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Old 02-15-2008, 04:39 PM   #31
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Sadly I had no one to to celebrate with, I used to give my wife a dozen red roses every year for 40 years & please don't say that I should find a new love, there was only one woman for me, my Christina.
You must have been a great couple. My heartfelt respect to you. I can only imagine what it's like to celebrate Valentine's Day without your life-long love.
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Old 02-15-2008, 04:41 PM   #32
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Stayed home sick. I felt like crap. Then I ate some chocolate.
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Old 02-15-2008, 04:44 PM   #33
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I must have missed the school-wide email saying to ditch evening class for a hot date on Valentine's Day. So yeah, I spent half my night sitting in a friggin classroom learning accounting.
Oh, and after my accounting class, I come home, and apparently my Dad thought of us two boys and brought us each a "bouquet" of candy bars on sticks sticking out of a vase LOL. It was priceless.
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Old 02-15-2008, 05:03 PM   #34
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You must have been a great couple. My heartfelt respect to you. I can only imagine what it's like to celebrate Valentine's Day without your life-long love.
Thank you, she passed away eleven years ago, sometimes I wake up in the night & think I can hear her breathing softly beside me, d'you know I just can't understand men who re-marry six months or so after their wife has died....anyway, enough, Imust get my mind of the subject or I won't sleep tonight.
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I went to school, had a weird day, and then went to work in the evening. Valentines Day doesn't matter to me now, I don't have a girlfriend so I don't really even pay attention. It was nice to work on a slower day in fast food since everyone was next door at Chili's.
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Not a damn thing...


I'm so lonely.......
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slept right through it! damn was i ever sick yesterday. It's amazing what 20 hours of sleep and 9 Cold-FX pills can do. I feel much better today



so you chilled with your mom and sisters all night? hot.
he said 9AM
, that indacates morning lol
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What does that have to do with anything?

Wait... a motor way cop? Then how was he called to a domestic violence dispute?
He was definitely that, perhaps now they've swapped him to other duties, ask him, a friend of mine is in the police & he's now on hand-held cameras, from driving a pursuit Volo,
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1 Beat his wife, Another Posession with Intent to distribute, And the other a known local gang member who never learns his lesson from Prison, So maybe he'll learn this visit. They're criminals and scum in my eyes.
hell yea they are.
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What does that have to do with anything?

Wait... a motor way cop? Then how was he called to a domestic violence dispute?
Look at his location it says "police car" by which he means highway patrol I guess, 'cos he once told me of the carnage he'd seen at multiple pile-ups caused by fog or ice, ie; blood & pieces of bodies., as I said previously, no doubt he was transferred to another division, he did say once that the move he dreads is being consigned to a desk job as that means retiement is nearing!, at the moment I think he's around 30, with a young family, he comes across as a very nice guy, but not so nice to violent crims I guess, ha ha!
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