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Time Doesn’t Make Things Easier

  Time Doesn’t Make Things Easier Written by: Jill Sheets I thought time Would make things easier. Well it doesn't. It has been a year and it still feels the same. Missing you. Needing to talk to you. Wanting your advice. I still cry. I know you could not  have givens us  a heads up. But if you did we would have done  things differently.  We would have spent more time together soaked up any advice ask more questions about family Anything we wanted to know. I miss you. Wish you were here.

Who I Would Love to Have Dinner With

 Who I Would Love to Have Dinner With  Written By: Jill Sheets Source: Before I begin talking about who I would love to have dinner with, I want to clarify that God and Jesus will always be on my list of people I would love to sit down with.  With that said, there are five other famous people I would be honored to sit down and share a meal with individually. It was hard to narrow down the list.  Source: The first person on my list, and will always be at the top, is actor, voice-over actor, and one of the hosts of “The Shuttlepod Show,” Dominic Keating. If you know me, you know that he is my favorite actor. If you are a Star Trek fan, you know Dominic plays Lieutenant Malcolm Reed on Star Trek: Enterprise. You may have seen him in the sitcom Desmond’s as Tony, as well ask Jungle 2 Jungle, Beowulf, and A Killer Walks

My Biggest Regret

 My Biggest Regret Written by: Jill Sheets source: My biggest regret is having a hysterectomy. I was diagnosed with Endometriosis and Endosalpingiosis in Oct 2004. I was 28, almost 29. My mom and Doctor tried to talk me out of the hysterectomy, but I was stubborn and thought this was the only way to do it. I was in so much pain, and I was raising my daughter. I did not feel that I would be able to raise her right with me being in so much pain. On top of that, I was going through a divorce. I did not think I would ever find someone that loved me for who I am and would love my daughter as much as I do. I made a big mistake and couldn't reverse what was done. If only I had listened and went on birth control. I would not be beating myself up. My mom even agreed with the Doctor that I should go on it. They said that there could be a chance I would want to have more kids. They were right. I finally found someone who loves me and my daughter the way I d