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I made some positive changes this week!

Saturday, July 14, 2012

So an update...I posted last week on some steps that I need to implement after I wined about my world being so small

I did takes some risks and hung out a couple of times with a woman that I have been wanting to ask to go to lunch but was afraid...and we went to the beach and had fun. I really like this woman and I knew that we would hit it off. We have the same personality and humor. So I am glad I took the risk. I also called a male friend that I enjoy talking to and asked him to dinner...he couldn't go that night but said we would do it some time soon. I won't hold my breath on that one because he is a fly by the seat of his pants type of guy and I am not going to take it personally either. We spend time together every now and then and it is always fun and we talk up a storm. But he is very busy with his daughter and her sports and that is ok. He should be busy with her. And now for the big step, I kicked a so called friend to the curb...because it was always all about them and it is never about me EVER! so good riddens. Now I have some energy to spend with some other people. I still spent quite a bit of time alone but it was ok. I got some things done around the house and yard. I didn't stuff my emotions with food...however I didn't do much cooking either.

My son came home last night from Portugal and I am thrilled. But I need to be real careful not to revert back into having my life revolve around him...He is going to be 17 years old in a couple of weeks. As it stands now he is only home to eat, shower and sleep as it is. And that is what he is suppose to do.
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  • no profile photo REILLYGIRRRL
    Great job. Keep it up.
    2820 days ago
    And, you are doing what you bare supposed to do~ making new friends and branching out yourself! emoticon
    2821 days ago
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