For those that don't know me, I am the Poop Queen of DS. We started some stupid joke thing and I got the title. I have been through a pretty rough time lately and was going to leave. I received so many wonderful hugs and messages but the one that got me this morning was Poop. I met one particular friend because he had a "smokin' cool" sense of humor. When his humor stopped I began sending him stupid comments and hugs. He eventually responded. He withdrew from his humor, I believe because of a comment by one person. He posted a joke and someone took offense. I personally, thought the joke was hilarious. One person did not. I received a message from my friend who told me how much my stupid hugs and messages meant to him. WOW moment for me. So I sent him a hug that simply said "Poop". Sometimes I think I don't have anything to contribute and he proved me wrong. My ONE stupid word, made his day. ONE word, ONE person can make a difference. It can truly make or break someone. Remember that in what we say to each other here. I am going to hang around DS, just may be a little quieter for a bit. Got some more healing to do. But I thank you each from the bottom of my heart. Peaceful thoughts, positive energy and love. Amy
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