And – - I hope that jingle doesn’t stay in my head too long. But I admit this made me laugh out loud.
I was rather surprised when co-workers and friends told me the tooth fairy brought their kids $5 plus for each tooth! when my kids were young (and they’re in their 20s now) the tooth fairy left a Sacagawea $1 coin – we called them “gold coins” and I made the mistake of asking for Sacagawea gold coins at the bank once to prepare for a potential toothfairy visit! The look on the teller’s face – “lady, what??” oops! lol
Duuuuuudes! don’t go!
Isn’t there a terrible ice/snow storm going on? how is she going over there in slippers? what a dedicated helpful/nosy neighbor! lol
i miss Mo…..
more often, the argument is over whose STUFFING recipe to use – that’s worth crossing swords over! Not the gravy!
whether it is a fitness tracker or not- i like the idea of him wearing one! lol
The world turned upside down!!
i live on a small street of row homes in South Philadelphia and know most of my neighbors’ names. City people can be friendly too. But as people have noted – having dogs or children helps to break the ice!