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Things I’m Afraid My Cats Will Someday Say To Me

img_0242.pngI don’t talk to my cats, because I’m not a crazy cat lady.  Okay, I do talk to my cats, but I’m still not a crazy cat lady because they don’t answer me.  In English.  Yet.  I worry that someday they will, though, and here are some of the things I’m afraid they might say to me:

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From Yazzeus

People come and go, this is how life is.
And I felt loved, with you, and everyone else
but you were my favorite temporary feeling.

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Trust Levels

I’m working on a follow-up to this post, including some personal real-world examples 😉

Just One Take

I used to think that trust was like and “on/off” switch – either I trusted someone or I didn’t. But that doesn’t have to be the case. I learned a better way and I hope this post can help someone find a better way for themselves.

There are levels to trust. For example, you can trust most people to not shoot you in line at the grocery store. However, that doesn’t mean you hand them your wallet, keys, and the passcode to your accounts. There are stages you need to put people through as you determine where they fit in your life and level of trust.

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You Belong to Me on YouTube

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Rob Port the Pioneer

robportI first met Rob Port back in 2008 when he and I were simultaneously reporting on issues in our local and state public policy ranging from private property rights and fiscal responsibility to government transparency. He was a blogger and his website called SayAnything was just getting off the ground. At the time, he also did a weekly webcast from what looked to be a spare room in his basement or apartment. The Gadsden flag, hanging in the background with the words “DONT TREAD ON ME” printed in black ink on a yellow field.

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A post by Bella

Hello  dear readers! I am so grateful and deserving of this opportunity to finally address you as I dictate my words to the human. She is quite a good typist, but I am certain that if I had thumbs I would be much faster. I am faster than her at nearly everything – faster at falling asleep, faster at finishing my kibble, and faster at doing our respective morning routines.

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Self-Portrait of a Husband

Warning… moderately graphic graffiti and text messages ahead.

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Letter to my husband

Dear Richard,

You’ve always been a coward. I didn’t see it for so long because I loved you. Though I love you still, the rose-colored glasses have been removed and I see you for what you are.

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You are a coward. You were a coward before I met you. And you are a coward still. You told me yourself that you stayed on SSI/Disability long after you had any need of it – that staying on it was your “security blanket.” When I needed you most to speak for me, you stayed silent. When I needed you to notice me and the work I was doing, you ignored me. You belittled me. You marginalized me. And when I was struggling after running out of medication, you not only failed to notice – you left. You abandoned me in my most desperate hour. And you’ve abandoned me every day, every hour, every minute since then.

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Happy Anniversary Richard!

I would like to wish my husband a happy anniversary! It was one year ago today he revealed to me the lie that our marriage had been built upon.

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