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#841387 added February 14, 2015 at 12:09pm
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Reading A Man's Mind
Prompt: It is easier for a woman to read a man's mind then it is for a man to read a woman's mind. Do you agree or disagree?

I am not sure. I always know what my husband is thinking and other guys I have known as well. My husband says he knows me like a book. I always remind him THAT HE doesn't read books except for tractor books. I know when my husband is a bad day and is quiet. Facial expressions say more then words. A gesture from a man can make us read his mind. There are some men's minds I couldn't read because if I would have, he wouldn't have been a boyfriend. I think we have to get to know a person before we read their minds. I don't know if it is easier for a woman to read a man's mind. Depends on if you already know the man is a jerk or what kind of person he already is.

Today is Valentines Day. I got 2 red garnet stones for Valentines Day and a cute little brown Teddy Bear and a small white Teddy Bear. It is snowing, blowing and drifting but this happens in Indiana. We had no dinner plans. Life.

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