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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Trail of beers, crumbs of cheesecake...whatever it takes to find your way back is good! We're all just here trying to survive the pandemic together and cuss and discuss. What are you up to?
    you got the 10000!

    life got slow for us, luckily the university the Mr works at is still above water so to speak. He got 1 week of furlough per month but we held up okay. Both my boy children and their wives were "essential" so they're fine too.
    the blow that hit me hardest was the cancelling of minor league baseball. I'm a season ticket holder, love my baseball and it's killing me but I'd rather we all stay safe.

    my granddaughter will be starting school two days at school, three days home learning. It will be um, interesting? she was doing violin lessons by computer, that was weird. We're all mostly healthy though so counting the blessings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshmallow View Post
    you got the 10000!

    life got slow for us, luckily the university the Mr works at is still above water so to speak. He got 1 week of furlough per month but we held up okay. Both my boy children and their wives were "essential" so they're fine too.
    the blow that hit me hardest was the cancelling of minor league baseball. I'm a season ticket holder, love my baseball and it's killing me but I'd rather we all stay safe.

    my granddaughter will be starting school two days at school, three days home learning. It will be um, interesting? she was doing violin lessons by computer, that was weird. We're all mostly healthy though so counting the blessings.

    how's all in your world?
    I'm hanging in there healthwise.

    I am sad because I fear that NFL won't play this year, and I was looking forward to Brady being in Tampa Bay, but as you said, safety first!

    I work from home anyway, so nothing has really changed for me. My husband is an essential worker, so he's been working through most of it.

    It's amazing what all we do over the computer nowadays. Obviously I hope things get better soon, but there's a lot of things that we have done during this time that I hope we can kind of continue to do like having the option to work from home and more learning from home. It's funny how many employers were totally against working from home and now have embraced it whole heartedly.

    ETA: I didn't catch what you meant about the 10000, but it dawned on me after I posted!
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    I'm rubbing the bottom of my feet together. It feels nice. I thought you all might want to know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscat View Post
    I'm rubbing the bottom of my feet together. It feels nice. I thought you all might want to know.
    Carry on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Carry on!
    I have to take pleasure in the simple things, RBW, or I'd go mad. Lol! I'm currently up at 5am with a baby sleeping inv my arms. I'm not sure why I haven't laid him down and tried to get back to sleep, because I'm so tired, but he's nice to hold and look at.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscat View Post
    I have to take pleasure in the simple things, RBW, or I'd go mad. Lol! I'm currently up at 5am with a baby sleeping inv my arms. I'm not sure why I haven't laid him down and tried to get back to sleep, because I'm so tired, but he's nice to hold and look at.
    Sleeping babies are nice to hold and look at.
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    RBW: I tried that toilet bowl cleaner you suggested (in the black bottle) and it totally worked on my shower! Thank you SO much!!! Nothing else had worked and I thought it would never come out...

    Side note: my housekeeper was stoked when I told her, she had also tried everything she couldn't get them out either.


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    yes i said i will leave it under you storage he said cuddle with me i said shut up it over??? what am i doing wrong??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    RBW: I tried that toilet bowl cleaner you suggested (in the black bottle) and it totally worked on my shower! Thank you SO much!!! Nothing else had worked and I thought it would never come out...

    Side note: my housekeeper was stoked when I told her, she had also tried everything she couldn't get them out either.
    Glad it worked!

    It was genius born of necessity. I had tried everything the internet suggested for an abused tub, that wasn't really that old and shouldn't have looked that way, in a new rent house. I was cleaning the toilet and thought "if this will remove all this built up crud and iron from a commode, why wouldn't it work on a cast iron tub"? I was thinking I was going to have to resurface or replace it, and I didn't want to do either because they both are pains in the ass!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Glad it worked!

    It was genius born of necessity. I had tried everything the internet suggested for an abused tub, that wasn't really that old and shouldn't have looked that way, in a new rent house. I was cleaning the toilet and thought "if this will remove all this built up crud and iron from a commode, why wouldn't it work on a cast iron tub"? I was thinking I was going to have to resurface or replace it, and I didn't want to do either because they both are pains in the ass!
    I bought 2 bottles online weeks ago and they were just sitting there under my bathroom sink, wasn't motivated cuz I was thinking it probably wouldn't work. After my housekeeper came yesterday and I saw they were still there, I was like...why not? It said to let sit for 15 minutes so I poured it all over and went to watch TV and forgot about it so it ended up being more like 30 mins haha. Probably worked in my favor.

    I am totally buying more and will only use this stuff from now on, thanks again!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    I bought 2 bottles online weeks ago and they were just sitting there under my bathroom sink, wasn't motivated cuz I was thinking it probably wouldn't work. After my housekeeper came yesterday and I saw they were still there, I was like...why not? It said to let sit for 15 minutes so I poured it all over and went to watch TV and forgot about it so it ended up being more like 30 mins haha. Probably worked in my favor.

    I am totally buying more and will only use this stuff from now on, thanks again!!
    RBW, bathtub saver extraordinaire! I'm gonna add that to my resume!

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    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    RBW, bathtub saver extraordinaire! I'm gonna add that to my resume!
    Yes! haha


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    When you drive up on a fatal accident scene, do you ever wonder if the person that died passed you on the road earlier? If you had been a few minutes sooner, you would've been a part of the accident? Etc.
    This past weekend, on the way to NC, we passed a wrecked car in the median. My husband said whoever was driving definitely didn't survive, and if by some miracle they did, they're very lucky. I looked up the accident later and the driver crossed into the median, struck a tree, and the car burned. The driver didn't survive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscat View Post
    When you drive up on a fatal accident scene, do you ever wonder if the person that died passed you on the road earlier? If you had been a few minutes sooner, you would've been a part of the accident? Etc.
    We were driving somewhere this weekend but I saw something that I wanted to get a picture of so I had my husband turn around. We took maybe 2 minutes, and when we turned around there wasn't anything blocking us to go farther. Going back through the way we were before turning around we came up on a bad accident. Luckily something caught my eye or we may have been in it and I'm very thankful for that giant cherry pie statue thing lol (it was a world record thing going towards Traverse City, Michigan...not some weird random cherry pie thing in the middle of nowhere like I thought it was)
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    Because they are probably not ghetto and hood like me.

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    My fear of open water and avoidance of anything that could be considered "sporty and physical" is no secret. But sometimes I wish I wasn't such a wuss, because this looks really fun to me. It's like an IRL log flume at Six Flags!

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    Wait, you fear open water but were going to go on a cruise??? Or am I thinking of someone else?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    Wait, you fear open water but were going to go on a cruise??? Or am I thinking of someone else?
    Haha, no, that's her. I'm just the other way around. I will dive, kayak, jetski, waterski, etc in just about any body of water, but it took me a long time to talk myself into going on a cruise. KT is the queen of the cruises though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    Wait, you fear open water but were going to go on a cruise??? Or am I thinking of someone else?
    No, that's me. I'm a walking dichotomy. I fear being in open water (physically) because I can't swim (and I'm afraid of swamp monsters). I also fear canoes/kayaks/boats et al, because I don't think they are big enough to defend against the larger variety swamp monsters, and I don't trust them not to sink/flip/catch fire/etc. In a contradiction I can neither explain nor fathom, I am fascinated by big ships - and cruise ships are just big floating cities. It's not like I don't think about it, it's just a different kind of fear. It doesn't overwhelm me and paralyze me. A lifelong interest in ships/shipping (Navy and Merchant Marine family!) gives me an appreciation for how strong and powerful ships are. They move the world, and they can take a lickin' and keep on tickin.' Little boats, not so much.

    We do trans-Atlantic crossings 3-4x a year and have been in some pretty bad storms. In June 2018 our ship conducted a rescue at sea during a storm I thought was going to rip the ship apart (it's on YouTube). As we headed into the storm, I lay in bed that night thinking, "Well, this is how it's going to end for us. Laying in bed, holding hands." As terrified as I was, I felt strangely comforted that we'd die together. We usually book the QM2 (an ocean-liner) vs a cruise ship when we're crossing the North Atlantic - there is a world of difference in how she handles rough seas. However.... if Norwegian has a 13-day crossing from Florida to Barcelona for $599 - yeah, NCL it is. I'm more frugal than I am afeared of big ships.

    Quote Originally Posted by raisedbywolves View Post
    Haha, no, that's her. I'm just the other way around. I will dive, kayak, jetski, waterski, etc in just about any body of water, but it took me a long time to talk myself into going on a cruise. KT is the queen of the cruises though.
    I'm afraid it's true - but I'm not THAT kind of Cruise Queen. I don't cruise for the joy of cruising, nor do I own a single article of clothing with my favorite cruise line on it. We do it strictly to get from Point A (US) to Point B (Europe) and back again. We both hate flying, and after decades of frequent flying for work, we just aren't doing it anymore. An 8 or 9 hour flight is uncomfortable and I arrive tired, cranky, and miserable - plus I'm jet lagged for days. On a 7- to 14-day cruise I get fed, watered, and pampered around the clock, I get to see a few sites along the way, meet some interesting people, and arrive rested and relaxed with no jet lag!

    We don't take advantage of most of the onboard activities, which makes us a bit of a mystery to our table mates, who discuss the days events with great enthusiasm. When we do a trans-Atlantic migration, we've just spent two weeks dealing with the logistics of closing down a home for the season. We're tired and we're resting up for another week or so of dealing with the logistics of opening a home for the season. So our cruise itinerary looks something like this:

    -Wake up
    -Breakfast in Buffet
    -Nap in Cabin
    -Lunch in Buffet or Dining Room or Both
    -Nap in Cabin
    -Dinner in Dining Room
    -Bedtime

    I don't know, something about the salt air and the gentle waves puts me to sleep.

    We break up the naps with lots of reading, talking, and an occasional drink or lecture if it's a particularly interesting subject (true crime) - but we're not there for wet t-shirt contests on the Lido Deck, or to learn ballroom dancing or water painting. We're just two people, in-transit, and caught between two worlds for a week or so. It's a nice transition. Cunard gives us free wifi, but we unplug while we're at sea. I check messages twice a day (for emergencies) and keep my phone off the rest of the time. It's wonderful, a really relaxing and civilized way to travel (harp music at dinner!).

    If you have the time to do it (min 7 days), I highly recommend it. It is not as expensive as people think it is, maybe $200-$300 more than an airline ticket and no baggage limit. If it fits in your cabin, you can bring it with you. An exhausting 14 hour day of running thru airports and being shoe-horned into a seat for 8 hours? Or a relaxing 7 day All-You-Can-Eat Vacation at Sea? It's an easy choice for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post
    No, that's me. I'm a walking dichotomy. I fear being in open water (physically) because I can't swim (and I'm afraid of swamp monsters). I also fear canoes/kayaks/boats et al, because I don't think they are big enough to defend against the larger variety swamp monsters, and I don't trust them not to sink/flip/catch fire/etc. In a contradiction I can neither explain nor fathom, I am fascinated by big ships - and cruise ships are just big floating cities. It's not like I don't think about it, it's just a different kind of fear. It doesn't overwhelm me and paralyze me. A lifelong interest in ships/shipping (Navy and Merchant Marine family!) gives me an appreciation for how strong and powerful ships are. They move the world, and they can take a lickin' and keep on tickin.' Little boats, not so much.

    We do trans-Atlantic crossings 3-4x a year and have been in some pretty bad storms. In June 2018 our ship conducted a rescue at sea during a storm I thought was going to rip the ship apart (it's on YouTube). As we headed into the storm, I lay in bed that night thinking, "Well, this is how it's going to end for us. Laying in bed, holding hands." As terrified as I was, I felt strangely comforted that we'd die together. We usually book the QM2 (an ocean-liner) vs a cruise ship when we're crossing the North Atlantic - there is a world of difference in how she handles rough seas. However.... if Norwegian has a 13-day crossing from Florida to Barcelona for $599 - yeah, NCL it is. I'm more frugal than I am afeared of big ships.



    I'm afraid it's true - but I'm not THAT kind of Cruise Queen. I don't cruise for the joy of cruising, nor do I own a single article of clothing with my favorite cruise line on it. We do it strictly to get from Point A (US) to Point B (Europe) and back again. We both hate flying, and after decades of frequent flying for work, we just aren't doing it anymore. An 8 or 9 hour flight is uncomfortable and I arrive tired, cranky, and miserable - plus I'm jet lagged for days. On a 7- to 14-day cruise I get fed, watered, and pampered around the clock, I get to see a few sites along the way, meet some interesting people, and arrive rested and relaxed with no jet lag!

    We don't take advantage of most of the onboard activities, which makes us a bit of a mystery to our table mates, who discuss the days events with great enthusiasm. When we do a trans-Atlantic migration, we've just spent two weeks dealing with the logistics of closing down a home for the season. We're tired and we're resting up for another week or so of dealing with the logistics of opening a home for the season. So our cruise itinerary looks something like this:

    -Wake up
    -Breakfast in Buffet
    -Nap in Cabin
    -Lunch in Buffet or Dining Room or Both
    -Nap in Cabin
    -Dinner in Dining Room
    -Bedtime

    I don't know, something about the salt air and the gentle waves puts me to sleep.

    We break up the naps with lots of reading, talking, and an occasional drink or lecture if it's a particularly interesting subject (true crime) - but we're not there for wet t-shirt contests on the Lido Deck, or to learn ballroom dancing or water painting. We're just two people, in-transit, and caught between two worlds for a week or so. It's a nice transition. Cunard gives us free wifi, but we unplug while we're at sea. I check messages twice a day (for emergencies) and keep my phone off the rest of the time. It's wonderful, a really relaxing and civilized way to travel (harp music at dinner!).

    If you have the time to do it (min 7 days), I highly recommend it. It is not as expensive as people think it is, maybe $200-$300 more than an airline ticket and no baggage limit. If it fits in your cabin, you can bring it with you. An exhausting 14 hour day of running thru airports and being shoe-horned into a seat for 8 hours? Or a relaxing 7 day All-You-Can-Eat Vacation at Sea? It's an easy choice for me.
    Sounds so ... civilized. My dream has always been to take train trips on some of the classic lines for much the same reason. Comfy seats, scenery, and no responsibility except getting to the depot on time. If we had the wherewithal to travel the world, ship and train would be the way I'd do it.

    We done a few of the river boat cruises in Louisiana. I'd love to do some of the longer trips, but they ARE expensive. https://www.vikingrivercruises.com/c...8IgQ&gclsrc=ds
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    You're a trip, KT!


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    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    Sounds so ... civilized. My dream has always been to take train trips on some of the classic lines for much the same reason. Comfy seats, scenery, and no responsibility except getting to the depot on time. If we had the wherewithal to travel the world, ship and train would be the way I'd do it.
    It is very civilized. Everybody is leisurely strolling around, smiling and chatting - and it's all set to a soundtrack of piano, violins, and harps. Picture the Titanic without the iceberg. Cunard still has table assignments and we've been incredibly fortunate in that lottery. We've met some of the most fascinating people and keep in touch with many of them. I was chatting with a lovely lady sitting next to me in the Pub one afternoon. We were talking about motherhood and careers and I asked her what she did for a living. I was a little embarrassed to learn it was this woman: Sorry the pic is so big...

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0408309/?ref_=nmmi_mi_nm




    Quote Originally Posted by puzzld View Post
    We done a few of the river boat cruises in Louisiana. I'd love to do some of the longer trips, but they ARE expensive.

    https://www.vikingrivercruises.com/c...8IgQ&gclsrc=ds
    Too expensive for my cheap arse, sadly. I'd love to do Viking's 15-day St. Paul-NOLA Mississippi River cruise, but it's $11,000/person! Depending on the time of year, we pay between $600-$1200/person for a trans-Atlantic cruise; the two of us could cross the ocean NINE times for the price of ONE Mississippi River cruise. Much to my husband's dismay, my Scottish blood won't allow me to look at it any other way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nic B View Post
    You're a trip, KT!
    My fears and phobias are logical and well thought out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KimTisha View Post
    It is very civilized. Everybody is leisurely strolling around, smiling and chatting - and it's all set to a soundtrack of piano, violins, and harps. Picture the Titanic without the iceberg. Cunard still has table assignments and we've been incredibly fortunate in that lottery. We've met some of the most fascinating people and keep in touch with many of them. I was chatting with a lovely lady sitting next to me in the Pub one afternoon. We were talking about motherhood and careers and I asked her what she did for a living. I was a little embarrassed to learn it was this woman: Sorry the pic is so big...

    https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0408309/?ref_=nmmi_mi_nm






    Too expensive for my cheap arse, sadly. I'd love to do Viking's 15-day St. Paul-NOLA Mississippi River cruise, but it's $11,000/person! Depending on the time of year, we pay between $600-$1200/person for a trans-Atlantic cruise; the two of us could cross the ocean NINE times for the price of ONE Mississippi River cruise. Much to my husband's dismay, my Scottish blood won't allow me to look at it any other way.
    Exactly. For that price, I'd want it to include well, I don't know what. There are some cheaper options... but still pricey. When I win the lottery. And, uh, who is that?
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    I could never do a cruise. I get seasick. People have told me, you don't even feel like you're moving on a cruise ship since it's so big, but I don't care. I'm like the Princess and the Pea. I could feel a ripple and throw up!
    I went on a snorkeling trip in Key West once. I was the reason people got to see fishes swimming along the boat. Think about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscat View Post
    I could never do a cruise. I get seasick. People have told me, you don't even feel like you're moving on a cruise ship since it's so big, but I don't care. I'm like the Princess and the Pea. I could feel a ripple and throw up!
    I went on a snorkeling trip in Key West once. I was the reason people got to see fishes swimming along the boat. Think about it.
    If I have to take Dramamine, I don't want to go.
    People told me the same thing. I got seasick and I was on the Royal Princess, one of the really big cruise ships. It wasn't awful except the night we encountered a storm down by Honduras, but I could definitely feel the movement and had to concentrate on my breathing and trying to think about other things and focusing on the horizon to avoid feeling seasick. I like the idea of cruises, but I've tried it twice now and I don't think it's for me....although I would cruise the Nile if I got the chance.

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    People told me the same thing. I got seasick and I was on the Royal Princess, one of the really big cruise ships. It wasn't awful except the night we encountered a storm down by Honduras, but I could definitely feel the movement and had to concentrate on my breathing and trying to think about other things and focusing on the horizon to avoid feeling seasick. I like the idea of cruises, but I've tried it twice now and I don't think it's for me....although I would cruise the Nile if I got the chance.
    I think I'm okayish on ferries. I took a ferry to Cumberland Island and that wasn't bad at all.
    But being stuck on a boat, out in the middle of the ocean, the waves rocking the boat, back and forth, back and forth...
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    "he had Skittles so he could have made drugs".
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    Yo mama such a ho, that Foursquare has made her vag a place to "check in".

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