Yeah, for a while there my mother and I looked like sisters. Not now, but about 30 years ago.
Seems to me it would be a GREAT handicap! LOL
my mom had to give up crocheting, tatting, embroidery, cross stitching, woodcarving, pottery, other handcrafts. Not only because of arthritis, but also because her eyesight is not what it used to be. Even with magnifying lamps. It is getting hard for her to even read. But at least she has large print books and audio books. Thank goodness for them!
Took me a minute to recognize where that come from. M, Inc.
I don’t bother with umbrellas anymore. I came into this world pre-shrunk and I sure as heck ain’t make of sugar!!
I have a 2010 beater of a mini-van and I love it. It is all beat up from arguments with parking garage pillars, but it still works. Any work that I have done on it to keep it running is still much less than trying to replace it. It passes air quality checks and gets half-way decent mileage. I intend to run it into the ground before I replace it. i will probably replace it with another older model mini-van.
Yeah, THOSE cars can be maintained by a plugger. You can find parts in junk yards as long as you are only concerned about a part that works and not a part that looks pretty.
My family had a de-scented skunk as a pet at one time (we have some weird pets – along with the usual ones). Of course he was named Flower, not Pepe Le Pew (that was our poodle). We would dig up worms and grubs for him, our turtle and our monkey (we did not have them all at the same time). They loved it when we worked in the garden. They also liked the berries we picked.
I can touch my toes. The problem is straightening back up and trying not to fall over.
I should hope not!! Then they wouldn’t be yard sticks!