Keep your chin up my friend..
aaawww ! I'm so sorry you're feeling sad today. We'll be thinkin' about ya. Lots of love, xoxo, Susan, Winnie, Bleet, Oliver & Gus
Thank you, each and every one. You make me feel better.
:( maybe you can go back? even for a visit?when i go (probably in november), i will definitely blog about it!
Hi,Sometimes I just like to indulge my misery with chocolate icecream and a girly movie. Try Kate and Leopold or something like that - im not promising intelligent story lines or anything - just pure escapism and often, when I come back to reality, its not so bad. Or give one of your girl friends a call!
I've lived in four places in the last 6 years: N of Philly, Singapore, Japan and now VA.Moving is so so hard.I feel like crying many days too.We lived N of Quakertown for 13 years and I miss my home and gardens and work and friends.My husband worked in Lansdale and he is from PA.It's just so hard sometimes.Mim
I too can offer cyber hugs and virtual chocolate. I hope you will feel better soon.Do you use the verb "to pine for something", as in wanting it badly (usually a person or thing you are missing). Just though I'd ask as I am about to type "piness" into the word verification thing.
Thanks so much everyone, it's so nice to hear from you. Bearette, we are in fact going back to Philadelphia for a party on 11/15. When will you be there?Pherenlike, good advice! Escapism is what I need.Mim, my best friend lives in Lansdale! And I know Quakertown well... it's a nice area. Pierre, yes I like the term "pining for something"...it sounds rather old-fashioned and romantic.
It looks like we'll be there 11/22, but if it changes, I'll let you know. It's going to be at Fairmount Park.
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