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      Tuesday, August 23, 2016

05:35 PM - 08/23/2016

The topic: Well, at this point


I have twenty-two months to go. Today (so far - the day isn't over) I did fourteen months. I did all of 2008. It was rough, that's the year my mom died.

I didn't read the entries completely, but did skim over them. I was a lot more forgiving back then, it seems, because now thinking about her brings to mind how much more she cared about beer than me. I cried a little. It wasn't fun, it was hard to do, but 2008 on up is fixed. I've got two months of 2006 done. What's left is March 2006 through December 2007.

Tonight, I will take a Benedryl before bed so maybe I can sleep. The mosquitoes are not my friends. My blood keeps them living, but I wish I could take something that when the mosquitoes started sucking my life's blood from me, would be poisoned and die. Last night, at one thirty in the morning, I was online over at Amazon looking for something to repel them.

I need sleep.

And I want this weblog fixed.

IDK if it will work for you, but when I take Vit B and garlic, they don’t bother me. But I take specific ones from my chiro. Joe doesn’t, they eat him up.

I’ve also heard its how much you sweat, he does, I don’t. But I also use a specific deo too.

Posted by BSC @ Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 1:58:21 AM

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