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There is always the pouring-boiling-water part of pasta. My son, for instance, can’t safely lift that much water from stove height.
Nice-guy Wally moved in next door, & eventually won over skittish Joan (immediately won Max with his culinary skills). Andy’s folks (Wally’s sis and bro-in-law) were on the outs, & Andy came to live with Uncle Wally. Some ups and downs later, it became permanent. Luci was a surprise. Val met Phil when he pulled her over for speeding-now they date. Evie met Arnold on a house-build, and they are seeing what develops.
I see they removed the link. Here’s a recap. Val’s husband died when Alix was too young to remember him, but Holly can. Evie moved in to help & stayed. Joan’s Hubby #1 left her before Max was born, she foundered, & ended up moving in with a two-year-old Max.
The revenge can only happen if it is FUNNY. And I would like to see that, too!
Also, Dickerson, not all illnesses can be seen by glancing at a person.
I sure don’t know why she is explaining anything to useless coworker!
Alix needs to get a lesson in training dogs. First, get the behavior, then associate the English with it!
Frankly, I think Holly is ‘not Lassie,’ either!
You might be thinking of the difference between rough- and smooth-coated collies?
Collies of both genders have a ruff, and both can be of any color, but the males tend to be larger, which makes them more impressive onscreen.