Discussion in 'Welcome New Users' started by Darth Gangrenous
, Jan 30, 2009.
Floyd? What a long time we haven't spoken! I would be happy to hear how you are and what you have done in the meantime. Please, feel welcome to post in the Welcome Newbie Party.
I've been on for a couple of months, but only really became active in the last few weeks. May I have a newbie hug? Also, could somebody please direct me to the thread wherein I may become a padawan to somebody?
I can only offer my own hugs in return
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Hi Lexi_Mayn. [link=http://boards.theforce.net/welcome_new_users/b10181/31459581/r31597000/]Here[/link] is the place where you can get adopted.
*gives Lexi a newbie-hug*
Just follow the link above.
Hugs all around!
I'm sorry about the long abscence of hugs!
I haven't been on here in over a month because I was having to go through a lot of testing in Gainesville at a teaching hospital called Shands to stop a grand-mal seizure condition I've had since birth.
My family, the doctors and I talked things over and finally decided on brain surgery (a partial temporal lobotomy) to get them stopped. The surgery was a success and I'm feeling great.
I wanted to drop off a round of hugs for everyone on the forum.
That's great news Kelly!
I'm slowly getting back on my feet after being sick myself (nothing too major though), so I just thought I'd pop in here and hand out hugs to everyone!
I didn't knew that, Kelly! Great news indeed!
And good to see you being back, upping this thread every now and then.
Fallen, you have been ill? Good that you're better as well.
Get better you two!
Hugs for the new old Sith guy?
I could use a hug. My evening was irritating and facepalmingly stressful.
Doesn't sound nice.
Wanted to drop off a round of Sith Hugs for TrakNar and everyone else who needs one
"You underestimate the power of a Sith Hug"
My day turned craptastic. I could use a really big hug.
*gives a really big hug to Traknar*
Hopefully your next day will be better.
I certainly hope so. I'd rather avoid having my foot be driven over by a car again.
Hey all. My Grand Father in Italy is suffering from Parkinson's disease and today on my weekly call he says that he lost the ability to walk on his own. This is devastating to him because he's been a man that has worked with his hands all his life and now on top of not being able to do that, now he can't walk. It's sad to see a great man be taken by this disease. Thanks for the reading.
I'm sorry to hear that Furio.
Thanks DG. Appreciate it.
Since I'm a very active/sportive person, I might have an idea how it feels for him or, maybe better said, I can't imagine not beig able to walk or using my hands. It would be really extremly hard for me. It's really sad.
Whenever you meet him again, give him another hug from an unknown person!
Thanks Skiara. I'll let him know.
So sorry to hear that hugs for Darth_Furio