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You'll notice I don't have a "top friends" section. That's because I consider ALL of my friends to be "tops". What you see here is what you get. If you think it's too much, or not enough, then I suggest you go look elsewhere...

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San Antonio, Texas
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MEMBER SINCE: 10/31/2010
STAR SIGN: Leo
LAST LOGIN: 12/31/2017 13:40:30

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Too many to list entirely. Some include Sleuth (the old version with Michael Caine and Lawrence Olivier), the Lord of the Rings triology, The Twilight Series, Harry Potter series, The Pirates of the Carribean series, Rio Bravo, Casablanca, Stand By Me, et al.

Just about anything except opera and hip-hop/gangsta rap. Particularly fond of Celtic music and hammered dulcimer. PLEASE DO NOT ASK ME TO ADD YOUR "TRIBUTE PAGE" TO MY FRIEND LIST. I understand that several folks have these and put a lot of work into them, but they are really not my cup of tea, and I will most likely turn down your request.

Anything having to do with trivia; books by James Clavell, J.K. Rowling, JRR Tolkein, Jonathan Kellerman, Stephenie Meyer, Kathy Reisch, Charles Dickens, Stories by Edgar Alan Poe, et al.

Needlework, cooking, reading ...

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Things to do today:
1) get up
2) survive
3) go to bed
4) repeat as many times as possible







I am a divorced (for several years) woman looking for friends, old and new. What I am NOT [repeat...NOT] looking for here is any romance or "hook-ups". Been there. Done that. Never going back again.

Numerous and varied, depending on the day and the mood I'm in.

Jealous, "clingy" people. People who send friend requests even tho' their profiles are set to "private". ABOUT COMMENTS -- I don't send out comments to anybody, nor do I "forward" or "share" the comments I'm sent. That reminds me too much of chain letters. I appreciate your comments and will try to respond when I get them, but if I don't, please don't get mad about it...especially if you send me tons of them. Oh, and I also delete all comments I get after I've viewed them, so if they're not showing, I've already seen them.



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06/18/2022 10:25:28


06/01/2022 10:12:40
Good Morning .. Stopping to wish you a Incredible Day! Just got my computer back also update with windows 11 so lets see how this goes.
Hugs...

The Power to Adjust

The Power to Adjust

Often when we have to adjust to a person or a situation, we experience many negative thoughts. We find it difficult and tend to feel we are making this adjustment only for the other person's benefit.

To adjust means to understand that nothing can be done to change a situation - it is more sensible to accept it. I adjust not because it will benefit others, but because I will benefit in the long run.

This is like crossing a physical obstacle; I cannot remove it so I have to find a way around it if I am to progress.


05/26/2022 08:12:19


Help Somebody




It was a cold winter’s day that Sunday. The parking lot to the church was filling up quickly. I noticed as I got out of my car that fellow church members were whispering among themselves as they walked to the church. 

As I got closer I saw a man leaned up against the wall outside the church. He was almost laying down as if he was asleep. He had on a long trench coat that was almost in shreds and a hat topped his head, pulled down so you couldn’t see his face. 

He wore shoes that looked 30 years old, too small for his feet, with holes all over them, his toes stuck out. I assumed this man was homeless, and asleep, so I walked on by through the doors of the Church. 

We all enjoy fellowship for a few minutes, and then someone brought up the man who was laying outside. People snickered and gossiped, but no one bothered to ask him to come in, including me. A few moments later church began. We all waited for the Preacher to take his place, and to give us The Word, when the doors to the church opened. In came the homeless man, walking down the aisle with his head down. 

People gasped and whispered and made faces. He made his way down the aisle and up onto the pulpit. When he took off his hat and coat my heart sank. There stood our preacher… he was the “homeless man.” 

No one said a word… the room was silent and still. 

Then the preacher took his Bible and laid it on the stand. 

“Folks, I don’t think I have to tell you what I’m preaching about today.” Then he started singing the words to this song… 

“If I can help somebody as I pass along,
If I can cheer somebody with a word or song,
If I can show somebody that he’s traveling wrong,
Then my living shall not be in vain.”

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