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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:39 am

Im proud of My Son Keo,and what He is doing with his Life.This week hes away in queensland,at a Music festival.............shit,cant get a pic up!lol...help!
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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 2:45 am

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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:06 am

exciting stuff ehhh.............
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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:11 am

Choir Group.............
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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:17 am

Mums are so proud Ehhh!!!...............
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Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:20 am

amazing,
when you ask for help
and provide a space in your thinking mind,
the solution-flows again,
and you just have yourself
to thank!

lol
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Re: Keo

Post by claire_sky on Mon Jun 08, 2009 3:32 am

Lovely pics greasemonkey, your son the musician at such a young age? Brilliant stuff.

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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Mon Jun 08, 2009 4:00 am

thank you Claire.

What age did you start to venture
into expressing your own music?
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Re: Keo

Post by peterpam on Sat Jun 13, 2009 7:13 am

Oh he's just lovely and doing so well. Well done. Gives me warm fuzzies.

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Re: Keo

Post by greasemonkey on Sat Jun 13, 2009 7:28 am

thank you, Pnp
I needed that,
so cold i am,
an fragile.

it makes me cry to see how the children
are doing,without much of a Father.

mmm,
feeling sorry for myself I am.
thinks,
will turn-in and warm myself
from of the gas-fire.
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Post by peterpam on Sat Jun 13, 2009 9:52 am

OK Gm, I'm sorry, but I just have to say this, (shakes the heck out of gm, cos i'm good at that), lol, what the hell are you talking about, you are awesome. I watch your posts, maybe not always commenting, but am in awe of how you are such an inspiration to all. Your children must be sooo proud of you. If you cry, cry because you are who you are, and you are such an amazing positive influence on your children. You know what, before I lived with my partner who suffered from depression, I was only half the person I am now. That is the best thing I can thank him for. Hugs to you

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Post by greasemonkey on Sun Jun 14, 2009 3:19 am

thank you much for your honest feedback
without-which i would become the cold
i were retreating from.

'before I lived with my partner who suffered from depression, I was only half the person I am now.'

Obviously you have survived by caring for your partner.I am exploring the negative aspect of co-dependancy so as both my partner and I can blossom as individuals, whilst retaining the healthy aspects of relationship.
I figure you too will have much input about retaining oneself whilst being here for the other.
Life's a fascinating journey,
full of paradoxical-potholes which go to deepen my view of Life
and what I can make of it along the way!
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Post by peterpam on Sun Jun 14, 2009 6:59 am

Just snuck in to see how you are today GM, hope I didn't shake you too much. Thank you for allowing me to give you my honest opinion. Life is a fasinating journey and even with every pothole, if you look, you can learn something positive from the experience. You know, even the most devastating experiences in our lives, are lessons on how to move on and be a better, more open person. A death can teach courage, a separation can teach strenght. As you say this is a journey and a fasinating one, we just need to be open to the lessons along the way. For me whenever something bad happens in my life I look for the lesson and maybe just maybe, along the way I may become whole.

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Post by greasemonkey on Sun Jun 14, 2009 7:43 am

a wise attitude quickens the lessons,true.
Thank you for thinking about me
as i also think about Others.
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Post by peterpam on Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:11 am

You are so welcome. Can I just share, you are so deep, fasinating (a good thing), but sometimes I think you must just about turn yourself inside out. lol. Hugs to you and yours. Iam sooo proud of you.

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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Sun Jun 14, 2009 8:26 am

hey wow your keo rocks!!!!

good for you!!

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Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:14 am

peterpam wrote:You are so welcome. Can I just share, you are so deep, fasinating (a good thing), but sometimes I think you must just about turn yourself inside out. lol. Hugs to you and yours. Iam sooo proud of you.

Thank you once more peterpam.
Your perception is accurate.
May i ask,
'are you the Female peterpan or one-part of a Relationship
with love at its heart'?

It pleases me to find you here
as Ive been thinking of calling it quits
and removing myself from this message board.
I guess its a matter of time for Me
seeing How things PAN-out
as i give of myself
truelly.

You care,
so i will be here alittle longer.
What I am doing NOW though is settling back into the odd threads I've started
and no-longer will i flit about as Pans-Fairy does,
when over endowed in dust.

Souls are fine by Me;minds need healing thats why I choose here.

Whilst I have your attention fixed here,(writers license)
do you think that PM's
may keep the airways clearer?
I do prefer to speak-out publicly as i do
as by doing so strength of awareness
can be earned.

Your idea Idea of turning inside-out
were one i wrote a poem about
many years ago,
when i were investigating
'what the statement,I am' is supposed to mean.
I must try to find-it;Thinks,Loving Partner has hidden it away
in a shared journel we began writing
when i brought her to NZ
to meet my Mother.
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Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:15 am

mylife wrote:hey wow your keo rocks!!!!

good for you!!

Having off-spring is also
painful MyLife.
It is true,we cannot have one without the other.
Life is BOTH!
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Post by Guest on Tue Jun 16, 2009 3:37 am

Aww I'm loving the fuzzies in this thread. We have a lot of awesome people here, and I'm proud to know you all Smile

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Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:22 am

jaffakiwi wrote:Aww I'm loving the fuzzies in this thread. We have a lot of awesome people here, and I'm proud to know you all Smile

welcome Jaffa,
enjoy all you want.
The world is a wonderfull place
when you find it
clear of agenda.
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Post by Guest on Tue Jun 16, 2009 5:35 am

how old is keo?

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Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 6:47 am

[quote="mylife"]how old is keo?[/quote

he is young not old!
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Post by peterpam on Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:17 am

Interesting question Gm. I am the female part, but maybe I am both. I am one part, but then again, my ex partner was very similar and even through he is ex, I still have him close at heart, (does that make sence)?

As far as PM's, they have their place, however writing publicly. helps to heal others, sometimes more than ones-self

"I am" my interpretation would be an awareness of ones self, but would love to know others thoughts. Would love to hear your poem, if ever you find it.

As far as you leaving this message board, you would be missed by many I am sure. Hang around kid, you never know whats round the corner, what lessons are to be learned, what wisdom you may pass on.

And last but not least, thank goodness your loveing partner loved your mother.

Best wishes my friend, we all care

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Re: Keo

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 16, 2009 9:22 am

alright then mr gm HOW YOUNG IS KEO??

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Post by greasemonkey on Tue Jun 16, 2009 1:27 pm

peterpam wrote:Interesting question Gm. I am the female part, but maybe I am both. I take it your ex is still alive?I am one part, but then again, my ex partner was very similar and even through he is ex, I still have him close at heart, (does that make sence)?....You seem well balanced.I suspect you are soul-concious.As far as PM's, they have their place, however writing publicly. helps to heal others, sometimes more than ones-self....YES!possibly so;one never knows for sure untill someone speaks out

"I am" my interpretation would be an awareness of ones self, but would love to know others thoughts. Would love to hear your poem, if ever you find it.I will find it and set it here for you.

As far as you leaving this message board, you would be missed by many I am sure. Hang around kid, you never know whats round the corner, what lessons are to be learned, what wisdom you may pass on.
I feel I have already withdrawn considerably,what with the writers Club experience today.
Everyone is despensible,life is continually re-creating over an over,conciousness is perfecting itself
through evolution,moment to moment!



And last but not least, thank goodness your loveing partner loved your mother.

LOL,it were fascinating observing Mother struggling with a greater-love
than she'd known before;as mothers have to do,if they want to keep their Sons.
Adjustment is first realised as anxiety,and if one has the correct-attitude one can grow gracefully through the grey-years also!My Mom were young in heart,and was quite able to adjust to another daughter.
Best wishes my friend, we all care


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