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Posted on Sat, Oct 15, 2005 17:27

I am not talking about physically either. I have noticed that over the years I have become calmer and more understanding. (I think helping to raise my niece and nephew did it to me...they are too cute!) It is always the little things that surprise you the most. ;) Has anybody else noticed their changes?

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Posted on Wed, Jul 14, 2010 16:00

O THE CHANGES IN ME I LOVE ROCKING -N- MUSIC
YEAH ROCK ON IN IT FUNNY TO THINK
I GOING WITH MY HEART ROCKING -N-
CHANGING LAUGHING <> o yeah changing
(changes are good )yup!^5



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Posted on Wed, Sep 16, 2009 19:34

Hi Ladies. Yes, the last three years have been the most difficult. I have to say I don't like change because it is very painful. However, it's growth? That's good. I agree with all of the above. A roller coaster wouldn't be any fun if it just went straight. The lows make the highs better. Sometimes, I'd wish for things to just be in the middle. But what's the fun in that?

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Posted on Mon, May 25, 2009 11:15

i agree but that's always in god's will. if you just live right a change will come rather it's good or bad but nothing stays the same in life and if it is then...... well i want to say find something new to do but to each it's own. i just know that I'm very thankful for my self development and i cant really do anything other than strive to be a better person each day.

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Posted on Thu, Oct 27, 2005 10:03

Life is always changing, the question is, are you paying attention and you are...
Life is always changing, the question is, are you paying attention and you are...

  


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Posted on Fri, Oct 21, 2005 10:15

Hi,

It is so refreshing to see people talk about interesting issues. Especially for your age. I have researched this site and I tell you it concerns me a little.

I'm always changing, thank goodness. Look forward to more changes in the near future.

Thanks for the good reads
Wish you all pleasant changes.
Hi,

It is so refreshing to see people talk about interesting issues. Especially for your age. I have researched this site and I tell you it concerns me a little.

I'm always changing, thank goodness. Look forward to more changes in the near future.

Thanks for the good reads
Wish you all pleasant changes.

  


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Posted on Wed, Oct 19, 2005 19:02

That is so beautiful! I am glad you could learn to do that. A lot of people never do.
That is so beautiful! I am glad you could learn to do that. A lot of people never do.

  


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Posted on Tue, Oct 18, 2005 12:02

I've noticed a change in myself also. I have always been on a mission to reach my "MAS"- Most Amazing Self, ever since I can remember. I've always had big dreams of being successful in the career of my dreams. My friends call me "Rainbow Brite" sometimes because of my optimism. But you know what I've discovered just recently? I was so busy planning and thinking and dreaming of "when" I get there, I haven't taken time out to seek opportunities to "smell the roses" on the way to my journey. I've recently made friends with a woman who seems to have it all. She's so beautiful, inside and out. She pointed out to me things that I missed seeing in myself. The possibility that I don't have to make it "big" first then seek love later. She told me about this site last week and here I am! Anyway my point is this: I realized that for a long time I only imagined tasting life's magnificent rainbow. But now I believe that I can taste it by living in the moment more and more.

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Posted on Tue, Oct 18, 2005 09:10

That's great! I am really glad for you! (Not the divorce part, the freedom part. ;) )

  


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Posted on Mon, Oct 17, 2005 21:23

I've changed immensely since my divorce. This is an exciting new phase of life for me. I have discovered it can be anything I want it to be. I was married 27 years, we never went anywhere or did anything. I was home all the time. I missed out on many wonderful experiences. Now I have the freedom to do the things I only dreamed of doing. I'm much more youthful, playful, and sensual. Life is good and getting better all the time.



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