I never did, guess I missed the memo’s on what to wear each day. So I just wore what I liked, which was extremely different from the rest.
Don’t really remember. I do remember having tea with my mum after school. And then going to my room. Guess I did some homework there. But there was also time to play with the neighboring kids. Personally, I think playing after school first, when there’s still daylight, isn’t a bad idea. First get your mind clear with sports and play. After that, making homework is easier.
Yes, actually it was. In the long run, nobody’s going to remember that the house was always immaculately clean. But they will remember the time you spent with them. So spent time with your loved ones and just clean what really needs to be cleaned. You’ll never be able to erase the dust completely anyway.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Rest in Peace.
Actually, I still like Luann as character and I think today’s cartoon is funny. Luann makes the kind of observation I would make at some time, just wondering about a certain routine and why it has become that routine. Not to throw anybody under the bus at all.
As i work in a school, my summer still starts when school let’s out and ends when I go back to work, normally about 6 weeks, this year only 3 because of the current times.
Nice Drew, laying the blame on the woman…that’s what rapists also do; “she was asking for it with that short skirt”.
I am the same as well, but the guys do know my boundaries. And I concur, a smile and thank you works wonders, not only with male co-workers, I might add. Even today, it helps to be friendly to everyone, much easier to get help that way if you need it. And even if you don’t need help, a smile doesn’t cost you anything and might brighten someone else’s day.
Do you really believe that? ;-D
I do believe the movement serves a purpose, exposing all the men that willfully harassed women and got away with it under the pretense ‘that she wanted it as much as I did’ or ‘ it’s only harmless jokes’. No, it has to stop! If a woman says no, that is your answer, no need to push the issue. And yes, you have a point that it’s spiraling to far, because you do have to be able to flirt and make playful jokes. And it’s not just men on women, but also vice versa and among women or men. What we need is a world where you can flirt, make jokes, have fun, but always while keeping the other person’s feelings in mind. Stop if someone says it’s hurtful to them or uncomfortable.