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jcbrown

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  1. See: taking video of kid who fell into orchestra pit and laughing at kid who got her head stuck between the stairway spindles. Same. One of the best decisions my husband and I ever made WRT family was when we stopped staying at my parents' house when we visited and started getting a hotel room in town.
  2. Where are they and why is there food piled directly on the tabletop?
  3. @Happyfatchick, I am so very sorry for you and your family's loss. @Rabbittron, thanks for checking in. When I got up this morning, I remembered that we had not heard from you in a while and wondered how you were doing.
  4. I had a black kitty named Ariel who was the quietest, most easygoing guy most of the time. And he loved to step into the stairwell to the second floor by the bedrooms at about three AM and SING his heart out. Now I have a black kitty named Lucy who reminds me of Rita Moreno's character on the Electric Company a good bit of the time. It's surprising, the amount of noise an ~11-pound kitty can make.
  5. Oh, I am so sorry for you losses. You are such a sunshine-and-rainbows persona here. My heart breaks for you. ETA <socially distanced hugs. all the hugs>
  6. Oof. I don't know what kid that is but he ("he" judging by the fact that the kid is allowed to wear clothing appropriate for the activity and there is no giant bow) is not cute.
  7. Another boring episode. Blerg.
  8. I feel your pain. I am a gourmet cook but I still sometimes crave (dolled up) boxed mac and cheese. It reads comfort to me, sometimes (child of the 60s/70s, not my fault). Sorry, we now return you to your regularly scheduled topic.
  9. If Jessa were an animal, she would be a bulldog. But less cute. My husband and I have been together for 27 years. There is exactly one picture of us kissing in all that time, and it was taken at our wedding 18 years ago. These people are just weird, but I guess it comes with being in a fertility cult.
  10. Was I the only one to watch last night? I was surprised that I actually liked Carla in this role, though I agree FN is overdoing her lately. I was surprised at the evident lack of COVID protocols in the episodes that aired last night, though. It seemed like everyone was too close together all the time.
  11. @lookeyloo, GEEGOLLY absolutely speaks for me here. Thank you for checking in with us and I send you a huge virtual hug. I vote for him, too, and I am a cat person who is very very allergic to dogs in real life, so my vote should count extra, no? @MargeGunderson your post about intending to cook a recipe from each of your cookbooks inspired me to count mine, to see if that was a thing I could do. My current count, excluding chapbooks, cocktail books, and the sixteen binders I've compiled of recipes I've clipped or printed, stands at 401. I think I may be a collector. No resolution like that for me, then, not least because I do not want to make anything from "The Joys of Jell-o," much less "The New Joys of Jell-o" (both of which I snagged when we were cleaning out my parents' house). Happy birthday, @Jynnan tonnix!
  12. I support your fucking desire to get as many fucking fucks out as you fucking can. And your fucking hatred of the fucking dimwits who think they fucking have to blow fucking shit up to celebrate every fuckity fucking holiday. (Our three bottle baby kitties, the last of whom died 18 months ago at age 19+, were terrified of fireworks, so I feel your pain. The latest crop are much more sanguine about them.)
  13. Happy New Year, Small Talk friends!
  14. Well, that was two hours I'll never get back. What a waste of (tons of) skin this bitch is. Lazy, entitled, and awful. Not nearly enough Dr. Now to make this episode even a tiny bit interesting.
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