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You drew my family. Fortunately, we don’t travel anymore to see Mom’s side of the family, so no more fighting. Now our debates are about music, movies, books, and the Velveeta Voldemort (how quickly can he be evicted).
Indeed, like science fiction and cats!
I learned an easy simple knot that comes undone with a simple tug on the loose end. We use it primarily for restraints that we tie to the bedframe. We have to put the knots where the patient can’t reach them, of course. If the person gets in medical trouble we have to be able to do a fast release.
Driving scared me spitless. My behind the wheel instructor was patient with my fear. I was the only one of my friends who hadn’t gotten unofficial practice on back roads with parents coaching them in their early teens. He turned me into a pro on the interstate: one day we just went on and off I-94.
Looks about right.
And certain New Age types. (Dad commented that New Age rhymes with sewage.)
Where I lived and camped, the temperature varied like a sine wave. The tent also smelled of DEET and citronella.
I finished my Goodreads challenge in October. I love books. FB claims they own anything you post, so I decided I wasn’t going to touch them if they could use what I posted however they wanted.
It’s now classed as “Vulnerable” on the Endangered Species List in the USA.
I have a collection of vinyl and so does my hubby. I inherited Mom’s collection as well. We have a nice turntable and speakers, a cassette player (& tons of cassettes), plenty of VHS tapes and a VHS/DVD player. Dad has a Beta deck and tapes. Queen of the Stardust Ballroom is a movie we only have on Beta. Excellent movie on a superior medium to VHS. We also have fine DVD players.