!! Monday !!

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!! Monday !!
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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 7:52am

If you are married, How many years did you wait- if any - to have children after getting married?

Are there any things you miss doing before kids?  If so, what?

Is your life now what you expected it would be 10 or 20 years ago? 

At what point do you self actualize?  Do you believe in it?

What's on your agenda this week?

 

 

 

 


 


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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:34pm
ROFL thardy. Thanks, I needed that!

 


 


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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:35pm

grapthars_hammer wrote:
  Why not? They made the same decisions--to send their individual children to the school system that would serve them best.  Your parents aren't some sooper speshul classification who can never be criticized or cited.  That your parents never felt your needs changed over the years doesn't mean that PKA feeling her children's needs HAD changed was a poor parent making bad decisions.</p><p>This hang up you have over private schools is regrettable--for you.  But the rest of us are under no obligation to play along with your delusions about it.</p>

Why are you so angry?  You can't possibly know what it was like to grow up with the wonderful childhood Jamblessed has had nor to raise your son in the wonderful home Jamblessed and her devoted husband have always made for their beloved children. 

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:38pm

rollmops2009 wrote:
"earned more than 75 college credits myself," ---------- They really ought to give you guys full degrees, considering what they put you through.

And it's amounted to what?  The same night time shifts no one else wants.  The alone shift.  Hooray, time to buy another unusable dusty old sewing machine to not sew garments for her many friends and family.  Really valuable credits.  Not.

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:38pm
"DLI was pretty easy. I'd say of all my credits those were the ones I struggled the least over :)" ---------- OK, but that doesn't mean anything except that you are good at languages (which is evident anyway from your posts).
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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:39pm

" I also don't thiink my parents choice to catholic educate us for twelve years is debatable b/c they were confident in that choice, Comparing yourself to that is a new dig and unfair."

Yes, using logic in a debate is unfair.  Wah....

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:40pm

jamblessedthree wrote:
Yes you have, bord. Maybe I'm confusing you saying it here for you saying it on the other debate board but it's out there.

Nope.  Wrong again.  I have always made a point of saying that with one exception, my kids have had terrific teachers in public schools.  And the one exception was a first grade teacher, which would have had no impact on my decision to send my kid to private school in the sixty grade.

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:42pm
"Yes, using logic in a debate is unfair. Wah...." --------------- LOL, so it seems.
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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:42pm

jamblessedthree wrote:
ROFL thardy. Thanks, I needed that!

Good luck.  Go to go.  And remember with haters, kharma's a b---.  Smile  See a banshee fishing below ~

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:44pm

thardy2001 wrote:
Why are you so angry?  You can't possibly know what it was like to grow up with the wonderful childhood Jamblessed has had nor to raise your son in the wonderful home Jamblessed and her devoted husband have always made for their beloved children.  </p>

I'm not angry at all, thard.  And at the risk of sounding ungrateful for the hypothetical opportunity, I would never have wanted to be raised by Jams parents, nor my son by Jams and her dh.  I love my parents and our awesome family and can't imagine anything better.  As for my son, I'm more than satisfied with how my ex and I raised him both while we were together and after he left me.  While I would never deny I would have preferred the ex and I to have stayed together back then, that doesn't change the fact that the ex has been a wonderful father and I definitely hit the jack pot in terms of having a reasonable ex to co parent with.

Thard, I can see that you are struggling mightily to find some way to either hurt my feelings or make me angry.  And I feel compelled to tell you that you are doomed to failure in both regards.  You simply don't have the means to make that happen.  I would have to actually care about your opinion of me for that to happen. I don't. 

But continue, if you must. I would never dream of stifling your need to be vicious. Laughing

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Mon, 06-24-2013 - 4:46pm
LOL!

 


 


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