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    I'm grateful that I've not awoken in the middle of the night with hot, arthritic pain and swelling in any of my fingers or toes since I started taking hydroxychloroquine a couple years ago. I am grateful that I can still get the medication that I need despite the idiotic hype around it.
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    I’m grateful for being able to just take a day and drive to a remote woodland spot and escape the insanity and not have to deal with any people besides the one that I want to. For a day it’s like the universe is ours alone.
    There is no mysterious essence we can call a 'place'. Place is change. It is motion killed by the mind, and preserved in the amber of memory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Population: 1 View Post
    I’m grateful for being able to just take a day and drive to a remote woodland spot and escape the insanity and not have to deal with any people besides the one that I want to. For a day it’s like the universe is ours alone.
    I like days like that. A lot.
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    I am grateful that despite carrying the gene, I do not have dystonia like my wheelchair bound father did. This body... these legs... they are strong enough to allow me to hike steep hills and traverse across downed trees.

    I'm also grateful that I do not have diabetes, because I can eat whatever the fuck I want, whenever I want.

    I'm grateful that I have all of my senses, and that I am not suffering from a degenerative cognitive disorder. That may not be the case one day.

    I am also especially grateful that I have not been diagnosed with a terminal illness. I can only imagine how devastating it is to have your days numbered, and to have 2020 be one's last year of living would be a fucking tragedy.
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    Love.
    There is a crack in everything
    T h a t ' s...h o w...t h e...l i g h t...g e t s...i n
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    Depths of passion I didn't think I'd get to experience with another person.
    There is a crack in everything
    T h a t ' s...h o w...t h e...l i g h t...g e t s...i n
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    One of the dog owners gave me a Bueno ice cream 'to cool down'. Not that I told them anything and I generally don't like ice cream but it's exactly what I needed.
    Until You Decide What Happens, Everything Is Happening At Once


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    Everyone knows I basically hate my job/employer, but today I'm grateful that I completed my work in four hours and was free to leave by noon, with my day's income averaging out to $35/hour, plus whatever I may receive in tips.

    This is the reason I torture myself and stay (besides having no luck when I have attempted to get a new job). Now I get to hike and forage for h-o-u-r-s.

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    I'm actually really thankful for my little portable washing machine. It gets the clothes fairly clean and dry on the spin cycle. It is soooo much easier than wringing things out by hand - especially the towels.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Powehi View Post
    I'm actually really thankful for my little portable washing machine. It gets the clothes fairly clean and dry on the spin cycle. It is soooo much easier than wringing things out by hand - especially the towels.
    hey that's pretty cool...@_@

    The sea has never been friendly to man. At most it has been the accomplice of human restlessness...

    I don't hear a sound
    Silent faces in the ground
    The quiet screams, but I refuse to listen
    If there is a hell
    I'm sure this is how it smells
    Wish this were a dream, but no, it isn't


    Walk in the rain, in the rain, in the rain
    I walk in the rain, in the rain
    Am I right or am I wrong
    And is it here that I belong

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