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10 hours ago, jillar said:

Almost 57 years old and just right now learned what queef means 😲

OMG just googled also.  Did not know this.  Good thing to know in case it popped up in my crosswords!

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16 hours ago, jillar said:

Almost 57 years old and just right now learned what queef means 😲

 

Trust the science!

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Had my first Covid Vaccine jab yesterday, feel rough today, arm feels like it’s been punched hard and I have a headache from hell.

just feel a bit sorry for myself ..

 

 

 

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On 3/14/2021 at 11:14 PM, catlover said:

Had my first Covid Vaccine jab yesterday, feel rough today, arm feels like it’s been punched hard and I have a headache from hell.

just feel a bit sorry for myself ..

 

 

 

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Such an adorable gif. Hope you are feeling better @catlover

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On 3/3/2021 at 11:11 PM, BKP said:

 

Really people!  Can we please use the scientific name?

 

Vagart

Oh that's funny, never heard of vagart  or queef. Guess who turned to "Goggling",  LMAO. Just always knew it as a p*ssy fart 🤣🤣🤣

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Keeping an eye on the sky.  Wouldn't be March in Tennessee without at least one day of flash flooding and tornado watches.

 

No worries.  I know how to handle bad weather...

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Feeling so relieved my sister had her long awaited operation for an aortic aneurysm . Due to covid she has had to wait almost a year for it, and i have been so stressed it would  rupture and I may lose her. She had an 8 hour operation last Tuesday and has just come out of ICU and on to a general ward. She is in a lot of pain, I spoke to her yesterday for a few minutes. Hopefully she will go home in a couple of days. I pray now she will quit smoking. Yes she was still smoking with the aneurysm, madness!!!

The power of this addiction is appalling!

Life is better without cigarettes, and I have proved great stress can be handled without smoking.

Thank god I am free of this horrible addiction.

 

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That must have been so scary for you all @catlover. Thank goodness she's on the road to recovery. Hopefully she'll use this as a wake up call to quit and if she's willing we're here for her 🤗

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Thank you Jillar. It’s been terrifying, her aneurysm was big, should have been operated on months ago, and I know she was terrified of it rupturing, so smoked to “ease” her stress. I read it’s one of the worst things to do with an aneurysm as it affects your arteries. I tried to get her to stop, but I guess we all stop when we are ready and not when others are worried about us. While she’s been. In hospital obviously she can’t smoke, so that/has given her a good start. I just hope she carries it on. Hopeing she will be greatful for a fresh start and quit and keep healthy.

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Glad your sis is past her surgery and on the mend. This Covid thing is screwing up a lot of other stuff, that's for sure. Hopefully your sister sees her 'smoke free' hospital stay as a good head start on quitting as well but what you said before is true. People are ready when they're ready themselves. We can only gently encourage them I suppose.

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Thank you Reci, yes  fingers crossed she realises what a great chance she has been given , she is very lucky and she knows it. Monday night the night before the op she kept sending me messages telling me she loved me, I think she was worried she might not make it ...  

now is the time to make a new life and move on from smoking.

covid has definately caused a lot of problems for many people and some won’t make it , as get treatment too late or not at all!

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It's not what I'm doing but more of what I did.......... We had free shred weekends all month of March at a local bank celebrating their 20th anniversary and I managed to get rid of SEVEN 13gallon bags of paperwork! Now I have plenty of room in the boxes for the next seven years! :) 

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23 hours ago, catlover said:

Feeling so relieved my sister had her long awaited operation for an aortic aneurysm .

 

Glad your sister was able to get the medical attention she needed.

 

You have set a great example for her by quitting smoking.  Hopefully, she will follow your lead.

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Crying and can't believe that I am craving a cigarette.  My dad just passed away.  I can't tell you how dysfunctional my family is and how difficult it has been over the last five days.  I did get the chance to tell my dad I loved him and he finally told me that he loved me.  I know that should be enough but I can't seem to get rid of all the hurts.  I am hoping now, that the healing will begin.  

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