I signed over the title to my car Monday night, and my Accomplice cleaned it out and officially surrendered it Tuesday. This opens us to the possibility of a new-t0-us car, something my Accomplice won’t need to mechanic. And, as the years pass, it becomes more painful for him.
I’d rather wait a while longer to have a second car, and get something a little newer, and in better shape, than our remaining Subaru.
More, he wouldn’t have driven his own car to the hospital; if he was sick enough to go, he’d need a ride.
Her feelings for this human had proven repeatedly that they were beyond her ability to control, or even contain.
Recently, we made the decision to cash in some modest investments, which is allowing us to go from one twenty-year-old car to two more reliable, newer models, and to make more investments in the business that will allow us to With this week’s focus being decidedly and intentionally business-focused, there’s been much less to report in the way of writing progress through the first half of the week, but, now that the cars are purchased, this will shift some (still a busy Other Stuff week, though, so maybe not as much as my fantasies suggest, unless someone clones me or finds a way to time travel so I can get more done). Ysirt was made motherless in the attack – he lost both mother and Huntmother.
But that’s not where he was now; his things would still be here if he was; the emeergency workers always took portable oxygen, and she’d have a call waiting to come with a bag for him, because they didn’t take that kind of thing in the ambulance.
It’s incredibly frustrating and exhausting when you put hours into online dating and don’t hear back from the women you message.
If you are a dude sending a message to a cool chic, get it into your head, you are not the only one.
It was part of Tim, part of the background of life here in this place.
She’d only been without it when Tim was in the hospital.
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