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Posted on 01/03/2013 6:36:29 PM PST by BenLurkin
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I didn’t go there today, either, which is unusual for me, but I did go to PetsMart, where I got crickets, a light bulb, and clearance-sale cat food.
Wally World only allows you to see the Aliens for who and what they really are. The price for this is RIGHT! LOL!
It’s true ... if you spend a lot of time at Walmart, nothing else in life can surprise you. It’s very interesting about 6:00 a.m. on Sunday, at which hour I have made some emergency trips for diapers and/or doughnuts.
And, at 5:00 on weekdays, no one but the stocking crew is crowding the aisle you need to meander along. Which is why I am SO outta here in the freezing dark on the days I need to shop! LOL!
Maybe you need a measure of your iron-binding capacity. Then, again, it could be a bunch of other things. You have to give Tom credit for his concern and for trying. After all, he can tell a raven from a crow. Or something.
Removal of one's ovaries. Surgical menopause is a particularly violent assault upon one's physiognomy. (Not as violent as torture, however.)
I’m only 1/8 injun. How injun are you?
Was there a prior warning about the stale tuna melt? It’s not in the old memory bank.
I was afraid it would be something that wouldn’t work for me.
Checking in. Aliens? They’re everywhere!
LOL ... one of those bull by the horns moments.
Is the date, on the photo, accurate or is it a retake of a recent photo or long ago photo? Gee --- this is so confusing.
I didn’t even notice the date. But maybe it’s from Ethiopia ... I think it’s still 2006 there.
I’m 1/4 Native American. I’m only injun when I play cowboys and injuns with the kids. ;o]
I’ll say you owe your complexion to clean living and a pure spirit.
(I owe mine to sunscreen ;-).
I’m both sorry and happy for you. Ovaries can be nasty things that turn on you.
Hey, what’re you doing up so early?
That is a great tail, isn’t it?
Which tribe and which grandparent (if not being too intrusive).
Scored at elibrary! Got a Milton Friedman audiobook and a basic electricity text that reputedly anyone with a cerebellum can internalize.
Awww... Thanks! :o])
My mother’s face was unlined when she died at 71. Her eyes were the very dark brown of her heritage, and my eyes are the lightest in the family.
I never bothered much about sunscreen when I was younger, but when I got a tan, I looked every gene of my Native coloring. I don’t spend a lot of time in the sun these days. I mostly sit in the shade where it’s warm. Ha-ha!
For so many years, while I was sleeping on the floor, I accumulated a lot of bedding for padding. Now that I have a bed, I will have to invest in Space Bag storage bags to stack all that stuff in the linen closet. Some of the bedding I made, and am loathe to part with it, so storing it in bags that can be made flat is the best I can come up with.
One of the lamps I was given has something wrong with it, so I will need to get a lamp kit and rewire the lamp. I also need to get smaller shades. It looks as though the lamps were originally from a living room, and have really wide shades. I’ll keep looking until I can find some taller, slimmer ones that will fit the corners better.
Tomorrow, I will work on the closets until I get them squared away. I just haven’t felt like it...
Lakota Sioux Clans. My mother’s family. Which explains why we can’t trace her ancestry beyond 1848.
My father’s parents came from South Africa. Sadly, I never met any of my grandparents.
I’m sure I’d admire it if it were mine.
My mother always got a very dark tan in the summer - people would think she was Indian or Mexican - until menopause. I remember her coming home from helping a friend with her craft booth at a show in Virginia Beach and saying, “Look at this - I got *sunburned*!”
I can only recall one sunburn, and that was when I was 16, and spent the last day of school at a resort north of Salt Lake City called “Lagoon.” I rode the roller coaster and swam most of the day, but it would seem only my back was burned.
Cool baking soda bath for me that night. LOL! That was the one and only time I got a sunburn.
I got Dad’s skin ... I’ve had some whopper sunburns. I’m very careful now. When I worked at Cub Scouts day camp two summers ago, I wore long pants, a long-sleeve shirt under my short-sleeve Official Camp Shirt, suncreen, and a big straw hat.
And I didn’t die from the heat, either, suggesting that the “need” for shorts and tank tops in summer is largely social.
Speaking of clothes and shamelessly bragging, I’ll be going to church in about half an hour in a full set of garments Elen wore when she was 12. (Back when she wasn’t a lot taller than I am ;-).
Go ahead...shamelessly brag about your weight loss! You’ve earned it!
There was a time when I wore a size 7...yah. I did. But since then, I’m most comfortable in a 12, though I have been known to get into a 10.
Since my dislocated shoulder I’ve put on weight because of the ibuprofin I’ve had to eat, but I’m working on getting that to drop off. A few more walks to Walmart may stimulate the old metabolism to do what it’s supposed to.
In the meantime, I’m envious!
The rare times I’ve gone to the track with busdaddy to be his pit crew in recent years, I have always had a long sleeved shirt and slacks for the hottest part of the day. And always, out here, I wear a hat in the summer.
Trust me, that's nothing compared to the trouble following your penis wherever it points can get you!
I’ve been taking Aleve for the muscle pain Dr. Hall identified, as well as the pain from falling at the skating rink. It doesn’t require eating more.
I’m not any less anxious than I was back in October, but instead of feeding my anxiety wine, cheese, and pretzels, I’m feeding it spinach, apples, and Weight Watchers meetings. So I’m thinner ;-).
Aleve is Naproxin, and I can’t take that. It literally makes me faint.
And Tylenol, of course, is what ruined my liver, so I can’t take that, either. *sigh*
Looks like I’m stuck with ibuprofin. :o|
Have always thought I could conquer the world if I had a tail like my ocusin’s dog’s.
Yay for you!
Point well taken. May I add, however, that ovaries can be troublesome from any number of perspectives?
Yes, you may!
Ibuprofen was a lifesaver for me for many years. Hasn’t killed me yet.
You are a pal!
Do you happen to know what the situation is w/se ohio conservative? The search fxn isn’t working and I don’t recall seeing a zot. Thx.
Ibuprofin is all I can take, so I’m stuck with it, since anything else that works is a controlled substance.
It was in June 2011 or thereabouts.
I’ll have to dig it up.
You are a genius. How do you remember all this? I’ve fallen behind on my UT catchup because there’s so much other reading catchup I should be doing. (Just found Milton Friedman’s books on digital library—ya can’t explain stuff to others w/o a good economist backing you up!).
Oh, well, back to chores (laundry and mopping, specifically). syl
Because it was the bravest man in all of Graknia one Ingbar Blurgerwhelp who did single combat in the Kings refrigerator against the stale tuna melt.
And I’d posted that somewhere in the June 2011 thread.
What precisely is the missing person’s name? I searched for seohioconservative and came up with nothing. If it’s South East Ohio Conservative, you must use only the first 20 letters, or it will return “error.” When searching for a FReeper, you must use all lower case with no spaces or punctuation.
That search function is pretty dang touchy.
Oh, I see that Darks has solved the problem for you.
I stumbled on search/ping solutions on FR by accident. I realized one didn’t need to add capitals or underscores or spaces, but just type in the names. Presto! I was a hero in my own mind! LOL!
It may rain today. Clouds have covered what little sun came out a while ago, and of course, my lower back is killing me. It’s accurate, even when the weather prognosticator isn’t! ;o]
You two better be okay.
Haven’t heard from either of you for awhile.
Checking in with you to see how busy you are.
craziness reigns this way, and it truly isn’ my doing this time.
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