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  • cdubks88cdubks88 Posts: 2,737Member Member Posts: 2,737Member Member
    cdubks88 wrote: »
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    Getting hungry

    come here you - i'm making haddock, tartar sauce, baked potatoes and roast veggies. ;)

    Tried Haddock for the first time in Boston. It was great!

    Do you remember where? I'm from Boston, but left 10-yrs ago. Just curious if the old ones I know are still around.

    @TarryTaffyTwo

    We stayed around Dorchester and there was a diner there. It was a really cool little spot. Great food. We ate there three times on the trip.

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    Thx. Oh, of course. It's well known & great food. Didn't know there was 1 in Dot, cuz I used to live near there, in South Boston. I'd been to the one on the North Shore... Natick or Framingham. GREAT homecooked food.

    That's probably the one you're talking about. It's closer to South Boston. We were closer to it than Dorcester....

    Jeez, it's amazing how much I've forgotten... been gone for 10-yrs, but I bloody grew up there. :blush: Just looked it up... it's on Mass Ave. That's in the S. End (S. Bay area) aka Dorchester, which isn't S. Boston (Southie), but it is the border of Dot/Southie/Roxbury. How's that for confusing... but yes, all the borders are close.

    That area was very rough when I was younger, so we didn't go often. It's since been gentrified. Lots of changes.

    I do recall they had good meatloaf & roast beef dinners. Would you go back again? Or, do you prefer to try different places whenever you visit the same town?

    Yeah, the neighborhood thing there was pretty crazy. Everything crossing over this way and then you're in Dorchester....we stayed literally 5 minutes from that place, so it was very convenient.

    I'd absolutely go back again to eat there if we are ever in the area. We had breakfast once and dinner twice. Different meals every time. Food and the service was fantastic. 😁😊
  • 1sphere1sphere Posts: 3,723Member Member Posts: 3,723Member Member
    trying to get my dopamine up w/o video games, and w/o love from others. Could try and find good things to watch...or read...
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,924Member Member Posts: 9,924Member Member
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    Cool!

    Part of our family games last night...

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  • _Miss_chievous__Miss_chievous_ Posts: 2,459Member Member Posts: 2,459Member Member
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    Cool!

    Part of our family games last night...

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    I love games and board games so much , we've been playing alot in the last week. It's nice to really disconnect a little and spend quality time together. Also... I LOVE your cards 😍❤
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,924Member Member Posts: 9,924Member Member
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    Cool!

    Part of our family games last night...

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    I love games and board games so much , we've been playing alot in the last week. It's nice to really disconnect a little and spend quality time together. Also... I LOVE your cards 😍❤

    Aren't they sick af...

    It's crazy hard with new waxed cards but I've completed 3 levels before... With an unwaxed deck, I've completed I think 7 levels once...
  • honeybee__12honeybee__12 Posts: 11,265Member, Premium Member Posts: 11,265Member, Premium Member
  • Reckoner69_lmaoReckoner69_lmao Posts: 191Member Member Posts: 191Member Member
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    Omg I wanna knock that over so bad

    I think I’ve been “distancing” too long
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 3,115Member Member Posts: 3,115Member Member
    Watching movies, drinking mimosas & enjoying time with the family without needing to go out for anything. It’s actually a huge change from my fast pace life.
  • Tigg_erTigg_er Posts: 17,306Member Member Posts: 17,306Member Member
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    Are you going fishing :)
  • Tigg_erTigg_er Posts: 17,306Member Member Posts: 17,306Member Member
    Watching movies, drinking mimosas & enjoying time with the family without needing to go out for anything. It’s actually a huge change from my fast pace life.

    Its nice to just lay back every once an a while
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 3,115Member Member Posts: 3,115Member Member
    Tigg_er wrote: »
    Watching movies, drinking mimosas & enjoying time with the family without needing to go out for anything. It’s actually a huge change from my fast pace life.

    Its nice to just lay back every once an a while

    It feels weird. Like I need to be doing something.
  • Tigg_erTigg_er Posts: 17,306Member Member Posts: 17,306Member Member
    Tigg_er wrote: »
    Watching movies, drinking mimosas & enjoying time with the family without needing to go out for anything. It’s actually a huge change from my fast pace life.

    Its nice to just lay back every once an a while

    It feels weird. Like I need to be doing something.

    Lol you are doing something ,, your relaxing and enjoying life a little bit :)
  • mommabear4315mommabear4315 Posts: 3,115Member Member Posts: 3,115Member Member
    Tigg_er wrote: »
    Tigg_er wrote: »
    Watching movies, drinking mimosas & enjoying time with the family without needing to go out for anything. It’s actually a huge change from my fast pace life.

    Its nice to just lay back every once an a while

    It feels weird. Like I need to be doing something.

    Lol you are doing something ,, your relaxing and enjoying life a little bit :)

    You’re absolutely right. At least I’m not getting into trouble ...yet. Lmao
  • Tigg_erTigg_er Posts: 17,306Member Member Posts: 17,306Member Member
    Getting into troubles , not bad ,, getting caught is :D
  • _Miss_chievous__Miss_chievous_ Posts: 2,459Member Member Posts: 2,459Member Member
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    Omg I wanna knock that over so bad

    I think I’ve been “distancing” too long

    🤣 how dare you 🙅‍♀️
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,924Member Member Posts: 9,924Member Member
    So I just got back from a walk with the fam...

    It's quite as a mouse out and the park is empty...

    We listened to an audiobook I got years ago, the Seal Survival Guide...

    In it there is a chapter on how to survive a pandemic... It's pretty grim honestly, but so far everything he had said has pretty much come true...

    The second half was what would happen if things got worse, like how much food you need not to starve and all...

    Anyhow... It's a great read and if you don't know how to spend your audible points atm... It's a great read
  • that_night_in_paristhat_night_in_paris Posts: 161Member Member Posts: 161Member Member
    So I just got back from a walk with the fam...

    It's quite as a mouse out and the park is empty...

    We listened to an audiobook I got years ago, the Seal Survival Guide...

    In it there is a chapter on how to survive a pandemic... It's pretty grim honestly, but so far everything he had said has pretty much come true...

    The second half was what would happen if things got worse, like how much food you need not to starve and all...

    Anyhow... It's a great read and if you don't know how to spend your audible points atm... It's a great read
    are we gonna die
  • _Miss_chievous__Miss_chievous_ Posts: 2,459Member Member Posts: 2,459Member Member
    So I just got back from a walk with the fam...

    It's quite as a mouse out and the park is empty...

    We listened to an audiobook I got years ago, the Seal Survival Guide...

    In it there is a chapter on how to survive a pandemic... It's pretty grim honestly, but so far everything he had said has pretty much come true...

    The second half was what would happen if things got worse, like how much food you need not to starve and all...

    Anyhow... It's a great read and if you don't know how to spend your audible points atm... It's a great read
    are we gonna die

    Yes
  • Mr_Healthy_HabitsMr_Healthy_Habits Posts: 9,924Member Member Posts: 9,924Member Member
    So I just got back from a walk with the fam...

    It's quite as a mouse out and the park is empty...

    We listened to an audiobook I got years ago, the Seal Survival Guide...

    In it there is a chapter on how to survive a pandemic... It's pretty grim honestly, but so far everything he had said has pretty much come true...

    The second half was what would happen if things got worse, like how much food you need not to starve and all...

    Anyhow... It's a great read and if you don't know how to spend your audible points atm... It's a great read
    are we gonna die

    I don't think it's serious yet honestly, not here anywhere... It's just all the measures we have to take to make sure things don't get worse...

    One thing I did learn from listening was...

    3ft under is enough to prevent bacteria from reaching the surface, however 6ft is preferable so that wild life can't dig you up... And not near any water or resources

    Make sure to mark the grave and use as much ppe as possible... I think he also said that cremation high up on a platform is preferable for things transmittable through blood...
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