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HippieChick58 comments on Mar 19, 2019:
Mustard. I don't like mustard on much of anything.
My mom is threatening not to come to my wedding because it's not a religious ceremony. sigh
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
My humble opinion is that if you aren't ready to stand up to mom and make your own decisions, you're not ready to get married. Time to tell mama that you are your own person and if she doesn't come you'll miss her, (and if she gives you any more grief she will not be invited over to see the babies when/if any arrive.) Your mom is using emotional blackmail, I think it is despicable, and the only way to end it is to stand your ground.
Has profanity become the normal way to communicate? I was around sailors and union workers when I ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
It is not acceptable in a business office, so in my little corner of the world it is not acceptable. However, get me in traffic and.....
[yahoo.com] 7 US Military members are discovered to be White Nationalists. - Do you think they ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
No, but they should be discharged, possibly less than an honorable discharge. That is not acceptable, and not conductive to morale.
'Ya think there might have been a photo shop?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
Is that really Barron?
Interesting conversation this morning out on the front lawn. Old gentleman who's renovating my ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
I have several relatives and former relatives that were LEOs. As long as they are not abusing their position I think they are fine folks. It is those bad damn apples that give everyone a bad name.
NINCOMPOOP. - Noun....a foolish or stupid person. Synonyms; idiot, fool, half-wit, cretin, ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
I love this word! I've heard it alot and it says it so well.
Here he is Again Hit the road jack Jack 4 me
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
Jack is busy putting out comments on a several posts, just a few words. His bio is careless, missing words and irregular capitalizations. I think I've seen someone as a corrosion expert before, yet a 2 year degree... hmmmmm.
Lost another dear family member to alzheimer's today, I am very sad?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 18, 2019:
Alzheimer's is my worst fear. It strips away all that makes you you and leaves a shell. It's cruel, especially to the families.
Not sure I want to watch this...(anymore)
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
You couldn't pay me to watch it.
For believers of trumpafarium values "Yes, please explain to me once again how our twice-divorced, ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
the only explanation I can find is we've died and gone to hell. The xians were right, there is a hell.
The grass is always greener on the other side of the fence!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Childless folks see babies everywhere.
Cats version of West Side Story!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Can you imagine the damage if they did have thumbs?!
May the Leprechauns be near you??☘
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Erin go Bragh
Wishing everyone out there a happy St Patty's Day.??
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Erin go Bragh
From giants to baboons
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Wow, thanks for posting!!
St. Patrick's Day was not celebrated where I grew up, along the coast of the North Sea in Germany. ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
He couldn't have been very tasty, he was 84 years old... kinda grisly.
Finding a partner who shares the same hobbies is a challenge, to say the least. What’s one hobby ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 17, 2019:
Many of my hobbies are solo endeavors, I sew, stitch, read. With reading it is interesting to read the same book and discuss. In fact a future partner needs to be a reader. I don't want someone that is joined at the hip with me. I need my alone time, and he should have/need his alone time. When we're together we can do things we both enjoy and that might change frequently.
Feel free to save this and share it whenever someone doesn't understand the signs of mental illness....
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
I once asked a psychiatrist what the difference was between bipolar and normal teenaged angst. He did not give me a good answer, he just kind of shrugged. Seriously, his name was Dr. Sonnenschein, which translates to Dr. Sunshine. He was not, and IMHO should never have been working with teenagers. It is really hard to determine if it is a passing thing, or a serious disorder.
the images in southwestern art of rain columns and clouds are not just all fancy
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
Very nice!
more mammata
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
Very dramatic!
Cat schizophrenia?or one bad ass cat :)
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
My grandmother's neighborhood had a bully cat. The cat had a spin in a dryer, and when he came out he was hell on wheels. After a few weeks there were no other male cats in the neighborhood because he ran them off, and he would challenge dogs and they'd go the long way to avoid him. He ruled.
I was listening to an interview today that Terry Gross conducted on NPR with a lady theologian -- a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
That is why I like the American Humanist Association stance of being good without god. I don't know when I developed the mindset that I have, but I strive to be better and to do good. I try to do good for the planet, for my family, and for my fellow man. I have a "mama bear" streak, I look out for my cubs and my broad definition of "my cubs" is anyone who is weak and in need of help. When I looked at scriptures with an eye open for fair treatment of the weaker, I was dismayed. I think that is when my fall from xianity was accelerated.
[theonion.com] Happy St. Patrick's Day! :-D
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
On Sunday my Humanist group has a book club that meets at an Irish Pub. This week we will be at a member's home as the pub will be CROWDED! And noisy. In fact our server was telling us from Thursday to late Sunday they expect to be packed to the gills.
Looking for an freethinker
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
If you would fill out your profile a tad more it would be helpful, let us know a bit more about you. Welcome to Ag.com.
Ground I thought we'd gained in my lifetime and now I'm not so certain. Sort of says it all. ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
It is kinda amazing how people are so afraid of what is different from what they are. We cannot allow the corporate overlords to win the battle for the intellect of the American people, we can be better than this.
Don't Take Anything Personally. Nothing others do is because of you. What others say and do is a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
People aren't really thinking about you at all. They're mostly lost in their own little worlds and their own dramas. Knowing that is so freeing for me.
Today I'm wearing Red, to show my support for Wales as they take on Ireland in the rugby Six Nations...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
LOL!! I do have forebears from the UK. I don't think there is any Irish, but Scotts and Brits. My great, great grandfather went from Lincoln, England to Lincoln, Nebraska, United States. I'm thinking there was a lack of imagination or something going on. Today I am going to a birthday celebration for lunch, and tomorrow a St. Pat's day brunch. I don't think I have anything green to wear.... Green is not a color I wear very often. Hmmmmm. I may have to get creative.
Are flies attracted to waste matter? Even if it's a Fox news commentator? [youtube.com]
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
To begin with, he makes my skin crawl, with the fly on him.... that is just the stuff of nightmares!
Does anyone have any Rhodochiten seeds? I know I misspelled it, but maybe you can figure out what I ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
Rhodochiton? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rhodochiton_atrosanguineus
Dating profiles, am I right? In reality though, dating profiles are a way of avoiding an awkward ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
If they don't like animals or kids. Is anyone who has had more than a moment's contact with me unaware that I have grandchildren? If someone is going to be part of my life they will need to like kids. And I live with cats. I will always live with at least one cat so they have to love cats. I'd like to have a dog but for now that is not feasible. Picky eaters. I love ethnic foods and new restaurants. If any adult is a picky eater I seriously wonder about them, one of my brothers eats only middle American type foods. I wonder which one of us was adopted. I wanted to take him to an Indian restaurant, we went to Village Inn. My last red flag is when I read in a profile that a male my age likes to shop. I'm not into conspicuous consumption. I don't need the latest and greatest of toys. I live pretty simply.
I once read a mean Ozark joke that I would never say about anyone except perhaps Trump: "He's so ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 16, 2019:
Having spent some time in the Ozarks, that's so apt.
Anyone wanna pay the shipping to see where it is made? [ilovemyfreedoms.com]
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
I just started working again, too many places to better benefit me for my money to go. As much satisfaction as I would derive from a bonfire, nope.
Breaking News; White House Rejects Supremacist Label: “No One Has Done More Than Trump to Prove...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Perfect!
Ignoring the fact that trump seems have forgotten touch up the paint on his hand in this pic, look...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
And look at the color contrast between hands and face. He is one pasty ass white boy fo sho!
This cat is prettier than I'll ever be. ?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Those flowers would last about 1.5 seconds with my cats.
?? Happy Saint Patricks Day everybody ! I'm getting ready for drive to Ferndale, NYS for an ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
My book club usually meets on Sunday at an Irish pub, which from now til Monday will likely be packed and noisy!!! We will forgo that venue and we're meeting at a member's home for potluck. Yeah, I'm boring. I don't get drunk and/or plastered, I am my designated driver. Though when I do drink I am a very cheap drunk... and very quiet because I just want to go to sleep. I am thinking of making a corned beef and cheese dip with bread chunks to take to the potluck.
[facebook.com] a picture from the hood
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Very beautiful!
I did it. I did the thing I said that I was going to do. After so much time of abject fear, and ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
That is a huge step!! Good for you. I went to a debt counselor a few years ago, she pointed out an error in my divorce, I was supposed to be receiving pension money from my ex. I called my lawyer and she was right. He had to pay all the money he hadn't paid for several years. What a difference that made in my life.
I wish I could remember, how many do?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
My toes curled looking at the picture, apparently I still remember!
Date 3: I thought that I posted this last night, but I don't see it. I'm sorry if I'm making a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Sometimes you have to do some weeding. You got this one weeded out. Onward and hopefully upward.
It's okay.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
My mantra is "This too shall pass." The bad days will pass, as will the good days as well. My desire is for homeostasis, which is defined as the tendency toward a relatively stable equilibrium between interdependent elements. IOW balance. I don't want to be too happy or too sad, I don't mind the swings, I do mind the extremes.
[youtu.be] Enjoy ❤
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
I don't know if I have ever heard that before.
I am. I'm pretty sure most of us here are at least "touched":
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
I am sure there are those who think I am bonkers, or mad, or wacked out, crazy, weird, or just any of those combinations. I don't care. I'm to busy doing my thing to worry about what anyone else thinks (except maybe for my boss, and it's good if she thinks I'm a little crazy.) It was very freeing when I stopped caring what others think, and the real truth is that very few people are thinking about you for more than a moment.
Much easier said than done but I have been working on doing several things daily. Hell, I've almost...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 15, 2019:
Baby steps. Start from where you are, and move forward.
Happy Pi Day!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Love it!!
How I feel waiting for my order to arrive... bought some new clothes. :D
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
I know that feeling, I do lots of shopping online. Dealing with lines of people, parking, sales people, standing, weather.... nahh, just stay home and order from the comfort of my living room.
"A dominant misconception among believers is that their atheist brethren are a slavering pack of ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
People don't do research or try to get more information. People are freaking lazy.
Drag Kid "Desmond is Amazing" Why is this not child pornography? Consider the outrage if this were ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Why is there a child in a bar?
Breast cancer is actually 11 different types. Biology is the future wonder science. [bbc.com]
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
Cancer is very complicated.
I ran into this a few years ago. It helped me let out some of the grief and understand myself a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 14, 2019:
I know I'm in trouble when I can't cry.
Always check the dimensions when ordering online.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Perfect for a 1 foot to 1 inch miniature dollhouse.
I think when we hit 120 members, we all do shots
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Seriously, I've never done a shot (that I remember.) I don't see the point. I "understand" it, but.... ew. Give me a glass of wine or a sweet cocktail. I'm a cheap drunk.
What's one thing that a potential date might have in his/her profile that would get your immediate ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Must live in my local area, like cats, be a reader. When I think of it I check out everyone in my local area and let them know about the activities of our Humanist group, especially our First Friday night social get together. Meeting in person is easier with a large group of very friendly people, and I'm VP of the Humanist group so I am interested in finding new members for that group where ever and who ever they may be.
[hrw.org] US Again Cuts Women from State Department’s Human Rights Reports
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
FFS, I am going to have a stroke if this freak is not removed from office soon. He is rolling back all recent advances back to the stone age.
Who remembers doing this as a kid?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Or worse, asking if your refrigerator was running. Or call and ask if Mortimer was there about 100 times, and then someone calls and says, I'm Mortimer, do you have any messages for me? Oh, we were mean kids.
This is for all who suffer...or know someone suffering
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
Studies have shown it is better if you meet the patient where they are, instead of trying to bring them into the present. Alzheimer is a mean disease, it takes the person before it ends the life. I don't want to go that way.
Why the poor pay more for toilet paper — and just about everything else - The Washington Post
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 13, 2019:
There are several ways to save money on, say, a roll of toilet paper. You can reach for the cheaper version: the store brand, or the singly-ply TP, or the stuff that feels like packing paper. Or you can buy in bulk, saving on each roll per unit. Or you can stock up when the deal is good, like when the corner store offers two packs for the price of one. The poor, who need all of these strategies, are much less likely to use the last two. They can't afford to, according to some revealing research by University of Michigan professor Yesim Orhun and Ph.D. student Mike Palazzolo (hat tip to Michigan Radio). Using panel data on more than 100,000 American households over seven years, they tracked purchases of toilet paper, which has the great benefit of being non-perishable and steadily consumed (it's hard to go without, but we also don't use more just because we happen to have more in the house). That's nearly 3 million toilet paper purchases. When Orhun and Palazzolo compared households with similar consumption rates shopping at comparable stores and controlling for two-ply TP they found that the poor were less likely than wealthier households to buy bigger packages, or to time their purchases to take advantage of sales. By failing to do so, they paid about 5.9 percent more per sheet of toilet paper a little less than what they saved by buying cheaper brands in the first place (8.8 percent). Perhaps this sounds like a subtle discovery about minor household goods. But it supports a larger point about poverty: It's expensive to be poor. Or, to state the same from another angle: Having more money gives people the luxury of paying less for things. In the case of toilet paper, or any number of other storable goods like canned tomatoes, rice or paper towels, shoppers have to pay more up front to reap savings over time. And the poor often can't afford to do that to pay $24 for a 30-pack instead of $5 for a four-pack. Then, because they can't stock up, they can't afford to wait until the next sale comes around. When the toilet paper runs out, they have to run to the store for another small quantity of it whatever it costs in that moment. Because they can't use one money-saving strategy, they can't use the other, either. "You can create a poverty trap even around the toilet paper that we study," Orhun says. Middle-class consumers behave quite differently, she adds. "They buy when the price is right and wait when the price isn’t. But poor people don’t have that luxury." She and Palazzolo show that the problem isn't simply that the poor aren't savvy about sales or bulk buying. They're more likely to use these tactics closer to the beginning of the month, when they have more cash on hand from paychecks or benefits. Then, they behave more like...
sporange, a very rare alternative form of sporangium (a botanical term for a part of a fern or ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
OMG!! Something that rhymes with "orange"!!
My brother died 3 years ago today. I never thought I’d make it this far. But here I am. I ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
My condolences on your loss. Thank you for sharing your story and your strength with us. My double cousin died about 6 years ago from the same diagnosis. Cancer is hell. My mom died at 45 from ovarian cancer. She was too young, I was too young to lose my mom. I was 14. We survive and go on without them, but a part of us is always missing.
Saved this a few years ago from the Internet, as a gardener it raises a big chuckle ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I can't wait to see that in my neck of the woods.
[agnostic.com] Looks suspicious.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Sonu087 is not available. Well done!!
More so in the 70's. How we used send notes friends and crushes back in the day.. so romantic.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
We also used these as "footballs" on the tables in the lunch room. Get it close to the opposite edge of the table without going off the edge. Hours of fun!
What’s a hobby you enjoy that a partner has never shared? For me, reading comics/manga. Not ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I am a stitcher and quilter. I don't really expect to share that with a partner.
I'm having sleep difficulties due to my growing baby bump... I usually sleep very good but im a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
Remember, women have been "birthin" babies since the beginning of time. We're evolved to protect the babies that we carry, and if the baby is getting squished YOU will be uncomfortable and have to change positions. That baby is all cushioned up inside you, she isn't going to feel much of anything. Amazing how we have evolved to be efficient incubators. That said, talk to your doctor or NP or childbirth educator if you have concerns. I was a stomach sleeper until after I got pregnant, and as I grew larger I started sleeping on my side.
This is most of why I'm not around the site much lately. CONTENT WARNING: dogs and sadness...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
(((((hugs))))) Our fur kids steal our hearts so fast and so thoroughly. I loved training my golden, it gives you such a deep bond. It hurts when we have to let them go, but what a great life they had with us and we with them. And to have the next dog coming up to share your burden. Your puppies will say to you as you say to them, "well done my good and faithful friend." High praise indeed.
Lucky wants you to look at her tum.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
My girlies like tummy scritches, for a few moments. Who can resist?
The greatest gift you can give somebody is your own personal development.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 12, 2019:
I am taking care of me so I can keep up with the grandbabies. But also so I am not a burden on my kids, or (I need a new phrase for "god forbid") have to move in with one of my kids... or something worse. I have no desire to be a "nurse with a purse" for anyone. I had an encounter in the past with a couple of dudes who I think were looking for just that. Ewww, no thanks. I am improving me for me so I can live the life I want to live. I hope one day to have that partner, but if I don't I still have me.
BeccaJoy asking for men 50+
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
https://agnostic.com/member/BeccaJoy Ohhhh baby! All sorts of scammer signs. Willing to relocate anywhere. Following much older men. Scantily clad profile picture. Hails from California, Virginia. Oy vey, looking for her sugar daddy!
We tend to think of medical conditions as maladies. Actually, they can turn out to be things which ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
People who have Cystic Fibrosis are likely immune to cholera. At one time that may have helped them survive, however now it has no useful purpose. There are a few other conditions that are like that, necessary from an evolutionary standpoint, but no longer useful or needed, and indeed harmful. I have a 30 year old nephew with CF. It is good that you have managed your diabetes so well. I have been pre-diabetic for years. When I stopped working 6 months ago I also stopped eating sugar and started exercising. I am no longer pre-diabetic, and 30ish pounds and a full size smaller. Now I am back to work and having trouble fitting exercise in. But I will continue to abstain from sugar and eat well, so the weight will come off, just slower.
For me... assassination of JFK.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 11, 2019:
For me it was the JFK assassination as well. I was in Kindergarten, I was convinced the world was ending. The adults were crying, the calendar had only one more page, and everything on the TV was sad and dreary. I was SO relieved when mom put up a new calendar.
Why don't other tenants help me shovel snow?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
When I was a renter it was in the contract that the management handled snow removal, and indeed all maintenance inside and out. You might want to check your lease. If management is not paying you in some form or fashion they may be taking advantage of you, and IF you get hurt they may be liable for your injuries. This could open a can of worms.
Born in 53 was able to live through the 60s an motown lived less than 10minutes away from Motown ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Welcome
I am who I am. Like me, love me. Take me, leave me. Know that I am a true friend to the end and ask ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
I've always heard Popeye's voice when I say I yam what I yam.
I am just wondering, do they still have these around? ?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
They set up kiosks in the malls at Xmas time.
Never owned a dishwasher. Still to this day I do my own.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
I will do dishes by hand if I have to, but I strongly prefer not to. I think the dishwasher uses less water and other resources and gets the dishes cleaner.
Good names
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
LOL!!
I deal anxiety by listing things I have to be grateful for. It seems to help. Does anyone else do ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
I meditate and that helps the anxiety enormously.
Here is something fun, my answer is "Peaceful" ?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 10, 2019:
Content
The Las Vegas Strip in 1954. ?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Las Vegas greatly benefited from the invention of Air Conditioning. There is a fascinating book called How We Got To Now by Steven Johnson that discusses the inventions that helped us to get to today, and AC is a big one.
Sad, isn't it, when a once secular nation becomes such a killjoy? [bbc.com]
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Oy vey! What a wet blanket, but then again, how senseless to try to skirt the law. That is one crazy ass place for sure. Don't have fun,they will throw your ass in jail.
My wife has been out for dinner to celebrate her 50th wedding anniversary. I tagged along!!! ????
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I'm glad she took you along.
Do the right thing because it is the "right" thing to do.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
Very good.
I'm a complete novice at this - and to be fair, I joined for intellectual stimulation more than ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
It is possible you've been contacted by a potential scammer. We do get a few on here. We try to monitor to keep the site safe, but we don't catch them all. That is one of the downsides of a free site. If you want to PM me with the individual's user name I can check him out. You do have the ability to block people you don't want to be contacting you.
I'm shedding the unwanted that exists in forgotten, needlessly stored boxes occupying my life. I...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I was off work for the past 6 months. One of my goals for my time off was to get rid of the excess and obsolete. I had a few boxes not opened post divorce. One box had about 60 stitchery kits, some never opened. I don't think if I lived to 110 that I could finish them all. I have sold several on eBay and will be selling more. I also went through closets, cabinets, and pantry. I don't think I ever throw anything away. I am more organized now, and have a bit less of a shortfall with limited income for so long.
For the record: I HATE Daylight Savings Time!!!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I agree, 1000%. I bitch and moan every year, twice a year.
We all operate at our own pace do to our life experiences. Just be yourself
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I can't be anybody else, I just don't have that skill set.
Saw the following joke in a NYT Reader's Comment section. Thought I'd share: A senior west wing ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
It can't happen soon enough!
I just got home from a two month job assignment. THere is no place like home.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I love to drive home, no matter where I've been. My home makes me happy.
A Whinge: Why Job Searching Is Like Speed Dating with Sociopaths (Warning: The below is little ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
I just started a new job this week, so my interviewing experiences are very fresh in my mind. If you haven't discovered it yet, please read the blog AskaManager.org. BEST BLOG EVER for job searching, resumes, cover letters, office culture, negotiations, management, office politics. It is always full of good info and sometimes touching, and sometimes just funnier than hell. https://www.askamanager.org/ It is a searchable blog, you can read her stuff on cover letters, interviews, etc. The blogger has been an HR person forever, and the blog is over 10 years old. I read it daily and suffer withdrawal symptoms on the weekends.
Busted!!!!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
My dark tabby kitten used to groom my golden retriever. I was sure that was going to be a horrible hairball.
Very cool! Wonder if they have a Nebraska chapter!
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
http://www.rescueink.org/volunteer.php
Some items I found on Facebook that brought back memories , one good, one bad. LOL
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 9, 2019:
My kids got to experience a rotary phone at their grandparents house. It amazes and amuses me that in my pocket I carry a phone, camera, computer, atlas, flashlight, address book, calculator, stereo/radio, playlists, several books, photo albums, answering machine, catalogs, medical records, and games. This is likely not an exhaustive list. And this device that has all that information is smaller than that rotary phone. And I remember that we didn't even have a private line when I was younger, we had a party line. How stuff has changed.
Arguments are not my thing.?
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Depends, if your arguments are in my way I will mow you over. If you're over there and not bothering me with your delusions I'll likely leave you be. I'd prefer just to leave you be, so don't put your delusions out where I have to deal with them.
As vegans we talk probably more about diet then the rest of it. I’m not a vegan activist. Seems ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
I tend to be more of a flexitarian. When I am alone I eat pretty much vegetarian and pushing into vegan. When I'm with my kids or my kids come over I fix meals with meat for them and eat whatever they have fixed which usually has meat. I don't need anyone else to eat as I do. I don't want anyone else telling me how I should eat. We're all fully functioning adults and therefore get to make up our own minds about what/when/how to eat or live our lives. Some people treat their diets like a religion. I have left one religion, I'm not about to get tangled up in another.
Kellyliman [agnostic.com] Looks suspicious... Religious, joined today and multiple posts ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Too pretty, too perfect, and a believer. Lotta posts that were bland and boring.
Do you know what I would love to do? I would love to plan a get together with you guys and rent a ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
No vacation time for the immediate future, other than that, wonderful!!
Whahoo! I got the shirt! Thanks @Admin
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
You look fabulous dahling!! Nice shirt as well.
Going to the movies. Does going to the movies on a date always involve the man's hands all over me? ...
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
I recently went to see Bohemian Rhapsody with an excellent gentleman. No issues with his hands at all.
Being attentive is so important to me. It is the very best gift.
HippieChick58 comments on Mar 8, 2019:
Fer sure!! Even after more than 20 years of marriage, my ex still could not remember basic details.

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Grandson!
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1976. HS picture
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1980 in Germany.
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1959, I was a year old.
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Lap quilt made 2016
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Lap quilt made from left over fabric from previous quilt, 2017
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Quilt for grandson 2018
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"Sister Quilt" made for daughter. 3 quilts made at the same time, all the same fabrics and same type of blocks, just different layout and different color bindings. Completed 2018
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"Sister Quilt" made for daughter. 3 quilts made at the same time, all the same fabrics and same type of blocks, just different layout and different color bindings. Completed 2018
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Quilt on my bed made 2016. Wall painted ombre shades of pink, also in 2016
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"Sister Quilt" made for daughter. 3 quilts made at the same time, all the same fabrics and same type of blocks, just different layout and different color bindings. Completed 2018
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This is the current male love of my life, he's 8 months old and soon will call me Grammy.
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Jan 2019. Quilt for 2 year old granddaughter, just learning her colors. Her mama wanted it to be a rainbow quilt.
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