exermom wrote: »
M – can you tell me more about Toastmasters? You can even PM me. Is there a fee at the meetings? Are you given certain speeches? Do you do other things besides giving speeches? Like what? How long do the meetings usually last?
okiewoman510 wrote: »
Rye - Let me know when the brain catches up I still gravitate to the plus sizes and I’ve been this size for 6+ months.
KetoneKaren wrote: »
Machka Yay for comfortable cheap shoes! I wear Crocs. To me, they are like walking on a cloud. I throw them away when my knees or feet start hurting. Every night the pair I am wearing goes into the washing machine. I work in a medical environment, so everything goes in the washer after work.
auntiebk wrote: »
Mama impatiently corrected Papa's usage all the time. Wish such correctors could see the pain they cause? An adult's usage is what it is and unlikely to change. Such feedback should be provided only if someone is actively trying to standardize their speech and has asked for such help. Mama corrected me as a child, appropriately, which gave me a good foundation for which I'm grateful. I sure resented how she treated Papa. Time to use some of that assertiveness training on your husband. Either he finds a humorous/acceptable way to alert you to your non-standard usages, or he says NOTHING. Woof! Didn't realize I was so passionate about this topic.
Barbie I'm afraid to sign up for the Be more with less challenge. Pretty sure I could make do with only 33 wardrobe items for 3 months, but then would the fashion and declutter police make me get rid of everything else? Oh NOOOOOO!
1948Peachy wrote: »
Went to Lowes and purchased a new refrigerator (Frigidaire) with French doors and a 3rd drawer. Will be delivered tomorrow. Right now we have 4 coolers filled with food and ice. Don't know how much we will have to throw out. Just thankful that we are blessed and have the ability to deal with these things that just happen if you own a home.
Just purchased a pair of Crocs on Amazon. Hoping they will fit!
Carol in GA
barbiecat wrote: »
I wore high heels to work for years and one day made a change in my wardrobe and bought a pair of Mary Jane's to wear with my dresses and got rid of all the high heels. I put them in the "dress up" center in my first grade classroom and enjoyed watching children wearing them for fun with the prom dresses I bought at thrift shops.
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