Wordy Wednesday

While we did manage to get through one of the most unpleasant election cycles in modern history we must now begin to comprehend what exactly just happened and go from here. I don’t know about you, but my skin is raw from constantly having to scrub the stench off of it. For now, I’m taking my cue from Sam and trying to to figure out what all this means. Fair warning, posts may be intermittent and/or grim for a while. 😦

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46 thoughts on “Wordy Wednesday

  1. alexalily

    grieving is a process that I’m going to be working through for the days to come. I have no choice but to accept the decision that has been made. but I grieve for myself, all of us who had hopes for a better future and I grieve for our nation.
    there is a blog bedlamfarm.com where he wrote a piece called a meditation on grief. his words seemed to sum up what so many of us are feeling in a non-judgmental , non-poltic way.
    i found great comfort reading it and wanted to pass it on in hopes of sharing that comfort to all of us, men and woman alike sharing the feelings of shock grief and whatever other feelings you maybe experiencing.
    hugs to everyone.

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    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      I think we all will be processing this for some time. I’ll check out the post. While I hope for the best, I am expecting far less and need all things as positive as possible. Know we share your thoughts and offer the Ranch as a sanctuary to all those who need one. ღ

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  2. Susan

    I feel for you all. There is so much hatred in the world, and when it parks outside your front door and sits on your doorstep it can be overwhelming. This morning I watched Hillary’s speech of concession, and it lifted my spirits somewhat. Despite everything, there is always hope. And pets, of course – give Sam an extra hug just for being there…

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  3. Miss Harper Lee

    Our grey skies today reflect the grey mood. When my little sister, Tallulah Bee and my human mommy were walking this morning, a lady came running toward Tallulah and said, “Awwwww, something to make us smile.” I have a feeling we’re all going to need a lot of pet therapy. We live in a bright blue dot in the middle of a red sea. Sad, frustrating, and scary to be surrounded by so much hate.

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  4. alexalily

    heard the outcome early this morning. shock..kicked in the stomach feeling which still lingers.
    was there that many people who prefer a bully over a woman. i realize theres more to then that but just wondering.
    as for woman and other minority rights..I’m just terrified about the next 4 years. I know the fear in myself will die down but not so sure how long it will be before I adjust to the new normal.
    I worry about how the rest of world views us. So much for the dignity of the white house and diplomancy.
    I did’nt watch last night nor will i watch the swearing in ceremony.
    these feelings we are all expressing here and else where are a freedom that can’t be taken from us. at least we have that.
    as for myself the longest hottest shower wouldn’t make me feel any less violated. i won’t allow that feeling and the feeling of fear to take root in my soul but for a couple days I’m hunkering down in bed with reading and sleeping till the worst of thhe shock has passed.
    hugs of comfort to us all from me.

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  5. Dakota/Caren/Cody

    Sending you (((hugs))) and love. I feel the same. I have phone calls to make for my second job today and I think I am going to do them all tomorrow. I also have a blog post I HAVE to write for tomorrow and I am just not motivated to do anything. I am angry, depressed, I keep praying this was all a bad dream………….xoxoxo

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    1. Tails Around the Ranch Post author

      Back atcha. I can’t eat, sleep or function. Learning to live with this decision is gonna be very, difficult. Can’t even begin to calculate how long shame will be my only emotion. Who’d have thought that bigotry, lies and fear would be preferable. Let the bullying begin. Woe to the rest of us. Hugs and puppy kisses.

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  6. Amy

    I awoke this morning at 4 and checked the results. Then I woke Jeff. Neither of us has slept since then. I may never sleep again. I am listening to a song, “There is light at the end of the tunnel.” It helps.

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      1. Amy

        Yes, that is what keeps making me feel so very sad. And either total disregard of his hate or haters themselves. I lay in bed thinking, the KKK has shed their white robes and donned I Voted for Trump shirts. 😦

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  7. lapaylor

    I now have a person to represent me as an American to the world, who’s behavior makes me physically sick. Let the world know I voted for the one who knows the constitution

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  8. colinandray

    Life was, still is, and always will be…………. choices. You can choose to accept your new Pres, or you can choose not to. You can choose to accept that he represents the greater number of voters,. or you can choose to believe devious workings. You can choose to go along with whatever policy changes are proposed and new policies submitted, or can can voice your objections. The bottom line is what is the least stressful for you because, so many people get so involved that their health suffers…. and that does not solve anybody’s problems!

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