his will be a challanging dd... i have a new computer-- not ooked up yet... but the ols one has been moved to 4 feet away-- so i cank see it all that well--- alont withe the teh probem.. there is often a ont instead of not or now-- both sometiems change the subtle meaning.. so i t tryand fix the ont not now ones....knot today ( that was a joke-- scott's book.)
wascomatt has been a wonderful; wcommercial washing machine for us... we have 3-- they arte geared for 30,000 cycles ( so the ad says) which at ne a day is 82 years???- i think that ad of theires is a bit mutch-- our 3 run whatr seems constantly each 3 or 4 loads a day ok so the ad says 27 years.. what i do like about htem is that they seem to ge geared to the laundromat owner whi is faced with one not running so he calls for help-- their help is very specific and so far bud has been abol to order parts amd mend them witout much confusion... -- tghe last repair needed a spring i tiny one... the size opf the spring in tmany ball point pens... $1.00 cents plus postage...this was the spring that said there was enough water in the tub------hyey plan it so well ... unlikesome companies like toyotas where-- with a new car 4 years ago i wasnted a secopnd key--- never thinking to ask how much it would be-- and was shocked to have it be over $200-- because it is one of tose that needs to be programmed to start the car and turn off the siren when you hit the wrong buttomn..--
toyota does have a wondrful gasscap- it is possibel to stuff a normal duplicate key in the hinge cap totally un noticeably - which will shut off the alarm when you scrfewup the $200 key function./
couple things new to me yeasterday--
re: communicable diseases---" God bless you--- and everyone else int eh room" says alot..
here is a life changer for you
someone told me that persons in submarines manage to dry themselves with a facecloth that really made me think of those lovely vlyffy expensive "turkish towels" huge anbd heavy.. but look so good inthe advertisemments--- WHOA ! it is possible to stand on a washcloth and dry with a facetowel- and it will take a week to fill up the normal washing machine instead of daily.-- thsoe heavy "bath mats " do make perfect dog beds for kids who change classes-- like bella and george. totally perfect as dog beds/ but as bayth mats, we have been misled.
not only wearing out the wascomatt-- but remember my watter bill varries somewhere between $300 and $900 per month !!j and the leectricity to dry the fool things is worse.0
we have a huge merle male dog with us 2 weeks.... --- somewhere... not a veterans dog-- but husband was killed int he 911 disaster.. so teh extra dog is "riley" - seems nice enough...
GOODMORN CARLENE..I HOPE YOU NEVER HIT 3 THINGS IN ONE DAY..AND AS FAR AS I AM CONCERNED SDP AND ALL IT ENTAILS IS YOURS AND AMEN TO THAT..
UNINTENTIONAL STORY REMINDS ME OF MINE..WE WERE LUCKY TO BE GIVEN A ROTTY PUP FROM A FRIENDS LITTER..SUCH A WONDERFUL FAMILY MEMBER UNTIL WE GAVE HIM TO THE RAINBOW BRIDGE AT AGE 14..
HE CAME TO US DURING LATE SPRING & EARLY SUMMER SO MY SON WAS HOME FROM COLLEGE AND DAUGHTER SUMMER BREAK FROM HIGH SCHOOL..HUSBAND 8-5 JOB..SO MOST OF US WERE AT HOME WITH ZACHARY EVERY DAY..
BUT FOR SOME REASON I BECAME HIS BOSS MOM..AND I OCCASIONALLY WOULD GET THE HIC-CUPS..
WELL ZACHARY WOULD TREMBLE AND SHAKE AND RUN TO HIS VERY CUSHY BED UNTIL I DID NOT DIE..
THIS BECAME A FUNNY BUT SAD SITUATION..WHY ME AND NEITHER OTHER FAMILY PERSON..EVEN IF
I FELT THEM COMIMG ON AND TRIED TO GET TO ANOTHER ROOM..OR IF HE WAS IN THE FENCED IN YARD..
WE TRIED EVERYTHING WE COULD THINK OF..EVEN FRIENDS AND OTHER FAMILY COULD NOT BELIEVE UNLESS THEY WERE VISITING AND SAW FOR THEMSELVES..I TRIED TO REASSURE HIM FOR IT BROKE
MY HEART TO SEE HIM SO SCARED..FINALLY CARLENE I JUST GAVE UP AND FIGURED SINCE I WAS HIS
MAIN FOOD PERSON..HE MUST HAVE LEARNED I WAS IN JEOPARDY AND HE WOULD NEVER EAT AGAIN..
I THOUGHT OF THIS AS I READ ABOUT UNINTENTIONAL LEARNING IN YOUR DD TODAY..
AND OH MY HOW WE DEARLY LOVED OUR ZACHARY "BOY DOG" AS WE CALLED HIM.
ALL THE BEST..