The last day of the week that I have spent a night at Mom's. Tomorrow life goes back to normal. Brother-in-law went to work yesterday and did really well. So that crisis is past us.
Do you ever consider the history of a home when you are looking to buy one? I never do but maybe I should:
Unless the body is in the living room on the couch I don't think it would bother me to buy the house.
I'm always happy when anyone gets a job:
I'm not sure I am happy about a computer diagnosing medical conditions. Are you?
Men never ask for directions. We just don't we know the world is round and we will eventually get there. Now we don't have to worry about getting lost because someone wants to know where we are at all times:
Suzanne La Follette authored yesterday's quote. "Yes'm, old friends is always best, 'less you can catch a new one that's fit to make an old one out of. " Was authored by novelist and short story writer born in 1849 and died in 1909. She is best known for best known for her local color works set in or near South Berwick, Maine, on the border of New Hampshire, which in her day was a declining New England seaport. As treatment for rheumatoid arthritis, a condition that developed in early childhood, She was sent on frequent walks and through them also developed a love of nature. She published her first important story in the Atlantic Monthly at age 19. She possessed a keen descriptive gift that William Dean Howells called "an uncommon feeling for talk. She never married; but she established a close friendship with writer Annie Field and her husband, publisher James Thomas Fields, editor of the Atlantic Monthly. After the sudden death of James Fields she and Annie Fields lived together for the rest of her life in what was then termed a "Boston marriage." Have you visited THE COUNTRY OF THE POINTED FIRS?. If you have you can answer the question, who authored today's quote?