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DrHeifer 61F
410 posts
12/20/2019 2:33 pm
Friday Thoughts

1. niece's memorial service was beautiful. This year has taught me be kinder and a more loving person because you truly never know what tomorrow will bring.
2. ex-husband bought a brand 2019 Corvette weeks before he passed. It had 400 miles on it. It still had the paper tags. has been keeping it at his house. Today he drove it over. I got ready to go and get a facial, and the car was parked behind . told drive it facial. I'm like..."Heck no! They'll see drive up in that car and will try upsell a facelift or a boob job."
3. 's girlfriend is sleeping over tonight. In the morning, us ladies ( , 's gf, and ) are going get up very early and make Christmas cookies.
4. I loved the last I read so much that I thought I'd read another by the author - Bryn Greenwood. I'm reading The Reckless Oath We Made. It got very good reviews, but so far it seems a little weird. I'm still at the beginning, so surely it will pick up. So far, it hasn't sucked in like All the Ugly and Wonderful Things. The author has unique characters and situations, yet oddly enough I can identify with the stories.
5. I've seen every single episode of NCIS so far. SPOILERS AHEAD: Since Ziva has returned, she gets on nerves. All that drama. I'm now not sure why I wanted her come back. She's a bit too intense for taste.
6. It's time for me start writing up goals for 2020.

TGIF!


justaguyinalaska 53M  
382 posts
12/20/2019 4:31 pm

1. As I mentioned in my last comments, this year you have had to face human mortality with an intensity that few of us are asked to endure. I will speculate that are already a *kind and loving person* and more than prepared to face the uncertainties of Life that hang over us all.
2. It goes without saying that *the car makes the woman*, LOL. However, you may be imbuing your beautician with a bit more sophistication than is warranted.
3. Other than the *very early* part, it sounds like a delightful plan for a Saturday morning.
4. I have *favorite* writers that are formulaic and reliable (predictable) and whose prose is truly comfort food. However, I have to respect writers that veer out of their lane, into stylistic terra incognita, and take some risks. Unfortunately, it often makes for less engaging reading because the story lacks the confidence on display when the narrative follows a well-trodden path. Or perhaps the writer was under a contractual deadline and just ground-out a stream-of-consciousness schlock-deliverable.
5. My guilty television pleasures do not include NCIS (so many programs, so little time), so no harm done.
6. My status exactly. My strategy is to set the bar low enough that I will be able to conclude in my internal *end-of-the-year report* that I outperformed, again!

TGIF indeed! Happy baking.


iduzkandi 33M
11 posts
12/20/2019 7:41 pm

totally


Paulxx001 63M  
15305 posts
12/20/2019 10:28 pm

Sounds like a full platter of fun.
I've never driven a Vette. Is it worthy?
Some authors... tread all over the place. You have a lot of patience to follow them about.
Happy baking. Cheers. 🍷🍷

... is there another way to look at it.
Coincidence... or destiny The Bench


Paulxx001 63M  
15305 posts
12/20/2019 10:36 pm

May I make a suggestion?
A F F drops and deletes words in everyone's blog. To compensate, many bloggers (who don't have the patience to constantly correct the post), copy their blog onto the "comments" section.
Happy trails. 👍

... is there another way to look at it.
Coincidence... or destiny The Bench


DrHeifer 61F
187 posts
12/21/2019 2:15 pm

Yep.


DrHeifer 61F
187 posts
12/21/2019 2:19 pm

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    Sounds like a full platter of fun.
    I've never driven a Vette. Is it worthy?
    Some authors... tread all over the place. You have a lot of patience to follow them about.
    Happy baking. Cheers. 🍷🍷
We had 1969, 1977, 1996, and now the 2019 Vettes. I never drove the first three because I'm short and couldn't see over the dashboard. The ex loved them. The 2019 - OMG, it's freakin' amazing! You drive sitting up straight instead of leaning back. I can see perfectly. It has an unbelievable amount of features. We haven't settled his estate yet, and at the moment we're planning to sell it. He also left behind the 1996 Vette and a Harley that we intend to sell. However, he paid cash for everything, so once we get everything settled it's possible we might keep it. Not sure yet.


DrHeifer 61F
187 posts
12/22/2019 7:41 am

    Quoting Paulxx001:
    May I make a suggestion?
    A F F drops and deletes words in everyone's blog. To compensate, many bloggers (who don't have the patience to constantly correct the post), copy their blog onto the "comments" section.
    Happy trails. 👍
Thanks for the suggestion. I will do that.


DrHeifer 61F
187 posts
12/22/2019 7:48 am

    Quoting justaguyinalaska:
    1. As I mentioned in my last comments, this year you have had to face human mortality with an intensity that few of us are asked to endure. I will speculate that are already a *kind and loving person* and more than prepared to face the uncertainties of Life that hang over us all.
    2. It goes without saying that *the car makes the woman*, LOL. However, you may be imbuing your beautician with a bit more sophistication than is warranted.
    3. Other than the *very early* part, it sounds like a delightful plan for a Saturday morning.
    4. I have *favorite* writers that are formulaic and reliable (predictable) and whose prose is truly comfort food. However, I have to respect writers that veer out of their lane, into stylistic terra incognita, and take some risks. Unfortunately, it often makes for less engaging reading because the story lacks the confidence on display when the narrative follows a well-trodden path. Or perhaps the writer was under a contractual deadline and just ground-out a stream-of-consciousness schlock-deliverable.
    5. My guilty television pleasures do not include NCIS (so many programs, so little time), so no harm done.
    6. My status exactly. My strategy is to set the bar low enough that I will be able to conclude in my internal *end-of-the-year report* that I outperformed, again!

    TGIF indeed! Happy baking.
1. Thank you. I'm definitely a work in progress.
2. So here's the thing...I was going to a day spa. The esthetician there was dumb as dirt. She's the one who called me "really big." I don't see myself as really big. After she said that, I switched to a med spa. The difference in a day spa and a med spa is that the med spa has a doctor (in this case a plastic surgeon), and the day spa doesn't. This doctor hires smarter people - thank goodness. The med spa was a change for me. I don't do cosmetic surgery or fillers or Botox. I just go for the facials. They seem hell-bent on scraping my freckles right off.
4. I'm not big on the formulaic writers. I usually only read one book per author for this very reason. I haven't yet determined that Bryn Greenwood is formulaic. She may be. I'm a slow reader, so I'm still at the beginning of the book. When I go to the gym today I'll read a few more chapters.
6. LOL! As long as you have a plan.


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