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    I did the semi-annual closet cleanout yesterday.

    I did the semi-annual closet cleanout yesterday.
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    You could launch a new hobby as a sculptor:...

    You could launch a new hobby as a sculptor:...
  3. Thread: Spring!

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    I believe we've only had a handful of days where...

    I believe we've only had a handful of days where the temps went over 70, and then yesterday it was 86! So we were running our heat earlier in the week and then running all our fans yesterday. I was...
  4. Thread: Roe v Wade

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    That was interesting, Catherine. Thanks for...

    That was interesting, Catherine. Thanks for sharing.
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    I guess if anyone could actually be considered...

    I guess if anyone could actually be considered "pro-abortion," it would be me. I've always thought discussions around the development stage of the fetus and whether it was a human being were...
  6. Thread: May frugals

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    Jeppy: I wear foundation but have never worn...

    Jeppy: I wear foundation but have never worn primer, so I think you'll be OK without it. I'm actually a bit apprehensive about what oil prices will be next heating season.
  7. I have a lot of annual seedlings: zinnias,...

    I have a lot of annual seedlings: zinnias, sunflowers, tithonia, sweet peas, & cosmos. I think I started some of them too early; I have flower buds on some of my zinnias. I'm a little fuzzy on the...
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    That's lovely, Kay. I think I see two starfish -...

    That's lovely, Kay. I think I see two starfish - is that possible?
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    What a wonderful home, and they were practically...

    What a wonderful home, and they were practically giving it away!
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    On Mother's Day we watched a momma groundhog...

    On Mother's Day we watched a momma groundhog gathering leaves in her mouth and bringing them under our shed, so it looks like a crop of baby groundhogs are on the horizon. I'm sure they will be...
  11. Thread: new music

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    He's good, Catherine!

    He's good, Catherine!
  12. We started out with a little charcoal Weber years...

    We started out with a little charcoal Weber years ago, moved to a bigger gas grill, and then went back to a little charcoal Weber, full circle.
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    Molly: I agree that researching from a definitive...

    Molly: I agree that researching from a definitive resource is helpful. I did take some notes when I was researching I bonds last year, so I'm happy to share some of my key takeaways with you:

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    I am looking forward to hearing your hit single,...

    I am looking forward to hearing your hit single, although I certainly don't want to wish a head cold and sore throat on you. :)
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    We went with the simple type of celebration that...

    We went with the simple type of celebration that was so successful at Easter, showing up at Mom's with danish, fresh mixed berries, chocolate-covered strawberries, and fresh-squeezed OJ for a quick...
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    If you are willing to tie your money up for at...

    If you are willing to tie your money up for at least a year, it would be hard to beat I bonds.
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    We've been making incremental progress on garden...

    We've been making incremental progress on garden clean-up, but I don't have much else to report. It looks like the weather gets a bit warmer next weekend, so that will be the right time to start...
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    Early: Those sound interesting. I always liked...

    Early: Those sound interesting. I always liked the music of the band Uriah Heep.
    You can learn plenty from fiction. One of my recent reads, Our House, was purely entertainment, but I did learn...
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    I read this a couple of years ago on a friend's...

    I read this a couple of years ago on a friend's recommendation, because I had never read anything by Woolf. I understand that it's supposed to be brilliant, but the brilliance was lost on me. I...
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    DH "hired" me as his regular barber during Covid,...

    DH "hired" me as his regular barber during Covid, and I continue in that role. I've never cut my own hair, other than the obligatory minor hack job when I was 5 years old. I do my own nails though,...
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    Our FOL has a dedicated room at the library with...

    Our FOL has a dedicated room at the library with books for sale all the time, paperbacks 50 cents and hardcovers one dollar, and you can fill a tote bag for 5 bucks. They just recently started...
  22. Thread: Roe v Wade

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    I always knew that parenthood wasn't for me, and...

    I always knew that parenthood wasn't for me, and I'm beyond grateful to live in a place and time that it is actually optional.
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    I think this is a reference to something that...

    I think this is a reference to something that happened within your family, is that right? I'm a little unclear and just want to understand rather than passing over something that sounds so horrible.
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    Frugal-one: We spent a few days in Portland last...

    Frugal-one: We spent a few days in Portland last month, and while we were there, I noticed that one of the tiny diamonds had fallen out of my wedding band. It was a very inexpensive ring even back...
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    The Queen of Palmyra by Minrose Gwin - good novel...

    The Queen of Palmyra by Minrose Gwin - good novel about racism in the south in the fifties, told through the eyes of a young white girl.
    The Postmortal by Drew Magary - the author had a neat idea, a...
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