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Post by hind'sfeet on Mon Nov 01, 2010 3:38 pm

The dream was very surreal so I can't describe everything, and I won't try.

I was with 2 people it seemed. We were on another planet apparently.
I asked one of the guys to get me a Sprite out of the soda fountain. I was watching him and he put the soda hose in the cup and filling the cup like that. I noticed that the Sprite was neon green color, not the color of Sprite. I go over there and looked and read "Mountain Dew" on the hose or cup and I said "Are you trying to poison me?!" and then the cup was dumped and the cup was filled with Sprite.
We had to take this other guy to do something important but I don't remember what. There was this queen I was aware of that wasn't actually ever in the dream.
So, we had to go to the earth and we were walking to get there but there was only 4 ways to get to earth and 3 of them seemed unavailable. As we were walking we go through a condo neighborhood and then the planet we are walking on is dark (not that we can't see, just the surface that we were walking on) and we start seeing the earth crest over the planet (It was Beautiful, just like what you see in the pictures that astronauts took, and the earth atmosphere was glowing bright). It's as big in the dream as the planet we were walking on. We get to a bridge and it's this super soft blue translucent ethereal bridge with no real form to it. We cross the bridge which was not even a half mile long. On the earth there in front of us is the Queen's troops marching in formation. They are not human but look like they came from the movie Star Wars, and they are HUGE, like David and Goliath.
We were on a mission to get the other guy to a destination. The troops seemed that they had a mission too. I don't know what any of the missions were.
That's all I remember. I didn't feel like typing/writing it but I hadn't had a dream that I could remember in a while and this was too good not to put down.

What really stood out to me was the "Mountain Dew" and what I said, being on a planet that's not the earth, the bridge, the earth, and the Queen's troops moving slowly across the earth.

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by Delightful soul on Mon Nov 01, 2010 4:00 pm

Mountain dew : polluted word perhaps?
Sprite: clear unpulluted word?

Being on other planet: heavenly places?
Bridge: the place which connects you, (your humanity) to the earth
Queen: Evil Control
Troops: demons

Is this a warfare dream perhaps?

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Wed Nov 03, 2010 11:01 am

I was thinking the same thing about the Mountain Dew and the Sprite. Sprite was always refreshing to me but when I think of Mountain Dew, I do think of poison.

This will be the 3rd dream I've had that has a queen. None of the other queens were evil and I didn't sense anything in regards to the troops and the queen when I was dreaming. My husband is in the military so I'm used to being around soldiers. There have been dreams in the past about soldiers but most of the time they were just doing their job and a few dreams they were evil but those were SS soldiers.

I was thinking it could be a warfare dream. Also this will be the 2nd dream where I'm on another planet and the 4th dream where I'm not on earth. 2 other dreams I was in outerspace.

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by Delightful soul on Wed Nov 03, 2010 10:53 pm

sounds like the whole think is off the planet! rofl

seriously though.......

I'm glad I have helped somewhat..........Hindsfeet are there any situations where you are being called to prayer and warfare at the moment?

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Thu Nov 04, 2010 8:48 pm

lol! Yeah it is!

Possibly, but I feel like if I am, my mind might be feeling a little muddled with all the craziness and thinking I'm having to do lately.

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by Delightful soul on Thu Nov 04, 2010 9:06 pm

type idea idea too much thinking spoils the broth.......um i know that's too many cooks...but hopefully you get my point...... :laughing:

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Thu Nov 04, 2010 10:02 pm

LOL!! It took me a while to get what you were referring to!!
Yeah, I need to ask God to clear my mind and straighten out my thoughts!!

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by Delightful soul on Fri Nov 05, 2010 4:43 am

Thankyou Lord that Hindsfeet has the mind of Christ !!

Bless you matey cool

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Post by hind'sfeet on Fri Nov 05, 2010 9:56 pm

Yeah, I did NOT have the mind of Christ today... and I hated EVERY second of it. I'm still feeling the affects of my bad mood and impatience/selfishness. It's so hard for me to be around people who are not saved or do not have the mind of Christ because they trigger me and I feel helpless against what comes from that.
I tried to share this at my old home group this past wed. They did not understand and basically treated it like it's an easy fix of self control. Some of it is but most of it is not. It really did not help, what they were telling me. To them is a simple matter of self control. It's Not, I have ADD and my mind runs a million miles a minute and I get very impatient which is very selfish which I hate Very much.
I really hate my bad attitudes towards people ( I don't have them all the time, but occasionally). Often I find myself not even wanting my not/so Christian friends because of it. It's not always because of them either, often it's because of dangerous drivers who pull in front of me without using their blinkers or those who intentionally inconvenience people so they can feel powerful. Other stuff is just pure selfishness on my part, like tonight when I wanted to get some food for my son and I but my friends husband didn't want to let us (while we were at the mall because my friend was in pain, but she was sitting down) so out of feeling pressured I went to the fast food place across the hall where a big family was waiting to order and they hadn't made up their minds (and it's not like this place has a big selection of food, only a few items such as hot dogs and pretzel...) and my son and I knew what we wanted... So, I told the cashier that we already know what we want. I guess I thought that would either hurry the indecisive family up or the cashier would take our order while the family stands there being indecisive or the family hears and lets us order. I hate that and it happens in different ways. It's really easy for someone to tell me to use self-control but if they were me would they being saying that. This is the thing that God is right now telling me that I cannot stop on my own will. I think He is telling me that He is bringing this to my awareness because right now is the right time because I really hate it and want Him to get rid of it. I think He's also telling me that He made me to have ADD because of how much it requires me to rely on Him to take care of my compulsiveness, and that ADD is something special.

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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 06, 2010 3:56 am

I totally understand about the ADD thing as I was diagnosed with a learning difficulty (not certified adult ADD but possible doctors said)......
thing is I had such a dysfunctional life when I was younger that I could never concentrate cause I was worried all the time and fearful of everything.........often people try to help by saying it is a matter of self control, when the presenting issues of ADD are impulisiveness and impatience and racing thoughts.........i get that it must be hard to be given such advice but thing is not everyone will understand the difficulty that goes with ADD....


I choose to see myself as pretty much God's child, that is my identity and I am special cause of being a daughter of the most high.......and the whole ADD thing I see as something I need to overcome....day by day. I understand though, cause I get stressed and impatient lining up for things, always have and I have been so hard on others cause my mind jumps from one thing to another and if I want something done especially in the past, I have wanted it done now.......But I am learning that I need to be Christlike despite my disabilities/learning difficulties cause the world can't see them as they are 'in my head' so to speak ......we could all wear badges to let people know of our weaknesses but the truth is if we all did that, the whole world would be wearing them and well, the more dysfunctional society has become, the more people are dysfunctional and there are more people with different types of disabilities and learning difficulties than ever before I believe. Yes it is hard having disabilities/difficulties but the truth is, we are in a fallen world and moreso the world is needing tolerance from both camps, the disabled and abled....if that makes sense.

There is a thing in church these days that makes out there is a spiritual answer for every problem and in a way this is true......but I think Hindsfeet you just needed a bit of understanding, when in reality, all you got was the 'super spiritual' lack of concern......true?

You needed a bit of sympathy when all you got was christianese.......but you know what.......forgive them for they know not what they do......let's just say they have an understanding difficulty entitled UDD (Understanding Deficit disorder).......

I feel for ya Hindsfeet...... huggins

I just hope your frustrations are eased somewhat and that you can forgive your brothers and sisters......we are all learning and these days many are offended and this is a sign of the last days.......it is sooo hard to keep up with people's shortcomings.......it's almost as if everyone has something and I know this is no excuse to be insensitive, but truly......alot of kids are being diagnosed ADD when there are others problems to deal with and are thus medicated when really in my opinion some good counselling, right parenting, functional environment, healthy food for examples could help too. There are so many kids being abused these days, not just in the sexual sense but emotionally and physically. Some kids I see are diagnosed with Asperges or ADHD OR ADD and they have aboslutley no discipline whatsoever and we wonder why kids are acting up all the time......

I know this may not be your case I am just trying to make a point that, labels are just that sometimes.....labels and when we actually do have difficutlies we should not allow them to foster feelings of unforgiveness or justify ungodly behaviour. Self control is a fruit of the spirit..maybe this is where your friends at church were coming from.....but I also see where you were coming from too, that when you have ADD that your feelings of frustration and racing thoughts and impulsiveness come from seemingly unstressful situations to most people and when people don't 'get that' it adds to your frustration.

Doesn't the world just need alot more understanding and ....perspective?


I have not taken sides here as you can see but I hope I have added something to your situation that has hopefully encouraged and made sense to you Hindsfeet......


I hope I have been a blessing in the best sense..... huggins

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 06, 2010 12:05 pm

huggins Yes you have!! That is so encouraging to me. Yeah, I pretty much felt like they just brush me off.

I don't make excuses and do things intentionally to get away with it because I have ADD. It's not like I stand there and think "I'm going to be mean someone and blame it on ADD.
I am so frustrated with people because they tell me to not make ADD and excuse, which tells me that they think I enjoy doing whatever it is they think I make excuses for. It's like telling someone who gets migraines not to blame their absences from work on their migraines. They don't want to miss work because of a migraine but they are being told that basically they are faking their migraines so that they Can miss work (making excuses and blaming it on migraines).
That is where my frustration comes from most of the time.
You're right I can't turn of my ADD and it's not like I want to. I don't want to live without it as it's not a disorder but a different way of thinking. My brain is not wired the same way as the majority of people.
Anyway, you seem to understand and you have been a blessing!!
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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 06, 2010 7:59 pm

Cool.....I totally get what you are saying...the other day i went to the blood bank to donate plasma and half way through I felt really euphoric and faint and the lady taking my blood said "i have never heard of anyone getting like that before, maybe it is psychosomatic?"........seriously it was like waving a red flag to a bull! Funny how when she gave me some oxygen later, my head cleared.......how psychosomatic was that!!!

I resonate with what you say big time. I once had a phone call from someone high up in social security out here who wanted to speak to me personally about my ADD cause I had applied to claim benefits for my degree studies.....he basically said to me that he thought his wife had it too cause she was forgetful and disorganised......the whole thing was a big hint that i was faking it and using this "excuse" to claim benefits.......

another story too; my university co-ordinator when I was telling her i had ADD to get out of a subject once, she looked at my grade point average and said this "you grades are good to me so how can you have ADD?"

and my last story; I once went to an ADD specialist for counselling, my first time seeing her, my friend had recommended I see her.She looked me straight in the eye and said "you are too well behaved and smart to have ADD why are you here?" .....she only dealt with kids who had it and could not understand that a mature adult could have it, and a smart one at that! gee whizz!!

I sooooo understand where you are coming from and there are more stories I could tell, but just wanted to encourage you.....it is a hard thing to see cause it is in our heads and presents itself in behavioural problems so people think it is just a matter of 'getting our act together' but it is more than this as you know.


With awareness people can understand more about this ADD.
Conversely there are people out there who do abuse the system but I am not one of them and I hear you sister, nor are you!


Blessings, huggins

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Fri Nov 19, 2010 11:59 am

Wow Delightful!! You have def. had more exposure to others swineyness than I have!! I have had people tell me that there is no such thing as ADD!! It's been PROVEN there is by brain scans showing that our brains are LITERALLY wired DIFFERENTLY. I always make sure to mention that when they say stupid stuff about something they have no clue of.
I believe that it is over diagnosed because people wish them or their kids had it.
That ADD therapist, bad grief... So, basically she lumps ADHD with ADD like everyone else!! That ticks me off too. ADHD is not ADD. Yeah, ADD the smart mind "disability"
My sons teachers were always telling me how smart he is, my husband is borderline genius... I'm finding that I'm not stupid like how I was treated growing up.

Delightful, we truly are special and NOT in the "retarded" sense.

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Post by Linda Marie Irish on Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:43 pm

It was amazing reading the conversation here.. i hope you dont mind if I stop in to put my 2 cents worth in, I too have learning handicaps that I was not aware of nor able to understand until five years ago when I made myself go for six hours of testing at our local college. I use to say that, when others are talkling to me about something (that wasnt particularly interesting to me) it acually makes my head hurt and my heart cry for the internal struggle that I have in staying focused (on the mundane),

I agree with you Hindsfeet, it is a gift not a curse, basically, however I got it...I know that it has made a better person to continue to overcome, what is often painful, confusing and or, sometimes humiliting, and for the record, it doesnt mean that we have a lesser aptitude for problem solving or cognitive abilities. I know this because I have a very healthy IQ but cannot even win a kindergardeners "matching" game with my grandchildren. In college i use to write songs with the answers in them for all my tests, regardless of the class, (aside from numbers, math,etc) because I can remember poems and songs easily. Still I make poems to remember names, "He has a nose like a cherry his name is Jerry) lol...As far as as the ones who don't understand, it is sad for me. Because it is so misunderstood, and yet what I know to be true is so real.
But I love the thoughts that swirl and play in my mind all day, I love the passion for the ideas that I write on little pieces ofpaper at the oddest times, and like last night, wake up at 2 in the morning because a poem is in my head and it wants to get on paper....no one else I know does that. So it was refreshing to know I have a couple of siblings in the Lord, that are challenged because they also are different...God bless you and the beautiful, creative way that God has put you together, Next time we are misunderstood, or it appears that we have pals like Job.....lets remember each other and send up a little prayer. amen!!!

ps. i thought I'd go find that poem and post it here.

Ill miss the garden most, when there is nothing left to boast
and neither does color cling to the branch~
but naked Willow bends and sways, with the wind,
and still I sense the cold cold ground
though I be safe and sound and still among the covers in my bed.
I miss the garden most when dull is the sky and there is no beauty there to call my heart, But only I can dream about the sun, and how it fell upon my face. Yes, this is when I miss the garden most.





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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by Linda Marie Irish on Fri Nov 19, 2010 12:49 pm

ps...what other people are talking about, I am not saying it is mundane...it might be fascinatiing to others, but I have passion for a lot of subjects God number 1!!!!! and humanity,family, art ideas.....etc.

I just have a void, an aversion to talking about some things...it is part of my handicap, I try to be kindly and listen to subjects that others are interested in but I can only go so far and must excuse myself somtimes. Im not saying there is anything wrong with them, it is my inside struggle to stay focused. I think it is basically the same type of thing, when you are trying to be patient with others who either will not validate who you are, or will minimize what you go through, or will basically tell you to give yourself a swift kick in the pants and get over it.....oh man...we're being tested!!! lol

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Re: Mission not so impossible

Post by hind'sfeet on Fri Nov 19, 2010 4:41 pm

Linda, I don't mind at all :D

I am the same exact way :blah: :ignore: , when I listen to people. My uncle is too but he controls those conversational situations more than I do. Usually he makes it pretty brief or changes the subject and also makes it known to keep it to the point. I don't know what it is that women talk about that bores me so much. I feel the same way about boring conversations too. Men seem to have much better conversations that don't bore me. Women have good conversations when they talk about God things (women in general).

I love that poem! It's amazing the things that come to us in our sleep.

I used to write down some of my idea inventions but discovered that most of the time they've already been invented so now I just look for them so I can buy them, because I need them! LOL I have come up with creative solutions that work out and it amazes me when people tell me they would never have thought of it, because there was really nothing to it.
I hate writing on paper because it's so slow and I get frustrated and am afraid I'll lose my thoughts. I was just thinking , I wonder how much typing has freed up our minds to think about other things.
Like back when the only thing to record with was pen and paper, I bet people had to memorize and concentrate so much more than we do on keeping up with just daily things that it gave little time to explore every subject under the sun.

I don't know my IQ but last time I took one of those free tests online (not on face book, was a very long test) I was def. above average and then I was a genius in emotional IQ. In HS I did really bad on the SAT, don't remember why. When I did the testing for ADD I did really well on some of them that surprised the tester but did really bad when it came to looking at the pictures that were missing something. I did good on the simple pictures like the pitcher pouring water but when it got to the farm house scene, I couldn't find what was missing. He had to point it out to me and I told him I would never have seen it, couldn't find it again even a little while after he showed me.

I know what you mean about numbers... I can't do the timeline thing worth a flip. I can't associate words with numbers for some reason.

LOL about your continued post!! I feel like I have to explain myself All the time too!! I understood what you meant before you explained huggins

Yeah, I agree we are being tested, I more often than not, fail duh

:lordhelpus: huggins

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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 20, 2010 3:23 am

Ah, i just feel that I am made in the image of God and I am fearfully and wonderfully made......ADD or ADHD I know that I am unique and that whilst the world makes it hard to define my idiosyncracies and therefore it must be a 'problem' to the system, I choose to see that my super intelligence and lateral thinking is something High end intelligence organistions consider the norm!

It was the stupid schooling system that gears most of its teaching methods to logical left brained methods of reasoning hence why most ADD ADHD individuals are medicated and put into the 'dumb' classes instead of being given the extra attention and forethought required to facilitate and nurture these individuals into being the geniuses who can change this world for a better place. Look at Einstein, Edison and ABE. I arrest my case as these men all had learning difficulties.......supposedly. In my mind they just thought a different way........God's way which knows no limits!

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:10 am

AMEN :hooray: :ihavenothingtoadd: lol!

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:12 am

Well actually i have one thing, the govt run schools do that intentionally because they don't want another Abe Lincoln for president... So, they brain wash us and our children into thinking only how and what they want us to think.

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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:32 pm

Yeah most likely HF.

I just read your long post, not sure why I missed it, (must be an ADD thing rofl ) but I eventually read it.

I did a series of intelligence tests and did really well in common knowlege but when had to put blocks together like back in preschool days, i was hopeless and also when i was shown those pictures, I would read heaps into them and make a massive novel out of them!!!LOL My IQ ended up averaging out at 114 but my 'intellect' IQ was 145 which the assessor was really wrapped about. But I considered it "things my mother taught me"......I wonder if alot of the issues with kids having learning probs is cause so many mums have to work these days to survive and their kids don't get that old fashioned up bringing that we all used to get eons ago as kids. I mean my exes kids were indoors all the time playing online games and when I was a kid I was out playing and making things like mud pies and cubby houses - problem solving stuff, or on rainy days I would hang out with mum and learn how to cook or draw and play board games. Talking to mum was always fun as a kid and I learnt so much from my parents. My dad would take me for swims after school and we would 'talk' and have fun.

I don't think kids get that sort of upbringing as much as both parents are usually working (out of necessity I understand...not having a go at anyone ok) and parents are too scared to let their kids out to go to parks and outdoors for fear of their kids being kidnapped, molested or some such thing, but you know what I am saying. We are reaping the seeds sown of a sinful world and I think we are seeing it manifest in the kids personalities of today. It's sad really. bandaid

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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 20, 2010 8:44 pm

oh and i get you on the whole, talking to guys....they are more brief in the way they talk (well the majority of them )I like listening to mens convos, I was saying that the other day. To be honest I think they have more intelligent things to say (sorry to the gals who love to go on about babies and scrapbooking - it's just not me)..........I've always been more interested in politics, religion, conspiracy theories and stuff that is just not typically what women love to rave about. Don't get me wrong as you can tell I love to talk alot (a common female trait) and I love to talk about emotional stuff, but I'm a bit of an allrounder and if I am going to talk about girly stuff it aint craft or babies. (sorry mums out there)

I used to get so annoyed at churches when they would have the typical womens camps and the activities they had were so lame in my opinion. SO frilly and unexciting to me, and there was always craft this, craft that and it really got on my nerves (can't you tell? duh ) anyhow, I think they are catching on that there are women who love stuff that is active and even dangerous at times.

Last year I went to the shooting range with the ladies from my friends church and it was soooooooo fun to pull a trigger! Us Aussies have heaps of gun control, not like the Americans unfortunatley. LOL

It was something that all the men in the church joked about for weeks, but thing is, sometimes there are women who love craft, babies and all things sweet and cute and then there are women who love to go mountain biking (not that I like this ) shooting, golfing and things that are more outdoorsy and different. Some women, like some men, just break the mold really. And I'm glad that the world and the church are realising this....finally! cool

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:24 pm

LOL, did you see the nothing to ADD sign?! That's funny rofl

I do good with those puzzles and patterns (not when it comes to number patterns though) just not when it comes to intentionally finding a needle in a haystack. I once lost my pencil and the class laughed at me for a good 5 min while I was looking for it and blaming someone for taking it, it was in my hand the whole time... I often lose things and if you try to point to something, I won't usually see it. You would have to guide me to what you want me to look at. I think it is pretty funny because I do see a lot of stuff no one else sees... I wonder how that works out... It's pretty contradictory to me and interesting.

Where do you get those testings done? My mom used to have me tested ALL the time when I was growing up until highschool... I seemed to have "tested out" somehow and they basically said I didn't need to be tested anymore. There was some kind of word test they made me take and they said that I'd gone further than any adult they had tested, I wasn't an adult...
I remember them showing me those pictures that you had to tell a story about or something... I used to make up these REALLY long stories and one time I got a migraine while wracking my brain for a story. I probably was just so hungry that they had made me sick using up all my energy in mental concentration.
I was never once told the results of the tests nor was I ever told that I had ADD until I was actually tested For it. I think it is odd because my husband is the same age as me and HE was diagnosed with it when he was a kid... He is also mildly dyslexic.

Yeah, I know about that scared parent syndrome as I have it... We had chosen not to live on post at our last duty station and though we had a swingset and HUGE entirely fenced in yard, I wouldn't let my son go outside much at all. Now that we live on post at another duty station, I let him go outside unsupervised to play with his friends. They run around outside like wild monkeys and even go to eachothers houses without the permission of the parents! I don't mind now because his friends live next door and nearby. I'm glad he gets to do that now because that's what I did when I was a kid.
Yeah, I don't play games with him and he microwaves food... I feel guilty for that. My mom Never played with me neither and my guardian rarely played with me. When my son was a toddler I didn't like playing toys with him but I would take him on lots of excursions and kids play groups.
My son is 11 but one thing that both of us really enjoy is the science channels and talking about new discoveries, stuff like that!

I know what you mean about society reaping what it's sown... I've been thinking about that lately. This is how I've been thinking about it: We go through bad stuff so that we can be overcomers in Yah so that we can help others going through that, it all goes backwards, back to Adam and Eve, or forwards, whichever direction you want to look. Goes both ways simultaneously. We can never undo the hurts all the way back to Eve, only Jesus can do that.

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:36 pm

yeah the baby stuff... I can only do that for so long, tell my advice and not listen to the rest because I don't have a baby anymore duh or just not listen at all. Ugh scrap booking convos, clothes, SHOES (huh? Hello? WHY?).
I TOTALLY get you!!! I think the men at your church are lame for laughing at the women shooting guns. Well, maybe not since after all the only thing they ever had convos on before is foo foo bunny stuff...
I ALWAYS find myself migrating over to the men's convos, esp if my husband is amongst them. I love listening to my husband talk.

I love adventures!!!

I have to hit the hay as tomorrow is a VERY VERY special day!!! That wasn't intentional lol!

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Post by Delightful soul on Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:50 pm

:ihavenothingtoadd: well i do, i will come back to this discussion, tis sooo interesting truly so, I'm just all worded out :imconfused: :ihavenothingtoadd: sweet dreams 2 ROTFL

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Post by hind'sfeet on Sat Nov 20, 2010 9:59 pm

rofl I'll talk to ya tomorrow then, maybe, if a certain person of my doesn't hog the computer happy dance

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