Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby sunglasses » Tue Feb 05, 2019 6:34 pm

I have a new niece! And she's in driving distance. And I love her.


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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby cmsellers » Tue Feb 05, 2019 7:51 pm

Make sure to buy her lots of talking toys, finger paints, and fireworks. Maybe get her a pet goat as well.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby NathanLoiselle » Wed Feb 06, 2019 1:36 am

No! Don't get a goat! It'll eat the fireworks and toys. Then the goat will explode and there'll be talking goat all over the kitchen.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby Anglerphobe » Thu Feb 07, 2019 11:22 pm

The Benevolent deeds of Anglerphobe - Vol 1, entry 3:

I carried a large bag of hockey gear for a young girl (about 12 by the look of her) I saw struggling along with it. It was quite far to where she was going, so I think I saved her a pretty exhausting effort.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby cmsellers » Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:27 am

I had an anxiety attack that I was worried might be a heart problem and spent four hours today dealing with it, which sucked. The good news is that I know all my risk factors for heart disease are moving in the right direction. My blood pressure was 104/73 today. It's always been technically "normal," but I have never seen it that low.

But what I think is better news is: I'm not OK with dying. Most of my life, if I thought I might die, I kind of felt like "eh, so much the better, I get shot of this life without guilt." I mean, I think this is good news, but honestly, realizing I actually want to live just feels surreal to me.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby DoglovingJim » Fri Feb 08, 2019 6:43 am

cmsellers wrote:I had an anxiety attack that I was worried might be a heart problem and spent four hours today dealing with it, which sucked. The good news is that I know all my risk factors for heart disease are moving in the right direction. My blood pressure was 104/73 today. It's always been technically "normal," but I have never seen it that low.

But what I think is better news is: I'm not OK with dying. Most of my life, if I thought I might die, I kind of felt like "eh, so much the better, I get shot of this life without guilt." I mean, I think this is good news, but honestly, realizing I actually want to live just feels surreal to me.


You made a good day even greater for someone else reading that, great work cmsellers and to whoever or whatever helped you in developing this new perspective.

All of you actually (you got a good looking niece sunglasses, she's gonna be a heart breaker for sure), it's good to be back and able to read all these new happy moments.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby NathanLoiselle » Fri Feb 08, 2019 7:45 pm

104/73???? I WISH my blood pressure was that good.
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Re: Looking on the Brighter Side, Things that are good

Postby jbobsully11 » Wed Feb 13, 2019 7:21 am

I finished the last of a five-year annual survey having to do with the end of college and my (lack of anything resembling a) career since graduating. I should be getting a link to an Amazon gift card in my e-mail soon.
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