Here's to all the women who feel they're at the end of their tether, the bottom of the well and way past the straw that broke the camel's back. Who, despite all the odds, keep going. Often simply for the sake of the ones they love. - Kaz
Hey Alistair, you certainly like flinging insults but really don't have much to say. Maybe you should let us know when your birthday is and we can all chip in for a years supply of 'wanker spray'. Then, everytime you read something you don't like you can pretend to spray us with your wrath without us having to read any of it. - Nina R
Here's to all the women that I share life with. Thank you to the women that support me, laugh with me, cry with me , and step in and tell me when I need to hear the truth or take over when I need a hand. I couldn't get by without you. I'm a lucky one though - I have 4 great brothers and a husband that are my surrogate girlfriends and sisters when I need them to be. Those men in my life have actually been the ones to tell me to be happy just being me. - Georgie
Love this post Mrs Woog.
Once again I read your words & find myself saying yes,yes.
If I didn't go with my gut I know my life would have turned out so differently....and not in a good way.
I would have married someone who was cheating on me with a relative of mine.I kept digging as something was telling me to and I found out just in the nick of time.
I find that if I over think something I get messed up and don't know what to do....but If I stop and breath and ask the universe to help me then for sure I get a clear mind and feel something telling me which way I should go.
The few times I have ignored that little voice inside and boy was I sorry.
You were one of the first people I ever followed on Twitter.
I didn't really know what I was doing but I listened to my gut telling me you were a real gem.You made me feel part of a wonderful community at a time when I really needed to feel I wasn't alone.I could feel the warmth of your beautiful heart.
I am always grateful that in that instance I didn't ignore my gut.Xx
Now for something weird...as I am finishing off here I turned on a Dr Oz show I had taped and would you believe the topic of the day is intuition and medium verses medicine. - Debyl1
Here's to my maternal grandmother, who became a mother too young. Who survived her life.
To all of us who seek a future that's ours and not man's. - RhodaD
Ha, I like your spirit guides swagger! - Just Sandi
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So much jealousy masquerading as ideology. Beautiful. - Alistair
Sounds a lot like what Rupert said just before he walked away with $800million worth of Australia's money.
Keep talking Gina, keep opening that great big bloated pie hole of yours because the more you and your precious right wing chums spew this kind of crap the more I see ordinary Australian's mobilising … i suggest you enjoy your $17 billion while you can you obnoxious cow! - Boots
"If you won’t consider my well-being, at least allow me to remember you as ...rather than the slothful, vindictive and devious baby elephant that you have become."
(Her dad paraphrased. )
She has no notion of how lives are lived outside her milieu. - Sally
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