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Author Topic: Some days all the traffic lights are red  (Read 624 times)

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Offline traveltramp

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Some days all the traffic lights are red
« on: February 06, 2009, 03:28:38 PM »
.. just one of those days where staying in bed would have been better than going out.. Law of attraction I suppose.. I woke up in a bad mood so I am determinded to have things not go my way.. Very selfish of me.... I get my numbers today and somehow I am hell bent  to make what I suspect will be bad news into a bad day.. No use in reviewing the activities.. I know that I woke up with a little monster so I have to put him away and move on.. just.. it is nice to hold on to something.. even if it is a little piece of crap....

Since my last test I went completely nuts.. well. not as nuts as I have been in the past.. but we can at least call the past four months ´not my best´  party with Tina a few times.. got myself an new STD, ignored it (I love denial)  then it blossomed into a beauty.. it's at bay now.. two weeks of drugs will kill just about anything.. (so far) but I am indeed curious why I decided to go from being a ¨good¨ boy (course I have not been a boy for long time.. but when I act like one I think it is only proper to refer to myself as one) to a complete idiot.. I suppose I wanted to shock myself into behaving better.. funny.. the consequences seem so dear..

Well, enough.. details or not.. just need to feel sorry for myself.. I either will be very surprised about my new numbers (in a good way) or I will pretend to be surprised (in a bad way) of why the hell I went from CD4 900 plus and VL of 2500 minus to ... well.. we will see...

Be happy.. or if you are stopped at a red light.. at least be content being stopped at a red light.. (I say this for me.. not you.. selfish again..)

TT
« Last Edit: February 06, 2009, 03:38:27 PM by traveltramp »
5/7 SEROCOVERSION
7/7 CD4 669
9/7 CD4 1079 V/L 1200
2/8 CD4 803   V/L 3050
4/8 CD4 805   V/L 2200
9/8 CD4 959   V/L 2418
1/9 CD4 909   V/L 550

Offline 27years

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Re: Some days all the traffic lights are red
« Reply #1 on: February 08, 2009, 02:35:27 AM »
Not all days are the same, we all have our bad days as well,  Pick yourself and just remember at some point the red lights will be green.  Goodluck with your numbers
Nobody dies a virgin life screws us all up

 


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