Kathy and Judy live blog 10/8/16

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Texts that don’t make the air!

Kristin Decker October 8, 201610:39 AM

If you are a supporter of Donald Trump – are you still and why?

I think Trump is disgusting and this really confirms it – no excuses – BUT this isn’t a personality contest. When it comes to policy, Trump is the winner. Thanks for the airtime and you’re amazing show!!! -John

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Unfortunately Trump’s comments are not very different than. Typical guy talk.

More concerned about what the clintons have done than what trump has said. His response should be what theirs was regarding bills behavior with the intern. Everybody does-or says-it. Nobody cares. We need to get back to taking care of the business of the American people.

Trump apologized this morning please make this part of your show this morning! At least he took responsibility for his actions. Hillary’s LIES are going to cost her the presidency.

I am with neither of the candidates. The reason his comments are so relevant is because HE will make them relevant by deflecting his comments and pointing out the errors of the Clintons. He is A crude person who also appears to be arrogant and he is the last person I would want representing me and my family in this country. That does not go to say that she is a better choice.

I agree totally with caller. Locker room talk is irellivent . NOT news. I am more upset by Hillarys comment about the rapest she got off when she was attorney.

I am a Republican but I cannot vote for a man with the values of Trump and trust his leadership for our country. There is a point at which policy matters must also be Weighed against the values of the person. His latest comments are beyond locker room banter. These are not the values that should be guiding our country .

Kristin Decker October 8, 201610:57 AM

Healing from a friendship argument:

A good friend of mine, married, shared w me that she was going to pursue a relationship outside of her marriage. She was quite excited by this & I am not. I told her to contact me again after this was all resolved. She was very upset by this and told me we had different views of monogamy.

I had a huge fallout in August 2015 with A friend of 55 years. I asked her to stop criticizing me and my actions. She took offense and We have not spoken since. I go to a counselor to get help in figuring it all out and I’m now more than fine about it.

Men patch things up faster unless it’s their own brother.

Great show, much better to make up + be friends, you will be glad u did, and yes, no matter what u say, Trump will be better off as Pres, u can take that to the bank,- JoBob.

I
was friends with ” Mary ” for over 15 years…. Tight friends , soul
sisters … We knew each other in hs college and beyond . In our late
thirties we both were going through difficult times in our personal
life’s. Serious illness mental breakdowns , death of a partner… I did
something that really disappointed my friend and one day she dropped me
cold . I called and she said I’m busy I’ll call you later and never
did. She wouldn’t take my calls. I’d write nothing , no response . I
went on but always missed her. Once a year I’d write her a letter. Once
about three year later she answered the phone a

nd
I asked if she would consider reconnecting. She said she’d think about
it. A year later we got together at a reunion arranged by a third party
14 years we rearmed our relationship. We have been reconnected now for
another 24years and have gone do much together . We even laugh about it
in conversation. It comes up when referring to something from that time
period. I refer to it ” her missing years” like Jesus. I’m so glad we
reconnected .

Kristin Decker October 8, 201611:08 AM

Healing from a friendship argument:

A good friend of mine, married, shared w me that she was going to pursue a relationship outside of her marriage. She was quite excited by this & I am not. I told her to contact me again after this was all resolved. She was very upset by this and told me we had different views of monogamy.

I had a huge fallout in August 2015 with A friend of 55 years. I asked her to stop criticizing me and my actions. She took offense and We have not spoken since. I go to a counselor to get help in figuring it all out and I’m now more than fine about it.

Men patch things up faster unless it’s their own brother.

Great show, much better to make up + be friends, you will be glad u did, and yes, no matter what u say, Trump will be better off as Pres, u can take that to the bank,- JoBob.

I was friends with ” Mary ” for over 15 years…. Tight friends , soul
sisters … We knew each other in hs college and beyond . In our late
thirties we both were going through difficult times in our personal
life’s. Serious illness mental breakdowns , death of a partner… I did
something that really disappointed my friend and one day she dropped me
cold . I called and she said I’m busy I’ll call you later and never
did. She wouldn’t take my calls. I’d write nothing , no response . I
went on but always missed her. Once a year I’d write her a letter. Once
about three year later she answered the phone and
I asked if she would consider reconnecting. She said she’d think about
it. A year later we got together at a reunion arranged by a third party
14 years we rearmed our relationship. We have been reconnected now for
another 24years and have gone do much together . We even laugh about it
in conversation. It comes up when referring to something from that time
period. I refer to it ” her missing years” like Jesus. I’m so glad we
reconnected .


Kristin Decker October 8, 201611:28 AM

Journaling:

I journaled every day through the course of my divorce and I looked at it not too long ago and it actually made me physically sick.

I need to clean out the closet and start a bonfire !
A lot of boring content and much ado about nothing

My Dad had a work journal where he wrote down everything that happened on his job. He started it back in the 60’s. An “old-timer” told him it was something he should do for reference. He even kept it up when he got hurt on the job and kept notes about doctors appointment and such. Sadly he passed at the age of 67 seven years ago and we cherish them.

My mom is 92 she has kept a journal since she was 10, she wants it read at her death. Roberts IL

Journals early 20’s, through 30’s. Dating, marriage and kids’ births (I’m 55 now). Re-read them, realized how much I’d forgotten. THEN SHREDDED!!! Female listener.

I threw my journals out when I turned 73 last summer. Started journaling after my husband died in 2001 and I threw them away because I didn’t want anybody to read some of the things I had written,especially my family

I have my grandmother’s journal that my mom kept up after she passed. I keep the journal now. Interesting reading.