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Jul 31, 1984 (Age: 34)
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So many things that I'm not even sure one life is

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Siamese cat

Madame Cat strikes again, 34

Siamese cat was last seen:
Sep 2, 2018
    1. Reason
      Reason
      Your avatar is amazing XD
    2. Free
      Free
      It's nice to see you, hope you're well. ❤
    3. Flavus Aquila
      Flavus Aquila
      I bought a wreck of a property out in the countryside. I thought it would be a good spartan environment. I read, meditated, and spent time just cleaning up the place (many monastic rules emphasize the importance of physical work). The isolation seemed to be making me even more idiosyncratic and stressed, so I took a few weeks off, which turned into getting over-committed in other projects.
    4. Flavus Aquila
      Flavus Aquila
      I'm retired and in my 30's. I don't know if I'll keep it up long-term, but not having high-stress and travel is fine with me for now.

      I ran the hermit experiment, but either I'm not suited, or I didn't give it long enough, so I'm just running around keeping myself busy with some property projects.

      I hope your workload is good-workload and not burning the candle at both ends work. Work has a lot going for it; without the activity restless hands and minds do become a bit of a devil's playground.
    5. Flavus Aquila
      Flavus Aquila
      Where have you been?
    6. Zosavachia
      Zosavachia
      Happy Birthday Siamese Cat! :)
    7. Free
      Free
      Happy Birthday! :)
    8. Free
      Free
      Thank you for your kindness, I so do appreciate it. I value openness in a human being, so please don't apologize. :) You are so right about the aspects of care-giving. In all my years nursing, nothing could have prepared me for one on one care 24/7. I admire the strength that I see in other care-givers and am learning more and more everyday to make myself a priority. I follow your blog and I hope you are doing well too. <3 :hug:
    9. Kgal
    10. PintoBean
      PintoBean
      have heard about the mg pills and going to try. Thank you
    11. PintoBean
      PintoBean
      Not doing much about my migraines. Can't afford health insurance at the moment!
    12. PintoBean
      PintoBean
      How are you? I get very bad migraines too.
    13. Gaze
      Gaze
      That's awesome! Congrats I know how bad migraines can be. I was sick for the last few days and just got back my voice so I'm feeling better and I'm taking it easy. I'm glad you enjoy the pics. I love posting them because they are very calming and relaxing. Puts me in a zen state of mind. :)
    14. Gaze
      Gaze
      Thank you for the thumbs! How are you?
    15. Gaze
      Gaze
      Yeah, it's nice to look forward to a little rest and relaxation on the weekends especially after a hectic week. I hope you enjoy it. Yeah, I'm feeling better. Blogging helps and I am also learning to better handle the nerves. Thanks.
    16. Gaze
      Gaze
      Thank you. How are you?
    17. Gaze
      Gaze
      Thanks for the thumbs. :)
    18. TinyBubbles
      TinyBubbles
      i'm good, and yep still around, this place is kind of an oasis on the internet for me, lol. here's hoping all is well in your life :hug:
    19. TinyBubbles
      TinyBubbles
      wahhhh back from the dead!! welcome back darling! <3
    20. Bird
      Bird
      Yes. I find I do not connect well with newer users and most
      of the users I was fond of have come and gone. That being
      the case I sometimes feel the desire to leave it behind.
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    Birthday:
    Jul 31, 1984 (Age: 34)
    Occupation:
    So many things that I'm not even sure one life is
    Biography:
    Not there yet, will get back to you about it in a few years. :D
    In descending order, which 6 things could you never do without?:
    I really believe what Dostoevsky said about people is true, that we are the only living creatures capable of adapting to everything, so the natural response is that if you exclude essentials needed for bare living, like water and food, and for a moment forget that there is a "never" in asked question, my list would be something like this:

    books
    coffee
    computer
    journal
    pen
    some really nice chocolate
    What would be your epitaph?:
    Curiosity tried to kill this cat, and obviously succeeded.
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    INFJ
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    And in the spring I shed my skin
    And it blows away with the changing wind
    The waters turn from blue to red
    As towards the sky I offer it


    Curiosity tried to kill this cat


    "I'm a (wo)man of logic, I'm a (wo)man of planning. I consider every detail, I factor every possibility. Then I flip a coin."
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