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Don't tell me the zits never stop, oh well, at least it's only once a month.

 

I swear, the forum is syncing us all up!

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Ugghhh hate zits, for the last 3 cycles, instead if face pimple I have been getting apimple on my chest.... SOOO NASTY at least zits are borederline acceptable on the face, but chest yuck, and they take forever to go away!

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I confess that I'm about to start my period and I have a giant zit under my nose. It is driving me to distraction. I'm 34, when do zits stop?
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Datetwin - we are on the same cycle...of course! I swear the older i get the WORSE my skin gets
I KNOW! My skin wasnt this bad in my 20's, but in my 30s, all the hormonal acne!!! Nothing like trying to find products to stop wrinkles and zits! God that sucks!

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Nothing like trying to find products to stop wrinkles and zits! God that sucks!
That just totally cracked me up. I put so many different things on my face for various reasons I'm surprised anyone can still see skin!

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I confess that I just stalked my moms wedding. A friend went with me. My mom and I are estranged and she is remarrying 10 months after my dad passed. So a friend and I went and sat in the parking lot across the street from the wedding chapel. When we pulled up I saw all my sisters cars there, one who said she would not be going.

 

So we sat there till they came out. Sure enough my sisters, BIL's and their kids were all there. And a few good friends of my dads were there to.

 

I dont know why I tortued myself. Or why I care. But now Im pissed about the whole thing. Its not like I want my sisters to not be there for her. They are my moms stepdaughters. But I guess they led me to believe that they were against this marriage, and to see them there kinda hurt. It would of been nice for them to be upfront about going, and to even maybe call and see how I was doing. Because Im doing really bad. And can only imagine how the 1 year anniversary of my dads passing will be in 2 months.

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I confess that I just stalked my moms wedding. A friend went with me. My mom and I are estranged and she is remarrying 10 months after my dad passed. So a friend and I went and sat in the parking lot across the street from the wedding chapel. When we pulled up I saw all my sisters cars there, one who said she would not be going.

So we sat there till they came out. Sure enough my sisters, BIL's and their kids were all there. And a few good friends of my dads were there to.

I dont know why I tortued myself. Or why I care. But now Im pissed about the whole thing. Its not like I want my sisters to not be there for her. They are my moms stepdaughters. But I guess they led me to believe that they were against this marriage, and to see them there kinda hurt. It would of been nice for them to be upfront about going, and to even maybe call and see how I was doing. Because Im doing really bad. And can only imagine how the 1 year anniversary of my dads passing will be in 2 months.
I'm sorry this is so hard for you. I wish they would have been upfront with you too. Maybe they just didn't know what to say. Or maybe they weren't going to go but decided at the last minute to go.

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I'm sorry this is so hard for you. I wish they would have been upfront with you too. Maybe they just didn't know what to say. Or maybe they weren't going to go but decided at the last minute to go.

Kat, I just noticed your siggy ticker. I didn't know you were expecting! Congrats! How exciting!

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Thanks! I called him and told him that he had to call the RE agent and the mortgage guy and they were both expecting calls this afternoon. Well, his tune changed when that happened. Now he says he just wanted to wait because we will both be away for a week (we will) and didn't think we could do anything if we aren't home. Duh, that's what cell phones and computers are for! So, we are putting in our counter offer today. I hate to feel like I'm "making" him do something, but really this has to get done...
Kelly- Haven't heard any updates from you, how are things going with DH? I hope everything is going better.

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Kat, I just noticed your siggy ticker. I didn't know you were expecting! Congrats! How exciting!
Thanks! We are really excited. bunny_4.gif

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