It's a Wonderful Life

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I have spent a great deal of time this last few weeks looking over my life from other folks' perspectives.

As it turns out, while I've been denied some of the 'normal' aspects of life, I also have been spared the 'normal' (potentially expectable) results of 'normalcy'.

All in all, I suppose it's a null-set equation.

In ABQ, I had my eyes opened a great deal regarding my (lack of) OCD.  I've got some tendencies, but they are all directed at that which is (generally) most profitable to me (and I love my work--and *still* would do it, and do, in spite of the fact that I might even *lose* money doing it).

But in Big-D, I was shown that I might have been blessed with childlessness.

I don't know that I would be able to handle watching my beloved child self-destruct.

Been shown three 'ghosts of xmas present' on that note, and each has cut to the bone.

If I could cry for someone else (just to offload their burden, if even for a moment), I would.

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