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  1. I just ordered a bunch of face masks for my kids from Primary. I feel that it is worth mentioning that the price is very affordable because they are only charging for production and fulfillment. I recently ordered a bunch of dresses for DD from their rainbow shop. She is very sensitive and picky and the one we ordered for her last year was a wardrobe favorite. I would have liked to order a tie dye t-shirt for DS, but they were out of his size.
  2. Jessica Simpson Sofiah 2 shoes in purple frost Boden Jemima Linen Midi Dress in Highland Green
  3. Just finished On Turpentine Lane by Elinor Lipman. It was enjoyable.
  4. I just finished Lost and Wanted by Nell Freudenberger and I highly enjoyed it. Trigger warning: There is a death that is an important part of the story line; but, to me, it’s more about life than death. Other books that are similar in this way (but quite different, otherwise) that I also enjoyed, are: Me, Earl, and the Dying Girl by Jesse Andrews and If I Stay/Where She Went by Gayle Forman. I also recently reading So Enchanting by Connie Brockway this was a historical romance that was written in such a way that it made me laugh several times (in a good way). There are
  5. PRgal, the miik tank dresses look versatile and comfortable for summer wear. I had never heard of them before. Thanks for the introduction to a new brand! It sounds as if you like The Little Bra Company’s products if you own several.
  6. Preparing for a post-quarantine world. I purchased two bras from The Little Bra Company. The Lucia and the Courtney. They have not arrived yet, but, I have high hopes.
  7. I have a lot of family and friends in healthcare, and I used to be a teacher in a place that is vaccinating teachers (current location does not, even though in-person school is occurring). So, lots of people in my life are getting vaccinated while I am waiting for my turn. It feels extra lonely. e-school for the kids is going ok, but I can tell they’d be so much better off in in-person learning. We are allowed to choose at the end of each grading period. At this point, we will finish out the year. Hopefully, they can be vaccinated before next school year starts.
  8. I think it’s the age of the homes they feature. Older homes tend to have either no garage or detached garages. Not everyone had cars back then. Some homes have had carports.
  9. I thought the show seemed garish. The fabrics and jewelry seemed cheap (Claire’s collab?), ballrooms seemed cramped, people’s facial expressions seemed pinched (angry Legos!), the sex scenes were like PG-13 pornos with frenetic thrashing about and gasping (like fish on land). I also didn’t like all the smoking (tobacco company $?). UGH!!!
  10. A League of Extraordinary Women there are currently only two books with plans for two more. I recently read them and really, REALLY loved them. The are historical fiction romance novels following four women who form a friendship while working for women’s rights in the University town of Oxford, England.
  11. More “Ring Riffs” have me ROTF. someone wrote “fun shots” insets of gun shots. Replies: Idea, party? On a scale of 1-10, how fun? I would hate to hear unfun shots. Shots, shots, shots. Just make sure you are not at a bar, (politician’s first name) would be upset. He’s against fun shots and drinking in a public place.
  12. I wish that they would choose an interesting color (or two) and use it throughout vs. all the Knick-knack crap.
  13. Yeah, I figure these shows exist to: sell homes (hoping someone sees the show and inquires about featured homes, or ones similar/in the same area) advertise the realtors services (grow their business, make them more money) ”normalize” outrageous home prices to all us bumpkins
  14. That sounds nice. I’ve never been there, so I wouldn’t know the pace is slower there (because the infamous Mardi Gras is crazy, or looks that way on tv). you bring up excellent points about the cultural diversity and the way Hometown conveys a sense of community and place. As far as the interested buyers being fake, a lot of real estate shows do this (Selling Mega Mansions among others). I don’t mind. It’s fun to rate people on their characterizations. It’s fun to rate the chemistry of two strangers who are “a couple”. It’s fun when one breaks character. And the houses, of cour
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