July 24th, 2001

Author Unknown

I saw a young mother
With eyes full of laughter
And two little shadows
Came following after.
Wherever she moved,
They were always right there
Holding onto her skirts,
Hanging onto her chair.
Before her, behind her-
An adhesive pair.
"Don't you ever get weary
As, day after day,
Your two little tagalongs
Get in your way?
She smiled as she shook
Her pretty young head,
And I'll always remember
The words that she said
"It's good to have shadows
That run when you run,
That laugh when you're happy
And hum when you hum -
For you only have shadows
When your life's filled with sun."
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Hey, I wanted to thank everyone for there welcome and comment it helped alot. I would have e-mailed individual comments but when I tried got them back. I am sooo computer illiterate. I need to work on that when I become an RN I will not be able to get away with that(sigh). Any way I am reading this book about KEVIN COE this guy raped alot of people in the spokane area. Any way they define a psycopath and low and behold my ex fits all of them and this one is him to tee "Since he is freed of inhibitions, his impulses are said immediately to spill over into action. He takes what he wants when he wants it. He may lie glibly and show little if any embarrassment when caught out. The classic psychopath leaves a trail of misery,fight, fraud, running up debts; he may abandon his wife and children, perhaps returning now and then if he feels like it, or leave a job without notice, or suddenly, for no reason, begin to perform so poorly or dishonestly that the company fires him. Alan Harrington,Psychopaths (Son by Jack Olsen page115)". Anyway I am not kidding this is my ex. I was in to debt up to our ears and ne always quit every job he ever had with no notice or a good reason. He feels no obligation or loyalty to any one or thing. I guess he is actually a sociopath. Same diff. Oh that is do 80's (Same Diff.) I try not to date myself to badly:) Back to my house cleaning.
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