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Cyranny’s quickie!

 

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What’s the last thing that made you cry? (I’m still drying the corner of my teary eyes, after reading Mitch’s latest post)

 

 

 

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30 thoughts on “Cyranny’s quickie!

    1. Isn’t that the poem you put on your blog when Huny (not sure about the spelling… Pardon me if I am wrong here) crossed the rainbow bridge? If I am right, it is a very emotional poem… I can see why it touches you so much! xx

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  1. No way is this in comparison to the story you just read, I’m sure (which I’m going to have to check out)…
    However, The other day, my back had hurt so badly and I was having so much difficulty getting out of bed… The pain was debilitating. I had to hold on to the furniture to get my way to the bathroom.
    I can usually handle my pain prettry well, rating scale is usually a solid 8, the other day it was a 15 minimum. I cried so hard by the time I made it back to my bed.

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    1. There sure is no comparison… And I’d much rather cry a couple of tears because of a moving story, than because of any kind of pain!! How’s your back now, Gorgeous? I hope it is close to painless… *Big hugs*

      Oh, and yes, I do recommend reading Mitch’s post! It is great, though it might make you emotional too 😉

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      1. Hi, Catherine! The bak pain is chronic, not much I can do about it. Some days are better than other’s. I have been over-exerting it a bit this week. No biggie. I’m pretty use to it.
        And, I will make a point of visiting Mitch’s site. Thank you. 😉

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  2. As for me, the last time I cried was yesterday morning. I listened to a song that caught me right away. It was melancholic and longing at the same time. It made me mourn the pieces of me that were lost when I remembered (the worst of) what happened to me as a kid.

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    1. I can’t fathom the thought of having my childhood stolen like too many people such as you, love! It saddens me to see how much of a life-long devestation it represents. And it says a lot about you, to see how sensitive and giving you are now, no matter what you suffered (and still suffer)… I think it is a good thing to let the steam out a little sometimes, when a song strums your heartstrings. *Big hugs*

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      1. It’s so unfortunate that it doesn’t just taint what we experienced as kids, but how it affects our lives as we grow up. Not everyone is lucky enough to live this long, and not everyone comes out with empathy and compassion — because it’s just too much. I think it’s important to identify what you’re feeling when you feel it. For some reason, certain songs just seem to amplify what’s lurking under the surface. Almost like I don’t even notice something is there until the song takes it and smacks it into my face.

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    1. Ohhh Caramel… It must be hard not to get emotional he is subject to discussion. Your time together is still so recent. And I would bet it is quite an emotion cocktail of feeling good talking about Goldfinch while missing having him near… *Big hugs*

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    1. 😦 😦 😦 I am so sorry to read this, Sonofa! I don’t want to be indiscreet, but did you learn this recently? Please forward my warmest thoughts to your wife… I’ll be thinking about you and your family! *Big hugs*

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