Mother Looking for Missing Expat Son in Siem Reap

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Re: Mother Looking for Missing Expat Son in Siem Reap

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Mariam
Great!!!

Chicken , :please: for everyone's sake crawl back to 440.
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Yea, for sure.....coming from a boring Thai expat.
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ladymariam wrote:I have good news. I was able to track him down and he's ok.
Awesome! Glad you find him so quickly, and nice talking to you.
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Miriam,

Good news , glad it was a nice happy ending

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I do like this forum but currently it is descending into a pre-pubescent bitch fight. I will not point a finger, as this would just continue something that should have ended pages ago but suffice to say:

If you're feathers are ruffled, preen yourself and get over it.

If you're in a strop, take a moment, regroup your thoughts and return to the flock.


and

If you find yourself in a hole of you're own making, stop digging

Then we can all get on in a nice way again (there is a chat room for bitch-battles and 440 reasons why we do not need it here)

There are more important issues facing us, like wet peasant kids on the streets of Wigan

Thank you
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ladymariam wrote:I have good news. I was able to track him down and he's ok. Sometimes we go weeks without contact, but it was just these circumstances that didn't seem right.

Thank you, everyone.
Good to hear.
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If you're Wigan out, try injecting some humor! Nice one, Ed!
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ladymariam wrote:I have good news. I was able to track him down and he's ok. Sometimes we go weeks without contact, but it was just these circumstances that didn't seem right.

Thank you, everyone.

Yes, he is the one that was shot a few years ago. He actually didn't want to back to the US, but I told him it was best at that time. I think I mentioned he's been living here now since August of last year. He's doing good this time around.
Really good to hear this, laydmariam, I am not a parent, but it must be hell to go through shit like this!
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Great news Ladymariam!
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EdinWigan wrote:

If you're feathers are ruffled, preen yourself and get over it.

If you're in a strop, take a moment, regroup your thoughts and return to the flock.


and

If you find yourself in a hole of you're own making, stop digging
LMMFAO! ! That was good!
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