Conversation – 20
Hello Peeps time for a new Conversation Thread. This is number 20 out of the
series. I created and started this thread nearly 10 years ago.
I will change it often from now on. This is just a knock around
thread about things in life. My life and others. I am an avid Heidi
Daus Collector, former singer, model and so on. I do this thread because
I enjoy what I do. I love fashion and music and HSN is a little of both.
I cover a lot of music and fashion on this thread. ✨😎
I am going to wish Happy Holidays to all the Peeps out there and please
stay safe. 🌹✨😎
Easy Like Sunday Morning – Lionel Ritchie
Good afternoon are you referring to the Recaptcha during trivia? Oodie that is the reason
I was slow I had to keep putting in images that matched.
I things pick up and I am sure it will.
Glad you may have an extra pair of hands. Oodie may your friend mother’s memory be
a blessing. What a life 98 years is a blessings. 💕I know she still miss her mom.
Oodie your food is making me want something I will say this Florida seems to have great
I will see you at the top just wanted to respond to your post. 😉🎈
This reminds me of New England. 😎😘
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“Impossible is just an opinion.” —Paulo Coelho
“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ―Dalai Lama XIV
“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” ―Helen Keller
Hi. During Trivia I also had problems with Trivia. Instead of pictures I needed to listen to static and then someone saying something. This went on for many long minutes and finally I was able to hear the muffled voice. There was no way that a picture would show unless I was able to decipher what the person was saying. GEEZ🤨🙄😣 I agree with you. We have to start somewhere and we shall see what happens. I do have patience and will keep trying other avenues as well, though I do not have any ideas as yet. Many have left HSN for other places, that I do know from reading things in Community. People are not happy with the new decisions and only time will tell if the new game plan will actually bring in those who were not happy with the changes. I also find missing the scores is a bad idea. I still say the points we accrue should go towards purchasing something we like in the HSN store. I am positive that this would have given many an incentive to play the games as well as a win win for them. There are times that I think HSN wants to drive customers away. This may be one of them.
Yesterday I heard from our neighbor on the Cape. She was a bit distraught and wanted to let me know that her mom past last month. She was 98. I know she misses her mom. She was there every day preparing meals, keeping the house cleaned, doing laundry, etc.. I also mentioned how fortunate she was to enjoy her all these years. There are times that I pick up the phone to call them and just before dialing the number, realize that their home has someone else living there. Then I get the feeling that they do know and I smile and feel better.
I made it to the Farmer’s Market. I was an hour behind schedule, but talking to a friend who needed to vent was a good thing. I was able to pick up clam chowder and something new to try. They made their own smoked corned beef and they made a huge grinder with it. The corned beef had just been heated and that was one of the things I brought to hubby. I also found a small bowl of cut up fruit, the container with cubed watermelon, a small container of applesauce with no sugar added and some pluots. Oh yes, strawberries which hubby said later were absolutely sweet to the palate. I left both the watermelon and strawberries with a plastic fork and spoon for a midnight or early morning snack. He loved the grinder and I did pick up an Italian one as well for today (Sunday). I arrived at the Rehab about 6:15 pm. Hubby thought the worse and was happy to see me. His eyes lit up when he saw me approach the TV room and stood in t he doorway. He had already eaten his dinner. He left the bread. He said I spoiled the taste when I brought the homemade bread from the Farmer’s Market. He said it was a different flavor. I left him after 10 pm. I got engrossed with a book. The place had to be in the 60s. I was absolutely freezing and so was hubby. I brought him a jacket and another jacket for his legs. He was wearing shorts.
Well, now off to do some cleaning. I was given a name to call this afternoon to see if they are interested in giving me an extra pair of hands. The den area will be the first on my list to get it back to order and to get the TV out of a box and ready for cable. Soundbar also.
After ridding our home of rodents, I have decided to discard most of our pots and pans. I am starting from scratch. Guess I am too late for Wolfgang Puck’s set. I have tried everyplace I can think of to no avail. I can still purchase his non stick ones, but would rather have the Stainless Steel. I do have some All-Clad which I will keep.
Hope you three have a great Sunday. Temp here is in the mid 70s. Humidity is questionable since I haven’t stuck my bod out the door.
Celebrate National Make a Dog’s Day by adopting, fostering, or donating to your local shelter – give a pup the forever home they deserve!
Get ready to celebrate National Make a Dog’s Day on Oct. 22! This special day was created to honor the incredible bond between humans and their canine companions, which dates back centuries. It is meant to be enjoyed by dog owners around the world who want to show their appreciation for all that our furry friends do for us each day. Whether you make your pup a homemade treat or just spend some extra time snuggling, this is one holiday everyone can enjoy!
How to Celebrate National Make a Dog’s Day
1. Adopt a dog
No better way to celebrate National Make a Dog’s Day than by adopting a new four-legged friend. Visit your local animal shelter or rescue group and look for the perfect companion.
2. Volunteer at an animal rescue
If you can’t adopt, consider volunteering at an animal rescue or shelter. From walking dogs, to helping with laundry, to administrative tasks, there are plenty of ways to help out.
3. Donate supplies
Animal shelters and rescue groups are always in need of supplies like food, toys, blankets, and other items. Consider donating items that will help keep the homeless animals comfortable.
4. Organize a fundraiser
Gather your friends and plan a fundraising event for your local animal shelter or rescue. Host a bake sale, car wash, 5K run/walk, or any other creative event that will raise money for the cause.
5. Spread awareness
Help spread the word about homeless animals in need of homes by talking to friends and family about animal welfare issues and sharing stories on social media.
Why We Love National Make a Dog’s Day
A.It’s a fun way to show your pup some love
Sometimes our furry friends just need an extra special treat to show them they’re appreciated. On National Make a Dog’s Day, you can do just that by planning an activity specifically tailored to their needs. Whether it’s taking them for a walk on the beach, throwing them a birthday party or treating them to some new toys – your pup will be sure to enjoy the attention!
B.It promotes bonding time between people and pups
Spending quality time with your fur baby is not only beneficial for them, but for you as well! Fostering a strong connection between the two of you can help increase trust and understanding, while reducing anxiety and depression. Setting aside a few hours (or even minutes!) of your day to give your pup some extra TLC is always worth it!
C.It helps contribute to pet adoption initiatives
Instead of buying from breeders, consider saving a homeless pup instead! Many animal shelters are overflowing with lovable dogs just waiting to start over. Celebrating National Make A Dog’s Day by participating in local adoption drives and fundraisers can make a big difference in the lives of these neglected pets. So why not lend a helping hand and spread the word about how rewarding it is to adopt a dog in need?
This goes without saying everyday is making a dog day in my house and I think I can
speak for everyone on this thread. 🎈😉💕😘😎
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