Kj...you hold a special place in my heart...just thought I would say that :-)Wander
Chris, likewise and ditto :-)
You said knock knock...and I'll say who's there :-)
Orange you glad we've met? :-)
I told Tyler that my friend, kj, was whining.He said to ask, "Would you like some cheeeese with that whiiiine?"(It never fails to snap us out of it! Ha!)Enjoy your weekend :)♥Kristin
Hahaha! I will remember this !
Such a delight to have a devilish whine now & again.But that might be a good post for Emily, heeheeeeeeee
Babs, kj stole this from me! She owes me money fot rental rights!!!!!!!SincerelyEmily R.
You shared a wonderful bit of information, and emily v. v. rabbit responded. I can tell. (We Bears are like that; we know.)Blessings and Bear hugs to two of my favourite individuals!
Thank thank you mr rob bear.i'm glad you knew it was me. Kj owes me $ 45FondlyE. R.
"DON'T WHINE" Uh, oh, do bad things happen to people who whine? I mean I've been whining for decades, and I've never gotten a ticket for it, so I thought it was okay. Now, I'm worried.
That's funny, snow : I've gotten dozen of tickets! Some cost me and some don'tLovekj
The last one is tough.......hahahaHave a great weekend!♥M
Impossible even!!! :-)
Perfect. ( or is this emily??)
Here I am Mim! kj owes me $63 dollarsYour friendEmily R.
Whining and my job go hand in hand!!;)xoLo♥
Lololo, it's me Emily. I hope you are falling to the floor and kicking your legs up very high. That part is important.Loveemily
the hardest one for me is ask questions. i always feel i am intruding however i always have lots of questions. i most often keep them inside. not good.
And yet most people like the interest that questions convey. At least I think doThinking of you suki. Losses are new beginnings even when they may not be welcomed. Hope to see you soon♥
ok kj - and emily - that poster would be perfect if the last sentence was changed from don't whine to drink wineright?!?xoxo
YES! You ate brilliant, AmandaXoxoxo
Damn damn spellcheck! You know I don't mean ate :-)
Was going well till that last one...just reading the response above me...yes yes drink wine....love to you dearest....
Chrisy, I can't drink but I'm not above imagining otherwise :-)Of course love to you tooxoxokj
kj,I really like your poem. (aka Emily's poem) :)I'd like also to comment about the post below. It touched me, as sometimes I feel just as disheartened as you and the other commenters describe. It did my soul good to know that I'm not alone, really. Can you believe that here in Canada, our newly elected government cancelled our quite good long gun registry, as one of it's first acts of parliament. This is even against the strong advice of the country's police chiefs in each region of Canada? Many of the supporters of the Harper government, are proponents of the long gun registry, and hunting rights, etc.And we also have the tar sands, and our gov't is cutting back on environmental regulations, it seems in favour of big profti for Enbridge.How does this do for a good "Whine"?I follow alot of the politics in your country, and my son just today said to me, "Romney put his foot in his mouth again". We wholeheartedly are praying for Obama to win in November.The Syrain tragedy, does seem more horrible than ever, it does seem like both a civil war, and genocide - I keep wondering what the world can do. And yet we do need to do something I think.Did you watch the opening ceremony for the Olympics, I truly felt touched by the carrying of the Olympic flag by the "peacemakers" - I just wonder why the positive energy of this kind of interational gathering cannot have a spillover to the worlds' leaders.I had been feeling cynical about the Olympics in the past few years, but watching it woth my son, has renewed my sense of happiness about young athletes competing but also just doing their sport to the best of their own capacity. (My son was a good judo athlete as a teenager, teaches judo now, and knows some of our national judo athletes at the Olympics, and his genuine happiness for them is contagious.) We've watched the weightlifting, rowing and swimming, it is good.Also seeing young athletes from small countries who have struggled and worked so hard to get there, inspires me. And there are one or two countries which finally accepted to send their women athletes, and that is pretty amazing for these young women.Maybe we also can have hope that there are the young coming up with new ideas, and soon the Mitt Romneys, and Stephen Harpers, will be elderly, and out of the picture.I plan to do a post about "The Elders" at my blog soon, I've been reading about them, they are an inspiring group of international individuals - so there seem to be places we can see hope and advancement in spite of the darkness around us.Thanks for your posts here,Brenda
Brenda, a step back in gun control? Not goodGreat that you enjoy the Olympics with your son. I'm following them too and I am glad to see nations and nationities togetherBe the change you want to see. Right?Lovekj
Right?! No whining allowed. Except when absolutely necessary to get the words out :).
This is true :-)Nice to see you here, ms she writes here now. :-)Lovekj
Phew! For a minute there I thought I read "Don't WINE". :-)
Hello sag!!! I'm glad you came to your visionary senses. :-)I hope you are well. I snuck into your blog two days agoXoxokj