Deep Thoughts for a Blog Pimp  

PurplePeach72 45F  
7757 posts
9/9/2006 1:36 am

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Deep Thoughts for a Blog Pimp

It's awesome how someone a half a world away from me, knows exactly how I feel. I could be you, you could be me. Everytime I am reminded of how unknown people can be, then like tonight I am reminded of how achingly similar we are.

I couldn't sleep tonight. It's been a really strange week or 2, amazing, productive, enlightening, some major questions answered, but not all. We all know there's still a few demons hiding in these closets, inevitable. Hiding hell, most of my demons are walking around in the daylight. Seems impossible, but 100% true.

Give this sweet lady a hand by reading her blog. Someone out here has something to share, and there are more people than just sweet Frangi listening.
Egg donationwould you, could you, have you Go Read it!

Now back to your normal midnight ramblings:

I'm going to post my responce to the post here as the first responce but please leave your comments/help for Frangi, unless it's directly for me. Oh shut-up, you know what I'm trying to say.

I knew it was going to be a strange night. I've been having weird dreams. Quess it's my turn to get on that fun woody, rattling up the rails, lift that bar, or strap me in, wood or metal, either way I win. To hell with the coasting, let's just roll!!

{=}LeeAnn



Kisses,
LA


hunterpt 56M  
13503 posts
2/12/2016 6:24 am

Very sexy photo. Kisses


SingleNLooking72 107F

9/11/2006 7:45 am

Girl, you're so sweet. Love ya to death. I almost cried, in front of Luigi, over your offer Sat. You know how much I've worried that might be an issue. It's a huge load off to have that as an option. Now, I'm assuming this post brought that issue up.

When the time is right, I'll share your offer with him. I know that when you decide you want to do that, finding somebody is the hardest part.

You're an amazing woman. I am lucky as hell to have you as my g/f.

Love ya gal!
Mz LJ"*


frangipanigal 46F
10406 posts
9/9/2006 5:57 pm

Thank you sweet heart for your link but much much more for your response.

I think we have more in common than even we know!!

Frangi xx

P.S. Those curtains look familiar...ATL perhaps? hehe!!


Djeeper1987 48M

9/9/2006 3:07 pm

What about sperm donation? I am sure that does not count entirely. However donating a part of you and in turn creating life is something not to take granted for.
Very touching post.

Now my pretty one sleeeeppppp sleeeepppppppppppppppppppp

Carpe Diem


PurplePeach72 45F  
9199 posts
9/9/2006 7:58 am

Hmmm watch for more updates Lots of things here, she is sleeping now. We have a date tonight and lets just say we are just going to rock and roll and hmmm forget coasting, oh that was coaster,...lol...oh well... The nice thing about getting those demons in the daylight is we can you and we are coming for you. It has been an amazing few weeks. And everyday is more amazing. And after she wakes up and Maggie is off to spend the day and night with her "gramma" we will have a day of discover and fun. That should prob be rediscovery. And she might just have a really interesting post to follow up for her weekend report Both deep and wild.
I do so love that wonderful woman, both of our demons and all.
Steve

colcouple4f00

Kisses,
LA


PurplePeach72 45F  
9199 posts
9/9/2006 1:42 am

Dear Frangi,
Very deep and thought provoking post. I have had very similar thoughts myself. I can't speak from experience about donating eggs but I am a birthmother. I've also had miscarriages, and an abortion once. I gave my daughter up in an open adoption over 12 years ago. I picked her parents, they were with me through out the pregnancy, I've had photos, letters on a regular basis all her life. She knows who I am. Her parents are wonderful people, they were just ending IVF treatments when I choose them for Moranda's parents. I donated alot more than just one half of the DNA needed for them to have a child. They also have a biological daughter, she is 6months younger, to the day than Moranda. I always knew that I made the right decision, I have no regrets.
Steve has 2 grown sons, 27 & 25. Scott the 25 year old, has a daughter, Haylee [Yes that makes me a Nona(Italian for Grandmother)]. She's 1 day shy of being 9 months younger than Maggie. Steve and I have Maggie. She and Little Frangi are of a similar age I think, close? Maggie'll be 4 in January. She wants little brothers and sisters too. She has older brothers but she knows the difference and loves babies. I've accepted that Steve doesn't want to have anymore children. So my thoughts have naturally traveled in this direction.
I can say without a doubt that I would do it now under the right circumstances, knowing that there are some physical side-effects, and fully aware of the emotional trauma of giving up a piece of yourself, willingly or other wise it is a horror, that is only eclipsed by the joy it will bring, in time. I just turned 34 in July, and like you, I hear that clock ticking, I hear women my age weeping because they did what the "good girls" do. They waited. I hear the debate and wish I could say I was more informed about it but I'm not.
Hence the admonition of being sure that your own family is complete before you proceed. I don't know that I could do that or anything more again, without the self assurance that I have all the children I want.
It's definitely a big demon for me.
I'll certainly link your post to my Blog. Big hugs. Wish you were here to have a drink with me and talk. Take care.
Love,
LeeAnn

Kisses,
LA


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