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  1. #21
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    Well I suggest you sell some of it on ebay and make money and keep the extra equipment. It will really show her what kind of deal you got. Maybe she would get it if you told her to find the equip for that price.

  2. #22
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    Cool

    Well my husband and I recently separated, as in getting a divorce, and well...

    He has a girlfriend now, her name is Dianna.

    I told daughters NOT to let her near my hives.

    LOL

    I told ex the same.

    Other then the daughters, the only thing I have to keep from the marriage are my beehives.


  3. #23
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    Sounds like Daisy needs a HUG. Here ya go daisy.

    <<<<<<<<<<<<Da isy>>>>>>>>>>>&gt ;

    Hope that makes ya feel better.

  4. #24
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    Just had to reply, love this forum!

    That sounds like something my mother
    would say to my father, though his
    response would be to inspect her craft
    room for the same criticisms.

    Hmm. Just how many yards of fabric do you
    need? How many balls of yarn? How many
    cookie cutters?

    Two can play this one. *giggle*

    My husband and I are both hoarders, so
    thankfully we have this in common. If
    you get a bargain, stock up. It's not
    like it will go to waste.

  5. #25
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    >Other then the daughters, the only thing I have to keep from the marriage are my beehives.

    And a nice collection of mirrors, and a bazillion books.

  6. #26
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    Daisy,
    Sorry to hear you are going through separation. My wife's first husband was quite a philanderer. She once questioned my expense on hobbies (chickens, llamas, ducks, and bees) and I told her that he (her ex-) went out and screwed around, I stay home and make messes.

    She has decided she prefers my eccentricities. Eventually you find someone who appreciates you for who you are.

  7. #27
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    Thank you for the hug rwjedi... I hugged gja back...

    Bullseye, LOL, I have lots of books as you know..... well someone broke into our storage place and they moved things around but didn't take anything. But I was only concerned for my books. But they were left undisturbed, unlike me.... he he... And we used the old mirror from the civil war era for the blue moon meditation last month. That was an interestingly free past time.


    and wfarler, I must add that we, husband and I, didn't take time to get about with others. We just didn't like one another. He loves me but didn't like me, and I can't love someone that I don't like. It was a quandry.

    I'm very happy that he has found someone who is attracted to him and wants to be with him.

    Go! LeeRoy!



    "Crap, I keep messing up my posts"...

    [This message has been edited by Daisy (edited August 17, 2004).]

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