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Emma, I hope Elaine gets good results from the MRI. I imagine that will feel like a very long week waiting for the results.
Joyce, it stinks that people give you grief over not attending a company party. That stuff shouldn't feel mandatory. I almost never go to our company party. I'm not diplomatic if people ask me why I'm not going. I don't like getting dressed up and standing around all night.
My Christmas party is this friday and Randy's is next friday. Usually they are on the same night and we go to Randy's because they provide booze and gifts(and if Randy has to go to a public place, there better be beer). No shame there. My office is super cheap, but good food.
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Too far away Mingler!
"A good life is when you assume nothing, do more, need less, smile often, dream big, laugh a lot and realize how blessed you are."
My neighbor's car alarm goes off pretty much every night. Either they need to get that thing fixed, or we have a lot of attempted car thefts in my neighborhood. Either way, the alarm gets on my nerves.
Went to the visitation tonight for a lady from church tonight. She was elderly and in pain so she was ready. On the flip of that a student at one of the area high schools took his own life. And a brother and sister that attend Heritage (where Erin and Dave attended school) died on the way to school this morning in a car accident.
Life is fleeting. And can change in a moment.
Oh, my goodness! That's a lot in a short time. So sad.
Just had something weird happen. Checking in before bed and I see a picture that Lisa W shared on facebook. It is one of my dad's pieces of art. He used to do these pun etchings and watercolor them. So strange. I haven't talked to him since my grandfather passed. Is it a sign? I am tired of reaching out to him only to be hurt in the end. Sigh...
He doesn't know what he's missing. Truly, his loss. Sadly, your pain.
I have Elaine and Sue coming over for a 'kitchen supper' which had us in hysterics as we no longer have a dining room!!!! We need to cheer Elaine along. She is having her post radio surgery MRI tomorrow. It will be the deal breaker, either the tumour hasn't reappeared, or it's regrown. It could go either way. And the kicker is she has to wait a week for the results
I hope that the supper went well and it was a great mood lifter for all of you. I'm so sorry her road has been so rocky.
Emma, good luck to Elaine! I'm sure you will cheer her right up at supper. And safe travels to Roy!
Cathy, that car alarm would make me crazy, too. Just put down the sledge hammer and walk away, it's not worth it.
Debra, that's very tragic about the suicides. We just had an elderly couple commit murder suicide. They were in their 90's. How deep was their despair that they felt this was their only option?
Oh, my goodness! This made me laugh!
As for the suicides, I can understand it more for the couple in their 90s than the young ones. But I've been in that dark place, so I can relate. I just wish you could get through to them that "this" (whatever this is) will pass and life can and does get better.