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Saturday, June 28, 2008

"Bleah"

After what I've written this week, I need a cheering up. Peanuts almost always make me at least smile when nothing else will except for coffee and chocolate.

6 comments:

Bradley said...

Ha ha. I don't think I ever realized how often Snoopy says "Bleah." He's now my new best friend on bad days.

Clueless said...

:-)

Mike Golch said...

;-) :-) I swiped these for my use as well.They have becom my best friends as well.
I hope that you have a good day from one basket case to an other!
That's my story and I'm sticking to it.
Big Time Hugs and God's blessing frm my place to yours.

Clueless said...

Oh, I've been a Peanuts fan all my life. My whole family collects stuff even the men. From my basket to yours. Have a great day!!

jumpinginpuddles said...

we want you to know we wrote our recent blog with you in mind, why because you need to know we beleive you adn support you, we know you wanted the coment you wrote removed but we dotn want to do it because you are tellign the rawness of how you feel and people need to know that also.
We respect you CC thankyou for being so open on our blog, if you want you can refer to ours if you want to write a blog of your own about your feelings on your discovery of your self and your life as a child.

Clueless said...

Jip. I want to comment, but need to do, so later. You have deeply touched me.

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