When my husband and I first married we moved into rental property owned by his grandmother. Unbeknownst to us she had arranged for new siding with work to begin the day we got back from our honeymoon. Yikes! I learned to be out of bed and dressed before they got there each day.
Possibly someone considers it a safety hazard.
My daughter wore white Chucks at her first wedding. And no one even noticed because her dress hid them.
My late husband was 6’ 8" but only had a 34" waist so nothing in the Big & Tall store fit him. They really do mean “and” not “or”.
How old is Lucy supposed to be? She is sitting in a Babee-tenda, a small table for toddlers with a folding seat in the middle. Most kids grew out of them around 3 or 4 years of age.
…or pregnant and in your 36th hour of labor. Happened to me. I was so-o-o-o-o hungry. (For those that don’t know, women in labor are not allowed to eat, just in case they need an emergency c-section.)
When I was in high school my father signed me up to be a guinea pig at the university dental school. I haven’t been afraid of dentists since.
I added scissors to my kitchen tool caddy years ago to open not just chips but bags of frozen vegetables, bacon, hot dogs, flour, sugar, etc. I also keep a couple of church keys(beer opener) handy for opening various boxes of food with perforated openings that are stronger than me.
Thanks, I’m fine now. That was 3 years ago. I was laid up for 6 weeks and came to the conclusion that it’s much easier all the way around to just wait for the spring thaw.
I can relate. My car has been buried in snow for the last 2 weeks. We’ve now had several days of above freezing temperatures and it is currently 50F. The snow is still up to my car’s bumpers. I’m hoping the snow all melts before the next round of cold temperatures and snow hits us tomorrow. If I was younger I’d do some shoveling but the last time I tried that I sprained both ankles and a knee.