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exercising my mind, best resolution now.

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Sleepy Saturday, now feeling well rested!

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7 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

Find the Bot. Get it back.

 

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Found the bot but it fire.🤣

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Start a thread with more words.

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3 hours ago, Kasumi63 said:

We need more than six words.

 

The artificial restriction makes it fun.

 

Hugs!

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It is fun using six words.

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Love concise verbiage like Margaret Atwood!

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Bluetooth headphones for digital audio workstation 

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Bluetooth have cool need to learn

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Duh don't have Bluetooth wife does

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Everything has Bluetooth now. Absolutely everything.

 

Hugs!

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Jackie C.

Snow shoveled. Scarf inadequate. Face freezing.

 

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Snow predicted, drizzled instead, no shoveling!

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Depression and longing to escape, agonizing.

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Applied patch today. Little by little...

I've learned that patience is key.

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Reflections Echoing Waves Shattering Internal Peace.

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Good therapy session feel progress made.

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Turbulence tempts fragile minds to scorn.

Patience is a skill few have.

Balance is a prize of diligence.

Breathing isn't a free passed exercise.

Peace comes with a high price.

Diligence in personal care benefits all.

 

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Progressing closely still problem with patience

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Incremental change is hard to do.

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