My oldest granddaughter has a big crush on my youngest son. He plays along with it, but she’s 11, so no problem in the offing…
Because he TRIED to get him to do it, first. Ha!
That was SO my son. Now he’s on his own. Hate to see what his apartment looks like…
Yes; homemade costumes are SO much better! (Always did my own, even as a kid… went as Shakespeare one year…)
Don’t you mean “intellectually challenged”? And I hardly think Caulfield is intellectually challenged.
My husband’s ex wanted the grandchildren to call her grandmére (like Eleanor Roosevelt’s grandkids called her), but the kids couldn’t pronounce it. To this day she’s “Bambi”.
I make my own dryer balls from wool yarn – they work wonderfully well and have no scent.
I’ve had that song from “High Noon” stuck in my head for the past two days (& I don’t even like Westerns!).
Because, at least in my experience of gay weddings, most men don’t throw bouquets…
Yes; syllabus in middle school. I used to teach after school improvisation classes and had to supply a syllabus for 3-5th graders.