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Congratulations & welcome to losers bench.. new beginnings ahead.

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Congrats!

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On 02/05/2019 at 14:25, Boldilocks said:



Out of surgery amd it went !ell.


Yay!!! Sorry I didn’t weigh in earlier on this convo as I just found it a minute ago! Gotta tell you, it was the best suspense story I’ve read in quite awhile! So proud of your strength and perseverance! And kudos to your daughter (she seems to have a bit of her moms strength). So glad the surgery went well and I pray for a peaceful recovery.

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3 hours ago, Boldilocks said:

Out of surgery amd it went !ell.

Ahhhh PUI (Posting Under the Influence) ;) Good times!

JazzHands.JPG.b174f59931e0b9ce37984cd61932683f.JPG Jazz hands!

Congrats to you! Have you heard from your hub or kiddos? Are the girls ok?

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Glad surgery went well and you did this for YOU. Update? How did he take it?

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We all are interested in how your husband is going to react. Congratulations!

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I do not know you, and the chances are slim that I ever will. But if we meet, I will give you the biggest hug imaginable. I hope you are doing fine and everything works out well. Wishing you all the luck and wisdom in the world
Greetings from the other side of the planet :)

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You are the proof the Irish are never vanquished, many have tried, none have succeeded. From another Celtic Maiden , albeit several generations removed. I am very very proud to know you, even through this limited media we use. Like my Dutch Bari- Pal Sapphires I too will hug you if ever we meet, the difference? I'll dance an Irish Jig with you as well.😛🍀😛🍀

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And once again my Evil Spell- Correct has done it, this time to Xapphirea's name. Very unusual name but rather pretty.👈🌝👉

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Congratulations and welcome to the Losers Bench!

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Wow what a story! 😭🤐 😘 I had to read it all the way to the end. What us women have to go though still this time and age. My mom was the same way, strong and determined and that was back in the 70's when Divorce was a bad word. Wish you well and you have come to the right place to let off stream, and get support. God Bless.

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Lord I need an update on this. O_O Congrats and God bless for going through with this surgery and doing what you know is best for you!

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What a story you have. You are a strong and amazing lady. I'm sorry your situation is what it is, but I love your statement of all the good things that came from marrying him. Your daughters and business.

I hope your recovery is swift. I'm glad surgery went well.

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