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PH Veterans!
« on: May 10, 2019, 06:08:57 PM »
I don't know how many veterans will be reading this... but I just wanted to say that...  I miss everybody! 

I know how busy life is!  We're all a little older now and everyone is going about their lives! Well, ME TOO!!!  BUT, I miss the good old days.  I LOVED the exchanges... everyone had their own sense of humor... everyone had something different to say and to teach...  I was always learning and feeling intrigued by what we were each saying.  But more importantly, I was always stimulated and LAUGHING when I was on PH!  FUN TIMES! 

My Hmong brothers and sisters (and Laotian and Vietnamese friends), I just want to say that I appreciate you all and all that you have shared on here!

If it's not too much to ask, come back and share what you've been up to.  What you've learned about life.  What you think about life now.  Etc.  :)

I HOPE you all have been well and are doing great!

Your friend,
Lilly



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« Reply #1 on: May 10, 2019, 07:44:27 PM »
I don't know how many veterans will be reading this... but I just wanted to say that...  I miss everybody! 

I know how busy life is!  We're all a little older now and everyone is going about their lives! Well, ME TOO!!!  BUT, I miss the good old days.  I LOVED the exchanges... everyone had their own sense of humor... everyone had something different to say and to teach...  I was always learning and feeling intrigued by what we were each saying.  But more importantly, I was always stimulated and LAUGHING when I was on PH!  FUN TIMES! 

My Hmong brothers and sisters (and Laotian and Vietnamese friends), I just want to say that I appreciate you all and all that you have shared on here!

If it's not too much to ask, come back and share what you've been up to.  What you've learned about life.  What you think about life now.  Etc.  :)

I HOPE you all have been well and are doing great!

Your friend,
Lilly
I've been MIA for a very long time. Glad to see some old names that I have not converse in awhile. When I came back. Everythings changed. A lot of new names. And the feelings I once had in here have since been long gone. I miss everyone from the ole dayz. We all had fun in here. It was one of the highlights durning my break and logging on and reading everyones post/ threads. And conversing with everyone here.
There was this one person who I really miss chatting with. I doubt that person is even still around.



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Re: PH Veterans!
« Reply #2 on: May 10, 2019, 11:51:16 PM »
SOLACE is a doctor now.

So are a few others like that other name that I just can't write or pronounce from Cal.

I don't know how many veterans will be reading this... but I just wanted to say that...  I miss everybody! 

I know how busy life is!  We're all a little older now and everyone is going about their lives! Well, ME TOO!!!  BUT, I miss the good old days.  I LOVED the exchanges... everyone had their own sense of humor... everyone had something different to say and to teach...  I was always learning and feeling intrigued by what we were each saying.  But more importantly, I was always stimulated and LAUGHING when I was on PH!  FUN TIMES! 

My Hmong brothers and sisters (and Laotian and Vietnamese friends), I just want to say that I appreciate you all and all that you have shared on here!

If it's not too much to ask, come back and share what you've been up to.  What you've learned about life.  What you think about life now.  Etc.  :)

I HOPE you all have been well and are doing great!

Your friend,
Lilly



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Re: PH Veterans!
« Reply #3 on: May 11, 2019, 01:59:09 PM »
forgot her name....but didn't know she wanted to be more than friends until years later...she was popular and broken many a Ph man's heart. because she once told me she doesn't really date Hmong dudes, i miss the signs that I may have been the exception...ha ha j/k...apparently, from the grapevines, she did eventually settled with a white dude...well i can't say I am positive she's happy, but pretty confident she is...she was just a all around success in every area of life. extremely wise and intelligent beyond her years.



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« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2019, 08:39:31 PM »
I still see some old names that I recognized. But it's been so long since I had a good conversation with them. It's hard to even begin.
Everyones hobby changed. I no longer fish like I once did. And have branched off so far I'm out of the loop.



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« Reply #5 on: May 13, 2019, 08:04:39 AM »
back then, people were passionate with their comments, nowadays, every body is just a troll...ha!



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« Reply #6 on: May 13, 2019, 01:11:24 PM »
Yes, back then people were passionate with their comments.  It's why I miss the good old days.   :'(



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« Reply #7 on: May 13, 2019, 01:17:38 PM »
The past... what can I say, it was unforgettable.  ;)



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« Reply #8 on: May 14, 2019, 03:53:29 PM »
Just thinking about the PHers who gave me a sense of home and a safe place for friendships to form because they have good hearts and open minds. The late nights on tinychat talking about nothing in particular. The singing, the webcam shows, deep conversations without judgment or fear. They seem like insignificant things now but at the time they were a great source of comfort and enjoyment for me. Even though I didn't know most of these people in person there was still a sense of friendship and respect that went beyond the boundaries of internet static, and I am thankful to this day that I met these people whether in person or only online. The connections, however tenuous they may have seemed, filled a void that I wasn't aware I had. And honestly these experiences helped shape me into the person I am today for better or for worse. I daresay that none of us are exactly as we were five years ago. But that's okay. These PHers and these experiences were what I needed at that exact time, and it's okay that we each have grown, some maybe closer and some farther away. Life is about pulling in and letting go, and in the end if the memories only bring smiles how can I regret any of it?



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« Reply #9 on: May 14, 2019, 04:32:22 PM »
You really don't want to to hear me preach but I'll try my best to bring closure to some people including myself.

It comes in waves.  It was the highlight of some people's days but as we aged to perfection, we will learn that changes are good for the self.  If you still dwell here, you have your own crusade to carry. 

I stopped eating rice on the daily and changes my diet and i lost 7 lbs.  This just to show that changes will come if you make sacrifices and welcome these changes.  I now only look at this pH whatyoumacalli t when I even think about pH but with life goals, I am unable to entertain this place like I used to.  I have to say that life is moving along well for me for making these changes.  There is nothing for me to battle here and voices on here are left unheard so why even bother? 

My final thought on this.  Cone to pH when you can but never come because you have to. 






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Re: PH Veterans!
« Reply #10 on: May 14, 2019, 04:53:19 PM »
Just thinking about the PHers who gave me a sense of home and a safe place for friendships to form because they have good hearts and open minds. The late nights on tinychat talking about nothing in particular. The singing, the webcam shows, deep conversations without judgment or fear. They seem like insignificant things now but at the time they were a great source of comfort and enjoyment for me. Even though I didn't know most of these people in person there was still a sense of friendship and respect that went beyond the boundaries of internet static, and I am thankful to this day that I met these people whether in person or only online. The connections, however tenuous they may have seemed, filled a void that I wasn't aware I had. And honestly these experiences helped shape me into the person I am today for better or for worse. I daresay that none of us are exactly as we were five years ago. But that's okay. These PHers and these experiences were what I needed at that exact time, and it's okay that we each have grown, some maybe closer and some farther away. Life is about pulling in and letting go, and in the end if the memories only bring smiles how can I regret any of it?

I get what you mean.   ;)  Bittersweet memories!



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« Reply #11 on: May 14, 2019, 04:53:56 PM »
You really don't want to to hear me preach but I'll try my best to bring closure to some people including myself.

It comes in waves.  It was the highlight of some people's days but as we aged to perfection, we will learn that changes are good for the self.  If you still dwell here, you have your own crusade to carry. 

I stopped eating rice on the daily and changes my diet and i lost 7 lbs.  This just to show that changes will come if you make sacrifices and welcome these changes.  I now only look at this pH whatyoumacalli t when I even think about pH but with life goals, I am unable to entertain this place like I used to.  I have to say that life is moving along well for me for making these changes.  There is nothing for me to battle here and voices on here are left unheard so why even bother? 

My final thought on this.  Cone to pH when you can but never come because you have to.

I get what you mean too, Duma!   O0



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