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aussiesapphire
May 25, 2017
A bit sour for me :(

"Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around." ~ Leo Buscaglia

Too much of our daily life tends to lack the intimacy of empathic communication, so when we do experience it, it's very life-affirming. And as Shakti Gawain says, "My willingness to be intimate with my own deep feelings creates the space for intimacy with another."

Lots on our news tonight about the destructive storms crossing the USA - hope you are all safe and well. God bless you. Hugs.
aknan
May 25, 2017
If you really want to see the power of touch in person, simply hold an elder's hand for a few minutes or give a gentle hug. The smile you receive in return is the warmest of thanks.
trynfindit
May 25, 2017
Tangerines shouldn't be sour, they should be sweet.
BayGrannie
May 25, 2017
Also, hugs & love to those in Manchester, U.K. C'mon, that lovely 8y/o who was at her first concert...I remember mine--Herman's Hermits, the Who & the Kinks. Anybody out there remember any of those groups or am I really showing my age? My girlfriend & I were Editor & Features Editor of our H.S. newspaper. Somehow the nuns got us press passes so we could go backstage...but didn't...too much hassle with the screaming & pushing. Way Back.
nlbuchanan
May 25, 2017
"Mrs. Brown you have a lovely daughter..." My first concert was Sam the Sham and the Pharaohs. They were nowhere near as well known as the Hermits. My hometown was too small for concerts so when I had an opportunity to go while staying with my aunt, I didn't care that I had never heard of the group before. And I do know what you mean about the screaming and the pushing although I don't think that has changed over time.
aknan
May 26, 2017
BayGrannie, I remember all the groups you mentioned, although I didn't see any of them. Did see the Stones in Germany, the African songstress Odetta, and Rod McKuen (poet) in Hamburg. Enjoyed that era of song a lot. Thanks for bringing back those memories.
BayGrannie
May 26, 2017
Nlb-just woke up & saw your post and BURST out laughing (Mrs. Brown, indeed! ). aknan--NOW I remember Rod McKuen-we had to rush out & buy his poems as soon as they came out. Sam the Sham is another happy memory. I lived near suburb of Philadelphia & at that time music was King. Dick Clark lived in my town. Chubby Checker had the Peppermint Lounge. Thanks to both of you for sharing happy memories!
trynfindit
May 31, 2017
When I was very small I loved Kate Smith, Rosemary Clooney and Dinah Shore. I think the first concert I ever went to had the Everly Brothers, Roy Orbison, Bobby Vee and some others I don't remember. Other favorites were Ricky Nelson, the Kingston Trio, Dave Brubeck and Joan Baez. Then the Beach Boys, Creedence Clearwater Revival, the Eagles, Quicksilver, Steppenwolf and Iron Butterfly. Later I got into some country music like Randy Travis, Keith Whitley and Alan Jackson. And Perry Como has always been one of my favorites.
BayGrannie
Jun 1, 2017
Was Kate Smith the one who sang "God Bless America" for the Philadelphia Flyers that got them going to win Stanley Cup twice in the mid-70's? She called them her "boys". They were my "men" back then and continue to be. Go Flyers-2018!!
trynfindit
Jun 1, 2017
And, yes, hearing her sing God Bless America still gives me goosebumps.
dbnc2
May 25, 2017
I like them
this is a good puzzle for today
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dbnc2
May 25, 2017
I did not finish
was going to say my niece's funeral is today
she will be missed and loved by everybody that knew her
nana24
May 25, 2017
Peace and strength for you and your family today. May you find comfort in the love that will surround you.
pixipixil
May 25, 2017
My condolences to you and her family.
elijah13
May 25, 2017
Blessings to your family. I know she will be missed.
mamag15
May 25, 2017
I am so sorry for the loss of your niece. God give you the strength and peace as you speak at her funeral. I pray that He gives you words that will comfort those around you. Hugs to you and everyone there with you.
trynfindit
May 25, 2017
May our merciful God give you and your family peace and strength.
carolsapple
May 25, 2017
So sorry for your loss. I send my condolences to your family!
olamae61
May 25, 2017
I feel so sad about your loss Nana! I pray for peace and comfort during this time!
carolsapple
May 26, 2017
Olama - it's dbn that's suffered the loss.
olamae61
May 27, 2017
Thanks carolsapple!
fiestyolelady
May 25, 2017
Good morning everyone. my day is starting. I will probably sleep another hr later on in the AM.
mamag15
May 25, 2017
Good morning fiestyolelady.
My day has also begun by making breakfast for my hubby and me, doing the dishes and cleaning up the kitchen, taking my husband out for a while so he can get some fresh air. (We want to see how high the water are after all the rain we have been getting), then coming home and doing homework the rest of day while taking care of hubby in between as he cannot do anything for himself. I feel like the fetch and carry person. I love him so much and after 40 years, I just pray God that he is still here. Have a blessed day.
trynfindit
May 25, 2017
Hi fiesty, hope your day turns out good.
carolsapple
May 25, 2017
My parents were married for 50 some years. Then one day I was visiting them - I was sitting at the kitchen table with my dad. My mom said from another room "said his name then how much do you love me? He looked at me funny and I told him, she wants you to do something for her....lol
mamag15
May 26, 2017
Carol, that is the way it is with my husband. He will ask me if I love him and I always ask what he wants. I just hope we make it through our 40th. I told him, just kiddingly, we are getting a divorce for our anniversary gift. 40 years of torture was enough. In all honesty, we are so in love even if we do get on each other's nerves. We have been through more in the last 40 years than most couples who have been married longer than us. It is hard work but worth every minute of it.
Have a safe and blessed week-end.
dbnc2
May 27, 2017
My husband died in June 1990
he was 73
I retired in January 1990
I am 89
thank God for each day
mamag15
May 27, 2017
Amen to that dbnc. God is good and everyday we wake up is a blessing.
carolsapple
May 27, 2017
Yes amen to that - so sorry for your loss. My parents died 1 1/2 years from each other. We almost lost my mom about 3 times. When I was 12 she suddenly started not feeling well. My dad took her to the doctor and hospital. They thought she had arthritis - then ended up at the Mayo Clinic in MN. She was in the orthopedic dept. and the doctor told her she need to be in gastro intestinal dept. She looked at him and thought huh? She said oh you don't understand I must go home and cook for the holiday dinner. The doctor calmly said Mrs. F you go home now, you'll be dead in 3 weeks. She had liver diease and my dad had multiple myleoma - cancer of the bone marrow.
olamae61
May 25, 2017
Tangerines, I really like them; my favorite fruit is oranges, though. Tangerines are one of the favorite fruits we serve at school!
debbie8327
May 25, 2017
I like tangerines can't eat too many I will break out in hives!!!
pixipixil
May 25, 2017
Once my father drank a whole carton of orange juice then ate a jar of pickles. Did he ever have hives! Turned green.
I was asleep but my mother told me about it.
trynfindit
May 25, 2017
Maybe it's the acid in them. Do any other foods give you hives?
carolsapple
May 25, 2017
Have some tangerine juice in my fridge. I once brushed my teeth in the morning. Then arrived downstairs for breakfast. My mom couldn't figure out why I was giving that sour expression when I drank o.j. Told her I just brushed my teeth and then she knew.
nlbuchanan
May 25, 2017
Did this in 127 hexagon. It was hard but fun - took me about three times as long as the top ten listed here but I don't do it for time. The fruit and nuts look good enough to eat.

God bless you all.
BayGrannie
May 25, 2017
I can just see the Jigawers (team) setting up this wondrous puzzle making sure that the leaf & stem on orange is perfect at 3am! But it seems to me the leaf is upside down. Do I need new glasses?
peterpan
May 25, 2017
Very lovely puzzle to do.
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