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Feb. 27th, 2011


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Let me Make one thing EXPRESSLY Clear.

If you are here fishing for -her- you can kindly tell her to come ask me herself.

If she doesn't have the balls for it? You aren't getting anything more then this message.

This LJ is Friends only.

You know, Friends? Not the people who stab you in the back with the same blade they just pulled out of their own?

Mar. 9th, 2010


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SO I am considering Cutting my hair, Here are my ideas


Dec. 4th, 2008



Nov. 17th, 2008


Love Language

I feel loved when...

The Five Love Languages

My Primary Love Language is Quality Time

<th colspan="2">My Detailed Results:</th>
Quality Time: 10
Physical Touch: 7
Words of Affirmation: 6
Acts of Service: 5
Receiving Gifts: 2

About this quiz

Unhappiness in relationships is often due to the fact that we speak different love languages. It can be helpful to know what language you speak and what language those around you speak.

Tag 3 people so they can find out what their love language is.

Take the Quiz!
Check out the Book

Nov. 16th, 2008


Holiday for Heroes!

Hey Everyone!

During the holiday season it is easy to forget how lonely our soldiers away from home can be.
This year the American Red Cross is supporting a card campaign for wounded soldiers called Holiday for Heroes!!

From the front lines to the home front, the American Red Cross provides service members, their families and veterans with the care and assistance they need.
The Red Cross is partnering with Pitney Bowes this holiday season for the Holiday Mail for Heroes campaign. For the second year in a row, we’re collecting holiday cards to distribute to American service members, veterans and their families in the United States and around the world. Pitney Bowes is generously donating technology, resources and postage to make this holiday card program possible.

Our goal is to collect and distribute one million holiday cards to spread holiday cheer and facilitate thanks to these brave individuals and families.

Here is some of the info.

Address to send to:
Holiday Mail for Heroes
PO Box 5456
Capitol Heights, MD 20791-5456

Please follow these guidelines when mailing a card to ensure that your card will quickly reach service members, veterans and their families. Every card received will first be screened for hazardous materials by Pitney Bowes and then reviewed by Red Cross volunteers working in one of 16 sorting stations around the country.
• All cards must be postmarked no later than Wednesday, December 10, 2008. Cards sent after this date will be returned to sender.
• Please ensure that all cards are signed.
• Please use generic salutations such as “Dear Service Member.” Cards addressed to specific individuals can not be delivered through this program.
• Please send cards as opposed to long letters which delay a quick review process.
• Please do not include email or home addresses on the cards, as the program is not meant to foster pen pal relationships.
• Please do not include inserts of any kind, including photos, as these items will be removed during the reviewing process.
• Participants are encouraged to limit the number of cards they submit to 25 from any one person or 50 from any one class or group. If you are mailing a larger quantity, please bundle the cards and place them in large mailing envelopes. Each card does not need its own envelope.
• All cards received may be used in program publicity efforts, including appearing in broadcast, print or online mediums.
If you would like to do more:
Where to Send Phone Cards, Gift Cards and Care Packages:
• Phone cards or gift cards will not be accepted with the holiday cards. Those wishing to send calling cards or gift cards/certificates should go to www.aafes.com, scroll down to "AAFES Community Connection" and click on "Help Our Troops Call Home" or "Gift Cards/Certificates for Our Troops" in order to send such items.
• No 'Care Packages' will be accepted at this address. Those wishing to send care packages should go to www.AmericaSupportsYou.com and click under "Homefront Groups" to find out how to send care packages.

Thanks Everyone! The Soldiers appreciate everything We Do!

Nov. 14th, 2008



....people can remind you how far from home you are.

Tonight, working at the hotel, I checked in a guest from Bandera, Tx. For most people who know me, I lived in kerrville since 2003,until Jun 2008 when I moved to GA and my mom still teaches at Bandera Middle School. I welcomed him, even thanking him for reminding me of home. Turns out he Worked at the Y.O. resort hotel, which was accross the street from the bestwestern I worked at in Kerrville.

He got his keys and left, then a few mintues later came down and handed me some home made beef jerky.

Needless to say I was touched, and gave him a big hug, but once he left, I started to cry.

I MISS home, not in the childish way (which I do), but I miss TEXAS. I miss people who would hand you a piece of food, or get you drink just because. I miss people saying please/thank you/you're welcome. I miss feeling that I belonged some where.

I love my husband dearly, but I hate being here. We both want to come home so bad it has at times caused a massive strain on our marriage. I want to go home. And right now, March 2009 seems a million years away.

Nov. 12th, 2008


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I really fucking hate people who waste my time.

Nov. 8th, 2008


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Nov. 6th, 2008



Nov. 2nd, 2008


Inspired by LJ user....

.... kaitlyn

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