Eliminate pride and anger from your emotional repetoir. Without these destructive, love-busting emotions, you'll be far more capable of establishing communication skills that will bind you together through the great times and the not-so-great.
Fresno being what I fondly refer to as the "armpit of California" LOL... Things are fabulous here. My husband and I are among the very lucky who have managed through the grace of God to keep our jobs through these difficult economic times. Believe me when I say I thank God every morning during my drive to work for being our provider. My daughter is also among the blessed in that she was able to get another job quickly after having lost her previous one.
My husband and I have gotten involved in motorcycle riding recently and are having an amazing time with a group of great people that treat even new-comers like family. We spent all day Saturday riding with stop offs at a bike rally, then at Shari's Roadhouse in Auberry. There is no feeling quite like pulling into a place and seeing easily 50-60 other motorcycles already parked there. Lots of shiny things to keep me occupied!
I'm finishing my lunch hour at work and have to get back to it (I manage the parts department for a helicopter company at the Fresno Airport) before my guys start revolting. Thanks for the friend request and I too look forward to getting to know you better as well.
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