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Author Topic: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!  (Read 23971 times)

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Offline vivyt

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #100 on: September 16, 2008, 09:36:11 PM »
Hey everyone!

Betty- 2 months? WOW! Good for you! I totally agree about the not complaining if you don't vote and I use it often. I do vote for ALL political issues. I just wasn't too worried about the board because it is the same people running that are already on it...and I am fine w/everything. I guess I am taking the time to explain because I don't want to come across as someone who is apathetic.... :)

Queen- I'm sorry you missed your meeting...When is the next one?

Mpls- Hi! Welcome!  ;D ;D

Snow-Hi!

Wendy- It must feel good to be home.

#1 Mom- Hello to you  :)

Ok, that's all. Not much to say. I have some work I have to get to...YUCK!




Offline Winiroo

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #101 on: September 16, 2008, 09:47:12 PM »
You are definately not alone. Its nice to meet you MplsLady. I've been positive for 16 years. I'm glad you found us. It is always good to have another friend. IF you have any questions feel free to ask.

Wendy

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #102 on: September 16, 2008, 11:02:43 PM »
Evening ladies,

Snow, thanks for the congrats.  That's a cute story about you using duct tape on the diapers.  I would do something like that.

Wendy, I'm glad you're home safe and that Billy's dad seems to be in a good place.  I feel really bad for those people.  I don't know what I would do if I lived there.  Wow.

Queen, sorry about the meeting and the muffler. 

Lucas' mom, it's good to hear from you.  I'm glad Lucas is doing so well.  I'm sure that speaks volumes about the care you give him. :)   He's at that adorable age right now.  Please let us know when you get his results what they are.  And yeah, you'd do well to take tips from Mini's mum. ;)

Mum, thanks for the congrats and being in my corner.  I hope Mini's PID calls soon.  I would be livid if she didn't.  I wanna know how that color turned out and exactly what color it is.

Mpls, I'm glad you're joining us here.  I'm in recovery (from drugs) and I've been HIV+ since 1989, diagnosed AIDS 1994.  You'll be fine.  As far as the guys not looking just at your poz status, you know, I suppose all I can say is if something's meant to happen it will.  Just give it time. 

I feel I should start another thread but my brain is so tired after class I can't think of a title right now.  Maybe in the morning if no one else starts one.  We didn't get out of class tonight until after 10:00.  Believe me, it's very wearing to listen to a Microecon lecture for four hours with only two five minute breaks.  I keep telling myself that I only have to do this one time. 

Nothing other than that.  Tomorrow I'm supposed to be getting my new glasses.  Yay, then I'll be able to see print at a distance.  You ladies have a good night.
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Offline Queen Tokelove

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #103 on: September 16, 2008, 11:22:57 PM »
Oops, forgot to mention that I did register today to vote.... ;D I'm too brain dead to start a new thread either but I am sure someone will step up to the plate...Goodnight...
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Offline Winiroo

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #104 on: September 16, 2008, 11:36:21 PM »
I'm off to bed so it wont be me tonight LOL 


Good night ladies.

Offline #1 mom

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #105 on: September 17, 2008, 01:17:41 AM »
Welcome mplslady :). I've not been posting here long but have already found this to be a loving supportive group. I look forward to getting to know you.

Minismom - Thanks for the tips, I could use your advice. Lucas is generally a good boy, but he was pushing today (and starting to do so more often). I was making him a snack (popcorn) and he decided to grab the mini saltines from the cupboard. It wouldn't have been a problem except after eating a few he started pouring them out on the floor. When I told him to stop he defiantly turned the box over empting it on the floor before I could stop him. Is this a bungy cord or duck tape kinda thing   :D ???. Seriously though, I made him help clean up then go to his room for a time out. Any tips or just keep it up and wait and pray this is a phase he'll grow out of.

Well, mornings come way too soon. Goodnight all.
Amy

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #106 on: September 17, 2008, 01:36:14 AM »
Lucas when he's being a good helpful boy. It's amazing how much he does at 2 years to try to help when he feels like it. This is the way he acts most of the time. I just couldn't resist sharing the good boy Lucas usually is. Taking out the trash from his room. Sweeping in the kitchen.


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Offline minismom

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Re: Ladies' Thread #45: Pozitively Beautiful, Pozitively Amazing, Pozitively Poz!
« Reply #107 on: September 17, 2008, 07:40:00 AM »
OKeedokie, ladies, I've started another thread.  I'll PM Ann and ask her to lock this thread.  Please post in Ladies' Thread 46: Faith is Carrying an Umbrella.

Thanks!
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