I mix them. Half a cup of Corn Flakes, half a cup of Frosted Flakes, & one sliced banana seems to be the perfect amount of sweetness.
I remember reading she didn’t live there. Her house is in a different district. They had her rent an apartment to qualify to run there. One would think that would be fraud…of course someone has to care about it in the first place.
I’m surprised that a strip from 1971! mentions health insurance. 50 years later and the US still hasn’t caught up to the true first world countries. I lived in Germany for a few years and saw the benefits of their healthcare.
Sounds like the lip bumper my daughter had with her braces. She had to have an expander at 9 years old! The kid had no chance of having straight teeth with my husband’s & my genetics. Now at 29 at least her teeth aren’t sideways. She had to have a transplant from her palate onto her gum line because the tooth flip was so pronounced that it left the roots exposed. That was when she was 10.
Matt announced he’s quitting. Here is the link:
I will need to get dentures soon. At almost 51 I am twice the age my mother was when she got hers (age 25). I know the dentist is going to try to get me to keep what few teeth I have & go with implants instead. I just keep remembering Alan Alda had severe headaches for years without a reason for them. The cause wound up being his implants. I guess them being drilled into the jaw caused the pain YEARS later. That’s why they weren’t looked at prior. I was just wondering if you’ve had any problems like that. I kept up with my dental health until about 8 years ago. Multiple medical problems have exacerbated what was already a losing battle.
When I lived in Germany there was a holiday where we put our shoes outside the door & in the morning they had candy in them. I was 4-7 years old when we were stationed there. It was at the beginning of December and chimney sweeps were the ones who supposedly filled them. Any reason to have candy is a good reason. :)
My daughter loves that we’re Irish. Green is her favorite color. She was so disappointed when I informed her my family comes from the ORANGE side of the island. We’re all still under “John Bull’s tyranny”.
My son-in-law usually runs late for all kinds of things, including his birthday. He’s a Patrick (Irish mum) & his birthday’s tomorrow-because of course he was late. That’s how I always remember it.
We could choose making the foods, learning the language, etc.-anything that was associated with that area. I could have made haggis for Scotland, but ugh why? Gaelic is a bizarre language. I had loved dancing since I learned to walk. I watched old musicals and copied the dances. I especially loved tap. No money meant that was as far as it went.