i saw it more as a request due to the inclusion of ‘please’, although the substitution of ‘would’ for ‘can’ would make it clearer
My parents also grew up in the Depression and were very much into ‘waste not, want not’, always use up what you have before buying new, including what do you have that can substitute for what you feel you need – still seems like good advice.
The dogs with whom I’ve shared housing seemed more to see the 2 legged members of the household as family and/or playmates.
Recently I seem to be ‘liking’ comments as a way of saying ‘thank you for that information, unpleasant as it may be.’
Even better – a must show Hubby cartoon!
The German Shepherd that raised me joined the family about 8. He was responsible for herding the children (I had 2 older sisters) to bed and assuring that we stayed there until time for breakfast, checked all visitors, and sympathized amazingly when I came home feeling rejected by my classmates. Yes, one does miss them even after more than 60 years.
You missed the ‘/s’?
Obviously since the woman came much closer than 6 feet to complain about the lack of masks on the other customers, she doesn’t really believe the guidelines are for her.
I’m probably late to the discussion, but I’m seeing the sheep and shepherd cartoon. I’ll certainly not object to seeing it tomorrow, if that’s what it takes to straighten things out and get all your cartoons to all of us. Probably will chuckle again and then enjoy comments related to the actual cartoon.