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  1. My sweet Ann, I know the feeling well. I am thinking of you and sending love. You need a hug, warm blankets, comfort food, laughter. I hope you are able to find some respite from your sadness. Is it weird to ask if you can spend a little time with your mother?

  2. Cheer up and get some sleep….things are always better in the morning 🙂

    I cant think of anything else to say….my brain is fried at the moment. Up for 23 hrs straight, most of it working. Just crawled into bed and my pillow is my best friend haha

  3. I just blogged about my own loneliness a few days ago (and observing all the other lonely people out there). It’s painful.

    I wish you a very happy day today with people that remind you that you are loved. Because you are. <3

  4. Ah… that makes two of us, no, apparently 3, wait: 4, 5, 6… pfff I can’t count any more, too many comments!
    I remember that feeling all too well from last year! Big Hugs.
    XO

    • Thank you Ray… I don’t usually post stuff that’s so provocative (to use it in its other meaning) and vague, but it was all I could say and knew I wouldn’t have it in me to write something else today.

    • Thank you 🙂

      I’m usually pretty damn cheery. I struggled with depression before only because my ex suffered from it. But being in transition and still finding my way back from all the things I let go during my marriage still bother me now and then. Especially when I had three cancellations this week.

  5. How bout a virtual hug? Not nearly good enough I know. Wish there was more to offer than words of comfort. I’m positive you’ll turn this blue feeling into something warm and wonderful soon. You’re a really beautiful woman who deserves to be happy, healthy, loved and satisfied.

  6. Hold tight. It’ll pass. It always does. Always, always, always. It’s the great ebb and flow. Happiness, loneliness, angst, peace–there are no constants. Don’t disparage the dark nights and don’t hold too tightly to the joy. The river flows, baby.

  7. Ann, if I could, I would be there in a second to listen and talk. I wish that there was something I could do, sweetie!

      • I thought of you a bit ago looking for a bottle of Proseco..they didnt have it at the liquor store I stopped in over my lunch. I have yet to have it, but it appears you are correlated in my mind with it!

          • I drink reds usually but my sister asked me to bring wine that her mother in law would like for Christmas so I thought it would be a nice festive one…apparently she does not drink red.

          • Ah… proscecco (italy sparkling) or cava (spanish sparkling) is a good choice. You could also buy Chandon, which is the California version of Moet & Chandon and still made in the traditional champagne style but costs way less. They all have slightly different tastes.

            You may not know this, but sparking wine is a great match for Turkey.

            And here’s a bit of trivia for you – there are always the same number of twists to the metal casing that goes over the cork – six.

  8. Sometimes, when one whishes it, loneliness is pretty good, not if that’s something not searched.
    Anyway, loneliness cannot touch so much time a smart a sexy person like you 😉

  9. Christmas is a shit time for so many people. I’ve spent more than a few very drunk and very alone. This time in my life passed, I just had to wait it out. I wish I had some pearl of wisdom to help ease your pain but, really, that’s all I got.

    • Thank you John. I’m usually not triggered by the holidays (other than in the past being irritated that my spouse wasn’t as social as I) but there was a culmination of a bunch of shit and sitting at home alone (my son is at his Dad’s) was too much for me…

      thank you for the kind words 🙂

  10. This a small consolation to your loins, Ann… but you’re far from alone.
    You’re adored by your legion of fans/friends.
    Especially one in Niagara Falls…

    • “Small consolation to your loins” is probably one of the more memorable phrases I’ve seen in my comments 🙂

      My loins are always lonely (back to that “want it all the time” thing)… but what made me lonely this week was my heart and soul.

      It’s temporary, I do know this. As you know I’m usually pretty damn upbeat and happy but occasionally I feel the results of the choices I made in the last 15 years as it relates to friends…and that makes me sad.

  11. Ann, I’ve been off line for a few days, and opened up my reader and saw this. It just ripped my heart out. I hope you are feeling better. ((hugs))

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