I got married on April 1, 1962. The marriage lasted for 28 years when my then-husband found himself a younger woman. My life has been much better since then, and he lost his about 9 years ago. Guess who the April fool is in this situation.
I don’t use either one.
I have a granddaughter who had one of those but after about a year, she took it out. Guess it was more trouble than she wanted. Then last year, her younger sister had a tongue stud put in. Can’t figure these kids out, but I am hoping that she will get rid of it soon too.
The basin is what they need to put the afterbirth into.
And that plastic is very insulating, so those homeless folks can keep warm when it is cold outside.
I always thought I was immune to everything and would never get sick. Never got any childhood diseases though my brothers did. Did a lot of babysitting for kids who had those diseases and never caught anything. Ditto when my kids were little. When I became an “old” person, I started out with arthritis, then digestive problems and finally a heart condition. I do what I can to stay healthy but now am not so sure that I won’t catch the corona virus. I know what you mean when you say you are just glad that you are still here. I wish you health!
I am 78 and go to my local grocery stores, the bank and to the drug store. I use had sanitizer when I leave the store and make sure to wipe down everything I can before putting them away when I get home. Then I wash my hands with soap and water. Don’t know if I was preventing anything, but am still healthy all these weeks later. I will continue to take all my precautions until this is over, and probably some of them afterwards. We all know of Trump’s lies, though a lot of Republicans still believe in him. They must have blinders on!
Doing well here. We have “social distancing” and most folks are practicing that. I did get together with my son and grandkids last weekend for his birthday. We had some carry-out pizza from our favorite Italian place. One bonus for us was that getting those pizzas home gave them enough time to cool off enough so none of us burned the inside of our mouths. One week later and we are all still well, but I don’t think we will be getting together again until this is all over. Thank goodness for the telephone and computer. I miss seeing them in person.
In my experience, cats and dogs can and do get along just fine. There might be a week or two of adjustment when they are first brought together, but after that, there is no problem. My son and my daughter had both cats and dogs in their respective households and they never had a problem either.
Boogie boards are what those were called 44 years ago when my 1 year old was taking “Mommy and Me” swim lessons.