RubyRed427 wrote: »
Thank you @Up_n_Running and @JenT304 Thanks for your feedback. You are both very special to me.
I like your tips, FooFoo! I chuckled when you said I am missing out...... A HANGOVER!
You have helped me so much.
mtngrl3 wrote: »
donimfp wrote: »
@LoveyChar, thank you for posting that. It's a saying I've heard since I was a little kid, but it's worth coming back to. What I can't change is the passage of time and the advancing of age (with any luck!). But what I can change is how I navigate and spend the passing time and how I age (to a great extent). As with all of us here, the big variable is drinking. Whether or not I have the courage to change that--something I can definitely change--will determine how successfully and serenely I deal with those things I can't change. And yes, it takes a bit of wisdom to remember what I can and cannot control. Sometimes it feels like alcohol is uncontrollable. But it isn't. This is a good reminder.
JenT304 wrote: »
@LoveyChar after reading your comment and looking at my own hands, I went online to see what to use for age spots. There are quite a few potions out there and some are very expensive. One thing I saw was, "mix equal parts apple cider vinegar and water and pat on with cotton ball, paper towel" etc. I had that on hand so mixed 1 tablespoon of each together. I will do this consistently for a while and see how it goes.
Up_n_Running wrote: »
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