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40 minutes ago, galaxychaser said:

Friends of mine took custody of 3 nephews that became homeless in Nov. I’m thinking of all those living in shelters and other communal situations without access to enough hygiene supplies. 

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Yep a lot of homeless will get sick just because they have no access to wash hands.  
 

Prisons is the same story. 
 

I really enjoy people on here. You all make me laugh. 
 

This quarantine might drive me crazy 😜

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4 minutes ago, galaxychaser said:

Yep a lot of homeless will get sick just because they have no access to wash hands.  
 

Prisons is the same story. 
 

I really enjoy people on here. You all make me laugh. 
 

This quarantine might drive me crazy 😜

Not to mention that most homeless people staying in shelters are forced to leave during the day.  In normal times, they could go to the library or the mall or fast food joints to hang out until the shelter re-opened.  It is 40 ish and drizzling in Cleveland today, I cannot imagine having to be outside for 12 or more hours; it must be miserable for them.  Remember, too, that many of those using the shelters are also dealing with mental illness and a lot of other chronic conditions.

My brother, who is disabled due to mental illness, was homeless by choice (his, not ours) a few years ago.  It was heartbreaking.  Pray for all the people on the margins of society.

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13 hours ago, crazy8s said:

I have done the self quarantine at home many times for various health reasons up to 3 months.. sometimes because i was extremely ill myself and others when i was a threat to infect others.

what I have learned -

most important - find something to laugh about each day. even if it is dark humor. sometimes you just need to laugh.

if you are not frantically trying to sort working from home or trying to home school children in this, find a new hobby, pick up an old hobby, find a purpose. one small thing each day. today I will do....  have a focus.

i have made several quilts from kits ordered online, learned world geography, currently taking an online course to relearn/refresh my spanish because my grand kids are learning spanish. I was set to have them here and do home school with them, but now not safe. we are doing pen pal letters in spanish to practice what we learn.

this will pass, the world will look different when we come out on the other side.

stay connected, ask for what you need, trust people will help - some will some won't, but ask.

these are things I have learned

 

 

 

That's what I've learned to do after my medical problems hit five and a half years ago. Looking at who knows how many months of being housebound except for doctor appointments. While its really easy to put things off and spend each day doing nothing when you have no schedule and nothing to do the next day either. But not having anything to accomplish or do, while days and months past by is just as frustrating. But also boring. In my case I'm very limited in what I can do. I got the idea from one of Debbie Macomber books where the heroine had cancer as a kid or teen started knitting to give her something to do and something that she could accomplish. I can't sew but I do like writing stories. So I started doing that. It gave me something to do and something to focus on. When I finished I felt like I actually accomplished something. So I moved onto another story. Then started setting goals. Weekly goals, monthly goals and yearly ones. How many can I finish in a month? In a year. Sometimes I meet them and sometimes I don't. But it gives me something to do. As does movie and TV show marathons. And books.  When another year passes at least I've finished this many stories. However long the quarantine lasts. Find something to do. Something every day or every week. No matter how big or how small. Visiting sites like this one also helps. A few minutes or few hours "talking" to someone else where you can post at any time day or night. Since I never know when I'm up or for how long its nice to be able to come here at anytime to post. 

I love the idea of practicing/learning Spanish with your grandchildren via penpals. That's such a great idea!

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6 minutes ago, andromeda331 said:

That's what I've learned to do after my medical problems hit five and a half years ago. Looking at who knows how many months of being housebound except for doctor appointments. While its really easy to put things off and spend each day doing nothing when you have no schedule and nothing to do the next day either. But not having anything to accomplish or do, while days and months past by is just as frustrating. But also boring. In my case I'm very limited in what I can do. I got the idea from one of Debbie Macomber books where the heroine had cancer as a kid or teen started knitting to give her something to do and something that she could accomplish. I can't sew but I do like writing stories. So I started doing that. It gave me something to do and something to focus on. When I finished I felt like I actually accomplished something. So I moved onto another story. Then started setting goals. Weekly goals, monthly goals and yearly ones. How many can I finish in a month? In a year. Sometimes I meet them and sometimes I don't. But it gives me something to do. As does movie and TV show marathons. And books.  When another year passes at least I've finished this many stories. However long the quarantine lasts. Find something to do. Something every day or every week. No matter how big or how small. Visiting sites like this one also helps. A few minutes or few hours "talking" to someone else where you can post at any time day or night. Since I never know when I'm up or for how long its nice to be able to come here at anytime to post. 

I love the idea of practicing/learning Spanish with your grandchildren via penpals. That's such a great idea!

Anyone interested in learning another language, Duolingo is great-and free.  I agree, a couple of years ago, I had a knee replaced and found myself getting nothing accomplished as the days dragged into weeks and months.  I started making a daily schedule with at least 3 things I wanted to accomplish each day and checking them off.  It got me back on track. 

Start simple, with stuff like showering, washing your hair, putting on a nice outfit (it doesn't matter if no one sees it) and putting on makeup if that's your thing.  Promise to do a load of laundry, write a single 'thank you' note or clean out one kitchen drawer.  You'll be amazed at what you can get done if you just write it down first.

BTW, take a look at your Christmas card list or your address book, electronic or otherwise).  Surely you know someone who would appreciate a card or a note, especially in these unsettled times.  I wrote 3 little cards to elderly friends who I know are alone yesterday.  It took maybe 20 minutes and I know those people are going to appreciate it.  Think of all the people you've lost touch with because you were so busy.  Now, you're not so busy.  Reach out.

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I have a list of house things I want to get done during quarantine (painting, deep cleaning, etc.) if my job ever slows down. It's just one fire drill after another right now and I worked pretty much all weekend, too. I really need a break pretty soon. 

Which I know sounds spoiled and bratty--I have a roof over my head, food in my fridge, a paycheck still coming, etc. I'm just so worn out. 

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You know what I find fascinating about this whole horde supplies during the pandemic ordeal? People are stock piling toilet paper (and I still don’t understand why), but not toothbrushes! When you get sick, the first thing you’re supposed to do after you recover is replace your toothbrush, and yet no one seems to be buying them.  Kind of makes you hmmmmm.

ETA: That goes double for A/C filters.  I have plenty of both. 

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5 minutes ago, Ijustwantsomechips said:

You know what I find fascinating about this whole horde supplies during the pandemic ordeal? People are stock piling toilet paper (and I still don’t understand why), but not toothbrushes! When you get sick, the first thing you’re supposed to do after you recover is replace your toothbrush, and yet no one seems to be buying them.  Kind of makes you hmmmmm.

I always keep extra toothbrushes.  So, I'm set on that. This weekend, in NC, we had toilet paper in the stores, as well as meat, bread, milk and some cleaners, although, there was a limit on the amount of toilet paper you could buy.  I'm going to make one more venture out to get my office mail, deposit check and fill up on gas. After that, I'll be  in for the next few weeks. I don't intend to go into anyone's home or business.  

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This week should really tell the tale as many more show symptoms of this disease. Every morning I take my temp first thing and so far so good. I know that my husband and I are fortunate to be at home.  I'm seeing a lot of FB posts from people who aren't typically home and boy, are some of them dumb!  Including my relatives. My nephew is posting that it's all overblown and we're all overreacting, blah, blah blah. I had to snooze him!  My heart goes out to the wonderful health care workers, grocery store employees, truck drivers and police and fire crews and anyone else who is out saving lives through their efforts.   

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10 minutes ago, BetyBee said:

This week should really tell the tale as many more show symptoms of this disease. Every morning I take my temp first thing and so far so good. I know that my husband and I are fortunate to be at home.  I'm seeing a lot of FB posts from people who aren't typically home and boy, are some of them dumb!  Including my relatives. My nephew is posting that it's all overblown and we're all overreacting, blah, blah blah. I had to snooze him!  My heart goes out to the wonderful health care workers, grocery store employees, truck drivers and police and fire crews and anyone else who is out saving lives through their efforts.   

Oh man.....that's crazy.  I applaud those essential workers too.  

My parents are allowing their great grandchild to continue to visit.  Dad is 82 and mom is 79.  I've tried to politely encourage her parents to stop the visiting with her. It's too risky.  The child needs to stay at home for her own protection too. They can wave from the porch at each other and talk on phone, but, they are not listening.  I don't think they would survive it and of course, I'd get it, since I'm caring for them.  I have a feeling, I'm going to make some people angry, because, I'll have to speak on behalf of my parents and they nor the other family members will like it.   Sometimes seniors and young people have poor judgment. 

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38 minutes ago, SunnyBeBe said:

Oh man.....that's crazy.  I applaud those essential workers too.  

My parents are allowing their great grandchild to continue to visit.  Dad is 82 and mom is 79.  I've tried to politely encourage her parents to stop the visiting with her. It's too risky.  The child needs to stay at home for her own protection too. They can wave from the porch at each other and talk on phone, but, they are not listening.  I don't think they would survive it and of course, I'd get it, since I'm caring for them.  I have a feeling, I'm going to make some people angry, because, I'll have to speak on behalf of my parents and they nor the other family members will like it.   Sometimes seniors and young people have poor judgment. 

I just read about a seven month-old baby hospitalized with corona, and he contracted it from his grandmother. It seems like a lot of parents have this false mindset that kids are immune.

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it is breaking my heart to have to say no to seeing my grandkids but i am an adult with common sense. video chat has been helpful.

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1 hour ago, zoomama said:

it is breaking my heart to have to say no to seeing my grandkids but i am an adult with common sense. video chat has been helpful.

Good for you.  It's common sense and recommended by health officials.   If you're all protected, then, it'll be so worth it later on.   

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Just got off the phone with my SIL (the doctor.) He's keeping track of my nephew in the hospital (through his connections) and is helping my niece get information.

   He said they just had to intubate my nephew. I have to admit I started freaking out,  but he said "look at it this way, mom..at least he *got* a ventilator..people in the coming weeks might not be able to get one."

That thought did NOT calm me down!  😱 😭😕 (he has no bedside manner, our whole family knows this, and we're glad he is on the corporate side of medicine now)🙄

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1 hour ago, ChiCricket said:

Just got off the phone with my SIL (the doctor.) He's keeping track of my nephew in the hospital (through his connections) and is helping my niece get information.

   He said they just had to intubate my nephew. I have to admit I started freaking out,  but he said "look at it this way, mom..at least he *got* a ventilator..people in the coming weeks might not be able to get one."

That thought did NOT calm me down!  😱 😭😕 (he has no bedside manner, our whole family knows this, and we're glad he is on the corporate side of medicine now)🙄

I’m sorry. 

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I'm finally getting over the bad cold that I had.  I never had a fever with it, though. What freaks me out is that all my thermometers broke and when I tried to buy a new one, they were sold out, everywhere.  My brother ordered me one online, but, I doubt, we'll ever get it.  

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I'm so glad Directv is letting us have Showtime. I was able to binge watch the Homeland mini-marathon yesterday. I was a couchpotato from 2:30-10! I just hope they keep Showtime available until the end of the season. 

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Georgia still isn't shutting down.  I went into work early this morning to get additional work since I have to keep on working (I think even if GA shut down, the higher ups in my office would say we are essential even though I don't think a law firm would be essential). I was there for 2.5 hours but was gone by 8:00 AM so I didn't see another person other than someone walking into the building as I was walking out. 
My allergies and anxiety have kicked in.  I have a headache and was coughing but then I remembered the thick layer of pollen on my car so I know that is what it is.  I also feel like I'm turning into a hypochondriac.  Chest pain: is it my heart, is it coronavirus. No, it's just anxiety.

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I had this conversation with a religious woman the other day and she said, "If everybody would pray to their rosaries and say their Hail Mary's this whole corona thing would go away".  I wanted to scream! 

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53 minutes ago, SunnyBeBe said:

I'm finally getting over the bad cold that I had.  I never had a fever with it, though. What freaks me out is that all my thermometers broke and when I tried to buy a new one, they were sold out, everywhere.  My brother ordered me one online, but, I doubt, we'll ever get it.  

My sister-in-law texted me to see if we had an extra and we did. We left it on the porch for her and she came to pick it up. We waved through the window. These are strange times we are living in!  I hope you do get a thermometer, SunnyBebe!  

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44 minutes ago, GinnyLee said:

I'm so glad Directv is letting us have Showtime. I was able to binge watch the Homeland mini-marathon yesterday. I was a couchpotato from 2:30-10! I just hope they keep Showtime available until the end of the season. 

My DIL in Germany just posted this...loled at my smart-@$$ son's reply) 😂

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16 minutes ago, BetyBee said:

My sister-in-law texted me to see if we had an extra and we did. We left it on the porch for her and she came to pick it up. We waved through the window. These are strange times we are living in!  I hope you do get a thermometer, SunnyBebe!  

IDK.  I don't see one turning up, unless the one my brother ordered shows up.  It's the old school kind that is NOT digital.  I don't know how in the hey, to use it, but, I'll figure it out.  lol   I think I have a food thermostat around here somewhere.......will that work?  lol  

Can you believe that  I got two business calls today.  It's work that I can do remotely, so, I'm going to take it.  Not sure how long business will last. But, that's okay.  If my business doesn't make it due to the virus and resulting economy consequences, I'll be okay.  I'm just hoping and praying for good health.  That's it.  I can always work, make money, change professions, plant crops,  etc., but, I can't replace my health or life.  I realize different people have different takes on faith and prayer, but, I say, go with what works for you.  

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North Idaho hasn't shut down, either. The students are all online at my college, but I'm still here. I've used all my vacation and sick leave for my mom & my sister's trial, so no work, no pay. 

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I just want to say to all you lurkers out there reading this...what better time to say hi?

Even if you never said a word before..what better time to jump in?

We're all in this together. 💜 💛💙💚

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30 minutes ago, ChiCricket said:

I just want to say to all you lurkers out there reading this...what better time to say hi?

Even if you never said a word before..what better time to jump in?

We're all in this together. 💜 💛💙💚

agree!!!  we are friendly folk.

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1 hour ago, GinnyLee said:

I had this conversation with a religious woman the other day and she said, "If everybody would pray to their rosaries and say their Hail Mary's this whole corona thing would go away".  I wanted to scream! 

OMG! I have a family member who thinks like this. He is certain that God will protect him. God doesn't have favorites. Prayers and Hail Marys aren't going to protect any of us.

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Yep the only person who calls/texts is a JW and it’s to convert me. Save my soul from hell. I now don’t want to talk to her on the phone. 
 

And she took her 90 year old relative shopping today. 90 year old wanted to go out and she couldn’t say no! I am shocked to say the least. 

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I took Depends to my 88 year old MIL earlier today. Her place is on serious lockdown. Only one entrance (2 others are shut down), and no relatives/ visitors upstairs unless it's an end of life situation. I dropped off her stuff at the front desk, and someone took it to her apartment. She's going stir crazy, but she can still call people. And she does. 😁

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20 hours ago, jcbrown said:

Right? I have not seen my natural hair color for decades--not for fear of grey, just because I think it's boring. If this is the worst of the situation for me, so be it and thank the universe.

I may finally know just how much gray I have and whether it's time to give up coloring.  I haven't seen my hair uncolored in well over 20 years. 

I took stuff to my mother and they've locked the only door into the building.  You hold up your bag and someone comes and opens it enough so you can pass it through the door. 

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I stocked up on some box hair color so no roots here, but I may have to figure out how to move up my own extensions if this goes on for weeks, lol. 

Another 12 hour day working from home with no end in sight. I thought working on the couch in my sweats would be fun but this is not. 

 

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I have a few box dye kits that are "unnatural colors". The problem is I don't have the adequate showerhead to rinse the dye off. 😭

I will decide in a week if I use them or not. It might be my last shot at funky hair color for a few years.

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1 hour ago, Temperance said:

@ChiCricket I'm so sorry about your nephew. How old is he? I will keep in my thoughts and prayers. 

Thanks.

He's around 43 (not exactly sure) and up until now had been in great health...no pre-existing conditions, never was a smoker, and not much of a drinker at all.

I'm shocked it hit him this hard,tbh.

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3 hours ago, GinnyLee said:

I had this conversation with a religious woman the other day and she said, "If everybody would pray to their rosaries and say their Hail Mary's this whole corona thing would go away".  I wanted to scream! 

This is my husband (of 51 years) to a T.

I have learned to smile and nod, while totally ignoring him...not easy, I know.

I just replace his voice (in my head) with the parent's horn voices from the Charlie Brown cartoons...wah wah Waa waaa waaa waaah...😁

(he means well) 💙

 

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1 hour ago, galaxychaser said:

Yep the only person who calls/texts is a JW and it’s to convert me. Save my soul from hell. I now don’t want to talk to her on the phone. 

It's a trap!!!!! My family hasn't talked to me in years, because I left, and I suddenly heard from them. They are being told that this is now the end of the end of the last days (funnily enough, it's been the end of the end of the last days since the 1870's) and it is every JW's job to get as many people to convert before Jehovah comes in to kill everyone that isn't a JW. Let's just say they aren't fun to talk to at all. Even when they're family.

Hi all!! My name is Estellasmum, and I lurk. A lot.

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26 minutes ago, estellasmum said:

Hi all!! My name is Estellasmum, and I lurk. A lot.

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Okay,, so someone close to me works for a major convenience store/gas station chain here in the northeast as a truck driver, and last week, he had to sign some papers and was given paperwork to carry with him at all times (in case he is stopped while on the road) that says he is allowed to be out in his company-owned truck making deliveries.  All that dystopian fiction I've read is starting to freak me out.  I am starting to think we're being groomed to accept being on lockdown so that martial law can be imposed on us.  I know ypu're probably thinking I'm a crackpot (I feel like I'm a crackpot!), but it's certainly giving me pause.

Phone conference for work (I'm a building-based substitute teacher) didn't work today, so we're going to try again tomorrow morning.  Don't know why we just don't use zoom.  I have to pick up my insulin and other scrips at the military base nearest to me on Thursday, and I'm going to find out what I have to do to get it sent to me via mail.  I always refused because I like getting out of my little corner of the world, but it's just not practical now.

I started watching that Netflix miniseries about Madam CJ Walker today--it's really good, but the soap-opera type drama is really being ramped up.  Right now I have the Great British Baking Show on because it keeps me company.

I hope you're all doing okay and keeping busy.  I've been unpacking all the crap I brought here when I moved in two years ago--I've filled two boxes of stuff already and am finally shelving my hundreds of books--most of which I have not yet read.  I'm also actually doing my homework for my master's program.  Usually I just skim through the reading and bullsh*t my way through the papers, so it's kind of soothing to be doing the actual assignments, and it gives some structure to my days.

I'm with @doodlebug--make yourself a list of things to accomplish every day.  Since the school I work at is heavily ELL, I have been working on Spanish, too--I do a page or so every day, but I miss practicing what I'm learning with my students!

Keep up the good work, friends--we'll all be okay if we just take everything one thing at a time.  And prayer and meditation might not change anything or help the situation, but they certainly can't hurt!

 

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Anyone heard from Happyfatchick?  I think per the profile the last time she posted was October of 2019.  Been awhile.

I'm watching that NF series as well magpye29 - it's okay so far but I did fast forward thru a couple of bits.  I am going to try and catch up on some series that I just haven't had either time to watch or  got lazy about and left half way thru.  Sometimes I find if I've got way too much other crap going on in the back of my mind I can't truly concentrate or enjoy a show.   

Reorganizing and going thru a couple of the kitchen cabinets is a wonderful thing...all the junk you can get rid of.  I'm very ashamed of a couple of expiration dates on cans I found.    
 

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I haven’t heard from Happyfatchick. Hope all is well. 
 

Getting ready to say goodnight. I’ve been watching some Amazon stuff...The Widow and Hunters. 
 

Has anyone seen the new deals by Ford? OMG. For 2019 autos interest FREE for 84 months and for 2020 autos payments waived for 6 months! I wasn’t in the market for a new car, but I might consider it.

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2 hours ago, magpye29 said:

 I am starting to think we're being groomed to accept being on lockdown so that martial law can be imposed on us. 

If so, judging by all the morons who continue violating the quarantines and lockdowns, they'll have to go back to the drawing board on that one. 

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3 hours ago, CherryMalotte said:

Reorganizing and going thru a couple of the kitchen cabinets is a wonderful thing...all the junk you can get rid of.  I'm very ashamed of a couple of expiration dates on cans I found. 

Don't be--if the cans are in good shape, that food is perfectly fine for 1-6 years.

Well, I have a conference call for work in 6-1/2 hours so I should try to get a little sleep...sure.

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14 hours ago, Zella said:

If so, judging by all the morons who continue violating the quarantines and lockdowns, they'll have to go back to the drawing board on that one. 

These Italian mayors aren't taking any crap from any morons:

The guy with the flamethrower remark! OMGosh! 😂 (funniest with the sound on)

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9 hours ago, CherryMalotte said:

Anyone heard from Happyfatchick?  I think per the profile the last time she posted was October of 2019.  Been awhile.

I'm watching that NF series as well magpye29 - it's okay so far but I did fast forward thru a couple of bits.  I am going to try and catch up on some series that I just haven't had either time to watch or  got lazy about and left half way thru.  Sometimes I find if I've got way too much other crap going on in the back of my mind I can't truly concentrate or enjoy a show.   

Reorganizing and going thru a couple of the kitchen cabinets is a wonderful thing...all the junk you can get rid of.  I'm very ashamed of a couple of expiration dates on cans I found.    
 

The cans unless bloated and rusty are safe to eat beyond the expiration date. 
 

Grains, flour, spices the same. Unless there are bugs in it it’s safe to eat. 
 

im not throwing anything away just in case. 

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6 hours ago, ChiCricket said:

These Italian mayors aren't taking any crap from any morons:

The guy with the flamethrower remark! OMGosh! 😂

 

 

my favorite was don’t do your hair you will be in a closed casket no one will see you anyway.

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10 hours ago, magpye29 said:

I started watching that Netflix miniseries about Madam CJ Walker today--it's really good, but the soap-opera type drama is really being ramped up. 

I started a thread for it in Other Dramas if you care to check it out. 
 

10 hours ago, magpye29 said:

I am starting to think we're being groomed to accept being on lockdown so that martial law can be imposed on us.  I know ypu're probably thinking I'm a crackpot (I feel like I'm a crackpot!), but it's certainly giving me pause.

 

So much of this reminds me of Post Katrina NOLA- not a judgment just an observation. 

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