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  1. Chickweed Fan commented on Today's Dogg 1 day ago

    Beautiful artwork of a Scottie.

  2. Chickweed Fan commented on Today's Dogg 1 day ago

    Beautiful artwork of a Border Collie.

  3. Chickweed Fan commented on Rose is Rose 1 day ago

    We don’t do the laundry together. He does his and I do mine. Has been like this for several years. When we had 3 kids living at home, I did the laundry for everyone. Since there’s just the 2 of us, we do our own laundry.

  4. Chickweed Fan commented on Rose is Rose 1 day ago

    Not necessarily so about the husband. I did the wash for our family of 5 for many years. But for the past several years, since my husband retired in 1997, he does his laundry and I do mine. Just the 2 of us.

  5. Chickweed Fan commented on Thatababy 6 days ago

    We also used plain playing cards. One of the fond memories of my childhood. :)

  6. Chickweed Fan commented on Thatababy 6 days ago

    The parents would have to come up with money for college any way, so this wouldn’t make sense.

  7. Chickweed Fan commented on Raising Duncan 6 days ago

    One of my dogs doesn’t like thunderstorms and will run around instead of going potty. When it rains hard, I put the dogs in the garage if one of the cars is outside. I would rather clean up after them in there than have a dog that’s hard to get to come back in and would be very wet. I clean up with a water and bleach mix. Don’t want to put them in the basement because they might mess down there. Would rather have a clean up job in the garage than the basement. Naturally, I prefer they go outside even if it’s raining. But . . .

  8. Chickweed Fan commented on Little Dog Lost 15 days ago

    My husband had one when he was a kid living in California. Unlike the one shown in the cartoon, his was made entirely of galvanized pipe, except for the seats. It was rounded on the bottom and didn’t need a base. The seats were replaced over the years. It was in our backyard for many years when we moved to Missouri and used by our three children. We have a picture of my husband and a friend of ours on the teeter-totter.

    When our three kids grew up, and we had no grandchildren living with us, it was donated to our neighborhood playground. Someone decided it was too dangerous and we got it back. The same people thought a merry-go-round was too dangerous and had it removed. They also didn’t like the wooden playground equipment we donated after our grandkids outgrew it and replaced it with something else. Our slide was metal. The slide on the other equipment was plastic. Our young grandsons had the equipment in their backyard until they moved.

    The teeter-totter is now on the patio of our 11- and 13-year-old grandsons. I’m sure it will soon go to our 3-year-old grandson.

    When something is well-built, and taken care of, it will last a long time.

  9. Chickweed Fan commented on Raising Duncan 24 days ago

    A few years ago, I gave my husband a card with How do I love thee? Let me count the ways on the front. Inside, it had silhouttes (sp) of couples in different positions. He liked it.

    While sorting out items for a church rummage sale a couple of years ago, I came across a glass or cup with the same figures on it. Showed it to someone and someone else bought it. I had wanted to buy it. Shouldn’t have shown it to that person.

  10. Chickweed Fan commented on Raising Duncan 28 days ago

    So true :)