Lucy, Dezi, Fred and Ethel put on many a show.
So, are you bragging?
Me too. I immediately got it when I read it out loud.
I honestly had a pretty good time in middle and high school. (I graduated high school in 1966). There were cliques, or groups that hung out together, but I had friends in all the groups. However, I don’t think my children and grandchildren experienced school the same way. It seems learning respect and tolerance are no longer required. :(
My brother and sister-in-law have an agreement: He cooks, she cleans. It has worked great for them for 30 years.
He should have stayed in his own house. Mom and Dad need to be more respectful of each other. They can each have their party while the other goes somewhere else for the evening. “My way or the highway” attitude never ends well.
I got a new puppy at age 70. I agonized over the decision, not sure if I would be here for her for her entire life until both of my adult children assured me that they would take her if I was not able.
My husband and I sometimes switched roles but usually he was the fun one…i was usually the nurturing one. Both roles were rewarding.
She could definitely start a little earlier…she’s starting her work day with a 9:00 appointment.
I was widowed 2 1/2 years ago (after 49 years of marriage). I don’t think you ever adjust to the change.