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  1. 3 days ago on Lola

    I like the version shown with one kid on each end. I need to get my great nieces and nephews to help out. I bet they would love to help.

  2. 3 days ago on Pluggers

    I sometimes have to make a few practice starts.

  3. 3 days ago on Lola

    I loved jump rope, even as an adult. Not sure I can still do it at age 67 tho’.

  4. 28 days ago on Flo and Friends

    My daughter does not like it when I do “unscheduled gravity checks.” Most of them have done no damage, but a few have – a broken foot, a broken shoulder and a cracked rib. So now I have to be really careful. Mostly I have to remember I am over 65.

  5. 28 days ago on Pluggers

    LOL Love the jokesters here. We used to have a peach tree and eating sun warmed, perfectly ripe peaches off the tree, with the juices running down your chin, was heavenly. Totally ruined store bought peaches for me.

  6. about 1 month ago on Working Daze

    Especially at that angle.

  7. about 1 month ago on Stone Soup

    Well, what helped the most was she likes to cook and clean and I liked to work outside the home. She is now 40 and the family dynamic has change drastically. For the better. Too many personal details to go into here, but basically, it is just her and I and I am retired.

  8. about 1 month ago on Pluggers

    Before my late husband became wheelchair bound, there was a lot of truth to this for us.

  9. about 1 month ago on Phoebe and Her Unicorn

    That’s when you find a D&D player and ask them them to roll a 4 sided dice. (never ask for their dice – it is bad luck for anyone else to touch their dice)

  10. about 1 month ago on Working Daze

    As a “stero-typical” American, I have not had exposure to Indian food, but have started trying it in the last decade. I have had chicken biryani and really liked it. I like some heat to my food (have had exposure with Tex-Mex, Chinese and Japanese) so was not surprised. My mother and I used to travel together and try new things and now my daughter and I are carrying on the tradition.