I looked at the Chinese thing, I didn't get it. I didn't see anything unusually about it. Caprice and DD will always be dear to my heart, as many others here, no matter who they really are. I don't know people here who they really are beyond these boards, they have always been there for me and that's what counts. I think we all need to let it go, move on. I know that's hard because I still think of Caprice and wish I had one more talk with her.
Dem, you did what you thought was right and that's ok, I have nothing bad to say about you. I value people who are honest with me and I have been fooled many times. Im learning to let it go and not dwell on it, which is extremely hard. (((Dem)))
SB, OTW is right, PLEASE!!! Don't give up, you are worth it, maybe not to yourself right now but for us. FIGHT!! Big Hugs KateView Thread
It felt great, like a kyte, flying free. For a few moments my head was clear and I let everything go. I felt the pressure from falling, stretch out my arms after a few minutes and I was flying. Once the parachute opened I was gliding. It was quiet and can see all of Long Island. It was beautiful. I would love to do hang gliding, maybe that will be my next adventure.View Thread
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