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What are you up to this weekend? We’re actually traveling to San Francisco for a reunion My sister! I’m squeezing myself and can’t wait to put it in my clutches I hope you have a good link, here are some links from around the web…

Have you seen the funny show? Girls 5Eva?

These comfortable sandals Looks nice with everything.

The happiest people in the world All this for lunch, day after day.

An easy way to lighten your skin.

The most effective way To thank your significant others. “An expression of gratitude that highlights how much you have earned from a loved one’s work is also more effective than one that highlights its cost… So instead of focusing on how much trouble your husband had to rub into the dinner plates, try emphasizing the The way that allowed you to stick to a deadline or catch up with an old friend.”

How did I save enough to buy a house with my parents’ money,” Ha ha ha.

married couples living separately.

100 visions of fatherhood.

Is this The most delicious pasta ever?


Plus three comments for readers:

Natalie says are you religious: “My favorite ritual in my Jewish rites is to say the blessing ‘shehecheyanu’ when you do something for the first time in a long time – the first time you put on your winter coat that year, the first time you hang your clothes on the line in the spring, the first time The one you eat a strawberry that season, the first time you see a friend after a long break up. It makes you stop and appreciate the little things that might pass us by in our busy lives.”

Elise says The perks of living alone: “I divorced after 10 years of marriage, and one of my initial fears was to be alone indefinitely. Not only would I never find love again, but I might never find someone to go back to, to share the details of my day with, perhaps forever. Almost five years ago, I loved my solitary lifestyle. Living alone has helped me get to know myself more intimately and become more confident. I have found great happiness in this little haven I created, where I can eat a baguette and soft cheese for dinner, or watch An episode of a ’90s sitcom before getting ready for work in the morning, or taking a hot shower by the hour. I’m without disturbing anyone else. And while I’m open to sharing a space with someone again, I’m not in a rush.”

Tara says Unexpected relationships during a pandemic: “My aging hair class has kept me afloat during a pandemic. An occasional entry into a 70-plus hair class has brought me so much joy. We started in person in January 2020 and then everyone went to Zoom. Poems about the survival of wars and their parents during World War I put It’s all set right where I received my Indian food. I live alone and they really loved me in a way that only old people can. Marilyn tried to put me up with her son, but it was so awkward and we all pretended it didn’t. I learned to love my parents more, they encouraged me and my poems. Art and his wife called from Assisted Living, and they emailed me when I missed a class, “Tara, are you okay?” Isn’t that all we want? 5 stars for over 70 hair classes during the pandemic.

(Photo courtesy of Tartine Factory in San Francisco.)

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