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Motors
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Joined: Nov 2012

I went to the Oakland A's game for Mother's Day With my family n friends. Guess what happened to me I went to walked on the baseball  field  for the Breast Cancer wiith all the survivors! Anyways, while I was on the field I was looking around for my friends n family to see where they all at, so my best-friend text me to let me know where they at, so I tell her to wave out the window suit #69 , so I can see her, then look up n saw her right away so decided to just walk out from the line where we all standing to wait to let go our Pink ballon, so I decided to walked out for a bit so she can see me where I'm at, somehow felt down it happened soo fast I think I Tripp over something on the grass Omg!! I don't even know what is It..I was soo embrassing i got up right away n get back to the line!! I think everyone at the game they all saw me  when I felt.. That was the worst  day of my life ! But on the hand i am a survivors!! 

New Flower
Posts: 4065
Joined: Aug 2009

do not worry much I am sure everybody understood. you are survivor and please be proud.

worst day of my life was when I learnt about the cancer has been coming back.  when we loose love ones or a friend that is really bad.

hugs to you

RozHopkins
Posts: 471
Joined: Dec 2010

Don't fret.  I do similar things and have done so through my life.  Just one of those who has bad luck and a mixture of bad nerves.   I did something stupid about a month ago and for the first time in my life I thought, oh well it's done.  Though my heart fell into my stomach at the time.  It was an honest mistake but did involve family members and we know how that can go......

disneyfan2008
Posts: 5435
Joined: Oct 2010

pride may be hurt but you can have a good laugh...in hind sight...have a GOOD CHUCKLE right now..

Denise

 

we've all had our moments..

 

Denise

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