"Lovin' your brain. I've wondered about some of this myself; the class dynamic (pedestrian vs. wheels), and the sterile news report belying the reality of a tragedy being the worst thing that ever happened to a handful of folks…"
She was sitting at a bus stop with a dog.I stopped to ask about the bus, when it would arrive and-- in mid-sentence, I realized she was there for shelter and maybe wouldn't know but I finished asking anyway.She didn't know.I waited and started playing with the dog, whose tag read "Homer". Paying him attention gave way to…See More
"Shotsie- Both my parents smoked liked chimneys. We had a couch (late 70s) in a plastic slip-cover that turned yellow before they finally took it off (early eighties), but it didn't take long for that stale air to rise out of it anytime you sat…"
"(From the photo of the woman smoking - probably related to the author of this piece) - plastic would help prevent the upholstery from smelling like stale cigarette smoke - forever (everybody smoked back then). I had an aunt who literally…"
"My mother didn't employ the plastic, but we were strictly forbidden to bring any food or drink outside of the kitchen or the den (which had a naugahyde couch and tile floor), so my mother kept things clean that way.
Monica, when you get older…"
just let me know what you want to do and when. I curtail instruction to your budget, cirriculum, and needs.... I am here to work for and with you, and will do my best to have your kids have a wonderful experience! thanks for hitting me up.