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 No I was not using kids. The word I wanted was usually. 24/Feb/09 12:35 AM |  |
 How did that happen? 24/Feb/09 12:35 AM |  |
 When my mom found it difficult to awaken us she'd flip on a stong light in our eyes and sing to us. 24/Feb/09 12:38 AM |  |
 My kids would join in the song. WE even had some harmony. 24/Feb/09 12:45 AM |  |
 I got snuggles. hehehehe She makes me into mush the first thing in the morning so she can get away with things until nap time and then she refreshes the mushiness by cuddling with me again. 24/Feb/09 12:56 AM |  |
 Cannot believe you had 6 children in the car and could not strap them in. OH the horror. My brother and I had to sit on opposite sides of the vehicle and were not allowed to look at each other on when went places. 24/Feb/09 12:57 AM |  |
 Plum, after we lost our cuteness, mom would do the bright light thing and on second warning she would pull blankets off. We knew not to get a 3rd warning. 24/Feb/09 12:58 AM |  |
 You were talking about blankies... My son had a LIVE blankie. He'd suck his thumb and take the tip of the cat's tail in his other hand and rub his thumb across the fur on the tip of the cat's tail! Put him to sleep every time! Any cooperating cat would do. 24/Feb/09 1:01 AM |  |
 How hard was it to come by a cooperating cat? 24/Feb/09 1:04 AM |  |
 Sounds to me Karen like you are being played! 24/Feb/09 1:05 AM |  |
 Wow Shiela you had a super cat. We had to boot the cat out when the girl came. Busy was jealous and would attack the girl.I thought it was unfair, since the cat was here before the girl, but Man would not allow me to boot the girl out, even though she was the tail puller. 24/Feb/09 1:05 AM |  |
 Oh my dutiful young son just cleared his place from the breakfast table. I can tell by the trail of milk from his spot all the way to the sink and down the front of the cupboard! 24/Feb/09 1:07 AM |  |
 Our first van had windows all around a two bench seats in the back. The first bench was smaller and used by the boys. Girls sat in the back and managed to fit. Neither of my girls weight very much. In those days I only weight 110. Oh for the good old days. 24/Feb/09 1:09 AM |  |
 He had three cats. One at home and one at each Grandma's. What more could you need??? 24/Feb/09 1:09 AM |  |
 You think Jill? You should see her work her Daddy. It is soooo easy and she can do it without tears. Don't you love it when they do what they are supposed to, like put their dishes in the sink. 24/Feb/09 1:10 AM |  |
 Plum, talking about music to wake up to...I always woke to the "Morning March" (John Phillip Sousa-type) on the radio. When it came on I knew I had 10 minutes to get to the school bus! I probably wouldn't have gotten up if they'd ever forgotten to play it! I always wondered if they played it just for me! 24/Feb/09 1:12 AM |  |
 I tell ya. These little girls! Jack doesn't stand a chance with 2 of 'em in the house! 24/Feb/09 1:14 AM |  |
 Oh Shiela, they did play the song just for you. How on earth did you get up 10 minutes before the bus arrived?Well, ladies I have enjoyed the conversation but I must start preparations to exit the house at noon, which means I only have 3 1/2 hours to do so. Of course, I will still pop in but in between my beauty therapy. 24/Feb/09 1:19 AM |  |
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 Good morning Jerry, how did your mother wake you? Do you have daughters that you are wrapped around their little fingers? Do you still have your favorite blankie? 24/Feb/09 1:24 AM |  |
 You people must have had traumatic awakenings in your youth. I do not recall how I awoke in my schooldays. I don't remember my mother having such evil tactics. Maybe she didn't need them because I was such an angelic child ! 24/Feb/09 1:27 AM |  |
 Found it . . . Three Dog Night - "Joy to the World" (aka Jeremia was a Bullfrog) . . . on my page 24/Feb/09 1:33 AM |  |
 I was usually putting clothes on as I ran out the door! I quite often had nightmares about not being able to find anything to wear in the closet in those ten minutes! If that actually had happened, I'd have been in real trouble! School was 9 miles away and I'm sure my mother would have made me walk!! (It takes me almost an hour to get ready now!) 24/Feb/09 1:34 AM |  |
 Oh Jill, only knowing you a few weeks that comment wants me to go put on some really high boots.How we were woken up gave told us what mood Mom was in. Always a good thing to know how your day was going to be. 24/Feb/09 1:37 AM |  |
 I can remember ironing my white, school uniform shirt whilst it was wet, also my petticoat (underskirt) because I had starched them too late to let them dry. Then I would wear them still damp....no wonder I have rheumatism and arthritis. 24/Feb/09 1:42 AM |  |
 As to getting out of bed, I wanted to go to school in my bed. With Jack Frost pictures on the inside of the bedroom window we used to try and dress under the covers as much as possible. 24/Feb/09 1:44 AM |  |
 Yippee! I am having a great day. Grandma called and asked for the girl. And I learned yesterday that the other Grandma wants her again this next weekend. Now who wants her Thursday, that is when I will be loosing my mind again? 24/Feb/09 1:46 AM |  |
 There was a time it just took 45 minutes to dress, that is from shower to walking out the door. I miss those days. Now it takes hours to get ready. Oh GannieMo, ironing first thing in the morning. I think I would have got dressed for school before going to bed. Though when I did do that I got into trouble for some reason. 24/Feb/09 1:50 AM |  |
 2:10 Hi to all. Thought for the Day: I don't think I can provide a rigorous explanation for why I'm not a snail. 24/Feb/09 1:52 AM |  |
 Love it André says Mo with a very slow drawn out trail of procrastinators enthusiasm 24/Feb/09 1:57 AM |  |
 Oh! GannieMo... I almost had forgotten... My 10 minute rush from bed to the bus usually included ironing the front & cuffs of a blouse! (No time to iron the rest of the shirt. Luckily the rest of the shirt was covered by a sweater!) I must have been crazy! 24/Feb/09 2:16 AM |  |
 No blankie, don't remember ever having one. One, maybe 2 calls to get up. No daughters (or sons). I did have a niece that tried, successfully, to gain favorable, to her, attention... 24/Feb/09 2:30 AM |  |
 That is NOT me with Dolly Sods. Never met her!But when still blurry, I note Dolly's resemblence to Mount Rushmore. 24/Feb/09 2:34 AM |  |
 Good Maen to everyone. Interesting rock formation! 24/Feb/09 2:35 AM |  |
 Off to school today. 45 kindergarteners need lunchtime supervision. Good Luck with the Doc Karen! TTFN 24/Feb/09 2:44 AM |  |
 Oh Jerry, everyone needs a blankie. Hubby (44) has a blankie and as I stated before it should have disappeared years ago. It is way too religious to keep a person comfy.Maybe while Jill is making her new addtion a blankie she could do one for you. Though I suggest no thumb sucking, that might not be so cute now. 24/Feb/09 2:56 AM |  |
 Greetings to all from sunny Ontario. Just a dusting of snow on the ground. 24/Feb/09 2:57 AM |  |
 Good Maen all!Go Jim (at the Dolly Sods)...but you, too, our other Jim!Glad you have sun today Cathy - always so beautiful with a fresh dusting of snow! 24/Feb/09 3:10 AM |  |
 Andre (sorry no accent)Loved your TFTD - my kind of pace. 24/Feb/09 3:11 AM |  |

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