I am asking to rejoin.... I used a different name ect. BUT I can't remember it. My name is Robin. What I do remember is one year someone from this group was sending out valentines cards and if anyone wanted one all thay had to do was provide info (privately) so I did. AND, Sorry I don't recall your name/handle BUT you sent me the cutest Valentines day card and it had heart shaped lollipops in it. I was so excited when I got that in the mail. I was like a child. It's funny how such a sweet simple thing could help in ones happiness. I will never forget that kind of kindness.
Someone also sent me a workbook on boudaries. I never did followed through with the workbook because I actuall needed the Book to go with it BUT I still have it and I am getting the book called BOUNDARIES soon.View Thread
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