Jan 14th 2011 3:36AM I love Southwest. I always fly them if they are going to the destination I am heading too. I am clapping and saying a good prayer for the good deed done by that pilot and also for the passengers that sat by. I say a prayer also for the family of this little boy whose life was cut short. That is a tragedy that should never happen.
Sep 2nd 2010 11:05PM That is so awesome. And look at him, he looks really happy! My granddad's passion was playing the saxophone. I like to paint, sew and knit. We should all be so lucky to have something tht's peaceful, probably lowers high blood pressure, and makes us happy to end the day.
Aug 11th 2010 2:41AM Oh, and when I'm bored, I don't shop. (Or I head to a local thrift store). I take my dog to the water park and we walk 1/4 mile to look at birds and fish. AND then off I go to the library. Not all of us shop when we're bored.
Her income would be hard to deal with in some of the nation's larger cities. And is the point that we should aspire to make less? Or that we shouldn't kill ourselves to make more? (or... as in my life, be happy with what you've got and if you get more great, but if you don't, life's not over).
I hope when she makes money off of her book, she donates all but $24K to me, since that's all she and hubby need to live off of. I live in LA, and am from Chicago. $24K in those cities is next to impossible if I don't want to worry about getting shot when I walk home from the corner store.
Aug 11th 2010 2:36AM Getting rid of books? Unacceptable. And I live in Los Angeles, so no car, pretty much impossible. (especially since a part of my job entails driving). Maybe she should say 100 different kinds of things. (hehe). Then I can do it. But I have a dog, a chronic illness and a job that takes me out of the house. Plus I live in a city with inadequate public transportation. I live near doctor, grocery etc and do try to walk for things like that. But what about those of us who don't live in Portland? I recycle, purchase used or from small stores whenever possible and use recycled paper products. I'm doing the best I can LOL. But 400 sq feet... that's so college dorm-ish.
And how can you watch news programs and support broadcast tv with no TV?
Aug 10th 2010 2:56AM What I don't understand is why anyone cares. She's a little girl. I was a tomboy. I never wore dresses and I always wore blue. Now I'm a straight chick who works with her hands. (and wears her hips and big boobs in jeans and low cut tank tops).
She's a cute child who needs support in whatever she chooses to do. My tomboyishness made me very close with my brother and not so close with my ultra-girly sister. I can catch frogs and play with dogs with the rest of them. (I also know how to wear makeup). Childhood is for fun. Let Shiloh be Shiloh. Better than cutting herself or anything else actually harmful.
Jul 30th 2010 12:36AM Thanks for posting this. My feet are flat because my mom's feet are flat and my dad's feet are fair to middlin'. They were flat way before flip flops hit mainstream. I wear flip flops with arches (yes, they exist, more expensive but better support for my feet). I would never blame my flip flops for my flat feet :)
Jul 30th 2010 12:32AM I wear "athletic" flip flops with proper soles and arch support. Yeah, they're not the $1 flip flops at CVS, but I wanted a simple sandle I could throw on to walk my dog in the morning and so I bought a pair of $50 Born flip flops (my favorite shoe brand, great support, cute styles) and also a pair of Crocs for rainy days (I live in So Cal). Don't have a problem at all. But I wouldn't walk miles in the flops... feet start to hurt after a point.
Jul 30th 2010 12:28AM I grew up in public schools in the suburbs of Chicago. The food... eh, bland but passable. I went to a public university and lived (and worked) in the dorms all four years. Food -- Fabulous, wish I could move back into the dorms as an adult.
I was arrested for trespassing and spent one night in a county jail. Was served balogna sandwiches (no mustard, mayo, just plain old white bread and meat, no cheese and no water from what I recall). That one night in jail took the taste out of my mouth for committing crime. (and it was dismissed in the morning after the owner showed up and said i had a right to be there after all).
No one deserves shoddy food. If the prisons can get it for so cheap, then obviously the Board of Education needs to hook up with the prison system to find out how to supply better food to kids. However, on the other hand, kids often turn their noses up at veggies and prisoners probably just eat what you give them, so it's a mixed bag.
Jun 5th 2010 11:24PM The only thing I want to tackle is that watermelon in the fridge :). Although I did walk 13 miles once. Kudos to them. I'm mildly inspired to train for a half marathon for charity.
Aug 29th 2009 1:43PM How can we help find Kelsey a new apartment? Is there anyone in Louisville that can help her? Not all pitbulls are bad dogs. I do dog rescue in CA and they can be extremely sweet. If I ever get to be a landlord, I'd allow them with a "pet interview" where I'd meet the dog to see its temperament.
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