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instinctual
Posted 8/8/2008 4:46 PM (#8866 - in reply to #8456)
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Thank you so much! It's sorta hard for me to wrap my skull around the fact that there are soon to be 2 people on this planet who will refer to me as Grandma! Actually, I am "nana" to Jordyn, as her mother is of Mexican decent, and that is what they call their grandmother...sort of cute!

OK, I meant to log off a long time ago, but I seem to be mesmerized with all the postings today.

Love and cheer to all!
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Kiddo Green
Posted 8/8/2008 9:27 PM (#8872 - in reply to #8456)
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Lori-
What a blessing. Can you believe it? babies are so wonderful. I want another one! Ay! You are lucky to be enjoying it from the grandmother point of view. You have the opportunity to see your children grown and creating new lives...and you can share your wisdom.

With Love and Fae'th
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/9/2008 9:06 AM (#8901 - in reply to #8835)
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Now I AM feeling left out !

ps, a good kiddies book in case not known over there is, Maurice Sendak, "Where the Wild Things Are" - a true book on many levels

x

yours feeling left out across the wide Atlantic seas - or Pacific too !

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instinctual
Posted 8/10/2008 8:35 PM (#8931 - in reply to #8456)
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You are found! I wonder if you say you are lost because I informed that my daughter is now pregnant and will give me my 2nd grand baby in March! They say that multiples are every other generation on the maternal side..so...
My grandmother was a twin
My mother was a twin
My mother's sister had twins
My sister had twins!

Seems like every generation to me..so, we shall see how many she has in her little oven!
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instinctual
Posted 8/10/2008 8:37 PM (#8933 - in reply to #8456)
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Yikes! Is it ominous that this posted 3 times ? ? ?
Time will tell..
and thank you Cara Mia...for your sweet words...

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Kiddo Green
Posted 8/11/2008 12:36 AM (#8939 - in reply to #8456)
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No prob. Hey my mom was a twin. (Her twin passed a few years back.) I would love to have twins though I can only imagine the fatigue at this point. sheesh.

WEll, Paul, you may be a grandfather soon, no? You said your boys are grown. (I don't mean to scare you or anything! haha!)

Anyway, I am catching up this weekend too. Was busy with the family.

Take care, ALL!
C
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Posted 8/11/2008 1:43 AM (#8945 - in reply to #8456)
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My ex hubby was a twin. my sister's hubby is a twin. My daughter is engaged to a twin.

I only have a twin soul.... lol.... muh hubby.

I always wanted a twin....

To be honest, I think my ex husband had to share his soul, with his twin, because he was so cyborg like. Never any feelings.... Like he was empty or partly empty inside. I couldn't live with that. I often wonder if there was a mess up, and they really did have to share a soul.

Anyone else encounter such a thing?

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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/11/2008 4:36 AM (#8958 - in reply to #8939)
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You don;t scare me at all Cara, but the thought would sincerely worry my sons !
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/11/2008 9:49 AM (#8976 - in reply to #8931)
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So dear Lori that is why I was feeling left out ... all makes sense now .... & wasn't it twins who founded Rome (Romulous & Remus)? ... suckled by a wolf ...?!

Holy Szygy x

(not sure about this signature - might take it off !)

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instinctual
Posted 8/11/2008 11:10 AM (#8984 - in reply to #8456)
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Holy Szygy! That sounds rather like something my Hungarian ancestors would proclaim! ah ha!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/11/2008 11:31 AM (#8992 - in reply to #8984)
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It's a Jung thing (in case you didn;t know ?!)
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instinctual
Posted 8/11/2008 11:41 AM (#9000 - in reply to #8456)
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No, I didn't know, will research that- I love that word! Thx P Always enlightening, you are...
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Posted 8/11/2008 11:44 AM (#9004 - in reply to #9000)
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Thanks Lori - you too & best to you ; let me know if you want me to tell you more about the S word !

signing off now x
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Posted 8/11/2008 8:16 PM (#9015 - in reply to #8456)
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Yes, please do enlighten!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/12/2008 4:48 AM (#9028 - in reply to #9015)
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The syzgies are a Jungian archetype, of 'paired opposites' 'where the One is never separated from the Other' (CW vol. 9(i)) ... they ultimately alsor eside oneself, as one's own inner oposites, that, to become individuated, or whole, (or w-holy!), need to be integrated - that is, for Jung, the divine work of alchemy - the unfification of the soul ... but we can see the archteype of the syzygy in many myths and legends (eg, perhaps, Adam and Eve; Jacob and Esau; Cain and Abel, just to take a few from the OT)

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instinctual
Posted 8/13/2008 12:06 PM (#9083 - in reply to #8456)
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thank you Paul...yes it does sound familiar now...I recall studying this aspect in nursing school in a Psych 202 class...amazing what the brain can recall! The Syzygy represent the symbolic aspect of the communication between the conscious and unconscious mind...I appreciate your input dear...we are all indeed always teaching, always learning...
xo

PS: my daughter had her sonogram- there is only 1 peanut in there! (phew)!

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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/13/2008 3:02 PM (#9103 - in reply to #9083)
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sorry ... didn't mean to do the 'teaching' thing ... patronising, moi ? x

backing away quickly and exiting, pursued by a bear ...
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Posted 8/13/2008 3:04 PM (#9104 - in reply to #8456)
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teaching is something that needs no apologies! As we have spoke of often, when the student is ready, the teacher will come! I guess it just so happened that I, the student, was ready!

OK, off I go to my son's school meeting.
Be well, my friends!
xox
L
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/13/2008 3:11 PM (#9107 - in reply to #9104)
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Hope the meeting goes/will have gone by the time you read this, WELL x
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Posted 8/13/2008 7:00 PM (#9124 - in reply to #8456)
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Thank you for the wish! It was tedious, arduous, stressful, emotional and highly effective! No one ever said that being a mummy is easy! (especially when said child is 1 foot taller than you)...so anyway, if I may share....basically we were rallying for his services..related to previous health incident, his disability, etc.....
He hates hearing that word"disabled"....and in his stage of growth and development..almost 18...seeking independence...identity vs role confusion......I of course empathize with my son and am accused of coddling...(Bad Mamma)....yet I understand their message...I must let him make mistakes and fall....he ran outside and locked himself in my car...it was actually comical after my blood pressure dropped back down to numbers conducive to human life...
Oh Good Grief....!!!!
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Paul Joseph
Posted 8/14/2008 4:09 AM (#9145 - in reply to #9124)
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Empathy empathy, prayers and love dear Lori .. what can I say ... ?

? Keep taking the honey ? x

(but don;t fall out of the branches ! -reach out for my paw )

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Posted 8/20/2008 2:36 PM (#9438 - in reply to #8456)
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stretching....reaching.....got it!
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Posted 9/27/2008 3:09 PM (#10475 - in reply to #9438)
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.. and .... the ...

....... two ....... people ................. might ... just .............be ..........

......................................................................................................Adam and Eve ?

Everything is circular x
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instinctual
Posted 9/27/2008 3:18 PM (#10476 - in reply to #8456)
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Yes indeed, all is well Thank you!

If it is not circular, it is triangular or rectangular, what have you, they are all connected!

Spending the day tearing out old carpet and the next several months refinishing concrete floors underneath..projects are never ending in this old adobe house!

Peace Peace Peace x x x

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Posted 9/27/2008 3:30 PM (#10477 - in reply to #10476)
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sounds nice where you are x
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