Hi Maddie, good to see you're posting. The saying "anyone out there with ears on?" is an old saying, it only means is there anyone out there listening? Runswithwolf's was just trying to reach someone that was actually on the site, to talk to...okay?
How are you Runswithwolf's. I love the name you've chosen. It makes me imagine a thick green forest and a pack of grey wolves skipping over fallen logs and streams, so thank you for that. We all need to be reminded whose land we're using. I hope this note finds you well. Are you okay? Are you feeling depressed? I'd love to hear how you're doing. We extend our experience, and our strength and hope here, and it's a great site to make friends that you can check in everyday, or week, or month. Whatever kind of friendship you would like. I'd love to hear from you, if you have a problem that we can all help you with, if there's anything at all you'd like to talk about. Okay? Peace to you friend. Liz
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