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Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862171
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Coconut,

I like what you wrote. It seems to come from the heart and it's not too sappy or over-the-top. I'm betting you'll hear (not here) from her.

Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862172
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You had me at "you, your and you're" lol

Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862179
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Iíd totally go out with you if you wrote that to me

Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: doodler] #2862183
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Originally Posted by doodler
Coconut,

I like what you wrote. It seems to come from the heart and it's not too sappy or over-the-top. I'm betting you'll hear (not here) from her.


Itís good to heíre that from you bud, hope you are doing well.. for what itís worth, I think selling the house and moving on will do you well.

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Originally Posted by kml
You had me at "you, your and you're" lol
lol, glad I could enlighten your grammar requirements..


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5/5/16 - Bomb drop - 3 week EA
10/31/16 - We sold house
01/10/18 - D Finalized
Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862243
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Originally Posted by Coconut

Originally Posted by doodler
Coconut,

I like what you wrote. It seems to come from the heart and it's not too sappy or over-the-top. I'm betting you'll hear (not here) from her.


It’s good to he’re that from you bud, hope you are doing well.. for what it’s worth, I think selling the house and moving on will do you well.


Originally Posted by kml
You had me at "you, your and you're" lol
lol, glad I could enlighten your grammar requirements..
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NEVER underestimate the power of correct grammar and good spelling. I thought maybe it was the teacher in me or the fact that I live in the South where people tend to write as they speak, which we all know is not technically correct, but from other posts on this very board, I'm learning that poor grammar and spelling tend to be a universal thing, regardless of location. I would skip over profiles with bad grammar and "your/you're" misused. I can deal with things like "reckon", "y'all", "fixin' to", but I just can't with "your cute". LOL For what it is worth, I liked what you wrote. It was descriptive without coming across arrogant, braggy, boastful.


Me 49, XH 51
3 adult daughters from his first marriage
3 grandsons, 1 granddaughter
My 1st marriage, his 2nd
BD 9/29/2014
H moved out 10/6/2014
H filed D 11/4/2014
D final 12/17/2014
Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862246
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Hey there C'Nut - don't be too disappointed if you don't hear back. Just consider it batting practice.

There's so much noise out there in the OLD world that it's tough to be heard from what I understand.


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Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Dawn70] #2862247
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Originally Posted by Ginger1
Iíd totally go out with you if you wrote that to me


Aww shucks, thanks G

Originally Posted by Dawn70


NEVER underestimate the power of correct grammar and good spelling. I thought maybe it was the teacher in me or the fact that I live in the South where people tend to write as they speak, which we all know is not technically correct, but from other posts on this very board, I'm learning that poor grammar and spelling tend to be a universal thing, regardless of location. I would skip over profiles with bad grammar and "your/you're" misused. I can deal with things like "reckon", "y'all", "fixin' to", but I just can't with "your cute". LOL For what it is worth, I liked what you wrote. It was descriptive without coming across arrogant, braggy, boastful.


I agree, some of the Facebook posts I see sometimes takes me a few minutes to figure out what they are trying to say. I try to write well, although sometimes Iíll use some slang words.


M - 9 1/2 years
5/5/16 - Bomb drop - 3 week EA
10/31/16 - We sold house
01/10/18 - D Finalized
Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862249
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Originally Posted by Coconut

I agree, some of the Facebook posts I see sometimes takes me a few minutes to figure out what they are trying to say. I try to write well, although sometimes I’ll use some slang words.


I use slang as well, especially in an informal setting like this or Facebook, but Lord have mercy, I'm with you. Sometimes I see Facebook posts and I really have to think about what they are trying to say. Along with those facebook peeps who want to "sale" me something or have something for "sell". Drives me CRAZY!


Me 49, XH 51
3 adult daughters from his first marriage
3 grandsons, 1 granddaughter
My 1st marriage, his 2nd
BD 9/29/2014
H moved out 10/6/2014
H filed D 11/4/2014
D final 12/17/2014
Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Dawn70] #2862491
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Originally Posted by Coconut
Itís good to heíre that from you bud, hope you are doing well.. for what itís worth, I think selling the house and moving on will do you well.


Coconut,

You're right, it finally sunk into my think skull; I need to move. I love the house and the memories. But, it's just too much house for me to maintain, particularly since it's just me every other week. It's time to move on.

Re: Weathering the Storm [Re: Coconut] #2862501
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If I werenít married, I would go out with you too, Donnie. And Iím a Californian all the way. Lol. If she doesnít take the bait, sheís a dummy!

Well played!
Blu


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