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Bruja626

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  • Birthday 06/26/1975

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  1. I am on my second marriage. I married my best friend at 26. We grew up together so it seemed like the right thing to do. He was in the Army and out of the three years we were married we were actually together for six months (he was a first Sgt. and always on deployment because of the Iraqi war). I went through so much while he was away. At the time we were new to where he was stationed. I had no friends, no drivers license, and I lost my dad and could not go to his f**eral because we lived over a thousand miles from where he lived. It was difficult and those hard times that were supposed to bring us closer together and help us to bond as a couple were never spent together. When he got back from his last deployment, we separated shortly after. Although we have been divorced for quite some time now, we are still good friends (we couldn't just throw away such a long friendship just because our marriage was unsuccessful). We just weren't meant to be together in that way. I feel like we knew each other all too well and we were way too much a like and sometimes that just doesn't work out. We had an amicable divorce and he and my current husband, talk, exchange jokes and even poke fun at me from time to time. My current marriage is interesting to say the least, never a dull moment but that is what being married to a Scorpio is like. Jokes, seriousness, passionate and emotionally in tune with me. We were together for 4 years before we got married. We were both divorcees and and weren't sure about taking the plunge again. After being together so long we decided to say OWFI and got married. Been together 10 years now and married for 6. There is never any telling what the future holds and with love there is always risk involved. I mean h**l, one of us can get hit by a Mack truck tomorrow and that will still lead to heart break and long term pain. Call me naïve, but I will always believe in love even if one day my relationship fizzles out. Without pain how do we know we are living and what do we have to learn from? Pain is the darkness that allows us to see light because without the dark how do we know that the light even exists?
  2. I miss the Sims One, I still play The Sims 2. Does the Sims 1 work on Windows 10? I ask because I practically had to anoint my first ch*ld in Frankincense and wave a magic wand to get The Sims 2 to work.
  3. I normally have a drink or two on Christmas or New years. I am Puerto Rican so I have a serving or two of coquito on Christmas and on New Years I have a rum and coke. I don't really like the taste of alcohol so those are the only two times a year I have it. As far as regular drinks my guilty pleasure is Starbucks Frappuccino.
  4. Yep, that's me I would be pretty useless in a horror movie. I don't even want to think about my role in a zombie apocalypse.
  5. Teriyaki Chicken and Broccoli Ingredients 1 cup water 5 tablespoons packed brown sugar 1/4 cup soy sauce 1–2 tablespoons honey 1 large clove of garlic, finely minced 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger 2 tablespoons cornstarch 1/4 cup cold water 1 Large Chicken Breast or Tofu or other chicken substitute cut into squares One pat of butter or butter flavored cooking spray 2 Cups broccoli crowns (steamed to desired tenderness) Pinch salt Pinch pepper Instructions 1. Combine the 1 cup water, brown sugar, soy sauce, honey, garlic and ginger in a medium saucepan and set over medium heat. 2. In a small bowl, combine the cornstarch with the 1/4 cup water and whisk until dissolved. Add the cornstarch mixture to the saucepan. 3. Heat the sauce until it thickens to your desired thickness. If the sauce becomes too thick, add more water to thin it out. 4. In frying pan melt your butter or add the cooking spray 5. Add your washed cut chicken or chicken substitute and cook well stirring to get all the pieces to the correct doneness (raw chicken is never a good idea to ingest please make sure the chicken is cooked properly) 6. Add the teriyaki sauce and let simmer for about 2 minutes making sure all chicken is covered in the sauce. 7. Add steamed broccoli and sir lightly to get a good mixture of everything in the pan 8. Serve over white rice, riced cauliflower, or egg noodles.
  6. Just now finished a midterm exam for my SQL class and it is currently 3:19PM
  7. I have frogs and dogs. My dogs' names are Luna (Chihuahua 10 years old in human years), Moxie (Blue Heeler 2 years), Pepper (Blue Heeler 8 years). Everyone has such cute pets. @summerlusk, so sorry to hear you don't have any pets at the moment. :::hugs to you:::
  8. I just completed this quiz. My Score 0/100 My Time 195 seconds  
  9. I think that's awesome. Elders are so overlooked in today's society. I enjoy talking to older people too. They just have a way about them. They have awesome stories, give great advice and contrary to popular opinion, they are not all as judgmental as most think. It's important to have friends in many different age ranges and if you are so inclined, perhaps having different opinions as well. It makes for a more seasoned personality. Younger people keep us old heads up with the times, while older people keep us grounded and show us to slow down a little. Variety in friendship is always good. It opens the mind and allows sight in many different perspectives and makes us more tolerant and accepting of our differences as human beings. Here I go rambling again, lol Well its 10:00 here its time for sleep anyway. I have two jobs and school to tend to. Rinse wash and repeat, but I graduate in January so there's that. I can finally cross off getting a college degree from my bucket list. Have a great night and thank you again for responding and making me feel like I am worth your time.
  10. I always tip, you never truly know what someone is going through. It is possible to catch a person having a bad day. You never know if the tip you provide can make them smile a little more and feel burdened a little less.
  11. Well, you are over 10 years younger than me so I can totally see how that is something rarely heard of. If you know anyone else who lived in the poorer areas of NY who is in my age group, I am sure they will have some great stories for you as well. Thank you for engaging with me and asking more about my entry. I would not have rambled on otherwise. Your curiosity was much appreciated. have a good evening.
  12. My name is Quetsy, pronounced like "Ketsy". I am 45, I know I am an old head, but who cares, with 46 years comes wisdom. Aside from growing old gracefully, I work in accounting, run my own computer repair business, and go to school. I jump on here every now and then when I have time. I am an Onision fan for the humor. My favorite band is My Chemical Romance, the music just never gets old for me.
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