cityjaneLondon wrote: »
We all like pretty photos, don't we.
This was sent to me on WhatsApp this morning from our friends in Cornwall. She went for a walk first thing down to Chapel Porth. One of my favourite places in all the world. The tall building is a pump engine house for the old tin mine. Love it. I have walked along there in spring, summer and autumn many times. Never in winter.
Love Heather UK xxxxxxxx
sh0tzz99 wrote: »
Don't get me wrong...my top priority is how I feel about the dentist. I would not put the tools as the highest factor. I had a dentist I liked for about 10 years. He retired and sold his practice to an dentist I did not get a good vibe from. I found another dentist that I really like. It just so happens that she has all the newest tools and devices.
Tina in CA
sh0tzz99 wrote: »
The mister got his first jab of the covid vaccine on Thursday. My advice, if they ask you what arm you want it in, choose your non-dominant arm. He didn't and could not lift his dominant arm for 24 hours. He also got "flu-ish" for a day.
It's a great day to sit inside and read. Rain all day!
Tina in normally sunny CA
barbiecat wrote: »
I think I'm better off just being grateful for the home I own and live in now.Bananas, there's a lot to be said for trusting your instincts about choosing the dentist. I chose a dentist once because his ad in the yellow pages seemed warm and comforting. Barbie in NW WA
exermom wrote: »
Bananas – do you REALLY need 2 assistants??? You’re making the right decision
I used a gift card that the soup kitchen had given me for Christmas. Honestly, I was expecting that they only put $5 on it, Vince thought they probably put $10 on it. Turns out they put $15 on it.
Have a container of sour cream that Colby bought that I can’t return (the store won’t take a return except for the same type of item, like if you get Pepper Jack cheese, it has to be for another pepper jack. If the one you are returning is slices and the one you want is a block, then they will exchange that. Please don’t ask me to explain that). Anyway, I want to use up the sour cream so I think I’ll make Vince a sour cream banana bread today.
Snowflake1968 wrote: »
We haven’t had dinner at a friends house in probably close to 10 years unless it was a holiday thing. Ever since social media became the norm it seems people choose not to be social in the real world. I’m saying that but as I’m typing I started thinking about my girls, they were teens when Facebook came out Lauryn grade 12 and Kaitlyn grade 10, in normal times they actually do have dinners with their friends in homes quite regularly. Maybe because of younger children, less money or maybe they miss physical socializing more than we do. I haven’t even had a friend for a coffee for probably 3 years.
I have heard from my cousin today, my fears were confirmed. I think she is sorry she survived and upset that her husband got to her in time. She is still in hospital and I hope he stays there until she gets the help she needs. I don’t think it had anything to do with her marriage, it seems it’s all her health issues that are not easing off.
Rodger installed the new dishwasher today and I’ve ran the first load through. When it is done I will check the dishes. It was much quieter.
I had my first physio appointment today. I have to return on Tuesday and Saturday next week as well. I was correct in my diagnosis and my right hip is frozen and that is causing all of my issues. She gave me one exercise to do once every 3 hours while I’m icing it. The rest of the time she told me to continue what I was doing, that we need to take it slowly. We are starting with 6 weeks of treatment twice a week, thankfully my benefits cover some of it.
I am off for a bath. I found some wonderful bath salts that have CBD and THC in them and they relieve me of pain for about two hours after I’ve gotten out of the tub.
Tracey in Edmonton
Machka9 wrote: »
At about 6 am ...
We're hosting/organising a 600 km randonnee this weekend. 600 km in 40 hours including all breaks. That spot is 400 km into the ride.
Machka in Oz
ginnytez wrote: »
Julie-never gone commando, but now you have me thinking about it! Thanks for sharing Times article. I do not miss grading!
One thing to gain in 2021? Being physically present with my kids and grandkids! I miss those hugs.
Busy week this week. Worked on doors more today. Got some basics done around the house. Took break from exercise. New routine is working my arms and core-not too sore but can tell I am working muscles.
Have second half of congregation meeting tomorrow. Since I am currently council president, I will go into church for that. We only have around 20 or so that attend service in person. Meeting is set up for in-person and zoom. Will be easier if I am present. ...
Ginny in Ohio
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