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  1. SoniaSouth's Avatar
    This pandemic showed us how vital traveling is and how crucial it is for our peace and lives. We waited so long that we could travel safely and commonly. Our first vacation after the quarantine was to Barbados. We chose Villas in Barbados for our stay, and it was the best decision we could make for this location. We had an incredible experience, and we lived in a luxurious villa, which gave me such a fancy and excellent vibe the entire visit. It was the best stay I have ever had in my whole life.
  2. Vasil's Avatar
    Good luck in the future
  3. Lovala's Avatar
    Good luck in the future! Moving to a new place definitely means a new life, especially if you move from a long-lasting residence. For me, a new chapter begins because we are moving together for the first time. We just finished our apartment, and now I am in the process of buying the rugs. I found a fantastic online store, https://www.rugsdoneright.com/collec...pe-rectangular, with a multitude of rugs models. I was surprised to hear that this store is lead by a women team - mothers, friends. Isn't this amazing and lovely? Love to support such businesses.
  4. SoniaSouth's Avatar
    So, have you moved in yet? My husband and I are thinking of selling our house and buying an apartment, but with all this covid still going on, I think it's kind of risky. Family and friends told us to wait a bit, but our neighbor is a prescreened agent in Hokkaido, and we were thinking of seeking his help. He told us that we should be fine since home/apartment values have slowed down during the pandemic. Still, I'm kind of a psycho who asks for reassurance. If you could share with me your experience, it would be very helpful! Looking forward to hearing from you!
  5. Azacaea's Avatar
    Oh, I really hope this crazy period will end up soon, and we will get back to our everyday-normal lives. I am still happy, and a bit shocked that there are people who stayed strong during this pandemic and thought not only for their lives but also for their business. I was reading the other day about the founder of Smartworks, which impressed me with his claims. At the age of 25, he was able to focus on his work and to help his business survive during the pandemic. Plus, he admits that will come when everything will pass, and we will be in the average acceleration.
  6. lundbergmn's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Aydensmomma
    Hey! Hope your doing well!!!
    hey lady!!!! so good to hear from you!!!! no I'm not doing well at all as far as sleeve life goes. Other than that I'm good. Hope you had a good Easter. Take care & keep in touch.
    Michele
  7. Azacaea's Avatar
    I understand your feelings. For me moving into a new house is always very weird. I have a lot of feelings because I understand that I have to live in another place. To meet new neighbors, to order new furniture, and more another daily routine. Anyway, I am very happy with the decision I took. The guys from lumina.com.ph found me the best offers for a new property. I am very pleased with their services. The real estate agent helped me a lot. The house is made of high-quality materials and the most important thing that my kids are happy.
  8. Aydensmomma's Avatar
    Hey! Hope your doing well!!!
  9. mujdey's Avatar
    Moving to a new place is always a very long and difficult event, especially it is difficult to transport things, equipment and furniture. Once, after another move to a new apartment, our bed was very badly damaged, which is why we had to look for a new one in the nearest stores or order from online stores. After a short search, we managed to find https://nyfurnitureoutlets.com/bedroom-furniture/filter-california_king and it was here that my wife and I found the bed of our dreams and immediately ordered it
  10. mujdey's Avatar
    Good luck with this!
  11. sraebaer's Avatar
    Doesn't sound like summer camps are happening. Hope yours does.
  12. AnnieG's Avatar
    Prayers rising for your family; uncertainty is almost as hard as illness. Four of our 6 kids are in "essential" jobs in their states, and 3 of them have kids of their own so we hear your concerns. Be safe and please keep us posted. <3
  13. Bonnie D.'s Avatar
    Sending prayers and positive thoughts your way. So sorry that you are going through this. I had a scare with my daughter who is an RN. She was real sick, something going around where she worked. She had double ear infection and so they tested her for Covid 19 and told her it would take 4 days to get results. It took them 14 days to give her the results, so she didn't work for 14 days and her boyfriend who is a policeman could not work. She went back to work on the 14th day and she received the call that it was negative. We will all get through this, together.
  14. AnnieG's Avatar
    Thanks for reaching out; prayers for your mum to remain stable while life adjusts to what we have going on.

    We are retired, and we are doing well. Avoiding other people for now. Our grown kids are all in essential professions, but able to work from home to keep things going and not having to worry about them is good. Our neighbors are younger than we are, and have all reached out to say they would shop or assist if we needed them. That's true regardless of what's going on. Community holds us together

    Prayers for all to remain healthy, and to be prudent.
  15. lundbergmn's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sraebaer
    Always my comic relief Katrina.
    thanks sraebaer!!!!!!
  16. sraebaer's Avatar
    Always my comic relief Katrina.
  17. Katrina's Avatar
    I couldnt even finish reading all of this... too much. Too much! Come on now, we don't need to know about all this with your son and the girl on her period
  18. Katrina's Avatar
    Same shoulder here too. I gained from 102 to 117 in 2017 after all the cortisone injections... and my shoulder still hurts! I hope your relief continues.
  19. sraebaer's Avatar
    You and I have the same shoulder. Just got the same hurt like hell injections. Here's to avoiding surgery!
  20. KiwiGal's Avatar
    Try to remember the 90% that was wonderful :-)
    Getting back to routine and basics will have you back to where you want to be in no time I'm sure.
  21. sraebaer's Avatar
    Hope things start to improve! My holidays were tough too food wise, but I think I'm back on track. On vacation so I won't know how much I lost until I get home, but it's an active vacation so I should be good.
  22. lundbergmn's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sraebaer
    We sound like twins! I see the orthepedic surgeon for my shoulder Thursday. I'm hoping a shot will get me through ski season before surgery. (Already bought season passes!). I hurt it almost a year ago, and it just kept getting worse. Thanksgiving getting my 2 year old granddaughter out of her crib almost killed me. For the 11 hour drive home even my fingers hurt.

    Here's to us both feeling better in 2020!
    wow! we do sound like twins!!! I saw the ortho & he wants me to have an MRI to see if my rotator cuff is torn or damaged. Hopefully I can have it done before we leave. I'm leaning towards surgery because of the pain getting continuously worse despite the injections & pt. Hope you have a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year!
  23. sraebaer's Avatar
    I can't even get in bed without my husband grabbing my good hand.
  24. sraebaer's Avatar
    We sound like twins! I see the orthepedic surgeon for my shoulder Thursday. I'm hoping a shot will get me through ski season before surgery. (Already bought season passes!). I hurt it almost a year ago, and it just kept getting worse. Thanksgiving getting my 2 year old granddaughter out of her crib almost killed me. For the 11 hour drive home even my fingers hurt.

    Here's to us both feeling better in 2020!
  25. lundbergmn's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by sraebaer
    Wow. Just wow. Sorry this happened to you. My only advice is to have no contact with crazy people.
    thanks! I agree!
  26. lundbergmn's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by AnnieG
    Wow. You don't need toxic in your life. Be at peace and do what you need to!
    agreed! thanks!
  27. AnnieG's Avatar
    So grateful you were not injured, and that so many good things have come for you!
  28. AnnieG's Avatar
    Wow. You don't need toxic in your life. Be at peace and do what you need to!
  29. Ann2's Avatar
    MIchele, what a wonderful way to start the new year off. Congratulations to you.
  30. Christie13's Avatar
    Yay to the new car and new job. I can understand about being sad to leave the current one as you love what you do. I used to work with children for years as a teacher and then a director for Child Development Centers. I changed jobs 3 1/2 years ago. I love the change but do miss working with the kids and families. I have a lot of fond memories. Happy Holidays!
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