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post #941 of 959 (permalink) Old 01-02-2019, 09:26 PM
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Thanks mate - yeah it's good to have him home, it felt like he'd been gone for ages this time.
You're welcome mate.

Know that feeling of missing family.

But at least your happy and that is a good thing.
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I am thankful I have Wi-Fi.


About 2 years ago my household didn't have cable or Internet service. Why? We fell behind on the bill. Hard times. I think we went 2-3 years without tv. I can't remember. I just know it was more than a year. Now with myself I had a cell phine service so I was able to be on the Internet at that time but then I sacrifice my phone bill to help keep money in our pockets. I went without a phone service for quite some time. {I'm still am to this day. It'll be a year in April}

Well anyway it wasn't until late 2018 due to my family living with a relative that we were able to have access to the Internet aside of going to the Library. Well more like myself because my Mom and my Older Sister still had their phone service. Now that we moved we have cable and Internet service again. So if anything I pretty much, recently by a year, just got back online again.


Good thing my 2 past online best friends had moved on from me before my Internet. I would had been worried about them wondering what had happened to me.


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post #945 of 959 (permalink) Old 01-20-2019, 03:32 PM
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1. My son
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5. Enough money
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I'm grateful for this apartment, for my privacy - I can do what I want, good health, my family, and many of the experiences I've had. My life hasn't been boring.
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I had this hard pimple that couldn't be popped and it was taking up serious real estate on my forehead. When I tried to pop it early on it just filled with blood which made it red. So the thing was massive and bright like Christmas. Finally I was able to pop it and it's starting to disappear.

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I am thankful for my Mom because she do a lot for my Sister and I. And she is there for us. I keep telling her she doesn't have to do the things she do for us but she say she don't mind. She makes breakfast, she been there to take my Sister to work and so much more. I just hate how she settle for less when my Sister try to give her something. That is why when I win it big I told her I am going to take care of her. She will be all set. She deserve it for many reasons. Because I love her, I want to give to her, she do a lot for us and she deserve it especially with what all {mostly her} we been through after my Dad left us. I want her to have her dream kitchen and her car and her art and craft room and her doing her home decor hobby. No worries.



I am also thankful for my Older Sister. She does a lot for us. She is that big sister one can look up to. She look out for me and my Mom because she is the only one that has a job and an income. Her part time job does more than the full time job the guy my Mom is with. She deserve everything too because unlike myself she is making an effort. {She just doesn't have anxiety or struggle with confidence. I wish I was like her} I look out for her too. We 3 are all we got. There is a lot of love so we can't be selling each other out. Not with what we been through.


So yeah overall I am thankful for my Family. And God for getting and seeing us through our darkest hours.



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Family! I've taken for granted my relationship with my family back then but now that I've become mature, I realized that there's nothing more important than knowing that you have a supportive family
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