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  1. amaryllis2 commented on The Buckets 2 days ago

    Car pulled up alongside me at a gas station, young guy, windows bulging from the screaming stereo. I, middle-aged mom, laughed and told him careful or you end up with these as I pulled my hearing aids out and dangled them in front of my face, grinning. He actually reached into his car and turned that stereo way down. Who knew it could be that easy. (And good for him.)

  2. amaryllis2 commented on Stone Soup 2 days ago

    To learn better how to love and be there for others and in so doing find our best selves.

  3. amaryllis2 commented on The Argyle Sweater 4 days ago

    They don’t test that stuff on animals and I hear they don’t keep the factory so clean, either. They’d rather risk a pandemic.

  4. amaryllis2 commented on The Duplex 4 days ago

    Best strip ever! I love it!

  5. amaryllis2 commented on Lio 5 days ago

    They don’t tell their members, but, the Bible that the Jehovah’s Witnesses work from has all the inconvenient passages that might not back them up taken out—the King James version it is not.

  6. amaryllis2 commented on The Buckets 7 days ago

    Love it!

  7. amaryllis2 commented on Stone Soup 11 days ago

    @Harebell: maybe they’re in California. Schoolbuses died out with Prop 13 in the ’70’s. There are still a few buses, but we were told to pay a thousand dollars per year per kid to put them on it and it didn’t come within a mile of our house anyway.

  8. amaryllis2 commented on Pickles 12 days ago

    Dan and Sylvia got married and bought the house next door. Re birds: if a nest full of peregrine falcon chicks (eyases) or even eggs loses its parent birds, unrelated peregrines will step in and raise them.

  9. amaryllis2 commented on Frazz 16 days ago

    @Varnes: all cats should be indoor cats, or have access to an enclosed porch from their cat door. They decimate native bird populations—there’s a wren species that nests in bushes around houses and it’s now extinct on the East Coast and Midwest. Cats are the main reason.

  10. amaryllis2 commented on Jump Start 18 days ago

    I once saw a toddler having a total meltdown in a store as her daddy tried not to drop her in her flailing hard, and I caught her eye, smiled, and said, I’ve had days like that. She stopped, looked at me, smiled shyly back, and melted quietly into her daddy while he was going, oh thank you, THANK you!