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Hi, Muffin

Started by Rose799, July 06, 2011, 09:40:19 pm

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Rose799

Quote from: themuffin on June 03, 2011, 05:30:12 pm
Read my post as well, and you will see that I too tried to make FDIL feel like a beloved member of the family.  It didn't work.  I am no longer attempting to mend my relationship with her.  I will continue to be myself and if she comes around I will welcome her again.  My intent is to be good to me. 


Hi Muffin, you've been in my thoughts lately.  Just wanted to say I hope the situation with your ds/fdil is improving.   

themuffin

Hi Rose,

  So sorry!!!!  Just seeing this.  This made me feel so good.  Thank you SO MUCH for thinking of me!!!!  A post just to ask about me. ...I feel so SPECIAL!!! ;D

Situation with ds/fdil is pretty much the same. DS stopped by yesterday.  It was okay, but not heartwarming.  we are cordial, but it seems so cold.  How are you doing?

Hugs!

Thanks again!

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Rose799

Quote from: themuffin on July 18, 2011, 01:09:21 pm
So sorry!!!!  Just seeing this.  This made me feel so good.  Thank you SO MUCH for thinking of me!!!!  A post just to ask about me. ...I feel so SPECIAL!!! ;D


You've been missed, Muffin...  Ds has a lot on his plate, too, but he's stopping by.  That's a good starting point.  Take good care of yourself, Muffin.