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  1. WI GIRL56

    Jeopardy! Season 35 (2018-2019)

    I got all the Mississippi River clues. I grew up in Illinois and now live in Wisconsin. I have driven the Great River Road many times. I also had final jeopardy and to my husband's amazement ran the tool category too.
  2. WI GIRL56

    House Hunters International

    And the patrons in the bar were being so polite. That was awful. Not sure if he picked a different genre if his voice would have sounded better. He also wanted 2.5 people in the shower not sure 2 people are fitting in his bed. I was shocked apartments were so reasonable in Nice.
  3. WI GIRL56

    House Hunters: Buying in the USA

    I was disappointed in the Chicago episode that there was no voice over. I am from there originally and love to know where they are. I was thinking the parents were in Edison Park. And they were either in Jefferson or Portage Park (where my hubby grew up in a bungalow his grandpa built). I was trying to see if his parents had the double ovens but couldn't. We have one oven and either grill the turkey or put it in a Nesco. Also in a bungalow unless they gut it bathrooms are tiny.
  4. WI GIRL56

    Windy City Rehab

    So glad she didn't buy the place in Lincoln Park. I liked it and was glad she didn't ruin that one. Again nothing new with her design. And it is not anywhere near being an A-frame. She is really stuck in a certain design mind set and will not change.
  5. WI GIRL56

    Windy City Rehab

    The 1st home we bought in Chicago after we were married 40 years ago was 100 years old. We preserved all the original woodwork and doors. It is what added character to the house. I am always sick when she pulls all the woodwork off. How sad . These modern finishes do nothing for me.
  6. WI GIRL56

    What is...In the Media?

    Awful disease that hit my family hard. My Mom died 3 1/2 weeks after being diagnosed. Her sister lived about 2 1/2 years and my brother in law lived 2 years and he was Stage 3. No words how sad I feel for Alex.