I use both, though not at the same time.
I used to have one of those and don’t know what happened to it. Probably, my ex took it with him when he left me to be with another woman. And even before I ever had a dishwasher, it was much easier to wash and clean because those reversible plates could be removed for cleaning. Kind of wish I had it now.
There was a time when my family visited my Aunt, Uncle and cousins in another state. It was summer time and there was a steep hill in town. My one cousin, my brother and I would “ride” bicycles down that hill. There was a cross-street at the bottom of the hill, but we never worried about any traffic that might come along. It was a really small town and back in the 50s. Not everyone had a car, but there were some. I guess we were lucky that no car ever came along when we got to the bottom of that hill. It would have been a real disaster! We never talked about our fun with our parents.
Not for me! I always start on December 1, nomatter when Thanksgiving is.
So funny! For those who do not know, “poisson” is French for fish.
I will be busy making Christmas cookies and candy. There is much less to worry about having stopped sending out Christmas cards several years ago. Also, no tree to decorate. Just a few table decorations and a wreath on the door. Christmas music playing on the stereo adds to the mood. No mad rush to get everything done.
Read the book by Desmond Morris: The Naked Ape. Those naked apes are humans>
If you really want to greet the dog, you may do so after it has settled down. Dogs are just as happy to engage with you after minding their owner.
That did not work for my daughter either.
O Holy Night