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  1. Thread: May Purge

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    Got rid of an outgrown booster seat (placed at...

    Got rid of an outgrown booster seat (placed at the curb, someone picked it up) and an inversion table the hubs used before his back surgery. Got $75 for that!
    Also two packages of ponytail holders...
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    ALL my DD's family furniture is already the dogs'...

    ALL my DD's family furniture is already the dogs' furniture.
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    I have been watering flowers and early crops for...

    I have been watering flowers and early crops for several weeks now. SO unnatural and unusual for April-May here. We are wa-a-a-a-ay behind in rainfall. April was record-breaking for lack of rain. I...
  4. Thread: How many homes?

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    I've had 18 different addresses in my life. I...

    I've had 18 different addresses in my life. I hope to move at least once more.
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    I've always kind of suspected that, Gardnr. I'd...

    I've always kind of suspected that, Gardnr. I'd like to see that survey too.

    My DH golf with a guy who says he's never gotten any flu vaccine, never gets the flu, not getting a COVID vaccine....
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    HS this is SO me, too. I could have written the...

    HS this is SO me, too. I could have written the title of the "I Hate My House" thread. My house does not reflect me whatsoever. However, maybe it does. It's not pulled together, not organized and not...
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    That IS sweet, Cathy. I always think of a (now...

    That IS sweet, Cathy.

    I always think of a (now passed away) friend of mine who was a puzzle enthusiast. She glued many of hers and had them placed around her grand house (which had a...
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    I like both of them, would prefer one-story at...

    I like both of them, would prefer one-story at this time of life, though.

    I always get eye-rolls from DH (and others) on the subject of manufactured homes. Like they're low-class, upscaled...
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    lifemate?

    lifemate?
  10. Thread: Happy Earth Day!

    by KayLR
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    Cool how that worked out, Catherine.

    Cool how that worked out, Catherine.
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    Now I see it Alan, thanks....genius!!

    Now I see it Alan, thanks....genius!!
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    I couldn't see the picture either. :(

    I couldn't see the picture either. :(
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    Hey Jane, I was just noticing on the Wa.gov...

    Hey Jane, I was just noticing on the Wa.gov website that there is now a state mobile vaccine team who will come to those who are homebound. See the form at:
    https://coronavirus.wa.gov/
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    I may have missed an earlier discussion on this,...

    I may have missed an earlier discussion on this, but, do you not have a health care provider who has vaccine? Does your state's department of health not have a vaccine 1-800 number or any other...
  15. Thread: Languishing

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    Nothing is keeping me from getting out and about,...

    Nothing is keeping me from getting out and about, but it's all local. I don't feel comfortable yet to travel much outside my region. The thought of getting on a plane at this point isn't pleasant to...
  16. Thread: Languishing

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    While not entirely owning that I am victim of...

    While not entirely owning that I am victim of some "syndrome," I will admit that I do find myself---like others have mentioned---having done some curious, healthy introspection. How very curious that...
  17. Thread: Languishing

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    I can relate. It's hard to make plans when things...

    I can relate. It's hard to make plans when things are so up in the air. So, life on hold. Or life localized.
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    I know what you mean; I used to get that mag too....

    I know what you mean; I used to get that mag too. But this book is not the science of cooking, more about finding combinations that go together and how to construct really scrumptious-meals-in-a...
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    Now that warmer weather has begun I dug out my...

    Now that warmer weather has begun I dug out my copy of "Bowls" published by America's Test Kitchen. It's a great book. We've been having "bowls" the last couple nights and hopefully DH is on board to...
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    My heart goes out to your family, esp. your...

    My heart goes out to your family, esp. your niece's husband and kids. How tragic.

    I'm inspired by you and your husband's recent decisions.
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    I have had luck using dry cleaning sheets (Dryel)...

    I have had luck using dry cleaning sheets (Dryel) in my dryer, but admittedly, never on anything as large as a Pendleton blanket. I would probably try what Yppej suggested before taking it to a...
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    Make the best of the time you have---and...

    Make the best of the time you have---and determine for yourself what your "best" is.
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    Several months ago my county discovered it had...

    Several months ago my county discovered it had been shorted a great deal on the distribution compared to other counties in the state. Some kind of oversight (I like to blame it on being in the PDX...
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    I just watched this wonderful "tour" from...

    I just watched this wonderful "tour" from Australia of a collection of chatelaines and forgotten needlework tools. It's very interesting to hear the history of their use and how they changed...
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    Great question! Because I also love my car and do...

    Great question! Because I also love my car and do not ever want to have to buy another one.
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