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  1. K.C. Fahel commented on Peanuts Begins about 2 hours ago

    Being short, I have a number of photos of myself with other people using me as a PLP. All done in fun, of course. I didn’t mind.

  2. K.C. Fahel commented on Rose is Rose about 2 hours ago

    Years ago a co-worker of mine, who was a very honored and affluent man, would dress up and appear at the annual Pumpkin Festival as Pumpkinman. Kids loved him. Sadly, about a year after he died, someone was committing crimes wearing a pumpkin mask and was dubbed “Pumpkinman”, which, to me, put a smudge on my co-worker’s memory.

  3. K.C. Fahel commented on PreTeena about 3 hours ago

    My daughters used to spend summers at a day camp. It was great the first few years when both the physical AND the cerebral were touched upon (neither of my girls are “sporty” and both love to read; also, my older one has balance issues that are genetic, which makes most sports nearly impossible for her), but new people came in charge and it went more and more towards sports. Thankfully, 2 years ago the older one got into an exclusive academic summer program (which also DID include some outdoor, sporty stuff) that is right up her alley. Last year we found a better, more balanced summer program for the younger one, and she’s hoping this year to get into the same program as her sister.

  4. K.C. Fahel commented on Peanuts Begins 1 day ago

    “The Call of the Wild” is one of my personal favorites. My daughter had to write an alternative ending for her English class. I’ll be honest (and it’s not just mother-love talking), her ending is spectacular.

  5. K.C. Fahel commented on Peanuts 1 day ago

    Yesterday, when we were walking to the car to go to church, my daughters & I kicked leaves the entire way to the driveway, then back to the door from the car afterward.

  6. K.C. Fahel commented on Garfield Classics 1 day ago

    It’s fairly amazing that Pooky really hasn’t changed all that much over the years. At least not as much as Garfield has!

    This also reminds me of something my daughter did when she was just a little under 2 years old. She saw a teddy bear that my husband had (it was a gift from me). She picked it up, said, “Moe!” and hugged it. My husband relented. She’s turning 14 next month and still has Moe, but she & my husband always joke about how she “stole” Moe from him.

  7. K.C. Fahel commented on Peanuts Begins 2 days ago

    F6F5Hellcat said, yesterday

    @K.C. Fahel

    Were you the ones who posted that video on YouTube of the cat fetching the toy up from the bottom of the stairs?__________________________________

    Nope. We HAVE video of Alexandra doing it, but it’s all on VHS only. Not post-able.

  8. K.C. Fahel commented on Garfield Classics 2 days ago

    One time my husband & I had to give our 25-lb. cat, Tiki, pills. I would have to hold him by sitting cross-legged on the floor & using both arms, while hub forced Tiki’s mouth open, shoved the pill in, then rub Tiki’s throat to stimulate swallowing. When we thought the pill was down, I’d let go. Tiki would take a few steps, look at us, then spit the pill across the room!

  9. K.C. Fahel commented on For Better or For Worse 2 days ago

    First of all, God doesn’t “waste time counting”. He already KNOWS the answers. Second, he gives people the gifts they need to bring peace; they just have to utilize gifts. God is not some great puppet-master; He gave us all free will. Third, he doesn’t punish. Most of the bad things that happen are, in some way, caused by that same free will of the people. Sometimes He steps in; other times someone needs to learn something from it.

  10. K.C. Fahel commented on Peanuts Begins 3 days ago

    We had a cat that played fetch with a twist. We’d start at the top of a long staircase and throw the item (usually milk jug rings or “jingle balls”) down the stairs and she would take off after them. However, if they stopped before hitting the bottom of the stairs, she would knock it back into play. She wouldn’t pick the item up until it was at the very bottom of the stairs, but THEN she would pick it up & bring it back up the stairs.