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#31 of 31 Old 12-08-2011, 02:33 PM
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Originally Posted by tennisstar View Post
I feel like I can do this and that I really can benifit from the whole situation. My life can be great with this little dude in it.....


 All those little "problems" I wrote about, aren't really problems and I will adjust. I think I've done enough negative venting and plan on staying positive from here on in.


yes, you CAN do this and you can benefit! There is a possibility that everything can be very cool. 


(You might not be able to stay positive *all* the time, but at least you can find your way back  winky.gif

but everything has pros and cons  shrug.gif

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