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Middle aged disabled lady living with ME/CFS for 27 yrs. Cat Mom to Luna and Merlin. Wife to great hubby.

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  1. about 7 hours ago on Pickles

    61 and still kickin’

  2. about 10 hours ago on Pickles

    It’s what we used to use on Sunday with our Silly Putty to have fun with the printed comics before they changed the ink….

  3. 6 days ago on Pickles

    Not as long as he does everything necessary outdoors… (at least here)

  4. 7 days ago on Pickles

    You might be joking but I entirely agree with you. In fact it’s kind of a plan if real estate prices ever calm down. My inlaws lived in mobile homes in Florida right next door to each other. They were Oscar and Felix types and it was the only way to make it work after 55 yrs. They visited and had a meal a day together. Our other option is a home with an inlaw apartment, or one with double master suites.

  5. 7 days ago on Pickles

    We’re mostly retired. Well, hubby retired and got bored so he works 2-3 days a week. We tend to wear things twice and then wash as well.

  6. 7 days ago on Pickles

    Nope. I can’t go there. I actually like folding clothes so I do the folding (hubby will bring it to me if it’s a bedbound day). They all have a place and they all go in them, at least when clean. Hubby has his office to make whatever mess he wants in but if things aren’t in their places otherwise I can’t get around in my wheelchair. Necessity…

  7. 7 days ago on Gray Matters

    Dunno, I guess to celebrate it at the actual time in your zone? I’ve literally never crossed time zones so it’s all greek to me.

  8. 7 days ago on Gray Matters

    So it’s not rerun at midnight in the other time zones? Never knew that.

  9. 7 days ago on Pickles

    Hubby and I both have “wear again” piles but we put them on a bench at the end of the bed. The next time I do laundry, they get washed if they are still there. It works.

  10. 8 days ago on Gray Matters

    “To have made even one person’s life a little better, that is to succeed.”— Henry David Thoreau