Stone Soup Classics by Jan Eliot for June 20, 2019


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    rekam Premium Member 2 months ago

    This is so true to life, Jan. But she actually sleeps through the night without getting up several times?

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    nosirrom  2 months ago

    5:45? That would be late in my house.

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    We has seen the enemy  2 months ago

    Our Corgi doggie, Miss Merlot, is our alarm clock. When the suns comes up, she wakes us up to be let out.

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    becida  2 months ago

    Don’t flush if it’s still dark out…

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    YulanaLow  2 months ago

    5:45? That would be heaven in my house.

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    Diat60  2 months ago

    Ah, the joys of growing old. Still, it’s better than the alternative.

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    zippy49  2 months ago

    Seen in the bathroom at Alice’s Restaurant (in Marin County, CA):“If it’s yellow, let it mellow; if it’s brown, flush it down.” That was to conserve water, but we do at night so we don’t wake each other up.

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    MS72  2 months ago

    1 flush for #1, 2 flushes for #2.

    All the waste water goes to a reclamation facility the city runs, and we reuse it to water the lawns.

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    kab2rb  2 months ago

    Sounds like my bladder, every 2 hours and 5 a.m. During night I rarely flush, we have bathroom in master bedroom, husband uses the family bathroom, his choice.We do have alarm gets us up at 6;30 a.m., breakfast at 6:45 a.m. and dogs after their kibble at 7 a.m. If not early dogs catch us in bed.

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    Dr_Fogg  2 months ago

    3 times last night. Between that and the stupid “stuck in a loop” dreams. Twas not a fit night for man nor beast. Too much water before bed. At least the dog slept all night.

    ❛Folks are usually about as happy as they make their minds up to be.❜—Abraham Lincoln

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