Posted by DaveH (22.214.171.124) on January 12, 2002 at 13:59:29:
Well 2001 is behind us now and we have all started into 2002. For some the new year has brought good tidings and for others it has not been as good.
I see we were not able to leave the IDIOT behind us that wants to imitate everyone but that to shall soon pass as did the 2001 year.
It is good to see family and friends still here that can make us smile and share a shoulder to cry on when in need. They give us a good kick in the ass when needed as well. For this I am truely honored to be a part of this family.
For me 2002 has brought a tidle wave of good fortune. I have removed the largest stress level of all from my life and brought joy and wonder into it. The ex wife is gone and Leesa is with me in Connecticut. I could not be any happier then I am now.
I have the HSG chat and this site to thank for that. I have several friends that helped Leesa and I through some very tough times (and you know who you are) and to them I want to say thank you to each one. I wont say names because of the fact that there is a certian person on here that is playing snitch to the ex and I do not want you to get in the middle of my battle.
Like I said in the beginning.....out with the old....the ex is gone and soon to be forgotten....and in with the new...Leesa, I LOVE YOU and want to spend the rest of my life with you.
I know there are several others on this board and in MSG that are starting relationships with each other and I wish you the very best of luck. I hope that your dreams and desires are soon fulfilled and as bountiful as mine and Leesa's.
If you want something bad enough you will fight to get it.
If you love someone enough, you will do anything it takes to make that love a reality.
If you reach out and someone grabs your hand to help you get to your goal. Hold onto them and show them how much you appreaciate them and love them so that they never want to look anywhere else.
If you want the love to last you have to be willing to deal with the pain of getting there as well.
No one ever promised it would be an easy road. But the joy and happiness at the end of that narrow, steep hill are bountyfull and worth every cut, scrape, headache, and ounce of pain. FIGHT FOR WHAT YOU KNOW IS RIGHT!
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