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    Quote Originally Posted by caseye View Post
    Hey you two, sounds to this not so young reasonably healthy shiet head that I'd better pull me socks up and do more, to maybe help my/ourselves and avoid some of the things that have come your way.
    Always good to read what you've written mate, it's raw, out there and 100 % BS free.
    Hang in there guys.
    Life is what it is mate - you are always better off to engage with it and find some fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul in NZ View Post
    Life is what it is mate - you are always better off to engage with it and find some fun
    Play the cards you are dealt. Nobody gets a different set of cards just because they dont get an game-high straight first up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rastuscat View Post
    Play the cards you are dealt. Nobody gets a different set of cards just because they dont get an game-high straight first up.
    Yup... Life could always be worse and sometimes no matter how tough be humble and grateful for what you do have... Its easy to get so wound up about the bad stuff you forget your blessings... Vicki and I have been married now 39 years and if the last few are a bit tough we have still have more good years than most - its actually something to celebrate... Besides I sponsor the Special Childrens Christmas Party, 15th year this year and some people do it REALLY tough. We had the grandson with us and he was helping out and it was a lesson in humility for all of us. Plus - he has really different view on life coupled with a crazy sense of humour and somedays you just crack up at the stuff he says... I took him to Parliament as hes never been but we were a bit late for the last tour on a sunday so we went up the cable car.

    We were in Parliament grounds and I was telling him we were a bit late and he thought that was OK because the Prime Minister was likely to be far too busy to see us on a sunday afternoon... LOL...

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    It doesn't rain but it pours. You've been having more than your share of problems. I know of others that have suddenly had to become parents again at short notice and that must turn everything upside down. If you wanna compare prostate war stories over a pint one day...

    Wishing you all the best.
    There is a grey blur, and a green blur. I try to stay on the grey one. - Joey Dunlop

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    Quote Originally Posted by pritch View Post
    If you wanna compare prostate war stories over a pint one day...

    Wishing you all the best.
    Cheers - yeah no we would get kicked out LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul in NZ View Post
    Yup... Life could always be worse and sometimes no matter how tough be humble and grateful for what you do have... Its easy to get so wound up about the bad stuff you forget your blessings... Vicki and I have been married now 39 years and if the last few are a bit tough we have still have more good years than most - its actually something to celebrate... Besides I sponsor the Special Childrens Christmas Party, 15th year this year and some people do it REALLY tough. We had the grandson with us and he was helping out and it was a lesson in humility for all of us. Plus - he has really different view on life coupled with a crazy sense of humour and somedays you just crack up at the stuff he says... I took him to Parliament as hes never been but we were a bit late for the last tour on a sunday so we went up the cable car.

    We were in Parliament grounds and I was telling him we were a bit late and he thought that was OK because the Prime Minister was likely to be far too busy to see us on a sunday afternoon... LOL...
    Well good on you, the one on Porirua yeah. I've been to that and it's a good thing for the kids without the neurotypicals judging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Well good on you, the one on Porirua yeah. I've been to that and it's a good thing for the kids without the neurotypicals judging.
    Yup that's the one.. It always humbles me and grounds me. My life is busy but others have a larger burden than I do...

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