Hi Mark, not sure if you were directing your question to Buddy who started this thread or not, but honestly, I don't know if you will hear from him or not... I have not seen him post on here in quite some time..... Share your story or thoughts though.View Thread
I received an email from someone on this site or the other WEB MD forums I belong to. I went to reply and the email was invalid. If you want to get a hold of me and would like to correspond back and forth, I would need a valid email. You can always try contacting me again.
Sorry guys if this shows up in a couple of different spots, I'm posting to the forums I belong to.
Being from Michigan, I'm more of a Big 10 fan than anything, so with both teams coming from the SEC I didn't have a lot of interest in the game to begin with. However, with that being said.... I was routing for LSU to win. What a boring game..... truly boring. I didn't end up watching the whole thing... at what point do you suppse as a coach Les Miles should have tried his other quarterback??? You gotta give props to Alabama's defense, but really.... it was a boring game.View Thread
If it was gymguygreg that posted it, then you may be able to find him in the directory and where it tells how many discussions he has had, click on that and it will show you all of his discussions.... from there it would be just finding the story you are looking for. It may take some time depending on how many discussions he has.... and if I remember correctly, he was a great contributor. I wish he would come back......View Thread
I do have a wife, but with that being said... I clean my bathroom that I shower in. It is the "guys" bathroom downstairs, and I always clean it.... shower, toilet, counter, floors... you name it, I clean it.View Thread
Boy can I relate to this..... I too had collected and held on to some things from a girl that I had dated. You could say that she was my first love. She will always hold a special place in my heart. I did get rid of some of the stuff that I had collected and it made me feel sad too. I think I had stated in one of your other posts, that I too am very sentimental, and very soft hearted. The reason though that I did do this was because of my mother. You see my dad passed away almost 3 years ago. After he died, my mom had found some notes and pictures of his first love from way back when they were young. My mom was heart broken. She couldn't understand why he would have kept all of those memories. She felt as though my dad didn't love her and really loved this other woman, and that my dad had "settled" on my mom. Seeing this reaction broke my heart. I talked to my mom tried to make her feel better about things, but honestly, I don't know if I succeeded. Anyway, to make a long story longer..... One weekend my wife and kids went away shortly after my dad died, and I had my own emotional breakdown, which I needed to have. Up to that point I hadn't let myself grieve... when I had this meltdown, I had a bon fire in the backyard, and then I decided to burn some of those memories so that no one would have to go through what my mom went through. It made me sad, and it still does to this day a little bit, but I have my memories... and they are great memories, and no one can take that away from me.
Don't know if this helps or not and maybe it was too much information, but that's my story, and I'm sticking to it.View Thread
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