Well said, Susan. And I don’t think your are the sort who would “go off” on someone who clearly means well, but sometimes gets it wrong. I have spent years trying to recognize the bits or prejudice (sometimes large ones) with which my mind was furnished early on. And just when I think I’m doing well, and getting it right, I trip over another piece of that old furniture — some odd baseless expectation of a person I have tagged with a label. We do need reminders, and some gentle grace as we all try to move beyond stereotypes and into real awareness and acceptance. Thanks for doing your part — spreading some genuine sunshine!
I would speculate that Earl was charming when he married into the family. The curmudgeon came later!
I believe that was written by Steve Stills of Crosby, Stills, and Nash, who also recorded it.
She’s telling IT, the toad frog, to go pee on Arlo, for making the same kind of fuss the debaters are making!
When I was young, it was always one of the teachers — probably whichever one drew the short straw that day!
Never trust auto-correct or auto-complete! Transpose a couple letters, look back, and you may not even recognize your comment!
“Amazon is very likely the only thing that is keeping USPS from bankruptcy.”
Seems to me most Amazon orders are being delivered by the other guy — in the brown truck!
Seems like much of what they call history now, some of us covered in “current events”!
I’d read that — I’m still a kid, been a kid for 75 years and don’t plan to give it up.
I guess that depends on what each one wants!