Machka9 wrote: »
Give me a few books, my camera, a bicycle or cross-country skis (depending on the weather conditions) and good walking shoes ... and I'm set. Bring it on!
M in Oz
bananasandoranges wrote: »
@machka9 wow that is super weird that you can have to pay for some sort of complaint (dog or otherwise). that sounds very mercenary. privatising police force, so to speak. so you have to have money available to have legal rights defended. Not everyone has 65 dollars handy. And probably many many are not wiling to front it for the possible investigation of dog barking...wow!
KJLaMore wrote: »
Happy Sunday all! Kind of a busy weekend, doing all of the weekend stuff (shopping, cleaning, cooking and planning for next week). I did sit down last night and began watching a docuseries on Netflix; Pretend It's A City. It is basically Fran Lebowitz talking to/being interviewed by Martin Scorsese. I am really enjoying it. Very entertaining to hear Fran talk about life in New York City, from her p.o.v.Viv- Sorry about your fall! Hope you are feeling better! Sending healing hugs your way!Allie- Happy to hear from you and glad you are up and moving after surgery #2! Sending healing hugs to you as well!Pip- Happy birthday to Yogi! Such a handsome guy! Is the photo of the two dogs laying together Rocky and Bullwinkle?Heather- Nelly is adorable! I am sure the kids are over the moon about her!Machka- Sorry about the dog noise! It is irritating! One of my neighbors had a dog that they would let out at night and the poor thing would bark all night. They ended up finding another home for the dog. Good for me; good for the dog. lol
I am loving all of the chat your questions are prompting!What makes me laugh: Well, I posted that elevator video, Jenny Lawson and Nora Ephron books, my youngest son can always get me going.What would I like to learn: I would love to learn how to build things; so I guess carpentry/wood shop class. I would also love to learn how to weld and work with metals and glass. I like to learn new things, but I know some things aren't sympathetic with my personality. I would love to learn to knit or crochet; but I don't think I would do much of it. I like the more powerful feel of power tools. lolWhat could I give an lecture on (with no preparation): Children ages newborn to age 5, especially their brain development. I love reading, learning and watching shows on children's brains; but I am amazed that scientists are JUST discovering things that mothers and caregivers have known about for a long time.My first job- Other than babysitting, my first REAL job that I had to apply for and be interviewed for, was when I was 15, I worked for a department store dressing mannequins. This is where I learned the all important skill of tying men's ties. (bow ties, assorted sized neck ties, bolo ties, western ties, ascot, and scarf).Barbara- I love the fact that Joe is asking you to join him in different tasks! This is where Tim and I are, relationship-wise, as well. I got a giggle as you wrote of your writing being interrupted. As much as I love Tim and am happy he is including me in things, this morning I wanted to kill him, as he accosted me with talk as soon as I got out of bed. Talk, talk, talk, while I made my first cup of coffee and tried to respond coherently. Then he got mad when I had to make the obligatory trip to the bathroom after my first sip. I pretty much shouted at him "I JUST WOKE UP!! THIS IS HOW MY BODY WORKS!" lol
(This is what happens when the night owl is still awake when the early bird wakes up)Penny- So happy to see your posts! I have a question for you; do you have a larger sense of peace and contentment at one of your residences? Like, does one just feel more "Aaaah, I am home" than the other? Just curious...
Well, today is paperwork day as I prepare for next week with the kids. I better scoot and get some things done. ttfn xoxoxo KJ (Kelly)
cityjaneLondon wrote: »
Lisa - You obviously have good medical reasons for taking prescribed supplements. Your case is exceptional. Most people with perfectly good diets are taking them because of the advertising. I have watched many programmes on health and not one recommends supplements for the average person, apart from Vit D. The body is perfectly capable of getting everything it needs from a balanced diet. That diet does include vegetables and fruits though. Our gut microbiome is dependent on them for the fibre the microbes need. It’s not just about vitamins. As you know only too well, we can't be healthy without a healthy gut. It is essential to our immune system and our mental health. And weight control.
I am currently eating around 7 portions of fruit and veg a day. Nearly always wholegrain bread. Yoghurt.
Tonight is sea bass with a big helping of mashed rutabaga with carrot. Broccoli. Mushroom sauce. Dessert is stewed plums with yoghurt. Then I will have a small portion of cheddar cheese. One toffee. A F wine.
Do you take a fibre supplement? How are you managing to restore a healthy microbiome after your awful recent episode?
Lots of love, Heather UK xxxxxxxx
grandmallie wrote: »
Judefit1-yes had open heart surgery for mitral valve repair in November, left hospital Dec 11th,ended up back here with pneumonia and an infection they cant figure out.. then they tell me the repair the didnt work and they have to redo it...ugh..will have to say both 2020 and 2021 havent been my favorite..
Machka9 wrote: »
Getting to know you question ...What was your first job?
Machka in Oz
Machka9 wrote: »
WHO prescriptions for a healthy and green recovery from COVID-19https://www.facebook.com/WHO/videos/988002711609126
M in Oz
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