"I've been reading on this forum and went back to april. I see you were looking for a poker partner? Did you ever find one? I play party poker, and am addicted to it. Texas holdem is my game. If interested, get back to me. It would be a b..."
lonote!! Nice to see someone still posting that I used to chat with. I have still been using (vic) but on my way off. I had a little revelation of sorts in my thinking about everything and positive now that I will be done with addiction.
Hope you remember me...Tim2H and hopeless and the bunch, the social board was created because of the trouble we caused ;-)
Are you clean now?
Thank you for the friend invite!! And I am so glad I made you smile, my words were sincere and your words really touched me..... I am heading out, have a great weekend and I hope to see you soon!! Jeanette
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