**The Great Escape - LEAVING INDIANA**I don't want to get to excited yet because there is still much that needs to come together before we'll be able to pull this off. -IF- we manage to pull this off. And there are things I am worried about should this happen; like me having to drive Dutchess; the very same bronco I drove for a decade and had to sign over to my husband because I can not get up in it or sit in it for long due to my conditions. I would -have- to drive Dutchess all the way there. Not to mention the dog negotiations have been a bit worrisome, and our lack of any fall back (or gas and uhaul money) and the hardest having to leave the wolves and *Selenomancy behind...my instincts scream to leave, but as usual, nothing comes to us without much sacrifice...and there is still the matter of vehicle repairs to ensue we even make it there in the first place. x.x We're not giving up, but the reality of this can not be ignored. If we don't find help, this won't happen.
It's not certain if we will be
OPERATION DONATION - ROADBLOCK NO-GOThings, as usual, are adding up against us being able to harness this opportunity and finally leave Indiana after so many years of pain and bulls**t here.
Last week, my husband was in a rear-end accident on this way home from work. The accident folded up the drivers side portion on his rear bumper and the front end of the mini-van that hit him pretty much fell off. He was not at fault and drove the bronco home and has been going to and from work with it every day since. Well, the other guys insurance wants to look at the damage and POSSIBLY TOTAL OUT HIS TRUCK BECAUSE IT IS "TO OLD" TO WARRENT THE COST OF A NEW BUMPER. The bronco is a 1986 and is a working; running and driving vehicle. Even if he accepts the money should they decide this, it is still a bunch of bulls**t. Granted, to replace my front bumper on the Interceptor would have cost $800+ dollars and she is fiberglass and his bronco is metal, but still. On perncible alone this is a stupid way to work things. It's a perfectly go
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I have been having a very difficult time since Mala passed away. The 16th of this month marked 3 months without her. She was my world and was everything that was beautiful and trustworthy and just within it. She was much more than a best friend and she saved my life multiple times. Something in me died and left this world with her when she did and I will always have this stinging ache in my heart, my soul and my life now that she's gone. But seeing these this morning made me cry; truly, and while I am reminded of what I no longer have in my life, I am also reminded of everything she taught me in this life and the things she touched while she was a part of it.
Thank you; from the deepest parts of me.
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...She's Gone...Mala McKean
November 11, 1999 - March 16, 2012
You will always be my best friend.
You taught me so much.
You made me a better being.
You saved my life more then once.
You stopped a man from breaking in when I was home alone.
You found Kirby and taught him to talk and to obey boundaries even without a fence.
You will always be the most beautiful Angel I have ever or will ever know.
The bond we shared, and still share will forever be a strength beyond definition.
One in a million doesn't come close.
Once in a lifetime is closer.
You were my grounding force in life; my confidant, my friend.
You gave my soul purpose and reason.
You showed me that there still was beauty in this world.
You taught me the joys of a quiet night watching the stars.
You were, and always will be, my everything.
You taught me true, deep, unbiased love.
I love you; in ways words will never describe.
You were, and are and always will be my everything.
Goodbye, my sweet, sweet love.
I will run with you in dreams until
...remembering...having a really bad case of the "missing Mala"s this morning...so...between the crying, have some of our memories from over a decade of love undefinable in this world...
I was the ONLY one she would let lay on her and hug her and...I shared the most magical moment of my life with her...a fluke occurrence cast the Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) strong enough to be seen from Indiana...her and I sat on a grassy hill just watching it...the only time in my life to have seen them in person...and I couldn't imagine having shared those moments with anyone else...
I miss you so much...so very, very much...I'm just so...so...heartbroken without you...I think I know how twin siblings feel; that "other connection" they are so mysterious and famous for...so very much of me is gone without her...I feel her in many things...all things...and it hurts so much...
Sorry for the photo spam...and if you're getting tired of hearing about Mala, then I'm sorry too...but it's all I've got...I have no fam
Never forgotten, baby girl. You touched more lives than you know.