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  • Well, I am here to read some of what makes you tick. 🙂 First of all, I have the same feelings you have, just not at the same object. As a gay male, my interest is directed toward men, not women but other than that, it is a large part of my thought process.

    However, poly relationships are something that I guess you could say I am afraid of.…[Read more]

  • Very good take on what thoughts feel like. I would also say a nice oasis from some of the stress in other sites.

  • very pretty….I love the blue.

  • Robert, I will try to get over and read some of your posts about your situation, but not at this moment. So forgive me if i forget and fail to do so. I can’t right now because it is almost 6AM and I just check to add another blog, of another video that I thought was worth sharing.

    Anyway, the part that appealed to me in this video is that the…[Read more]

  • Here is another really moving youtube video put out by Omeleto. I am not going to make any comments, but listen to the video and think about why it is meaningful and any issues that come up. Yes, this is another […]

  • Ok, I am kind of stealing from someone who usually posts from this particular youtube channel on another site.  When she started using Omeleto I thought at first that it was all cartoon-type animation and while […]

    • Wow. What a good story!!! Leftthoughts, what about this story appealed to you? In my younger days, with my late-wife was alive, I had a few affairs. I am writing a novel, “The Merging” which is about one of those affairs (posting here although I am not sure its read). Yes, I loved the woman in the novel (met her here on thoughts.com) and it never seemed as bad as the “righteous judgment” about my affairs seemed to imply. My younger daughter and I have made peace about “the affairs”; she had trouble getting along with her mom so there is some sympathy. My older daughter and me can’t have that talk or understanding, at least not yet. My wife now knows I think of myself as poly and is okay with it … whole different story. Pardon the random comment; I feel like I should erase it and start over, but perhaps you can see the impact of this video on me more if I just leave this rambling mess of a comment. thank you for the post.

      Rrro (Robert)

      • Robert, I will try to get over and read some of your posts about your situation, but not at this moment. So forgive me if i forget and fail to do so. I can’t right now because it is almost 6AM and I just check to add another blog, of another video that I thought was worth sharing.

        Anyway, the part that appealed to me in this video is that the girl was in pain because after her mother died, her step-father, who apparently she had grown to love, disappeared from her life. Meanwhile, the stepfather thought about her, and missed her, but for whatever reason, he didn’t feel up to getting back in touch with her. Now, I am not sure right now, although watching again would likely remind me of what actually happen with the girl in terms of what her mothers death and her step father leaving resulted in, whether she went to a foster home or to grandparents, or maybe it doesn’t clarify.

        The point I working up is that now they have an opportunity to talk those issues out, and perhaps even build a relationship and both “get some healing of past trauma” as a result. I just found it a very poignant and moving story.

  • Which of course, i rarely do myself.

  • yeah, we gotta play it cool, man.

  • There are lots of these type movies and series around. It is funny how I react with fear one time, and the next time something just as scary seeming on the surface doesn’t even made me gasp once. I don’t usually chose to watch things that are supposed be scary thought, most of the time.

  • considering it….I think the group was called somethng like 1-2-3 ??

  • I haven’t looked into my family tree and when my mother was still alive, she could never go back more than 2 generations before the names started blurring or being unknown. But there is site where for about 130.00 or so, they are supported to be able to accept a blood sample and see who all else has been tested that is related to you. I have…[Read more]

  • funny how some things just pop up, get really popular and nobody really remembers the original author.

  • Thanks, James. I am glad we finally got your comment up here so I can respond. Very glad you like. Actually a Christian song “Amazing Grace” is I think my very favorite song for bagpipes, but this one is wonderful too.

    We never truly lose our roots, I don’t think, any of us.

  • yes, and before that there were some that seemed to “need” to pick on persons in real life (there still are now). I don’t know why that is, but it exists.

  • I have always been told that my heritage is Scotch-Irish.  I don’t know about that, I suspect I am a heins 57 mongrel, but let’s say that the Scotch and Irish cultures has a certain fascination for me.  I l […]

    • Hi Friend 🤗
      YEARS ago….early 2000’s I went to see the Irish Tenors in concert and fell in love with Ronin Tynan ❤️ It is one of my most favorite concerts I have attended. They all sang so beautifully and they would joke around between songs. So funny. And when they sang Danny Boy there was not a dry eye in the crowd. I will try and post a short video of them at the end of this post.

      We use to have a few Scots and Irish who posted with us. The Scotsmen would get wild and unruly so they would have to keep them apart 😁 (Teasing of course) Mr. Bradly still post with us.
      We had a poster who was half Scots and was born in Canada and learned to play Bagpipes because it was what they did over there.I guess you would call them culture classes of sorts. He learned Bagpipes and he was about to start the Gaelic classes but he didn’t complete them for some reason. I can’t remember the reason.
      Anyhow…..you should look into your family tree.

      Irish Tenors💜

      • I haven’t looked into my family tree and when my mother was still alive, she could never go back more than 2 generations before the names started blurring or being unknown. But there is site where for about 130.00 or so, they are supported to be able to accept a blood sample and see who all else has been tested that is related to you. I have been thinking about trying that.

        And the singing of the tenors was good also.

    • As this song is so widely known and enjoyed by many, I find the fact that no one knows who actually wrote the music (lyrics came after the fact) more fascinating than the song itself.

      • funny how some things just pop up, get really popular and nobody really remembers the original author.

    • Thanks, James. I am glad we finally got your comment up here so I can respond. Very glad you like. Actually a Christian song “Amazing Grace” is I think my very favorite song for bagpipes, but this one is wonderful too.

      We never truly lose our roots, I don’t think, any of us.

  • I know you have heard about some of the stuff going on in the United States. Looking at what has happened here, and hearing this episode of “nastiness online”,I am not at all sure that some of these people wouldn’t do the same thing in a face to face setting, which makes me even more delighted that I don’t know them and likely will never see…[Read more]

  • Beautiful tree, and good poem. I did some poetry at one time for a site that had competitions, sort of, in writing poems or stories based on a word or picture (both kinds) and know how hard it is sometimes to come up with one that works.
    Good work, Jules.

  • Yeah, now THAT would be super cool. 🙂

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