Advice  

Da_penetrator2 33M
26 posts
3/17/2006 11:46 pm

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3/27/2006 10:44 pm

Advice


OK, First of all, the people who responded to my question, THANK YOU for taking the time to do this. It has helped me alot, It warms my heart to see that there are people in this world with feelings, to the people who responded with idiotic remarks, thanks for that too, it made me realize that the world is cruel and helped me to accept that not everybody in life can help you.

So I started this post, to talk to the people who gave me the advice on my father. Flagg, A BIG THANK YOU TO YOU, you really helped me out with your response.

I'm going to use this post, to keep these people up to date on the current situation, and to talk about this. I've accepted reality, and it is how we are going to make this into something positive.

Thanks again guys and gals.

***DA***

header1979 37M
507 posts
3/18/2006 6:13 pm

Hey DA, I like what you have posted here and in Flagg's blog. You are a class act. As I said in my response to your post on the Advice Line, don't let the bastards wear you down. That guy was very insensitive to respond to your post the way he did. He made an ass of himself. You got bigger things to contend with now.

I am hoping for the best for you and your family.

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flagg134 36M
1582 posts
3/20/2006 11:48 am

Hey Da sorry my mind has been elsewhere I appreciate your support in my blog. I have been letting a bastard get me down which I shouldn't have. The guy was insensitive and foolish to respond like that. You have more pressing issues to contend with then his lack of a heart. I will be following this entry there is no need to thank me though to know that I can help another is thanks enough.

Wishing the best

Flagg


Da_penetrator2 33M
18 posts
3/21/2006 9:23 pm

So, on Monday morning, 20/03/2006, on my way with my mom and dad to the hospital. Heart beating like a dirty dancer. Not knowing what to expect.

My dad has been admitted to hospital to undergo tests. We drove 160km, that's where the hospital is. So it really was a stressfull road. He went to the theatre (21/03/2006) and they finished the operation, now, WE MUST WAIT. This surely is the longest two days of my life. It's Wednesday today, abd still waiting for the results. Didn't sleep last night. So tired today, but am keeping awake, waiting next to my cellphone.

STILL WAITING...


SensuousWoman3 55F
3106 posts
3/22/2006 3:15 am

Hey, guy, you were fine. There’s always going to be some toad in road that has something stupid to say. Crazy, but true. Fortunately, the goodness that spills forth at times such as these will fill your heart so full that the other remarks will become so inconsequential that you’ll truly begin to take pity on the poor fools that are incapable of empathy. Believe it, because it is true. They’re not worth the muscles it takes to curl your upper lip and sneer at them. ~~giggle~

I, too, am thankful that somehow Flagg was at the top of the heap when he responded to your second post that day. I hadn’t read your first post but Flagg’s cool, calm response served to send me back a post or two. Such a Godsend he was.

Speaking of how people act during times such as this, it was only a day or so before you revealed with was going on with you and your family that I kind of went off on a guy in a thread on the advice line. It wasn’t the guy that made the post, but a respondent therein. The guy pontificated about how the best pick-up line was just to tell someone to smile! Oh, Holy Mother in Heaven, that is one of my biggest pet peeves---someone telling me to “smile” and particularly if they add something patronizingly stupid such as “it can’t be that bad!” Oh, YEAH? Says who? You?

The reason I bring this up is because, eight years ago, the day my mother was diagnosed with lung cancer, I was the lone ranger at the hospital, so between all the tests, as not to lose my mind, I plodded about between tests and procedures and all. Well, I was in the elevator at the hospital and I can only imagine, how I might have looked, probably like the most scared, worried, frightened and lost girl on the whole block with a lump in her throat the size of a regulation softball, when what do I encounter but some patronizingly perky piece of jimmy---the type that just loves to tell others how to feel (another pet peeve) who says to me, “Smile!!! Nothing can be that bad!”

I swear to God, for a burger and a buck, I could have slowly meandered to his side of the elevator while intently holding his gaze with what was sure to be a look in my eyes that could have killed and then taken my knee and jammed it so far up his crotch that I would have had to quickly step back less I get hit in the face by his balls that would have surely come flying up and out of that big stupid mouth of his.

But I didn’t do that. I turned my head and looked at him for a long disbelieving moment and then just turned my head back and looked forward. I was entirely too devastated by the events of the day to even say a word. I have been told that sometimes, without knowing or even trying, that I have the ability to give someone a look that could make a strong man cry. I am not necessarily proud of that, but I am hopeful that the look on my face that day left this frickin’ ding-a-ling with the distinct impression that he was nothing more than an arrogan and puffed-up dumb fuck. So you see, you are only human.

Sorry to hog your blog, Da. Here is the title of that post:

Best pick up line, Worst pick up line and Most orginal?

I know the waiting, the wondering, the trying to act like nothing, and the putting on the good front and all can lead to back breaking exhaustion. Hang tight, guy. SW3


Da_penetrator2 33M
18 posts
3/22/2006 4:25 am

Don't worry 'bout hoggin my blog, that's what it's there 4, my head is spinning around, the test results should have been available at eleven this morning, I'm still waiting, 5 hours later.

I'll check that post of urs....

Thanks

***DA***


Dreamwoman2006 58F
32 posts
3/22/2006 11:12 am

Sending you love and encouragement.

You'll undoubtedly run into many insensitive or just clumsy people who have no idea how to handle this situation, but I don't doubt that you can - you come across as a warm, capable and very intelligent guy.

Oh, that fishing trip is such a wonderful idea. I hope you'll both enjoy it tremendously.


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