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Mary from Southern Ontario - I got a chuckle from your comment about politicians & weathermen. We sure can't say the same about doctors and teachers, for example! How's your back feeling?
If a dog was the teacher you would learn stuff like:
When loved ones come home, always run to kiss and greet them.
Never pass up the opportunity to go for a simple joyride.
Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to pure ecstasy.
When it's in your best interest, practice obedience and good behavior.
Let others know when they've invaded your territory.
Take naps when you're tired.
Have a good stretch when rising.
Run, romp, and play daily.
Thrive on attention and let people touch you.
(and avoid biting when a simple growl will do.)
On warm days, stop to lie on your back in the grass and simply ENJOY life.
On hot days, drink lots of water and lie under a shady tree.
When you're happy, dance around and wag your entire body.
No matter how often you're scolded, don't buy into the 'guilt thing' and pout..! Run right back and make friends again.
Kath from Valrico,thanks, hubby just said he is going to nail the seat up in his bathroom, its tough having what is concidered raising a large family and trying to own your own home, I can't image life without my girls, and paying off a morgage is just like paying rent, but on your own home.
Delight in the simple joys of a long walk.
Eat with gusto and enthusiasm. Stop when you have had enough.
Be a loyal friend. Never pretend to be something you're not.
If what you want lies buried, dig until you find it.
When someone is having a bad day, be silent, sit close by and hold them gently.
Hi angie! Have you heard of a line of credit, which replaces home loans for many people? You might find it serves your needs better and will work out cheaper when you have future expenses. All banks have them. Kathy, homes are really expensive only in sought after places in the big cities. I have a More...
g'mAen all! sun and snow here!
But on the sudoku beach I meet a crab:
The crab says that when you see it walking clumsily it does not mean that it has lost it's way. (Ewe proverb)
Le crabe dit que quand vous voyez qu'il marche de travers cela ne veut pas dire qu'il a perdu son chemin.
good luck Angie!
Angie, paying off a mortgage is MUCH better than paying rent! You know you'll get your money back if you sell someday, whereas rent just goes down the sewer. And if you stay long enough that house will be ALL yours someday. We just paid off our mortgage two years ago. What a great feeling that was!
Angie from Melb, I have the opposite problem to your hubby. I have 3 boys and feel like nailing the toilet seat down. They tell me that I should leave it up for them ! Have just moved to a bigger house with 2 toilets and they still use my toilet!
Susan, guess that's probably true in the U.S., too, where people can't afford city living, e.g. New York City, Boston, etc. Even in the outlying areas here, though, the housing market has gone crazy! New home prices (& resales, too!) now are ridiculous. Is that true in OZ also?
Jo, that's funny!! Guess my daughter in NC will have that problem in the future, too. Her boys are only 5,4,& 1 now. How old are yours?
Kathy my boys are 3,9 & 12.
Catherine - I like your proverb and your French lessons. Thank you. Just wish I could hear you say the words instead of just reading them! I have a friend who lives in Neuchatel, Switzerland who speaks French. We also had an exchange student from France stay with us a few years back. I loved hearing them speak in French.
WELL DONE BILLY T.!!!!!!!Was busy with other things and didn't notice the time. Good mAen all!!!!
had a beautiful day here yesterday, but today should be rainy if you believe the weathermen.
good Maen all.
Kathy, house and land prices have risen quite a bit in the past year - some areas more than others. Land at our local beaches has skyrocketed. I know what you mean about rent money going down the sewer, but remember that you don't pay for rates, water, repairs, insurance, pest control, improvements etc
I'm 3 years ahead of you - 3 boys 15, 12 and 9.
We just added on extra rooms, but ran out of money for fitting the ensiute, so I'm still playing the toilet seat game!
Woops, I missed that your youngest was 6 years behind #2. must be too late for maths!
Hot Babe! That beats all the puppies and kittens any day! More of those, and I'll be motivated to go faster and faster.
The toilet seat game is easy to fix. Every time you flush tiny droplets of icky water are sprayed around the room to a distance of 2 metres (which is why I would never own a home with toilet and shower or vanity in the same room) and they remain floating around for hours. My family was so disgusted More...
Susan - what a good habit to establish early! Bet very few families besides yours do that! Shall we take a survey today - ha ha! Just kidding. Just think of all the trouble over air fresheners! I never had any sons so don't know first hand of problems with boys, but my daughters tell me another difficulty with their boys is, how shall we say, their 'aim' is not always good!!
Robyn, Haven't seen you for awhile! Played any squash lately?
Susan- shall have to try your approach re. toilet lid with the boys.
Kathy - Yes aim is a big issue , especially with 3yo. which is why I love having an ensuite.
Richard - are there signs of spring in Czech Republic yet? I forget if I have asked you what city you are in. We will be in Prague on June 17, our 39th anniversary. That will be on a Saturday this year, just like in the year we were married, 1967. Everyone tells us that Prague is a beautiful city. Can't wait to see it.
Jo, what is an ensuite?
Robyn - hope you get your ensuite soon, it makes a difference!
It's very late and I must go to bed.
Kathy - it's a bathroom which joins the master bedroom.
6:16 - no mistakes! Good Maen to all. Loved the jokes. Thanks for the laughs! This is the fourth day that we've been snowed in. I don't like to drive in the snow so I'm waiting for the rain. Hopefully today!!
Kathy, The other day you said you used to live in Lawrence. What brought you to Kansas?
Kathy, an ensuite is a bathroom that opens into a bedroom, usually parents' room. A trend here is to have clear glass walls, but I don't know that I'd like that! I read somewhere that a way to fix the 'aim' problem was to put a table tennis ball into the water. Little boys find it great fun to aim at, and it reappears after each flush. How did we get onto the toilet subject? Time for bed now.
good Maen to all... visting Kingston Ontario today. Our daughter has a ringette game to play here. In case you don't know about ringette it is a game played on ice with a straight stick and a ring and basically by girls. There are men's leagues usually the players are coaches/dads or boyfriends of ringette players
Hi Steph! When my husband was in the Navy, they sent him to KU for his Master's Degree in Petroleum Management. We went from there to the Navy base in Roosevelt Roads, Puerto Rico where he ran the fuel operation for three years.
Jo, make sure you tell them that the first place the water droplets hit is their faces as they stand over the bowl to flush! zzzzzzzzzzzz
Susan, You are full of good ideas!! I will tell my daughters about the ping pong ball. Good night, sleep tight, and don't let the bed bugs bite (as my mother used to say). Sweet dreams!
Good Maen all. Back on the toilet subject: I've never really understood the reason why the male gender has to stand to pee and make a mess of everything. Even the ones with great aim dribble somewhere on the outside of the bowl or the floor. Gross! Any good reason why they can't just sit down to More...
I decorated and typed the following for our daughter on her 21st birthday, as she was getting ready to go on to Grad school. She claims is the best present she ever got. (So parents, forget the new car, surfboard and lap computer – just cut and paste)
What Women Should Know and Have
A Woman More...
enough money within her control to move out and rent a place of her own even if she never wants to, or needs to. . . .
something perfect to wear if the employer or date of her dreams wants to see her in an hour…
a youth she’s content to leave behind. . .
a past juicy enough that she’s More...
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