Hi from Marisa

Linda asked us old timers to call in and say hi. The death of my
beloved Sooz prompts me to do so. I hope everyone is doing well. I'm
still beading and selling my jewelry. My focus this year is a bit more
on writing. I've been published quite a lot and am currently studying
at the Hagley Writers' Institute. My supervisor is pushing me to get
my first collection together. As you can imagine this is consuming me.
Here's a link to my jewelry album on FB
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Pretty sure it's public. Love, light, peace to all. Marisa xxx
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Marisa
I remember you don't like purple, because when you were a child after the war all the crayons were purple :) Hello dearest Shirley. The other day I wore the green brooch you gave me. I still have it, it still takes pride of place in my collection and I always get compliments on it. xxx
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Marisa
I have the key board you made me with my door keys hung on it, the strawberries look good enough to eat. Also the picture of you in the snow above my computer. The green brooch was my mothers and it would have been her birthday today, she was born in 1905. I have a blue one very much the same that she gave me. Hugs Shirley
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Shirley Shone
Hello everyone... it's nice to see your sweet virtual faces on RCB again! Navigation through Google is a little confusing, I wish I still had a news service I could subscribe to via my mailreader.
I'm having a very hard time since Sooz died. My uncle also died unexpectedly on Thursday and there's some other rough stuff going on. I'm pretty emotionally exhausted and I think truly depressed for the first time in my life. I don't want to be a downer though so I won't go on about it. :) I will say that my kids are all lovely and strong and healthy, and I'm still making beads.
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Kalera
have you tried Mozilla Thunderbird it is free. My son put it on for me and I am getting on okay with it. Sorry to hear about your uncle. Bad things never come singly and they sorely try us. Hugs Shirley
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Shirley Shone
Excuse me, Kalera, but I must correct one of your statements:
Still making DROOLWORTHY BEEYOUTEEFUL beads!
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Linda2
Hi Kalera,
I'm very sorry to hear about your Depression! Keep in mind that Depression is about having too much in your head, so try to lighten your load a bit. I have discovered that at least half of my dibilitation has been ADD. For years I have been told that you can only have ADD as an adult if you had it as a child, and my mother has absolutely insisted that I did not have it as a child. Of course, genetics are a strong influence with it, and people with ADD would see their child as being normal just like they are! My doctor convinced me to try Adderol, and OMG I became functional again.
I don't like google for newsgroups either, but my service provider to me that news groups are just not a priority.
The day after Pete got out of jail our Toyota truck's engine seized, leaving us with just our big, gas guzzling firewood truck. About a week later we found a Checker Marathon. It has a HUGE back seat. Easily big enough for my 6' 3" son, or "Little Pete", my step son who is 6' 4" and weighs close to 300 lb.
Love your beads -- and you.
Tina
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Tina
What are you writing/publishing?
I love all those beaded beads and bezels/edges. But I think your desk looks spooky. There's no mess on it!
Tina
> Linda asked us old timers to call in and say hi. The death of my > beloved Sooz prompts me to do so. I hope everyone is doing well. I'm > still beading and selling my jewelry. My focus this year is a bit more > on writing. I've been published quite a lot and am currently studying > at the Hagley Writers' Institute. My supervisor is pushing me to get > my first collection together. As you can imagine this is consuming me. > Here's a link to my jewelry album on FB
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> Pretty sure it's public. Love, light, peace to all. Marisa xxx
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Tina
Thank you all very much!
I am considering today a big day in the beginning of my recovery from loss and grief, and I have an appointment with my therapist this evening. Last week also heard the death knell in a relationship with a wonderful man I love dearly and hoped to spend the rest of my life with; however, we each trigger each others issues in ways that neither of us are ready to deal with yet. I am profoundly sad, and losing hope for us at the same time as losing Sooz and my uncle felt like another death, but I am finally ready to let go and move on.
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Kalera
You can get a free account with these folks and read the news in your mail program. I have used them for years.
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(I've loved your beads for quite a while!) Gina in Virginia
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