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Tag Archives: sadness
Do you think this was the right move…or do you believe Joe Paterno should have been allowed to retire at the end of this season?
Did any of you happen to see the Ruth Madoff interview with her son Andrew on 60 Minutes Sunday night? I found it to be very sad. I find her to be a very sheltered woman and extremely naive. Here’s a small … Continue reading
Since 1980, the number of overweight kids has tripled. According to WebMD, it is harder for parents to broach the issue of weight with their kids, than even sex or drugs. Is it a difficult issue for your family to … Continue reading
“Cheaters don’t define infidelity; their partner’s do.” And, social media has made the slippery slope of ‘cheater-cheater-pumpkin-eaters,’ even more slippery. In this modern day world, how do you define ‘infidelity?’ A torrid love affair? A one night stand? A platonic, … Continue reading
Are you sick of hearing about Charlie Sheen? At first I just felt bad for the guy. I mean, he’s got problems. But then I think, why in God’s green earth is he EVERYWHERE?? I opened my homepage this morning … Continue reading
I’d like to thank SKL for bringing this story to my attention. I’m not going to write anything about it. I’m just copying the story for you and would like to hear what you have to say or what you … Continue reading
What do you do when you are feeling very sad or depressed?
I know that I’ve talked about this before but I really feel the need to do it again. For those of you who know us, this will come as no shock. For those of you who could care less, sorry for … Continue reading
I’ve been thinking of this post for most of the week and trying to think of wording it the right way. I guess to me, it comes down to either being nice to someone or telling a little white lie … Continue reading
This thing seems very silly to me. I think it’s one of the times I think to myself that as time goes on, things just go to far and get to carried away. This story was on Good Morning America … Continue reading
Hurting the ones we love. How many times have you done that? Do we do this because we can? Because it’s safe? Because no matter what, this person will always be there for us and always love us NO MATTER … Continue reading
There has been so much talk lately of people who are having or have had an affair. From the governor of South Carolina and John Edward’s, as well as many others and I won’t name them all. I’m sure you all … Continue reading
Anyone who knows me knows that my heart is really big when it comes to animals. I have a huge spot in my heart for them. It doesn’t really matter what kind of animal, I love all of them. Snakes … Continue reading
Name a Song that always makes you sad?
I am the biggest cry baby when it comes to movies. I’m just a very sensitive person. I even cry at Hallmark commercials! I was over on Facebook the other day and saw a “quiz” that asked for the top … Continue reading
When people ask me where I grew up I say, Sacramento. That’s where I was born and lived until I was 16, so I do consider Sacramento my hometown. 90% of my family still lives there. So when I heard … Continue reading
One more year goes by. I don’t celebrate my dads life, I mourn it. Believe me, all the counseling and medication in the world can’t change the way I feel. I’ve tried, well technically they’ve tried. It is what it … Continue reading
Okay, I have an embarrassing confession to make. I read the tabloids. Not only do I read them, I have them delivered to my home. Let me begin by explaining that I need to read. Something. Anything. Before we moved out to … Continue reading