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Onward and upward! something that you say in order to encourage someone to forget an unpleasant experience or failure and to think about the future instead and move forward.

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

I'll be fine........

#1.  I would never take my own life.  It's against my religion.  I am pro-life and that means any beating heart should not be stopped by any means, other than God's.

#2.  This time of year is a lonely time for me.  If Fred where still with me, I would make "Turkey dinner for Two," and we'd have our very own Christmas morning together.

#3.  I would never ask my daughter or sister to make a 25 or a 50 mile round-trip to come pick me up and bring me home and I can't leave my cats alone all night.  They get wet food at 8:00 at night and 8:00 in the morning.

#4.  The time change with the early darkness and the Super Moon have made me a bit depressed and looney.

#5.  I'll be fine.


  1. Yes, you will. With changes in our lives, we don't get together much anymore. But, we'll be fine also.

    Love you!

  2. Yes you will.

    And it may have helped, to write it down.

    Luna Crone

  3. Thanks, Judy, for expressing these feelings! Virtual HUGS!

  4. Thanks for this post. Glad you were able to vent here, though, yesterday. I know that helps. HUGS!

  5. We all just love you...some of us are thousands of miles away and wish we could be with you...my cousin committed suicide so I get a bit nervous when people even say the word.
    I know you'll be fine...that moon pull can really wreck havoc on a lot of us.
    Hugs to you sweet lady....

  6. Yes you will. But it's okay to hurt and it's okay to grieve and it's okay to cry. Sometimes you just have to say what's on your mind and let the chips fall. I hope you have a happy day today. xoxo

  7. Yes, you will be fine, and no, you are not looney. After yesterday's post, I thought about your kitties. Can you get Dar or someone in your neighborhood to open a can of food for them?

  8. Hi Judy, I've been reading your last post, and the comments. I'm not an oldster or a traditionalist, so I took it I was not invited to comment. As a fellow venter, I was rooting from the sidelines! I found your comment about committing suicide if you didn't have to really die wise and witty to float out here instead of keeping it inside. I see no trace of a compliant Judy on these pages, so phooey to the tradition of compliant Judy in family life. Maybe there's some tiny way you could sneak in something non-compliant, that only you and we might notice but YOU know is a Judy statement.

    Me, I'm breaking with Christmas tradition this year, for my emotional health. I don't want to rock the emotional boat when I do Christmas with my family, yet I can no longer stand to be compliant, so I let them know I'm doing something on my own this Christmas. But you and I are different. I know you come to life when you surrounded by family, so I hope something can be figured out. Love you!

  9. Trying to catch up and freaking out a little bit. I second everyone that I hope to never see the word "suicide" on your blog again! Anyway, that being said I think you should go with either one of those invitations and stay the night with them so you don't have to drive home in the dark. The cats will be fine!! I promise it won't kill them to be alone for one night and to have their breakfast delayed for a few hours! Trust me, the cat expert! Don't be stubborn and enjoy the holiday with your family! You'll be glad you did!