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Monday, December 8, 2008

A Painful Pattern!


Anonymous said...


I believe I know the source of your powerful pictorial--the images cut right through my heart. I know you feel all those things--but know (also) there are people who do understand and who do really care.



Clueless said...

Hi Melinda,

You do know the source. I am doing better now and am able to take in that people understand and care. I'm walking a fine line though. I have therapy today, so I will talk about it because obviously it triggered some projection and transference issues. Thank you for you support, encouragement and hugs.


Tamara (TC) Staples said...


Sending you lots of hugs. I am sorry that you are going through such a difficult time right now. Things will settle down again - try to trust that. I wish I could do more to make you feel better. Please know I am thinking of you a lot lately.


Immi said...

I sure wish I could help somehow, CC. *sending hugs your way* I hope this tough time passes for you soon.

Janine Kain said...

{{{ huggles }}}

Border Life said...

Sometimes a picture is truly worth more than a thousand words. *hugs*

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