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Conversation Between Tikibirds and earthworm88
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  1. earthworm88
    08-31-2011 09:34 AM - permalink
    Oh that's really too bad. A lot of people would love to live in Long Island, especially if it's in a good neighborhood and a ready made house Hopefully he will change his mind. I never thought I would love NYC either, but one grows to love it just the same. May be one day he will change his mind. But home is where the heart is, so wherever you guys end up, I am sure it will be fantastic
  2. Tikibirds
    08-31-2011 09:17 AM - permalink
    I dont think he would ever move to NYC. I have tried a few times to get him to move to Long Island because my grandmother's house has been empty since she died last Feb. It has a nice yard and is in a good neighborhood (unlike where I live now) but he does not seem interested.
  3. earthworm88
    08-31-2011 08:53 AM - permalink
    I Love New York! just gotta put that in. Seems like eons ago when I lived there. I still go back once a year to visit etc and I so miss the awesome Chinese food in Flushing (Downtown is good, but only likes a couple places).

    Will you guys be going to NYC then or wherever your BF ends up? That's some dedication and devotion on your part
  4. Tikibirds
    08-31-2011 08:43 AM - permalink
    Nope, I am a native of New York City. I came to alaska in 2000 as part of a college exchange program. I don't do so well in winter here. Too dark and too cold and I get depressed. They sell lights that help replicate natural sunlight but they dont seem to work for me. I hope to leave alaska this year...just waiting for the boyfriend to get his PHD...
  5. earthworm88
    08-31-2011 08:20 AM - permalink
    OMG...seriously?! I would have a major case of SADD for sure! And it is BRRRRRRRRRRRR! I would love 65F...without the negative in front of it! lol

    Are you an Alaskan native? I would love to visit one day, but I don't think I can ever survive there. I would die of depression lol
  6. Tikibirds
    08-31-2011 07:48 AM - permalink
    We did have 24 hours of daylight but this time of year each day has about 6 minutes less of daylight then the day before. In december the sun rises at 11 AM and sets at 2 PM, It can get as cold as -65F in winter

    It wont let me post a website link, I'll see if I can send it by a private message
  7. earthworm88
    08-31-2011 07:34 AM - permalink
    earthworm88 must be a night owl. Wait...isn't it daylight most of the time in Alaska now? Can't imagine having to work till so late...I am a pig, I like my beauty sleep lol

    Oh cool....have you got the link for the youtube?

    I am still getting a hang of this forum thingy...not sure what goes where lol
  8. Tikibirds
    08-31-2011 07:22 AM - permalink
    I don't get home from work till about 1 AM and I am usually up till 6 AM Alaska time. Most of the people I chat with in forums are not located in North America unless they are up really early in the morning!

    I hope Lucky gets better. He was the first "sick" fish I helped.
    He has his own youtube music video too
  9. earthworm88
    08-31-2011 07:10 AM - permalink
    Hey Tikibirds, thanks for adding me
    Don't know how you do it, to be still up so late (or shall I say early? )
    Good luck with your Lucky! *cross my fingers and toes for ya*
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