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  1. about 11 hours ago on Pluggers

    My mom’s next-door neighbor gets the newspaper & saves the crosswords for her.

  2. about 11 hours ago on Joe Heller

    Same thing that happened to Sears & KMart…

  3. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    I’m usually OK as long as I don’t go over about 30g of carbs per meal (significantly less than the ADA recommendation, but not keto – that’s a bridge too far). I eat a lot of cheese & other full-fat dairy, meat, eggs, & nuts, along with non-starchy veggies. I must be doing something right; I’m down 20 lbs. & my A1c has been hanging right around 6 for 6 years. My doc approves!

  4. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    I just figured the speech bubble was hiding the WIP.+ I hope to Ceiling Cat the thing hasn’t fallen off the needles! Although it could be worse – it could be something with lace…been there, done that, HUZZAH for lifelines…

    +(For non-knitters: WIP = work in progress. A lifeline is a length of yarn you thread thru a row of stitches every few rows so you don’t lose a lot of your work if you do drop stitches.)

    p.s. See instagram.Com/p/CivTtSLpWwV/ for a few of the lacy things I’ve made. I don’t wear lace, but I love knitting it & showing it off!

  5. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Picky, picky, picky…yeah, as a knitter, I always notice when people/critters are shown holding their knitting needles strangely too!

  6. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    Maybe. Maybe some begin with “Dee”…

  7. about 11 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    You never can tell with camera 1 around…& Puck is on the air, after all…

  8. about 12 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    He might also be able to hear them thru the glass. This time of year, I can hear the dawn chorus with the windows closed.

  9. about 12 hours ago on Breaking Cat News

    I love bulgar, old-fashioned slow-cooking oatmeal, brown rice, couscous, barley, all that whole-grain stuff. The trouble is, my body doesn’t seem to make much distinction between “good” & “bad” carbs. “Bad” carbs make my sugar go up & down fairly quickly. “Good” carbs make it go up a little more gradually, but it stays up longer. So I still limit how much I eat, just to be safe. When I talked to my doc about this, he said I’m not the only one – for some of us, “carbs is carbs,” whatever form they come in!

  10. about 12 hours ago on Breaking Cat News


    I know strange things can happen after a fall, especially as we get older. I’m on alert for anything changing, & I checked in with staff at the front office & told them what happened, so they’ll be on the lookout too. So far, so good – & with everything I need to get done in the next couple of weeks, I hope it stays that way!