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Posted by Camo Girl on Saturday, August 6, 2011

This week has been very challenging.  I lost a close friend to diabetes Monday night. She was my age.  I went to the funeral and got to see all my friends, its just sad we had to see each other under these conditions.  I have got the last of my college stuff lined out and I feel like i am ready to go.  I cant wait to start college. Last night I went with a bunch of friends to Dinkys auction.  We got lost in Amish country. We drove for a very long time through really pretty farms and houses. There were a lot of horses along our way too.  I truly think it would be so peaceful to live like the Amish do.  What do you all think?  

6 comments on “Hey”

ronhan Says:
Saturday, August 6, 2011 @3:17:43 PM

I think it would be very peaceful, but I'd have to have a computer with a hand crank. :)

ronhan Says:
Saturday, August 6, 2011 @3:18:05 PM

Sorry about your friend Mallory.

beetlegeist Says:
Saturday, August 6, 2011 @4:58:21 PM

18 is too young to pass on. It would be nice to live an Amish way of life. The modern world is too full of needless things. It has forgotten to see or appreciate the simple pleasures of life.

dgill Says:
Sunday, August 7, 2011 @5:26:46 PM

Sad news Mallory. Stay strong and remember the best of times with your friend.

rickshunter1 Says:
Sunday, August 7, 2011 @5:35:21 PM

Sometimes I really agree it would be nice to lead a more simplier life , but we have been spoiled for so long the transistion may be very difficult but probably worth it in the longrun. So sorry to hear the news of your friend to loose someone at such a young age is hard, always remember the good times you had with her and she will always be with you as long as you keep her in your memories.

Bill Baer Says:
Monday, August 15, 2011 @11:12:47 AM

Death of a friend is very hard to deal with. I am so sorry.
Amish country is totally beautiful and very peaceful. My problem is that although I am a "spiritual" person, Organized religions have always left a foul taste in my mouth. They all say the same thing, just in a different way. What bothers me is that the rituals and rules have never enhanced my "spiritual existence" nor brought me closer to God. Getting outside myself and feeling one with all creation has done that.

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