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second full day with my son... this is my own personal diary, but I still don't feel don't feel totally comfortable sharing my inner most thoughts when there are judge mental folks who read it and will misunderstand me just as everyone including the checkout counter who kep asking me if the assortment of apples were mine.. I kept saying yes but appeared she was more into listening herself than waiting for my answer , beside putting the food into plastic when they have paper bags... ( I worry about the environment in a state where our environmental protection agency director came from...who's more like environmental terminator agency...)   I think of all the plastic bags and platic water bottles all littered up floating on thousands of square miles of our oceeans...

we are basically thoughtless creatures as much as any other animals... my son's grandmother had a discussion with my son about how we couldn't have evolved from gorillas(apes) because they don't have…
http://www.livestrong.com/article/546304-the-benefits-of-dandelion-leaf-root-for-the-kidneys/

"All parts of the dandelion are edible, including the leaves, roots and flowers, and some parts are considered medicinal. Certain of dandelion's purported health benefits pertain especially to the kidneys and urinary tract. Consult your doctor for guidance in the safe and appropriate use of dandelion.
DiureticDandelion leaves have a slightly bitter flavor that goes well in salads and they are increasingly available in produce and grocery stores. (and therefore is a natural food like any other) Vitamins A, B-complex, C and D are found in the leaves. Dandelion also provides the minerals iron, potassium and zinc. Dandelion has diuretic effects -- it promotes increased urine production -- and also replaces potassium that may be lost in the urine. Native Americans used dandelion extract to treat a variety of conditions, including kidney disease, skin disorders and digestive problems, acco…
I have to figure out godaddy while I wait to understand what I have to do to continue the writing process.. I want to let go of so much, but my determination to rightfully be a father keeps me going...
Im frustrated that my exinlaws are currently the surrogate parents of my son...

I thought this pertains to my life so much whenever I see this...


"Taking Things Personally"
by Madisyn TaylorTry not to take everything personally, things that people say and do don't always have anything to do with you.         Every time you interact with others, you have the choice to listen to, acknowledge, and let go of their words, or you can take what they are saying personally. Taking things personally is often the result of perceiving a person's actions or words as an affront or slight. In order to take something personally, you must read negative intent in an individual's words or actions. But what people do and say has no bearing upon you and is usually based on their own expe…