwind and I enjoy yummy food so much. I don't go all out every night, of course, and I always stay on the healthy side. But making myself the perfect dinner more often than not is SO totally good for my soul.



Yup!! Cooking is very theraputic! I always bake when I have a lot on my mind or need to unwind. It always puts me in an awesome mood!
I've reached in darkness and come out with treasure
I layed down with love and I woke up with lies
Whats it all worth only the heart can measure
It's not whats in the mirror but what's left inside
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Reply #21 posted 02/16/10 5:33pm

ZombieKitten

mcmeekle said:

chocolate1 said:




eek

Don't worry, I'm only kidding. smile

My case worker doesn't even know I do it. biggrin


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Reply #22 posted 02/16/10 5:33pm

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TotalANXiousNESS said:

JustErin said:



There is no drama when I pick him up. Just always get a "mama!" and a run to me and huge hug. It's awesome.



Ya that is cute.....how old is he now anyway.

I don't get drama. I guess it's just the knowing ya just had a long day n ya still gotta long haul to pick them up....then ya gotta get the coats on get ur stuff then Ppl wanna talk to ya n ur like look I have a 1/2 drive home dinner to make baths to give.

I just like when the chore part of it is over n the Q.T. Starts.


He's 4. It's cool for me cuz I pick him up on the way home from work (his daycare is in his school) then it is a 2 minute drive to our place.
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Reply #23 posted 02/16/10 5:38pm

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JustErin said:

TotalANXiousNESS said:




Ya that is cute.....how old is he now anyway.

I don't get drama. I guess it's just the knowing ya just had a long day n ya still gotta long haul to pick them up....then ya gotta get the coats on get ur stuff then Ppl wanna talk to ya n ur like look I have a 1/2 drive home dinner to make baths to give.

I just like when the chore part of it is over n the Q.T. Starts.


He's 4. It's cool for me cuz I pick him up on the way home from work (his daycare is in his school) then it is a 2 minute drive to our place.


sweet.

i didn't expect this answer from you. to be honest, from what little i knew of you, i wasn't sure you were someone who was all that into motherhood.
everyone's a fruit & nut case
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Reply #24 posted 02/16/10 5:43pm

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whistle said:

JustErin said:



He's 4. It's cool for me cuz I pick him up on the way home from work (his daycare is in his school) then it is a 2 minute drive to our place.


sweet.

i didn't expect this answer from you. to be honest, from what little i knew of you, i wasn't sure you were someone who was all that into motherhood.


lol
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Reply #25 posted 02/16/10 5:44pm

ZombieKitten

JustErin said:

whistle said:



sweet.

i didn't expect this answer from you. to be honest, from what little i knew of you, i wasn't sure you were someone who was all that into motherhood.


lol


people do make the weirdest assumptions confuse like that if you wear nail polish you are insecure!

nutty
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Reply #26 posted 02/16/10 5:50pm

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ZombieKitten said:

JustErin said:



lol


people do make the weirdest assumptions confuse like that if you wear nail polish you are insecure!

nutty


yeh, but what the hell do i know? everything i say should be prefaced with that. i'm making it my sig.
everyone's a fruit & nut case
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Reply #27 posted 02/16/10 5:54pm

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whistle said:

ZombieKitten said:



people do make the weirdest assumptions confuse like that if you wear nail polish you are insecure!

nutty


yeh, but what the hell do i know? everything i say should be prefaced with that. i'm making it my sig.


lol Yes! considering that most people are so insecure that they would assume an assumption made about them might not be made without a clue like yours tease
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Reply #28 posted 02/16/10 5:58pm

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ZombieKitten said:

whistle said:



yeh, but what the hell do i know? everything i say should be prefaced with that. i'm making it my sig.


lol Yes! considering that most people are so insecure that they would assume an assumption made about them might not be made without a clue like yours tease


i guess i could improve the sig further by saying 'what the hell do i know about women?' razz
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Reply #29 posted 02/16/10 6:01pm

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whistle said:

ZombieKitten said:



lol Yes! considering that most people are so insecure that they would assume an assumption made about them might not be made without a clue like yours tease


i guess i could improve the sig further by saying 'what the hell do i know about women?' razz


comfort you somehow got one to marry you didn't ya? hmmm
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