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commented on Close to Home
6 months ago
Except it isn’t horse, it’s pig. That’s why many who eat kosher don’t eat Jello. Or gummy candies. Some do, since it’s far removed from the meat, others don’t, but I know it is because of pork, not just any animal.
commented on Luann
8 months ago
You ever been in drama classes in high school or community college? It’s all about ego, the teacher’s more than the student’s. And the “teacher’s pets” get the roles, every time. You want to actually act? Join community theater, not school classes! The camp director sees herself in Tiff.
Why are you bringing up Dirk? Am I missing something?Besides, he explained all about his reformation to Toni when she saw him. He’s the one who caused he to want to get married to Brad!
Don’t worry, she’ll tell Toni all about it! Brad will talk to Quill and tell him to knock it off. That’s what big brothers do!
A little girl doesn’t care if it’s months away (I hope they don’t drag the engagement out for years!), she just knows she’ll be in the wedding! (We are talking about Toni and Brad here, not Luann and Qwill!)
commented on For Better or For Worse
8 months ago
My kids are grown, or nearly are (17 is my youngest) and they never were forced to continue something just because they liked it at one time! I start things, learn I don’t like it after all, and stop. No biggie. None of us are lazy layabouts! My kids always found something else to interest them. They were allowed the freedom to try, test things out, keep at it or not. I believe it is very important for children to be allowed to do this! As I commented before, you need to try lots of things to find your passion!
That’s the excuse parents always use! If the kid doesn’t enjoy playing, if he lost interest, let him quit. We learn what it is we really love to do by trying a lot of things we don’t. He may be talented and love something completely different if he is allowed the freedom to explore new things, not be forced to stick with this just because he voiced interest a while back. Of course he was interested then, his uncle played. He would have been interested in anything his uncle did!
commented on Arlo and Janis
8 months ago
It’s called “equal rights.” No one is attacking or trying to take away your freedoms. Just give them to everyone, equally.
When did I miss the news that Toni had custody of her niece?
So, why can’t Quill come over anyway? Maybe he hates kids and Luann will be disillusioned!
So why does she get a new fork, a new glass, a new piece of celery, etc? The juice on her jacket makes sense, the rest should just be ignored. Unless of course, Liz is right! Maybe the dishes didn’t get washed properly that day! But, dirty celery? I guess it didn’t get washed at all.
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