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    Hope everyone is having a great week!

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    holy crap Gypsy you are one busy bee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahila View Post
    holy crap Gypsy you are one busy bee
    I have been quite productive. But I've been trying to organise my house for about a year and all I do is move stuff from one room to another! I'm actually getting rid of things now. My dad's even coming to help me get rid of big things

    Or you mean busy on here? Yeah.. I don't have anyone to talk to lol. Well I do, but they annoy me so I'd rather talk to myself heeeee
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    the only way I can organize is to get rid of a lot of things, Every year I get rid of new clothes or shoes I had never wear , I have a lot of it. it is not easy task Gypsy
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahila View Post
    the only way I can organize is to get rid of a lot of things, Every year I get rid of new clothes or shoes I had never wear , I have a lot of it. it is not easy task Gypsy
    Clothes are my biggest nightmare in this. I spend half my life looking for things.. Just then I had to search for a pair of jeans and I'm thinking "it's a pair of jeans, not car keys, how does a pair of jeans just disappear?!" I found them but now when I have to get ready I'm already aggravated. I don't think I ever learnt how to organise clothes and I'm like a 15yo. I just take things off, throw them in a basket (I have baskets everywhere because it makes me feel organised but I'm not), then the next day I want to wear something completely different. So yes, clothes are gradually going in the bin.

    How is your doctor situation? Have they eased restrictions there? They have here, but my doctor isn't seeing patients yet. I don't actually want him to because the telehealth system is so much easier hehe.

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    OOOO the pharmacy called my doctor for prescription for epipen, and miracle occured he had read my email and send the prescription for a small dose of calsium blocker and it does the trick my blood pressure is down. It makes me happy cause i was suffering, he said that if I wanted to see him he can make an app for me, but honestly I do not want to see any doc, they are needed for script only )
    With the clothes I am like you. You remember when I want to Poland and seen the closets of my sister in law. Jeezzzzzzzzzzz I wish I had someone to put my clothes in order. Gypsy I do not even know what I have . I have a lot I finally got read of sentimental value clothes ; that's make me laugh but I am bonded with some items. My messiness drives me crazy, Not kidding. The only place I am organized and know where is everything is my workshop. That my precious space )
    Do not feel bad, messy people are very creative
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dahila View Post
    OOOO the pharmacy called my doctor for prescription for epipen, and miracle occured he had read my email and send the prescription for a small dose of calsium blocker and it does the trick my blood pressure is down. It makes me happy cause i was suffering, he said that if I wanted to see him he can make an app for me, but honestly I do not want to see any doc, they are needed for script only )
    With the clothes I am like you. You remember when I want to Poland and seen the closets of my sister in law. Jeezzzzzzzzzzz I wish I had someone to put my clothes in order. Gypsy I do not even know what I have . I have a lot I finally got read of sentimental value clothes ; that's make me laugh but I am bonded with some items. My messiness drives me crazy, Not kidding. The only place I am organized and know where is everything is my workshop. That my precious space )
    Do not feel bad, messy people are very creative
    Good! Last year I got really fed up with the healthcare system -- my Psych retired in 2018, then my GP went on long service leave in 2019, and generally they're privatising more and more services here. I was so annoyed I decided I could go without doctors altogether. I managed about 6 months but it was harder than I thought. Then with Covid my health anxiety got really bad (not over the virus itself, just feeling like I couldn't get help for other things if I needed it). I feel a lot better since being in touch with my old GP.. No new Psychiatrist because they're too expensive and even Psychologists are getting hard to see, but I think I can do without. But yeah, as awful as doctors are, they're better than nothing.


    Self.. I have Suff cat Photos are another thing I need to organise. My collection now stands at around 1300 (that's with me deleting stuff as I go) in no particular order.




    Also, last year when all I did for a few months was watch YouTube videos I went through a phase of watching funny cats and dogs. This guy and his cat made me laugh the most:

    https://youtu.be/cG_NB2cQnGU

    https://youtu.be/wCfa0IbyVrE
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    Hot and sweaty and anxious. Telehealth appointment with doctor on Friday, hopefully get some relief. With the state the planet's in I figure I'm at least going to make myself as comfortable as possible.

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    Also, do you know doctors know next to nothing about perimenopause? Including gynacologists and endocrinologists. Not because they're stupid but because THE RESEARCH HASN'T BEEN DONE. I've seen both types of specialists and two GPs about this and they all say the same thing -- you're menopausal when you haven't had a period in a year or more. So apparently women go from fertile to menopausal overnight. Try about 5 years (?) in my case and still going. Yep, it's awesome being a woman over 40.

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    Gypsy, has Aus had any protests related to what happened in the US?

    Seeing everything on the TV made me decide to start my own campaign for justice. Heeeeee.
    Last edited by the_self_of_all_selves; 06-03-2020 at 02:06 PM.
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