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  • Just saw a weather reporter get nailed by a flying tree branch in 110 mph winds :oops:...
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Oh dear, I have a feeling this will be one of the costliest ones ever. That wind does look crazy. Hope your roof gets fixed quickly!
    Aspychata
    Aspychata
    We are on the backend however it's still pretty windy.
    mysterionz
    mysterionz
    ian is on its way (in central FL) and I’m scared. Dorian in 2019 was nothing (just rain and wind for us, but severe damage for the Bahamas), and Irma cut power to my area for three days despite hitting as a Cat 1.
    Anyone else watching the Dimorphos impact... ?
    LadyS
    LadyS
    VideoCapture_20220926-181735.jpg

    We watched on TV.. the images of the surface were so clear...I'm sure they'll replay the moments before.
    Shaddock
    Shaddock
    I watched it on youtube. it´s the same what you watched (NASA). yeah it was really cool to watch.

    http s://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4RA8Tfa6Sck

    LadyS
    LadyS
    I love that last fast forward replay. Momentous.
    "I fear not the man who has practiced 10,000 kicks once, but I fear the man who has practiced one kick 10,000 times."
    - Bruce Lee
    Weirdest hearing test ever had at my physical. I heard most tones out of my left ear, was waiting for right ear tones but only heard a couple on that side. The result ended up being that my right ear scored fine and had gotten better from last year. But my left hearing had disintegrated a tad even though I only heard tones out of that one ... very confused. So was the doctor.
    Homemade Idli Sambar..mmm. pretty sure I'm back to pre-Covid weight after this weekend.
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Mmmmm, one of my Somali friends makes a sauce that tastes very similar. Only she cuts up rotis or tortillas into triangles and fries them. That's what we dip with. But I love the clean, lovely steamed flavor if idli. Are you grinding and fermenting the grains yourself? If so, I am very impressed.
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Somali cuisine definitely has some Indian/Arab influence :) Actually my mom makes it when I come to visit her and ya she makes it all from scratch. She's just too good of a cook. I've been suspecting that she's an Aspie too. One of her special interest/obsession is cooking, so you could say I'm spoiled with good food :p.
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Idli Sambar is one of my favorite comfort foods. The pillowy softness of Idli is so hard to beat. And the way my mom makes it, it just melts in your mouth...
    Husband came back from Detroit business trip with a Michigan shaped cutting board and cookie cutter (a gift from the company). As a Texan I feel conflicted (LOL). Jokes are welcome.
    Luca
    Luca
    I can relate to this, because I got a German Shepherd cutting board as a prize in a dog show, and I don’t have German Shepherds so it looks kind of weird in my house lol
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Just feels weird lol. I've never even been. So am I supposed to make Michigan shaped cookies and serve them on the Michigan board for ...what reason haha? Too funny...
    The odd coincidences (& signs?) have started up again after a pretty long lull. Life trying to talk to me again...*shrug*
    Silhouette Mirage
    Silhouette Mirage
    Since it's likely your brain piecing these coincidences together and interpreting them as meaningful, you might be trying to tell yourself something important.
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Could be.
    This forum is great. It's cool to check in, make sure everybody as a collective whole is up and runnimg.
    LadyS
    LadyS
    It's always interesting to see the goings on with each person...
    LadyS
    LadyS
    This is the version I was referring to :)

    tree
    tree
    I saw that one, too.
    Still Covid laden 9 days later :( ...
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Finally a negative test! Although still got that darn lingering cough and leaky nose...
    Aspychata
    Aspychata
    My good friend dealt with a burst vein in her finger, l read up on it and it looks like after 6 months, you are out of that issue.
    Yeshuasdaughter
    Yeshuasdaughter
    This video from the beginning of the pandemic brought my daughter and me great joy while we were laid low with covid:
    After 2.5 yrs it finally happened...Covid positive. Fever, aches, fatigue. Fun stuff.
    Judge
    Judge
    Yeah. I caught Omicron last January. Take care...
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Thanks. So far I've been able to evade it but knew my time would come. Glad it's not worse though.
    Judge
    Judge
    Very uncomfortable for about two days, then my fever broke and my symptoms slowly dissipated over another five days. This after two primary injections and one booster.
    Got fall fever much earlier this year... probably because it's been feeling like a neverending August all summer..
    Waiting outside in the 100 degree heat while the cleaners clean (never had anyone come into my house to clean before so cue "what-do-i-do-awkwardness."
    LadyS
    LadyS
    It actually reminds me of another reason why I hate summers.. starting @10 yrs, spending my summers working the family business (no vacation for me) and cleaning 40+ hotel rooms, left by beach goers and fisherman (the smell, and sand everywhere!!), in 100 degree heat and humidity, and add in the heat of the hotel laundry, folding hot towels and sheets. One of the reasons why I loved school.
    LadyS
    LadyS
    But still wouldn't change that part of my childhood. Hard work always paid off. Gratitude every day. Working service industry does wonders. Today it would be considered child labor but back then it was all about family survival. But I suppose no different than family farm life.
    Stay safe and hydrated UK ppl.
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    I'm from the UK. I will try not to lose too many bodily fluids. Than you for your concern!
    Slim Jim
    Slim Jim
    It will be hard though. It has started to get very hot here right now. Hottest summer since, hmmnn.. last summer. :)
    LadyS
    LadyS
    Got family up in the Leeds area and they love this kinda weather. They were envious when I told them it was 43C here. Well here ya go. Enjoy.
    2 week mission to deep clean and declutter house: day 2--found the long lost car keys (smh).
    LadyS
    LadyS
    My husband is a clutterbug/hoarder and have been anxiously waiting for him and my eldest to leave for the UK so I can finally start tossing and cleaning. Turns out his car keys which he lost months ago was hidden by my eldest son (who has recently developed a compulsion of touching and moving everyday items).
    LadyS
    LadyS
    So far it's taken me 2 days just for the kitchen and pantry. But progress has been good and therapeutic.
    Oh hi new interface, welcome to the forum where people don't like change. (Just kidding) can't wait to change my profile.
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