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02 Jun 2019, 12:34 pm

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Accepted the fact that I am now one year older as of today. I am now 29 years old.


Happy belated birthday.


Thanks Sister CA!


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02 Jun 2019, 12:36 pm

Letting myself be sad because today is 17 years since the passing of my father who passed on June 2nd, 2002.

Had he managed to get through his treatments without any problems, he would have turned 60 back on May 6th.


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02 Jun 2019, 12:40 pm

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Letting myself be sad because today is 17 years since the passing of my father who passed on June 2nd, 2002.

Had he managed to get through his treatments without any problems, he would have turned 60 back on May 6th.


Sorry to hear that... he passed at a young age.
My dad just about made it to 71 and that was 23 years ago... he'd be in his 90s now. At least I tell myself he would have hated being an old guy.


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02 Jun 2019, 12:53 pm

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Letting myself be sad because today is 17 years since the passing of my father who passed on June 2nd, 2002.

Had he managed to get through his treatments without any problems, he would have turned 60 back on May 6th.


Sorry to hear that... he passed at a young age.
My dad just about made it to 71 and that was 23 years ago... he'd be in his 90s now. At least I tell myself he would have hated being an old guy.


When a pair of bullies found out a few days after the fact, they saw his passing as a just reason to pick on me even more. In fact, two teachers decided to join in the making of my middle school experience more difficult, so in turn, I was compelled to keep my dad's passing a secret until my senior year of high school.

When a popular girl who I had a huge crush on (this was when I was still in middle school) found out around the same time the bullies did, she broke ranks (and character) with a clique she was in and helped me cope. This of course pissed off the other girls in her clique, but she defended her actions by accusing the other girls of being selfish, naïve, and anything of the sort.

As for your father hating being an old guy, my dad was losing his hair, so I often imagine my dad hating being a bald guy.


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02 Jun 2019, 10:51 pm

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I pissed off a woman while walking today. She thought I was trying to take her man, but he was following me on his own without my approval. And, no advance from me. No big deal. She did threaten me though.
Called me a hoe. Crazies live down near me. So, I didn't get assaulted.

hope you can learn effective self-defense against such low-class brutes.



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18 Jun 2019, 10:23 pm

I went to my doctor to get my prescriptions refilled for another 6 months, and then I had bloodwork done. I haven't had my blood tested since 2008. :)
Since the doctor said I could get bloodwork done any time, I decided to just go get it done after my appointment with him so I wouldn't need another drive to the hospital. Hopefully...



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09 Sep 2019, 2:46 pm

Took a shower
Gave my dog a bath

Next up is tumbling some clean laundry in the dryer to get wrinkles out and then folding the laundry.


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09 Sep 2019, 6:19 pm

Bought a gift and mailed the birthday card to my grandson in Sweden, early enough for it to get to him on time.


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09 Sep 2019, 7:42 pm

dragged myself to the state fair, yesterday evening. today i was recovering. ouch.



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09 Sep 2019, 7:53 pm

I bought my groceries and managed not to get any frozen food in case there's another power outage. The only foods I bought that need refrigeration are milk and cheese.

I vacuumed the bedroom carpet.

I took several bottles of condiments that were either possibly spoiled or past their expiration date and cleaned them out for recycling.

I made a video of my Miitopia game and uploaded it on Youtube.



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29 Oct 2019, 1:18 am

Today I updated the address on my insurance policy and explored some old shops in Chinatown.


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29 Oct 2019, 3:15 pm

Not much other than studying for my midterm exam which will be held tomorrow.


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15 Jan 2020, 8:47 am

Today I set up a Vita for a friend. I had to find one of my old Vita memory cards and then download games that I thought would match his taste.

I also managed to socialize with the boarder.


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16 Jan 2020, 1:56 pm

I went to see my therapist this morning and had a very nice session with her.


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16 Jan 2020, 3:09 pm

Yesterday I took a bath - major achievement for me, I have serious sensory issues with both baths and showers lately (though baths are a bit less horrible). Today's goal is laundry - and to fold it instead of letting it sit and get wrinkly.


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