Discussion in 'EU Community' started by BultarSwan, Oct 8, 2013.
Sweet Cal! Lucky! How'd it go?
It was awesome!
Second time I've seen it. I had a way better seat yesterday than I did last time. Next year Phantom of The Opera is coming so I'll be going to that.
I haven't seen 'Wicked' but I have seen Phantom of the Opera.
I have yet to see Phantom. I'm already excited and tickets aren't even available yet.
You should totally see Wicked!
I want to, buuut hm. I'd have to do some digging I think. Not a bad idea though!
Seen Phantom once, Cats Twice and Wicked twice. Once here and once on Broadway.....that was awesome.
I saw Wicked and Phantom in London and adored them both.
they released the info for cause of death. There was a gun retrieved from the apartment. They're not looking for suspects so I'm hoping that means they dusted the gun for finger prints and not assumed that one of the parents was responsible.
I did tell the police everything I knew about the family. Now I'm thinking about it, I do remember vaguely hearing the gun shots. I thought someone was having a fit and mistaken for a door shutting hard because the sounds are similar.
I'm having trouble processing the information and my mind feels numb in the last couple of days. I may not be remembering correctly when I heard the noise....
I'm pretty sure it was Wednesday night between nine and ten at night.
I've been knitting up a storm on the sweater, the front piece is ready for shaping and I started the back and it's four inches in length already. It's the only thing that's keeping me from going crazy. It's keeping my mind busy......
That sounds terrible, Falcon. I hope you're doing okay...
I'm doing a little better today, finally got sleep Friday night. I must've been extremely tired. I fell asleep on the couch around ten and didnt wake up until 7 Sat morning.
I called into work sick on Friday. I was too emotional to drive anywhere.
Its been a bit of a rough few days for you Falcon, I imagine this sort of thing gives a person cause to wonder if there was something you could have done.
It does make me wonder if there was something more I could've done. I've lifted people out of depression states in the past and makes me wonder if I missed my calling as a counselor.
I found basic phycology very interesting.... and aced it too because it was a requirement for one of the college courses.
Sadly, this kind of thing makes everyone think "Maybe I could have done something" But in all honestly, I have heard from many people, when a person decides to do something like this, the decision is usually made and very often no amount of talking can change that.
It's going to take some time to heal. They spent so much money trying to land permanent status here. There used to be more financial assistance from the government for those that couldn't fend for themselves. My friend who is a retired substitute teacher and she worked with specialty needs children told me the government shut down several buildings that help out these specialty needs children.
And it's not the first time she's heard of a parent snapping because the child can't defend for themselves or because they've sunk so far into depression they feel they have no way out
They loved their daughter and I can't see that being the case.
The system failed them.
How are you?
I'm good. I didn't want to get up this morning, but that's pretty normal.
How are you?
About the same. But only because my dreams seemed to be better than my RL.
And because I'm tired.
I'm still listening to music from Wicked. I have a feeling it's gonna be stuck in my head for awhile.
I had For Good stuck in mine the other day.
That's the one that usually does get stuck. That and Defying Gravity.
Yep. I love Defying Gravity.
No One Mourns the Wicked is a bad one too...
Well yeah, and it doesn't help that it's in the musical and on the soundtrack more then once.