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I wish I can say to you that I am a okay but honestly this past few weeks has been a rollercoaster ride. I feel so distant and in pain. I know that what’s going on right now is just temporary and just a little bit more time you will be able to get back on your feet where you left them.

I am wishing for the nights to turn into day so that no argument will take place. That’s how bad I feel when night falls. I am trying my best here to be as patient and understanding as possible but please show that you are also trying your best to put things back like the way it used to be.

While walking last night this thoughts just hit me hard. Seems like you are losing hope and clinging to the past. That moving forward seems so hard and slow.

I know I need to stay strong and focus into something that is more positive. I am trying my best and hope you are too.

I just worry what’s going to happen tomorrow and the rest of the days after that. Can you blame me for feeling this way? Seems like a a lot of our friends and even families are keeping their distance and of course we already know why.

It’s okay I know all of this has a reason and a solution. I just we will be able to find the solution soon enough to save us.

“Past is past, what’s important is now and let the future be told.”

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Olive Oil

Bottle of olive oil

“Olive oil is a good lubricant because its molecules easily slide past one another, thereby helping solid objects to overcome friction,” says Wolke. “Its film also fills up microscopic rough spots in surfaces, making them look polished and shiny.”

Use Olive Oil to:

1. Shave. Olive oil can provide a closer shave when used in place of shaving cream.
2. Shine stainless steel. Many cleaning standbys, such as ammonia, can dull and even corrode chrome and stainless steel. Olive oil, however, is a safe and effective shining agent.
3. Remove eye makeup. Dab a little under the eyes and rinse off with a washcloth.
4. Prevent wax from sticking to a candle holder. Rub a thin coat on the base of the holder before inserting a candle. Dripped wax should peel away easily.
5. Care for your pet. Add 1/8 to 1/4 teaspoon to your cat’s food to help prevent hair balls.
6. Moisturize cuticles. Apply a small amount of olive oil to the nail beds.
7. Treat dry skin. Rub a thin layer over the skin after a shower or a waxing.
8. Unstick a zipper. Using a Q-tip, apply a drop to lubricate the teeth. (Avoid touching the fabric.) The zipper should move up and down freely.
9. Dust wooden furniture. Apply a bit of oil to a cloth and wipe.
10. Silence squeaky doors. Lubricate hinges by applying a small dab to a cloth, then wiping the top of the hinges so that the oil runs down the sides.