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inner peace, inner beauty, inner harmony 

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inner one ear outer the other..... 😇

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Just kidding words of wisdom Cyndee

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Jackie C.

Had appointment with OB/GYN. Awkward poking.

 

Hugs!

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Just kidding words of wisdom Cyndee

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Heather Nicole
3 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

Had appointment with OB/GYN. Awkward poking.

 

Hugs!

 

I groggily misread "awkward" as "award".

 

"Awkward" makes a lot more sense!

 

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so true so true so true

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Tomorrow is a new day @Shay!

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Early ballot acknowledged as being received 🙂

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Thank you Jani thank you Astrid.

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16 hours ago, Shay said:

Thank you Jani thank you Astrid.

And Thanks to every Transpulser here,

on every day, not just Thanksgiving! 🦃

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Totally agree Transpulse is a Sanctuary

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Small steps are making big smiles.

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Feel real me more than ever.

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Feel not fell dag nab bit

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Jackie C.
1 hour ago, Shay said:

Feel not fell dag nab bit

 

Dagnabbit is one word. Points forfeit.

 

Hugs!

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Darn hope not too many points.

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rain wind gave way to sunshine 

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Jackie C.

Sunshine. I have heard of that.

 

Hugs!

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ups and downs ups and downs

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8 hours ago, Jackie C. said:

Dagnabbit is one word. Points forfeit.

I hear dagnabbits are delicious, roasted 🍽️

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I will have to try some.

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4 hours ago, Shay said:

I will have to try some.

With quivering lips I bite down,

And hear a tiny dagnabbit voice...

Scream and laugh a "Happy Halloween!!!" ☠️

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