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Turnbuckles Original post: Mon 10/28/2019 at 6:43 AM

Qingdao Shanghai Wire Rope Tech Co., Limited is one of the turnbuckles supplier, located in Qingdao. Qingdao is the 4th biggest Chinese Seaport. We offer products related to steel, including steel wire rope and stainless steel wire fittings.

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Re: Turnbuckles Posted: Mon 11/11/2019 at 9:55 AM, in reply to guest guest

I’m dating someone new.  Two months in, and it’s still that wonderful, fun, “I have a boyfriend!” mindset.  Everything is new, and you want to do stuff with this new person. You go out more than you did before.

Which means you spend more, eat more, exercise less, and have less time to do the necessary mundane things, like pay bills.

For me, especially now that I’m working again, I find I have absolutely no time to do things.  My kitchen and bathroom are a mess, I am running out of clean underwear because I can’t find time to do laundry, and I’m in danger of being late with my mortgage payment, because I haven’t had time to log online and pay it.  I also haven’t had time to blog, workout, or watch the Royal Wedding.

My new boyfriend has recently complained about putting on a few pounds, a combination of eating out more and having less time to exercise.  I’ve always encouraged him to get his workout in, but he recently asked me to help him eat less.  I told him that I’m naturally a nurturer, much like the mother in My Big Fat Greek Wedding.  “Here, have the rest of mine, can I get you another cupcake, here just finish this off so there’s no leftovers.”  I’m doing my best to stop trying to feed him, though.

Another issue, which we’ve briefly touched on but not really discussed, is money.  Obviously, if you’re going out 2-3 nights a week, eating and drinking, the cost for two people (which he naturally is going to pick up most of the time) can get to be a little much.

All this is to say, dating can lead to financial loss, weight gain, and a drastic reduction of free time.

But sometimes it’s worth it.  :)

(Note – I wrote this post longhand a week ago, but haven’t had the time to log in and post it!  I am safe from foreclosure, have done laundry, but still haven’t seen more than a glimpse of the Royal Wedding.)

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/For_better_and_worse__Online_Dating_again

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/Hey_little_girl_I_wanna_be_your_boyfriend

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/Crazy_in_love

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/Mr_Right_vs_freedom

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/The_key_to_marital_happiness

https://canvas.umw.edu/eportfolios/65743/_/Affairs_of_the_heart_and_not

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Re: Turnbuckles Posted: Mon 11/11/2019 at 9:55 AM, in reply to guest guest

Getting over a person or relationship can be difficult. Turning emotions off and on is not the easiest thing for people, and I think that’s especially true for women. You love someone, and they’re now gone, and you’re still left with those feelings, wondering what happened, the victim of emotional phantom limb syndrome.

There was an episode of How I Met Your Mother in October that I very specifically saved and watched several times.  The episode focuses on things that are unfinished, including Robin’s issues with getting over her ex-boyfriend Don.  She hasn’t moved on from their relationship, hasn’t had closure, because “Don left so quickly that I never got the chance to have that final showdown.”

That’s very much how I felt about my last relationship.  I never got that final showdown, I never got that closure, and all those feelings and emotions were never really resolved. I kept feeling like if I could just talk to him one last time, get an explanation, that I would be able to move on.  No, of course not right away, but at least I could have some questions answered and stop thinking about them.   (For those who haven’t been reading my blog, I had a year and a half relationship with a man and he just vanished with no explanation.  I’m not going to link to those posts because I’m…well, done with that.)

Robin’s friends urge Robin to delete Don from her contacts, so she can’t call him again.  Definitely a good idea – I think we’ve all been guilty of a drunk dial or two.  (For the record, my way of dealing with this is to put an X in front of their name, so that when you’re drunk dialing and you go to the D’s for Don, he’s not there, and then you have to think about it for a second before remembering to go to X, and hopefully that moment of thought will help clear your head. Works for me pretty well.)

https://wpi.instructure.com/eportfolios/653/Home/Online_Dating_but_is_everyone_else

https://wpi.instructure.com/eportfolios/653/Home/Online_Dating_or_marriage_there_isnt_always_a_choice

https://wpi.instructure.com/eportfolios/653/Home/Is_your_soul_mate_your_sole_mate

https://wpi.instructure.com/eportfolios/653/Home/Lost_with_Lance_found_in_divorce

https://wpi.instructure.com/eportfolios/653/Home/Baby_its_time_to_split

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Re: Turnbuckles Posted: Sat 12/14/2019 at 4:10 AM, in reply to guest guest

This is a really great post, I like Star Wars Jacket I am interested in reading this post.

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