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Hope you have a blessed Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is when we’re suppose to give thanks for the blessings of the year. Well that’s something we all need to do every day.  I sure do.  I’m so thankful for my daughter and my wonderful family.  I just don’t know what I would do without them and don’t want to find out either any time soon.

As I’m sure you have figured out, my grandmother is my most special person in the world (after my daughter.) She’s my rock and life just wouldn’t be the same without her so I am so thankful she’s still in my life and hope and pray she will be for many, many more years.

Here’s hoping you have a wonder Thanksgiving.  Just a little humor to help make your day better a little better.

Deodorant or antiperspirant?

My sister wants me to try this deodorant she just started using. I’ve told her repeatedly that I hate using something that is not also an antiperspirant! I hate to sweat! She gave me a container of the brand she is using, and told me that it is all natural. I understand that she likes things to be all-natural, and I’m fine with that, but if it doesn’t stop me from sweating, I don’t want to use it! I don’t know how else to explain it to her. What would you do?

Online Dating

A friend (and after you hear this you might wonder about my friend) suggested I try an online dating service. Now this is someone I have known for about 9 years now and she knows me good enough to know that I’m not so sure I could do something like that. I know that there are some good online dating sites out there but I also know there are some real nuts that slip through the cracks too. I almost fell over when she said that she met her fiance through one of them. I had no idea at all. I just might have to rethink all of this.

Recycling at it’s finest?

I’m all for recycling. I told you about my microwave oven going out, right? Well my grandmother told me I should recycle it instead of just throwing it in my trash because the magnetron has radiation in it and that is not a good thing to be put in a landfill. I totally agreed with her and took it to our local county recycling center. They told me they would be glad to take it but would have to charge me $5.00 for the disposal fee. Say what? All they were going to do with it was throw it in the landfill. I told them that I thought they recycled microwave ovens; after all, the only thing wrong with this one is the main control panel was going out on it but the magnetron, transformer and fuse were all still good. He looked at me and said “I have no idea what you’re talking about but if you don’t want to pay us to throw it away then you could always take it to the Goodwill and donate it. That’s one way to get rid of it without paying us. “SAY WHAT???? I was totally appalled at what he was suggesting. I had no choice but to take it home and put it in my trash. I hated doing it but it was going to end up there no matter what I did.

Punished for saving water?

I have a friend that lives in North Carolina not too far from Charlotte. They asked everyone to conserve water. The good people of Charlotte North Carolina stepped up to the plate and hit a home run. They went well under what the city had asked them to and to reward them for all the good work they did saving water, they raised their water bills. SAY WHAT? I think it’s totally unbelievable.