89 thoughts on “Our Daily Thread 2-10-17

  1. At least one of those watches has the wrong time.
    Good morning everyone but Tychicus & Jo.
    Nite-nite Jo.
    Good afternoon Tychicus.
    IT’S FRIDAY!
    You know what that means?
    1. At 9:45 I need to take Elvera to the Adult Center.
    2. At 10:30 I have an appointment with the audiologist. I will likely come back with hearing aids.
    3. At 11:45 I have luncheon with my SS class. If audiologist goes long, I won’t make that..

    Everyone have a nice day. I suspect Aj and Karen will be digging out.

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  2. In 1952, I bought a Whittnaur watch for $45.at the AF PX in Arabia That was a pile of money then. I still wear it on Sundays and other times. But the spring is weak and needs frequent winding.
    Most other times I wear one of those cheap watches you talk about. It keeps time.

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  3. Re: Janice’s 8:43 from yesterday.
    I remember when women has slits in their skirts. They would ask, “Is my slip showing anywhere it isn’t supposed to?” πŸ˜†

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  4. One of my favorite features on my IPhone is the “Find Friends” app. But sometimes it raises questions. Like: What is Mary (middle GD) doing in Marietta, Ga.? None of my business really. When I was 32, I didn’t tell nobody what I was doing nor why.
    But I wonder?
    I always check in the mornings to see if my people are where they are supposed to be. When something is different, I wonder.

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  5. My bed is the same as in Hendersonville. My bedmate is the same. Seems nothing has changed. But my sleep patterns have.
    I said before. I almost never recall a dream. But for some reason, it’s different here.
    I don’t really dream because nothing is happening. But things come to my mind and I think about them. But also, it’s like a dream because I can’t control what I’m thinking about.

    I am reading a book about German fighter pilots in WWII That is, the war from the German side. Four pilots. They all had more than 200 “kills” each. Mostly from the Eastern Front. They, to a man, had lots of respect for the British, and later Americans. Though they didn’t mention Americans much. After the war, they became colleagues. Most of their kills were on the Eastern front. The Russians were poor pilots and had no strategy. And they shot down parachutes’.
    Lots I could say. But last night (or this morning) I was thinking about the first one. He was shot down and captured by the Russians. After the war, he was not repatriated, but spent ten years in the gulag. The Russians didn’t give him most of the letters his wife sent. Average two a year. .
    Then, when I woke, I had the Johnny Cash song “Six Times a Day” on my mind. Can’t let it go.

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  6. Janice’s QoD: I like the one on the right, the one with ‘Stauer’. I have no idea of how much it would take to repair it. I don’t wear a watch. I do when I work as a nurse – it is good to have a watch with a second hand to count heartbeats and other things; but I can’t stand to have anything around my wrists, so I have one of those lapel pin watches (also, wrist watches are unsanitary because you can’t wash them everytime you need to wash your hands).

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  7. I agree with Roscuro that the watch on the right has more class, but I don’t wear a watch. My phone tells me the time, as well as the clock in the car. There is a clock on the wall in my classroom and one in almost every room of my house. The only time I need one is for giving cave tours, mainly because teenagers abused the use of cell phones by having them out while on the job. We are not allowed to use them unless we are on a break, but that never stops most people from texting, etc.. I use an old Timex I bought 20 years ago. It is accurate enough and doesn’t lose time. If I set it today it will still be within a minute next year.

    And of course, today is Friday. So here are your funnies.

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  8. I questioned you Chas, you know I love me some Johnny Cash πŸ˜‰

    Janice, personally I like the one in the center best. Wear all three after you have the one on the right fixed. It needs a new band too. None of my watches happen to be working. I had my dad’s 35 year with Scott Paper Omega watch put on a band that would fit me. It is a giant man’s watch, but he only had a daughter and a granddaughter–who else would wear his watch???? The closest place to have it repaired is Atlanta and I am just not sure about mailing it off to someone I don’t know. I mostly keep time on my computer or my phone now, which is strange because I never felt completely dressed when I was younger unless I had on a watch.

    Speaking of dressing and Adrienne Vittadini, when I was younger and much more insecure I had a blue and white swirly patterned “golf or tennis” skirt and top from Adrienne Vittadini. I work it with white leather Keds and pearls. I remember because we had been out on a boat and I was somewhat sunburned and Mrs. B (my almost Italian grandmother) called and wanted me to come over to her house. I wore that outfit. It was the first time of seeing College Boyfriend since I gave him his ring back and he and his wife and first child was there. She was pregnant again and later I was told I intimidated her. What did they think I was trying to do? Did I mention that I was younger, more insecure, and immature? And since I am remembering this morning College Boyfriend still has my dad’s Rolex but I suppose after all this time he has now had it longer than my dad had it and he has a son to leave it to. Que sera sera…..

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  9. Jo, if you are lurking we want you back and we DO care about you. I understand hurt feelings. I fight them a lot myself. (as explained somewhat in my two posts above)

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  10. Good morning, fellow wanderers. Finally had a little time to catch up on the blog last night.

    Lincoln County is having an influenza A epidemic. That means I have worked 6 of the last seven days. Then my neighbor died, so was up all night my first day off. Flu is nasty stuff. Praying you all keep well. Glad Michelle and Donna, and Phos survived.

    It has been warm here, though we have had severe winds. With the Wind comes cedar pollen. Achoo. Winter is to return on Sunday, with snow the following 3 days.

    I like the pink watch.

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  11. I checked to see your answers and watch stories. Thank you for helping me decide not to toss it. I am wearing Pinkie today. Maybe Blackie tomorrow.

    Now I must check for e-filing acknowledgements of what processed overnight.

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  12. I can’t understand Jo having hurt feelings. She had at least three “happy birthday”s early on. I think it was a different day. But that doesn’t count because she was born here, not there.
    We love you Jo..

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  13. They all have different qualities and you would have to decide which one you liked. I don’t wear a watch either. Though I used to wear the ones on a chain around the neck. And long before that I wore wristwatches. Does anybody really know what time it is, does anybody really care?

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  14. RKessler, did your neighbour die from the flu? Sorry to hear that. Some weeks, it feels like everything happens at once.

    I have a paper to write for next week, and a midterm to study for. Almost halfway through the semester.

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  15. I hope everyone will just ignore when I turn 87. Can you imagine being 87? I couldn’t either. Now I have to take my wife to the Old Folks Care Facility (They call it something fancy). And to the audiologist. That’s what you do when you get old.

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  16. Chas, my grandmother – who recently survived a brain bleed – just turned 97 this week. It becomes an accomplishment to reach those ages. You have surpassed the average lifespan of an American (78.74 years) by eight years.

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  17. I used to wear a watch. But my wrists are just too small for jewelry (if I put my hand around my wrist, I can touch all my fingers to my thumb, though the pinky doesn’t touch as easily), and when I went freelance I chose to start relying on clocks instead–especially now that computers and cell phones have the time. When I wore a watch, I had to have links taken out, and some watches weren’t made to take out very many, so it would still be too big and sit awkwardly on my wrist.

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  18. Oh my….I would wear the pink one if it coordinated with what I was wearing….the black one if it went with what I was wearing….and the one on the right if I wore blue jeans or khaki’s πŸ™‚ I am one who cannot carry a black purse if my shoes are brown….I’m a mess! πŸ™‚ BTW all the watches are lovely!!
    Chas my Mom will be 87 tomorrow….she kept telling my on the phone last night “I cannot believe I am this old”!! I told her I was so blessed that she was….that means she is still here with us….and I feel that same about you…we are so blessed you are here!! Have a good one ya’ll….I gotta to to work!! πŸ™‚

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  19. Neighbor died of pneumonia. Had COPD. Quite a colorful character. His wife kept saying she couldn’t believe he died in his sleep. He loved God. My husband said he looked good at church, but did not sing like he usually did.

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  20. Well Cheryl, you know that when you typed that I had to check my own wrists. I am the same. My pinkie will touch if I use my right hand to measure my wrist. If I use my left hand the pinkie won’t touch. My left thumb is shorter than my right thumb. πŸ˜‰

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  21. I have a Fossil watch I like that quit on me. I looked and looked for someone to repair it. Finally gave up and bought a Timex that I like. It lights up at night and I usually check it several times at night. That is because I usually wake up and can’t get back to sleep. I am happy when it is actually late enough to get up.

    I did see a place in TN where someone does repairs, but when I was there I didn’t have the watch with me. Maybe next time.

    None of my children wear watches. The grandchildren always like them for awhile and then they go by the wayside it seems.

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  22. My fingers all touch my thumb around both wrists. I do have long fingers and skinny wrists, but since I’m tall I like to wear chunky watches. (Now with really large numbers so I can tell the time without my reading glasses)

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  23. the one on the right, but that’s my preference.

    I much prefer casual watches, currently have a black Timex Expedition for women with a nylon band though I’ve worn the Swiss army watches with chrome bracelet bands too — it has to be a watch I can wear into the shower, I can’t mess with anything delicate. πŸ™‚

    It hasn’t started raining here yet, but should any time now. Then it looks like more rain late next week again.

    I’m doing a story today on a couple local dogs competing at Westminster, need to connect with their “people” in NY for a couple phone interviews. I’ve done more elaborate and thorough Westminster stories in the past, this one was rather hastily put together.

    And tomorrow will be complicated, juggling Carol & the bathroom worker. I will also ask him if there’s a patch that can be done on my bedroom ceiling plaster just to fill the hole in for now — it really should probably all be replaced with drywall.

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  24. Hmmm. I used to be able to reach around my wrist, but now it’s close but not quite. Guess I’m no longer a skinny wrist girl. Oh well. Clearly my fingers have shrunk.

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  25. My dad made good money and was conservative with it. He is the one who taught me to hide money for emergencies. A twenty tucked in a jacket pocket to be found when you REALLY needed it. Pay cash and ask for a cash discount. In the 1960’s a Rolex was less expensive in Europe if you were an American paying cash.

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  26. I can touch my fingers around my wrist but I am obese and so are my wrists. And my fingers are normal length.

    I also tuck money away but it is usually husband that finds it. Where did this hundred dollar bill come from?

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  27. I used to consider watches as jewelry and have over 30 of them – none of which I’ve worn for at least four years (and all have the Shaw’s battery deal). Maybe I’ll send AJ a picture of them.

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  28. I have slim wrists, but I also have small fingers, so I can only touch my two middle fingers to my thumb around my wrist πŸ™‚

    I can understand owning a Rolex without being extravagant. Sometimes, it is more economical to buy the expensive but long lasting item, than to have to buy more of a cheaper but less well lasting substitute. Men’s watches used to be something of a family heirloom, handed down through generations, the way the family jewels would be. You know your family was really poor when there are no such heirlooms to be handed down – my family was really poor.

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  29. Yeah, I don’t think the fingers-around-the-wrist thing means much πŸ™‚ Still, now it bugs me that I can’t quite “pass the test” …. grumble.

    30 watches! I have a friend who also used to view watches as jewelry and had a bunch of them she’d change out frequently (requiring lots of watch batteries though).

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  30. I also have my dad’s Omega Seamaster that he bought over seas. It has more sentimental value because he wore it every day. I would hate if I lost it, so I haven’t ever worn it.
    My father was the second of twelve children. Anything he got, he got for himself. He probably wore the Seamaster for 40 years. It is in a “treasure” box in my closet.
    One year for Christmas I had one of his “dress” watches repaired and gave it to Mr. P. I have given several of his watches away. I offered one to my ex-husband after Daddy died, but he no longer wears a watch and I gave one to my nephew.

    All those years I kept saying, “James, I’m a GIRL!!!! Can’t we buy some diamonds?????” Instead he left me with a King’s Ranch Ford Pick Up a boat, motor and trailer, deep sea rods and reels, a utility trailer, a drill press, an air compressor, a generator, several plumbing snakes and wrenches, a bunch of guns, reloading equipment, and a reloading table….My stepmother says the diamond he gave her is put away for BG.
    To those who have met me, can you imagine me using any of those things?????
    He was a mess. Thanks for letting me remember him today.
    Off to the beach. Wish it were as glamorous as it sounds…..

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  31. I was born guilty. You can look at me and tell I’ve done something I shouldn’t have and while I do look good in black orange washes me out. πŸ˜‰

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  32. Not sure what kind of watch my mom has, but I know the last time she was in the jewelry store, they said they would be glad to buy it from her. She declined.

    She recently gave me a darling pin/necklace piece that has a watch face in it. The watch doesn’t work, however. I am not sure where this piece came from–if she made it or someone else did. It is very cute, but I have yet to where it.

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  33. Kim,

    No. Did you send them to the old verizon email? That’s no longer active. They said it would remain so for 30 days, but I can’t get into it at all. Resend them to the blog email or my yahoo.

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  34. My fingers lack almost a full inch of reaching around my wrists. I never was able to wear ankle bracelets either. They do not fit around my cankles. My body was made with lots of bones and plenty of padding so that I could work hard.

    Kim, the guns and reloading equipment would have gotten you a husband years ago in these parts. Reloading is a big deal around here, especially since the price of ammunition has skyrocketed.

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  35. I think of watches as a form of jewelry, too, but only had one at a time. I need a new one.

    I’m the kind of girl who likes pretty stuff. If something functional can be pretty, that’s for me. When I used to host a Bible study at my home, we needed to buy a thermal carafe for coffee (so I could offer decaf & regular coffee, one in the carafe, the other in the coffee maker carafe). Hubby & I had a little disagreement in the aisle of the store over which one to get. I wanted the pretty French white one with the nice shape, but he insisted the stainless & black functional one was better because it held more.

    He let me get the pretty one. πŸ™‚

    My friend Michelle, from my old church, is a very casual-dressing lady. Except for Sunday mornings (or the occasional more formal event) you will find her in sports-type clothing – sweatpants & sweatshirt, or basketball-type shorts & t-shirt in warmer weather. She wore a clunky mannish watch even to church, & I teased her about it. (She took it in good humor, which I knew she would. I wouldn’t have said anything otherwise.) When she got a prettier watch as a present, she was sure to show it off to me.

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  36. NO hearing aid yet.

    Many years ago, there was a book out called Real Women Don’t Pump Gas
    It alleges that there are certain things that real women don’t do because they have been blessed with the exception of many unpleasant chores.
    One of the chapters (I believe) was “Real women don’t wear watches”. The idea was that real women have their thing to do and are not concerned with time.
    My observation is that there is a bit of truth in that. i.e. Women are more likely to be late than men. And they apologize less for being late when it happens.

    Elvera’s interpretation of that said, “Real women don’t cut grass”. She never learned to start the mower. Not mechanically inclined, she said.

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  37. For most of my life, my parents have had push lawn mowers that were started with a pull chain. My siblings and I had a hard time starting those things, but my mother could start them just fine. My father has a very strong grip, but my mother isn’t far behind. Her hands are like steel traps, even with the arthritis. We daughters never thought there was anything real women didn’t do. My mother was astonished to see me the other year chopping thick tree roots out of the garden with an ax, but I had learned by her example to never be scared of any tool. I’ll never be as strong as she was in her younger years; I’m not sure that even now I can match her strength.

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  38. RKessler my friend was going to write a personal ad for me to catch a husband. We were going to put it in some sort of sports type magazine. I was a red neck’s dream woman. I still have my utility trailer (you never knew how much you need one or how many friends you have when you do). My friend S’s husband refers to me as his “trailer wife” –at least he didn’t put trash between trailer and wife. πŸ˜‰

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  39. I used to attend a quilting club when my girls were still at home. I wanted them to gan some wisdom from older women. Most of the ladies were from ranches and in their late 70s. They were adamant there there is no man’s work or woman’s work. There is just work, and it has to get done.

    I have a beautiful silver and turquoise watch band that my Navajo coworkers had made for me. I have never found a watch face that I thought would do it justice, so there it sits in the jewelry box.

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  40. Even if men & women stuck to the typical “men’s work” & “women’s work”, neither could claim that the other has it easier. Each kind of work has its own difficulties & stresses.

    There was an old saying, I’m sure most of you has heard – “A man works from sun to sun, but a woman’s work is never done.” Typical men’s work is physically harder, but typical women’s work spreads out over the whole day, especially when there are children involved.

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  41. QoD: I like the Stauer watch because browns/golds go with my natural coloring as an Autumn. And being an Autumn also means orange is in my color palette. πŸ™‚

    I haven’t worn a watch in many years, but when I did, I wore the dial face down, because it seemed more natural to turn my hand palm up to check the time (would that motion be called supination?) than to use pronation (?) to get a good look with the clock face at the correct angle.

    And anyway, now that I think about it, my wrists are very small (5 3/4 inches) that the clock face would usually slip to the under-wrist position because a lot of watches didn’t have enough holes in the band that I could adjust it to a size that fit my wrist well.

    My fingers are very long, so, like Kare, combined with my small wrists, I can get all my fingers around the opposite wrists and touch my thumbs. With my pointer and pinkie fingers, the thumb tip reaches to a little past the cuticle; with my middle two fingers, the thumb tip goes beyond the first knuckle.

    I guess you could say I have “piano fingers.” πŸ™‚ Although sometimes long fingers can be a hindrance to pianists, because the longer fingers in a slightly curved, natural position will still stick into the narrow parts of the white keys, which isn’t a good place to be striking the white keys. (But it’s also not good to play with excessively curved fingers, as that can lead to injuries more easily, depending on the force and frequency of your playing.)

    I like being able to play tenths, though, so my long fingers are good for that, anyway! (The pianists here know what I’m talking about.) πŸ™‚

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  42. I helped my husband stack wood last week. It’s been a long time since I’ve done that, but it felt good to be out in the brisk air, moving wood from one wood pile to another closer to the outdoor wood boiler.

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  43. Speaking of different kinds of work, I know a man who insists that only physical work is “real work”, & that people with office jobs “sit at a desk all day, not really working”.

    How would the office workers here answer that? (I have said that there is a different kind of stress involved in office work that still tires & stresses those who do it.)

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  44. I have to say that I do appreciate that my husband will do most heavy lifting we have to do, and takes care of vehicle maintenance.

    I would rather do physical labor any day, than work in an office. You can see tangible progress, and you don’t usually have to deal with so many personalities in a close space.

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  45. Kizzie@4:07, I wonder if the man who insists that only physical work is real work really believes it or if it’s just teasing. If he really believes it, I’m not sure there’s any hope for persuading him otherwise. His definition of work is out of sync with what other people mean by it.

    If work means earning a living, desk work can be work.

    If work means adding value to the world, desk work can be work.

    If work means something that makes you tired at the end of the day, desk work can be work.

    If work means physical labor, desk work is not very much work.

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  46. Kizzie, ask him to imagine being a piano teacher (or of some other instrument that involves a lot of body movement). Would it only be work when he was actually playing the instrument for or with a student, and not when he was observing the student, analyzing, critiquing, and doing other mental tasks associated with teaching?

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  47. A main difference between physical and intellectual/emotional/office work..
    When you finish physical work, you can see the result and you can rest by sitting down.
    Office work often goes home with you, if you let it.
    And sometimes, you never know the result.

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  48. I do “office work” and I can see the results, in published books (whether I’ve written them or edited them).

    My wrist is 5.5 inches or slightly more–hard to measure oneself. When people used to call me skinny, it always annoyed me (they didn’t mean it as an insult, but it just isn’t a positive word), and in my mind it was really my scrawny wrists that were the most obvious sign of my size. Now that I’ve gained enough weight that no one would call me skinny, I still have scrawny wrists!

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  49. I sat in a Bible study within a year of my husband retiring from the Navy and was astounded when, half the women in my civilian study said their husbands pumped gas for them. Several had never put gas in their cars themselves.

    (It was a prayer request, the doctor’s wife was driving to LA and would have to get gas along the way and was nervous).

    I stared at them, flabbergasted.

    “My husband insists on doing it because he loves me.”

    When I recounted the story at dinner that night, still flabbergasted, one of my sons said, “do you want Dad to pump gas for you?”

    “I hardly know,”

    (He’s taking packages to the post office as I type–but then, I can’t really pick up anything right now.)

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  50. Learning how to pump gas was built into the behind-the-wheel part of driver’s ed in the course my oldest two took. Third Arrow went to a different driving school than her older siblings, and I don’t think she pumped gas as part of that, but hubby made it a point to teach her so she knows how to do it on her own. I also had her pump gas the last time we were out together, though I’d always been the one to do that when I was riding with her before she got her driver’s license.

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  51. I’ve pumped gas about 5 times in my life – 4 of those in the summer of 2015. I always go to a full serve because: same price as self serve, I don’t want to get dirty, I don’t want to stand in the rain or cold wind, I don’t like the smell of gasoline. I do know how to pump my gas (now) but just don’t want to. (I’m sort of a princess that way) πŸ™‚

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  52. I know how to pump gas and I did it for years but husband likes me to have a full tank and wants to do it for me, because he loves me and this is an action he can do to make my life easier. I appreciate it. In fact, when he goes trucking he tells eighteen year old that he is to take the trash out for me and keep the tank filled. Fortunately for eighteen year old, the nine year old notices when the trash is full and takes it out and because eighteen year old did not see a need to shovel the driveway, the van has not moved in three months. Therefore, no need for gas refills!

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  53. I don’t like pumping gas (the smell on your hands) but have always done it myself. Now I’m happy enough to have my husband do it when we’re out together, but when I’m driving around by myself (which I don’t do all that much anymore), I get my own gas.

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  54. I can pump gas, but I do it very infrequently. Come to think of it, I haven’t even driven for six months. I was going to the last time I went home, but it turns out that I don’t have driver’s insurance any more – something happened when I went to switch the insurance to that car I was given but proved to be unfit to drive, so that now my parents’ insurance doesn’t cover me.

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  55. I used to have Elvera pump gas occasionally (’bout once a month) so she would know how.
    I don’t do that now for obvious reasons.
    It isn’t difficult, but if you don’t realize what’s happening, you can get confused by “enter your zip code” or some such. Fortunately, they prevent you from putting diesel into your tank.

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  56. Donna, pump handle germs are trivial considering all the germs he/she gets fromopening doors, handling menu’s and many other sources of bacteria. They are floating in the air we breathe. There is no such thing as a germ free activity. A pump handle is probably the least of the sources of harmful bacteria.

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  57. I seldom pump gas anymore, since my husband is the main driver.

    Have a SIL whose husband put in regular gas in their RV one time. That was not good. Can’t remember what all happened.

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  58. We got home a little before 9:30. Yes, I am tired from office work.

    I can touch my two middle fingers to my thumb when wrapped around my wrists.

    I remember feeling disappointed when I was expected to pump gas when Art was in the car. He will get it if I ask, and sometimes he voluntarily gets it. I think because I did not like how he drove and I insidted on driving then he decided I could get the gas, too. He has always been an all or nothing person. This is a good example of how that works.

    I took up the job of mowing when Art was working long hours and also because I was healthier and more able in recent years. I helped son with his first lawn mowing job and wished Art would be able to do that. People do what they feel able to do.

    I am always amazed at how many younger ladies do not know how to cook. That is pretty sad to me because it is beneficial for good health and can be a great creative outlet.

    I have been wearing the Stauer watch to church and wishing I had something a bit dressier for Sundays.Now I do, but I miss the Stauer partly because of the black numerals. The other two new watches must catch light at a specific angle for me to see where the hands are.

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  59. Ah! I see AJ posted my “The Duck Stops Here.” It is the office doorstop duck.

    I have to get to bed. Need to leave home around 7:30 a.m. The first appointment is at 9:00.

    Have a good rest tonight.

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  60. Long day for me, too, and it’s raining tonight … land rain is forecast (again) for all next weekend (Fri-Sun), too, but after tomorrow morning, at least, we should get a short stretch of “spring” weather in between.

    I pulled some weeds around the bottom of my poor L.A. city tree this morning.

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