What journal entries (others' or mine's) have meant a lot to you?

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What journal entries (others' or mine's) have meant a lot to you?--Al

-- Al Schroeder (al.schroeder@nashville.com), June 07, 2000


I have thought about this one from many different angles and Your entries takings us into your heart and grieving in front of the world and how you are handling it. Another are of Sunshyn's entries and yet others are following Bonnie (The Chattering) and Sandy (Dirt Road Rambling) and their good humored meeting life on their doorstep.

There are so many others that give me a clue as to how they meet things and do things and go places. Living vicariously through the Journals broadens me.

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), June 08, 2000.

Bob, of AND IF I DIE (http://www.geocities.com/and_if_I_die/index.html) writes beautiful thing to his kids, his "Magoos." Recently he did a touchingly sad story of the funeral of his friend's baby, one on discrimination, one on homosexuality (that he said was inspired by one of my entries), and the very best "sour grapes" entry about the Diarest.net awards.

I've also enjoyed watching Stasi (Covet What was Mine - http://www.sweetpeas.org/) through the last days of her pregnancy and now watching her adjustments to being a new mom.

I enjoy waking up to Patrick (http://www.spies.com/~xingcat/inside.html) and going to bed with you, Al. Uh...that's not how I meant to say that... Sorry, Barb!

-- Bev Sykes (basykes@dcn.davis.ca.us), June 08, 2000.

Beverly just mentioned more of my favorites and our reasons are similar.

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), June 08, 2000.

Does that mean you also like to wake up with Patrick and go to bed with me, Doug? (I'm busier than I thought...JUST KIDDING!!)--Al

-- Al Schroeder (aschroeder@comdata.com), June 08, 2000.

I am a sorry bed partner and fortunate that my wife puts up with me. I am turning in sleep life as I probably will in my grave, arms and legs everywhich way. When used to camp people made sure that there was a broad space between us.

It appears to me that Beverly Sykes and Bob Beltran are well ahead of me . . . . . and I am in full agreement with most of what they say and have no actual sticking points with their point of view.

This is demonstrated again on your question about passion. I tend to run on and now at the other end of the pendulum's swing terseness just isn't quite enough.

-- Denver doug (ionoi@webtv.net), June 09, 2000.

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