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Friday, July 26, 2013

A Post

It's been a long, hard, and in general, awful day. Details are not important, but I now understand the true meaning of sorrow and hate.

And, I don't like it.

Stephen

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  1. So sorry to hear that my friend.

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  2. Speaking in general terms, I've always wondered about people that would act in such a manner as to provoke me to such feelings.

    Just remember there's a high road out there for you to take, it's just hard to find on some days.

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    1. I went high, Matt. It took two days for me to reach a calm state of mind but I'm back. Thank you.

      I've often wondered the same....

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  3. AWW! So sorry Stephen. Please do take the high road. You will feel better about yourself if you do.

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    1. The high road does save on my ammunition stores. Thanks, Kristine.

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  4. dear sweet one - i really wish that you never, ever had to understand the true meanings of those two things. but i think i understand what you are referring to. and i am so sorry.

    words are meaningless at times like these...just know that i am sending warm thoughts and prayers your way. your friend,
    kymber

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  5. Thoughts and prayers... I can only echo the other posts.

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  6. Ouch. Hope things get better man.

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    1. Sadly, things won't, but we'll live. Thanks, my friend.

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  7. Yes, what they said. Take the high road, sir, and you can look your sweet wife in the eyes in the morning.

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    1. I haven't spoken of it....as it's better all around if I stay silent..thanks, my friend.

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  8. Did you have to go to the DMV today?

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    1. Ah, if only it were so simple...thanks, Corey.

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  9. We all know the depth of those two words. One makes you stronger and the other destroys you. Choose wisely, my dear Stephen.

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  10. Sorry. Even the darkest day comes to an end. Don't lose hope.

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    1. sorry. truth is I don't know what to say.

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    2. You've said more than enough...friends are to be treasured. Thank you.

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  12. Maybe a trip out of town, just a change of scene, would help a little.

    Remember what you always told me back in the long ago. "Be careful what you say on line, you never know who is reading it."

    I'm damned sorry you are having to put up with all this and I wish I could help. You sure helped my family when my son was having a tough time.

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    1. I do remember, my old best friend...I do. I've even gone so far as to keep the round to myself. And, you give me far more credit than I deserve for the little bit of help I gave...it was my pleasure. I shall always be here. Thanks, Harry.

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  13. I'm hoping that a few days of clarity and calm helped you out. We're all here for you when you need us.

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