Jackie's Forget Me Nots

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What do you miss?

November 11, 2011

What do you miss?

I miss a lot . My kids, my parents when they were together and not divorced. I miss going to church and confession and celebrating Christmas with turkey and lots of presents with my brothers and sisters. I miss work with pay and being 140 lbs . Yes I miss being 140 lbs because I enjoy eating too much. I miss a good blender for making green smoothies instead of a cheap blender that breaks after two or three uses. I miss going to the raw food potlucks. In a way I miss snow. I guess it’s the freshly fallen snow that makes everything white and bright at night. I haven’t done anything exciting like make a snowman or go tobogganing in years . I miss toboganning .

One thought on “What do you miss?

  1. MrTheKidd says:

    That is a sad list. I hope you have some joy in your life and not just bags full of sad.


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