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    emoticon I think in Linda's blog she said it was Son#`1 who got a called from Himself saying all kinds of nasty, hateful things to him & he (Son#1) called Linda while she was driving back home & Linda said she pulled off the road and was crying since no one had believe her that Himself was so mean to her.
    I worked as a nurse in a nursing home and one thing I believe is when people get old, they lose that control that tells them to "shut up", and if they say hateful things now, it is because all these years they thought it, but kept their mouth shut because they needed something (from the wife or others). If you are a sweet old senile person, you were thinking that yrs ago, so I think.
    Thus, this son may now feel like he has had those vibes from Himself for yrs, but Himself never said it to him.
    11 hours ago

    Leadership is recognizing that we are all ONE. That every person you lead is brilliant as you, as talented as you, and has the same capacity for growth/accomplishment. They simply need to be reminded of this fact. Vishen Lakhiani
    ♥ -:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-:¦:-*♥~.•*´¨ )♥~*-: -*♥-*

    15 hours ago
    Thank you for reading my last blog.
    We have taken so many different paths and here we are together on the same journey to a healthy lifestyle.

    22 hours ago
    emoticon for the blog support on my blog: "Not Now Lydia! ... emoticon Can't You See I'm Driving the Car!" ...
    1 day ago
    Thank you for reading my blog about my dress code rebellion.
    It’s hard to imagine now how many obstacles, great and small, that women faced and how we once just accepted it as “the way things were.”

    3 days ago
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