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Since: Jun 09

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#202 Oct 12, 2009
Edthirty wrote:
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That's probably one of the best ways to stay in touch with history, especially regarding families. I wish more stories would get told and more folks learn the lessons from them...
My Mimaw is from Baton Rouge LA. Well, she told us we had right many loonies in our family. One was her Great Aunt I think. Great Auntie was carrying a watermelon for her sister across town. My Great times 4is Aunt drove her car across the tracks and got stuck. The train hit her car and spun it around. God was watching cause this Aunt was not killed. They tried to take her to a hospital but she was determined to get that watermelon and take it to her sister!! LOL!

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Since: Apr 08

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#203 Oct 12, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
<quoted text>It does me too. I am watching my Grandfather fall apart even more every Sunday. 7 years ago he was on the roof shingling. Now he is in stage 4 of kidney failure and half to walk slowly with a cane. I have had to excuse myself so I wouldn't cry. He knows something is wrong cause he told my Mom. This Folks at the home will have to die too. I like to go and hear their stories. Everyone has a story and wants to be heard. Talking is my favorite thing so its all good.
What is so sad is that many families put their elder folks into these homes and then NEVER visit.

:(

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Since: Apr 08

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#204 Oct 12, 2009
Interesting how all the whiny men on Topix won't come here but all the decent ones do.

Hmmmmm

Since: Jun 09

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#205 Oct 12, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
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What is so sad is that many families put their elder folks into these homes and then NEVER visit.
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It makes me wanna cry. I saw my Greatgranfaher in one right before he died. I saw all the misery around me and when I saw him, I was bawling. I was 13. My grandmother was angry with me.

“Behave Yourself”

Since: Jul 07

Fort Worth, Texas

#206 Oct 12, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
<quoted text>My Mimaw is from Baton Rouge LA. Well, she told us we had right many loonies in our family. One was her Great Aunt I think. Great Auntie was carrying a watermelon for her sister across town. My Great times 4is Aunt drove her car across the tracks and got stuck. The train hit her car and spun it around. God was watching cause this Aunt was not killed. They tried to take her to a hospital but she was determined to get that watermelon and take it to her sister!! LOL!
I had a great uncle that told me about carrying a lunch pail to school. No lunch room, you found a place to sit outside during nice weather and ate at your desk in the winter. Hard to imagine a school without a lunch room. The cost of a hamburger, hot dog or slice of pie, five cents. Of course he lived in the 1930's where life was tough during the Depression.

“Behave Yourself”

Since: Jul 07

Fort Worth, Texas

#207 Oct 12, 2009
paintedquote wrote:
Interesting how all the whiny men on Topix won't come here but all the decent ones do.
Hmmmmm
Seems to be a lot of anger on the part of some of us out there that just won't go away. If we could all just learn to be civil when we disagree...

Cute photo, by the way...
Autumskye

Cleveland, OH

#208 Oct 13, 2009
Edthirty wrote:
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That's probably one of the best ways to stay in touch with history, especially regarding families. I wish more stories would get told and more folks learn the lessons from them...
I agree. The elders are the best source for much info, even about family trees. So do I.

Since: Jun 07

West Chester, PA

#209 Nov 3, 2009
greeneyedmexi wrote:
<quoted text>Yes a Male Ego is so fragile. To be told no, wounds their pride. Hey lady I am the King Gorilla and I can't on my chest. What, no? You don't like me? What did I do wrong. I can fix it. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaah!
The female ego is far more fragile than the male ego, which is why the task of approaching is placed on men. Women can't handle rejection ; I've seen girls try to dance with a guy and literally cry after the guy refuses.

Women can dish it out, but they can't take it. lol
LEE ann

United States

#210 Feb 16, 2010
Tito78 wrote:
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The female ego is far more fragile than the male ego, which is why the task of approaching is placed on men. Women can't handle rejection ; I've seen girls try to dance with a guy and literally cry after the guy refuses.
Women can dish it out, but they can't take it. lol
wow!!!! This poor women must of been a really lonely sad person, wish has nothing to do with the female ego.... It does not having any thing to do wish sex you are; either you are a strong person or a weak person. Trust me I have no problem if someone likes me or not, If they don't there lost. As for you saying a women can dish it out but can,t take it. That depends on the person not sex... I know many many men that can't stand it if a women is smarter then they are or if a women can work on their own cars or other chores that MEN think are men's work.. Talk about fragile egos....Then there are women that feel threaten if a man cooks or cleans house... It makes no differents(sp) who you are, male or female, you need to love and believe in yourself to be a happy person and a happy person makes a good parner.(sp)
Joe

Lakewood, CA

#212 Feb 1, 2014
greeneyedmexi wrote:
I just want your thoughts and opinions. Guys are welcome to share their experiences with crazy ladies. Let Nosh!
I am a 33 year old male who is single. I have had my fair share of rejections and i can say that when it happens I experience a flood of emotions. Frustration,sadness,insecurity ,anger,humiliation etc etc. Pretty much everything crappy. I put on a fake smile and pretend its ok and that it doesn't hurt but it does. We have feelings too just like women,and it can be frustrating and disappointing when you try and put yourself out there and are shot down. If you have any insecurity it comes out and you pretty much feel like dying. It can be a huge blow to the ego and confidence. Espescially if you really like her and she picks someone else. thats the worst. Anyways thats my take on it. This isn't whining either. This is how i felt before when turned down after establishing a connection. Or something i thought was.

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Since: Apr 09

San Diego,California

#213 Jun 25, 2014
greeneyedmexi wrote:
<quoted text>My Mimaw is from Baton Rouge LA. Well, she told us we had right many loonies in our family. One was her Great Aunt I think. Great Auntie was carrying a watermelon for her sister across town. My Great times 4is Aunt drove her car across the tracks and got stuck. The train hit her car and spun it around. God was watching cause this Aunt was not killed. They tried to take her to a hospital but she was determined to get that watermelon and take it to her sister!! LOL!
What's up? How you been Mexi??

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