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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-02 20:08:26
ID: 52489
In response to a confession. Staying out all night, I get. I was at a party with 40 of my closest friends. We just kept laughing, and dancing, and drinking, and eating, and laughing, and we just didn't want it to end. But getting wasted never was my thing. I'll have a couple drinks, because I like the taste of wine and champagne, and there was a lot of it. The same reason I ate chocolate cake. But I probably drank a total of 8 glasses over a 12 hour period. And had 3 slices of cake! I didn't wake up until afternoon, but still had time to go for a hike, and then did a bit of yoga to counteract all the dancing. Everyone has a different idea of what is a great way to ring in the new year.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-02 17:27:59
ID: 52483
Started watching The Crown on Netflix. It is a really well done drama. It isn't anything I expected but I am glad I decided to give it a try. Prince Phillip is an ass!
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-01 21:06:39
ID: 52468
In response to a confession. I went to bed just after midnight. I don't usually stay up super late and I woke up at 9 this morning with a bit of a sleep hangover, but that was it. I don't get the point of going out and getting completely wasted and staying out all night...just doesn't appeal to me anymore.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-01 17:51:57
ID: 52450
I wouldn't want to live in a mobile home in my area. Wind issues.
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Posted by: greensquirrel
2018-01-01 17:14:53
ID: 52458
I can’t believe I was in bed by 11 last night. I didn’t even make it to midnight. I drank some champagne and watched Le Mante on Netflix with dh. Ds went over to my sister’s for a sleepover so we could have went out , but I was not down for that. I’m glad because now I have all day to relax and I’m not even hungover.
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Posted by: anonymous
2018-01-01 01:07:25
ID: 52432
In response to a confession. I wouldn't go, either. I have a crippling fear of deep water and shipwrecks. My sister has given me so much shit for not going out on her boat. They go out on Lake Erie and it's so scary to me. The waves can get crazy and just the thought of all the shipwrecks down there makes me nauseated. I'll have Nope for $600, Alex, lol.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-12-31 23:01:36
ID: 52442
In response to a confession. It acts as a support, under your spine. I was able to get into bridge pose and wheel pose with it. You just sort of lay back on it and roll to adjust yourself, if that makes sense. Even my 70 year old dad was on the floor, stretching his back on it. Here's a video on how to use one. I doubt I looked that graceful, LOL. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqU1ldjk4iY
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-12-31 22:41:59
ID: 52445
I want a tiny house, too. Honestly, they are no different than a mobile home. The only reason a lot of cities won't let you build them is because there is a set minimum sq. footage for a residence and most tiny houses are too small to qualify. If there's a tornado, it won't matter how big or small your house is--it'll get blown around and damaged regardless. I'd rather have a tiny house that only costs $30K and barely anything to insure rather than a huge 2000 sq ft. house that costs $300K and costs a ton to insure and maintain. A lot of states are building "tiny house communities" where the building code minimums don't apply and you can have a small house if you want. I would like mine to be on a foundation, I think, but 400 sq. ft or even smaller would be perfectly okay with me.
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Posted by: hanginin
2017-12-31 19:30:51
ID: 52441
In response to a confession. How does a yoga wheel help you get into bridge pose? Does it help with wheel pose? I really have trouble with that one, my back isn't very flexible.
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Posted by: anonymous
2017-12-31 04:43:37
ID: 52413
I've lived in tornado alley my whole life. Tornadoes are pretty nondiscriminatory, when it comes to destruction. Doesn't matter the size, really. Lots of people in trailers catch hell for living in an "unsafe" structure, but I've seen brick mansions ripped apart and turned into rubble. You want a tiny house? Go get yourself a tiny house! They're adorable and more eco friendly. In a tornado or hurricane, we're all screwed.
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Not the Official Fascia Blaster. But the same concept: