A nick name that some friends gave me years ago. If we were having a gathering, I ALWAYS brought dessert. It started out with me volunteering to bring it, and once they figured out I made really good desserts, I got voluntold to bring dessert. I eventually went to culinary school and worked for awhile as a baker/dessert chef for a catering company (until joint injuries sidelined me, but hopefully going back soon).
I have a MacBook Air and use Opera and can see my avatar and yours. I don’t remember what the parameters were to set my avatar (was probably using Chrome at the time).
Happy Birthday! Enjoy your day, have some coffee, eat some cake (or pie, or whatever pastry you like best) :)
Hey now, I resemble that remark ;) Except that the albums do actually get looked at on occasion.
Truly! Especially when you add in two ADHD dx’s, dyslexia, and anxiety disorders. My husband and I are old enough and just functional enough to not have been dx’d until we were well into adulthood (after we had kids), we often joke that our kids were unknowingly genetically screwed. That said, it’s never a dull moment at our house.
Excellent points! I have an autistic son (and Aspie hubby) with Sensory Processing Disorder and pretty sure daughter and I have HSP – our house is interesting to say the least.
Our MC boy was the most vocal of all cats we’ve ever had.
Due to the pandemic we have five cats (our three, plus recent college grad daughter’s two). The two males (1yo & 3yo) get the zoomies together at least twice a day – it’s normally pretty entertaining.
OMC! This could be my house. Our eldest cat – a female, ginger tabby – doesn’t like any of the other cats (the one she did like passed away in Dec). My daughter and her cats moved in with us in March when her university went online only. Her white female and said ginger can’t be in the same room with each other without getting in a fight.
My sister and I had a chifferobe when we were little (back in the 60’s/70’s) that I think came from one of my grandparents. Ours had drawers on one side, a section for hanging clothes on the other, and over the drawers was a small cabinet with mirrored door to keep hair brushes, etc. My dad still has it in use in his house.