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Re: life IS good

Yes ma'am - one very special lady is our Jesse.  I could go on for days, but I won't to spare the group.  She is a true angel trapped in the form and figure of a beauty queen.  She IS the greatest.


---- Original Message ----------------------------------
From: Margaret Lauterbach <melauter@earthlink.net>
Reply-To: gardenchat@hort.net
Date:  Mon, 16 Dec 2002 07:32:48 -0700

>Well, I like that woman too.  And her roar.  Margaret L
>>Linda...I don't think I could have said it any better.  I come from a big 
>>family...and I'm not close to a single one of them.  As I tell Pam...I am 
>>an alien...born into a family that is nothing like me.  I do not fit 
>>in..will never fit in...do not WANT to fit it.  My father is a racist, 
>>bigot, my mother lets him run all over her and her children (including 
>>abuse), my siblings are all "out there" dwelling on the past or refusing 
>>to move forward in their lives (therapy for 20 years).  I say get over it, 
>>move on with your life, adopt your own family (as Pam says..."friends are 
>>family you choose for yourself")...well, the family I have chosen is 
>>outstanding.  I am respectful of my family and will be there if they need 
>>me...but they are not folks I would choose to hang out with.  And ya know 
>>what...if it weren't for my family being the way they are...I would have 
>>never picked up my bed and bags and moved on.  I would not have grown in a 
>>spiritual way.  So, for that...I thank my family....because I like who I 
>>have become.
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Pam Evans
Kemp TX/zone 8A

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