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Darn! Again trapped in the Matrix ... watching Football Worldcup via online TV-stream now (Spain - Portugal).
Sinera
Sinera
Yeah. I even enjoyed it, too. Pretty dramatic.
Laron
Laron
I haven't watched any form of sport for years now!
Sinera
Sinera
I normally don't either. Just with the exception of the soccer world or euro cup taking place every two years for one summer month. But I don't overdo it (hopefully).
It is such a holy and humbling experience being human.
Sinera
Sinera
And exhausting. ;-)
Pod
Pod
I read your comment yesterday but did not feel I could say anything of value. Today I agree, it really is humbling isn't it. Thank you Angela.
I gave myself an actual clap and a smile, and it felt really good.
Laron
Laron
I need to do that right now.
Pod
Pod
Yeah me too!
Pod
Pod
Thanks Melt. A clap for you as well.
I remember driving through the blue mountains on my Suzuki GSXR750 when it started hailing. I was returning back to the city where I was living. The hail was so heavy and thick it started to hurt my legs. Lucky I had all my gear on. I had to stop as it was just getting a bit too dangerous. The hail melted eventually — Hailstones do Melt.
Hailstones Melt
Hailstones Melt
Funny you should mention this. My original avatar name was Hailstones Melt in Warmer Climes, but obviously.... over the top..... yeah. But now I find I can melt some "hail" around me just by being me.
Hailstones Melt
Hailstones Melt
If you were heading west, you were probably heading towards Bathurst. A lovely ride on a fine day.
Laron
Laron
I can't remember why i was up there. One of my brothers lived there so i could have been visiting. They have gem shows now and then. At one point I was renting a property just west of there.
Spent about an hour working with the developer of xenword (the bridge between the forum and front page) sorting out 4 bugs. 1 was resolved, but 3 are left)
Laron
Laron
I just spent another 45 minutes after the developer had a hissy fit at me on a public forum. He sounded a bit frustrated that my bugs still existed even though there was no communication from him to me that he was addressing them. I'm really beginning to think that it may be best to stop using his addon as it's very time consuming when bugs come up with it. But that means no more comments from forum folk on front
Laron
Laron
Pod
Pod
Just confirms my theory that men are losing it mentally and women emotionally! Thanks Laron.
Ended my friendship with bread... again. It was sad, but I know I'll feel better about it once it gets out of my system.
Angela
Angela
There's a pasta we use called ancient harvest. It's made with corn and quinoa. Works as a great substitute as well.
Maryann
Maryann
We had pasta made from coral lentils and carrots and omg it was fab! Corn & quinoa is a nice one too. I saw another in the store that was made from split peas and zucchini, gonna try it too.
Linda
Linda
I've found pasta made from chickpeas, which is great. I also get the millet-chia version of Udi's brand GF bread. It is great for toast - not so much untoasted.
Trying to prepare for family visiting this weekend and I feel a bit overwhelmed.
Bear_Raven
Bear_Raven
Thank you Angela, but they aren't staying with me thank goodness. No room... Been trying to get most my schoolwork done. They will want to go out and do stuff....
Bear_Raven
Bear_Raven
Also I am not feeling up to being sociable. So just dont want to visit...
Angela
Angela
I understand. I went through a similar thing a week ago. Best of luck.
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