Life returning to the Normal everyday.

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36 thoughts on “Life returning to the Normal everyday.

  1. Life is short live it to the fullest. Always stay positive and keep your head up and continue moving forward.
    We got over a foot of snow ugh!

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  2. Hi, I’m OK. This weather is messing with my arthritis. This time of year is depressing.
    Getting thru!
    Want the sun to stay out and get rid of all the dirty snow. My dogs need to spend some time outside.
    Christin

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    1. Christin,
      I understand this time of the year can be depressing having over a foot a snow doesn’t help. I have 3 dogs they enjoy the snow lol but it’s so cold here it feels like Siberia Russia and it’s nys lol.
      How is everything going with your MS?

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  3. Christin,
    I was a firefighter in NY for 20 year’s lived in NJ until 2013 when I retired and moved upstate.
    I been retired now for 5 year’s @ 46
    it beginning to become boring lol
    There is only so much hunting you can do in the Adirondacks.
    I’m a 6 house drive to Manhattan.

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  4. Christin,
    The reason I ask about your MS my oldest sister has MS.
    She was treated in Boston And her condition is stable Don’t get me wrong she has her Good and bad days Since being diagnosed 15 year’s ago.
    We grew up in Belmar I can’t honestly say I’ll stay up State indefinitely lol
    hope you enjoying your Monday and chat soon.

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  5. Christin,
    I hope you’re beginning to enjoy your week. I’m getting ready to take the 6-hour drive to Brooklyn and see some family.
    My sister with MS lives in Brooklyn she recently moved from Jersey because property taxes are outrageous that’s the reason I moved as well my property taxes was near $13,000 a year. So many people are leaving Jersey because the property taxes are so high.
    I never was a blogger so this is a first.
    It’s time to dive 87

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      1. Hi, Christin
        I’m glad things are calmer for you.
        I wish you all the best and nothing less.
        How is your relationship with your sister and mother?
        Scott

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  6. I have reconnected with my sister. No relationship with Barbara. I have tried to remove the toxic people from my life,
    My life is better than it has ever been. Looking back I realize that I have survived a type of hell that most people would never understand. I thank God for making me strong enough to withstand it all and still be sane.

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    1. Hi, Christin
      I’m glad you reconnected with your sister. I drive down sunset once or twice a week going to work and I seen children playing in the front yard and I just can’t help to think what you went through. It’s good to keep toxic people out of your life they only make matters worse.
      I was 15 in 1986 living in Dumont just on another Street.
      I’m glad you are doing well and you’ll continue to be in my prayers.
      God Bless.
      Scott

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  7. Hi Christin! I hope you’re doing okay. Been a while. I hope you’re ready for the warm weather. It’s on its way thank God. I know winter has its purpose, but it sure does suck. Hope you’re ok!

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  8. Hi John, just heard we have a snow storm coming. Hate it! Ready for alittle warmth.
    Are you surviving?
    I have been keeping busy, trying to keep the depression away. Lol
    Keep your head up, this to shall pass!
    Chris

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    1. Hey Christin, glad to hear from you. Im doing good I guess. Hit a milestone this past week…40. “Just a number” is what everybody tells me lol. It’s a number I don’t like…but im blessed to have made it this far. Im glad to finally say that Spring is here!!!! These warm days are nice. Hopefully these days aren’t tease. But it’s definitely a sign of better days to come!!!! Holler back if you like. Nice hearing from you!!!

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      1. Happy Birthday John🎂 .
        Yes it is just a number. Hopefully we are getting older and wiser. I know I feel like I’m living my Real Life now.
        There are always good and bad times, it just is what it is!
        Make the best and continue on. Hopefully the good out way the bad.
        Christin

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  9. Hi Christin,
    My name is Jody and I live in Michigan. I recently heard of your fathers story and I quickly understood your side of things, feelings of detachment and depression. Without going into much detail, I understand the need to remove toxic people from your life and the void that comes with it. You are a amazingly strong person to fight to overcome this. Please do not let anyone make you feel any of this was your fault. If you ever need to chat with someone who understands I am always willing to be a ear :))

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  10. Hi Christine, just stumbled on your blog. You are very open and write well. I think as people get older things get better. I feel twice as good now at 40 than I did if that makes any sense. I admit I felt sorry for your father when he passed away years ago, probably because of the way he was raised. I knew a lot of kids who had awful parents and you never forget. Anyway keep writing!

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  11. Hi, Christin.
    I hope you and your family are doing very well. I still live in Dumont we didn’t attend the same school but I remember seeing you around.
    I hope life is treating you fair and always keep your head up and turn apples into applesauce that’s an old saying from my grandma.
    God bless and keep in touch.

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      1. Christin,
        Not that i can recall. Other than people calling your father “Big Rich”
        Everyone started coming out of the woodwork when your father was arrested with all types of stories of what they believed. You can’t listen to Dogma.
        You Keep Your Head Up High and know that you didn’t do nothing wrong to anyone.
        I always thought you was a very attractive young lady. Remember turn apples into applesauce and don’t listen to people who talk Dogma.
        Let me know if you’d like to exchange cell phone numbers?

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        1. Thank you Brian. I appreciate your honesty.
          So many people claim to know my family and don’t. Always wondered if people suspected that things just weren’t right with my family.
          Christin

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  12. Christin,
    I remember you in the supermarket always wearing shorts and sandals and you always had your hair in pigtails. we said hello a few times but that was the extent of our conversation in part we didn’t attend the same school.
    I remember your father used to wear glasses I don’t recall him having a beard at that time either. I hope this ain’t bringing up bad memories I reached out not for that purpose.
    your friend
    Bryan

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  13. Christin,
    I thought the cold weather was gone for a few months. Hmm.
    How is everything in your neck of the woods?
    Do you miss NJ? Dumont hasn’t changed much over the years it just got more expensive but in all fairness all of New Jersey has gotten very expensive.
    I’ve been considering moving to Easton Pennsylvania it’s a straight shot not that bad of a commute to the city.
    Reply when you can my friend!
    Bryan

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  14. Hey Chris, I hope your summer off to a good start. I recently lost my father on July 3rd to copd. He fought a long hard battle since 2005. It’s rough. But I know he’s in a better place with his friends and family….no more 02 hose needed now. Hope to heat from you soon. Would be appreciated more than you can imagine. Pointers on coping would be nice. Thank you. vhfanjohn@live.com or kissfanjohn@gmail.com

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    1. Oh John I am so very sorry. I know this is a hard time for you. You must try to remember your good memories with him. Do not wallow in the sadness. You must continue to push yourself each day to live your life.
      I know this is a very hard time for you. Please fight the depression, do not let the darkness get the best of you. I am thinking of you and sending Hugs and all good wishes. Please ha g in there.
      Christin

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