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Because you wanted your very own thread :biggrin:

 

*brings in offerings for her Warder <3 *

 

 

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And this is not a torture table, that is for massage *nods nods*

 

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ok it mayyyy look smaller than the cocktails but it is just the right size *nods nods* :biggrin:

 

 

 

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Hi Myra! Good to see you here *grins*

 

 

16 hours ago, Cross said:

*runs in, snatches the cake, runs out*

 

You better be giving me half of that!

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*breaks off a corner of the cake, tosses it to Mother, keeps running*

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MYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYRRRRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

hi

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Corners are good. As long as they're big.

 

So what have you been up to, Myra?

 

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*trips the fleeing Accepted and attempts to catch the cake as it flies through the air*

 

Oops!

 

*watches sadly as it goes SPLAT on the ground*

 

I guess I should have thought to use a weave to catch the cake . . .  :oops:

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Staying alive.... 

 

Got a nasty cold over Christmas that is just now starting to let go...

Coming to terms and getting used to the grief of miscarrying last year... 

Enjoying poking holes in my husband's old-fashioned, archaic logic re: no male friends for his wife...

 

So you know... keeping my head above water...

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Same as Ithi. I know what it feels like kid and the same offer is on the table. 

 

I have such short patience for that kind of thinking. lol Every time I hear someone say 'I trust you I just don't trust everyone else' I want to pull my hair out. If you trust your partner that's all that matters. You're not stunned powerless and unable to think if someone hits on you. 'Hey, you're cute. Can i buy you a drink?' "oh no! I am now completely under this person's control and unable to think for myself. Whatever shall I do?! I must now sleep with them. If only I had listened to my partner". GTFOOH. lol That's just some insecure guilt and maybe some envy . . . . . . . just sayin . . . . . .  Good luck lady. 

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Yeah we had that convo too.... but this one seriously flabbergasted me...

 

It would be perfectly fine for a hypothetical daughter to play with and a have little male friends cause they are kids but I cannot go out for lunch with one of my very best friends since high school...

 

I cannot carpool with a pastor from our church who is also happily married with a kid if we are the only two in the vehicle....

 

and yet it is totally fine to have had multiple girlfriends and slept with them all prior to marrying me.... 

 

Uhm, what? This is where you draw the line? 

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Honestly I've never had the no male friends issue. I was talking about your loss :sad:

 

But with regards to the other thing, my ex was very sneaky and ugh twisted about other things. Because he was this way he believed I was the same way. Like because he behaved a certain way he thought I would to. Maybe he's projecting his own past choices onto you. Hey baby it's not that I don't trust you. It's him I'm worried about ... garbage 

 

But yeah the other thing. I'm here to listen if you ever need it.

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*coughs*

 

Work kept me from policing this thread ... but no one can't steal from Myra *glares*

 

*counts the cupcakes*

 

Now on the male-friends part, I have to say that it's easier for me to get along with guys, because they are so much easier to communicate with. Thane knows it and he has never said anything against it. I hope that your hubby will realize that having some time with a male friend doesn't mean anything.

 

*huggles the Myra*

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*looks at chae, steals a cupcake*

 

 

i can’t say i’ve ever been met with that same issue as i’m apparently perma-single, but the first thought that occured to me was perhaps there’s a fear of loss involved. regardless a good sit down heart to heart can’t do any harm. 

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and food. and things that might not be food but look edible anyway

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On 1/11/2018 at 10:26 PM, Cross said:

*looks at chae, steals a cupcake*

 

 

 

O.O

*pushes Cross in the Moat with a thread of Air*

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5 hours ago, Chaelca said:

 

O.O

*pushes Cross in the Moat with a thread of Air*

 

Bwaaaaahhhhaaaahahaha!

 

Errrr .... *dons dignified look*

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