Kathy and Judy Live blog 9/24/16

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Kristin Decker September 24, 201610:27 AM

People invading your personal space:

Strangers come up to me and /or my family and want to take our picture. We are Little People but not the famous ones.

Personal space: I hate, actually HATE, when you are standing in line and the person behind you is on your heels, you move an inch, they move 2, if I can feel your breath, or smell your breath, you are TOO close, back up!!!

I have used a wheelchair for 30 yrs. There have been tons of people who invade my space. I have people stop and pray over me in grocery stores, ask straight out “what happend to YOU?”, or touch my chair. Like the guy who usd the back of my chair to balance his briefcase in an elevator.

When I was pregnant , I was riding down an escalator and the man on the stair in front of me leaned back for the purpose of laying his head on my stomach. It was a very crowded escalator and I couldn’t move away from him. Ick

My personal space is invaded at least 2-3 times per month by strangers touching my hair. It’s full & curly; they don’t ask, they just dive right in! Been going on for years.

Random women come up to me when I’m holding my baby boy and smell him or kiss him on the hand, arm, or even his cheek. It’s so weird. I don’t know you. Don’t kiss my baby! Haha

I
just had umbilical surgery, before the surgery you could see the bump.
Total strangers would try to poke it. Remedy I told them to expect to
be poked back with my fist.

Kristin Decker September 24, 201610:29 AM

People invading your personal space:

Strangers come up to me and /or my family and want to take our picture. We are Little People but not the famous ones.

Personal space: I hate, actually HATE, when you are standing in line and the person behind you is on your heels, you move an inch, they move 2, if I can feel your breath, or smell your breath, you are TOO close, back up!!!

I have used a wheelchair for 30 yrs. There have been tons of people who invade my space. I have people stop and pray over me in grocery stores, ask straight out “what happend to YOU?”, or touch my chair. Like the guy who usd the back of my chair to balance his briefcase in an elevator.

When I was pregnant , I was riding down an escalator and the man on the stair in front of me leaned back for the purpose of laying his head on my stomach. It was a very crowded escalator and I couldn’t move away from him. Ick

My personal space is invaded at least 2-3 times per month by strangers touching my hair. It’s full & curly; they don’t ask, they just dive right in! Been going on for years.

Random women come up to me when I’m holding my baby boy and smell him or kiss him on the hand, arm, or even his cheek. It’s so weird. I don’t know you. Don’t kiss my baby! Haha

I
just had umbilical surgery, before the surgery you could see the bump.
Total strangers would try to poke it. Remedy I told them to expect to
be poked back with my fist.

I’m 47 and only ‘4-6″ and I get a guy at work who pats me on the head. He doesn’t do it all the time, but there are times I want to yell out “don’t touch me”! just bite my tongue.

Kristin Decker September 24, 201610:57 AM

Cheating on your spouse:

Part of the problem is that most men don’t know how to handle the attention when they get it from a woman especially if it’s during the time that things are not going so great in their own personal lives

I don’t believe in “zero tolerance” in any situation. Every case is different. (Why do women always find a way to blame other women when men cheat!)

25 years ago my husband cheated. Before that, I also felt like I would kick him out. But until you are in that situation you have no idea. We did separate for 12 weeks but ended up saving our family. And I worked very hard to accomplish that. I did tell him that if it ever happened again, that would be the very end. I am impressed that Hillary went through it and kept her marriage, as public as her situation was.
And I don’t wear dresses either!

If my husb cheated on me I may try to forgive him but I think my self confidence would never recover-nothing would ever be the same

It’s not my business if anyone works it out- fine with me. But it’s not ok when the wife goes after the women her husband cheated with. Not ok Hillary.

Kristin Decker September 24, 201611:54 AM

Do you cry easily?

I call it ‘my heart coming out my eyes’ I well up emotionally whenever the situation calls for it. Sometimes often, other times weeks go by. I teared up everyday of my Italy trip

I have never been a big cryer until I was involuntarily moved to a work situation that is killing me inside, little by little. Now I cry almost daily.

I was not a big crier until my daughter was born. Now I can cry at a diaper commercial or the smile on her face.

I never used to be someone who cried at the drop of a hat. Once my parents passed, I found myself crying easy. Especially if it deals with children or animals. I’d get weepy at the end of the TV show “The Ghost Whisperer” everytime! Especially if it had to do with kids! Forget it!!!

I hate how easily I cry. It happens even when it’s not warranted and makes the situation seem worse than it is.

Since becoming a mother, I’ve found myself much more apt to cry. Life seems more fragile and special at the same time and little things, both happy and sad, set me off.

Taps….gets me every time! Veterans Day is hell…..

I cry about everything. I sobbed like a kid during the movie Scully. So much emotion and pain. Chris

That commercial where the Japanese baby is afraid of the family dog until the father gets a lion costume for the dog? That makes me cry. Big goofy dog.

On last season’s finale of “How to Get Away With Murder”, Viola Davis did the ugliest “cry” I’ve ever seen on TV, complete with snot rolling out of her nose.

Bill’s not alone.
Retired cop
Gruff exterior but when the sad pet adoption commercials come on, I five over the coffee table to grab the remote to change the channel.
Gets me every time!
Thanks sisters!