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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-17 05:45:31
ID: 66118
The Zoom party was amazing tonight! Best part was surprising everyone by inviting former staff and friends to Zoombomb the meeting. We're a small group so everyone is like family. They were heartened to be involved and invited back which brought back fun memories. It felt like old times during this weird times.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-13 23:55:29
ID: 66101
Another idea was dance party breakout rooms. I did just buy a disco ball since I take dance classes at night.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-13 20:07:55
ID: 66100
Question for any Wisconsinites here...are raw ground beef sandwiches really a thing there? I just saw a warning from the WI Health Dept advising against it.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-13 01:01:03
ID: 66095
For our office Zoom party, I'm thinking of an easy fun competition like seeing how fast we can make whipped cream from scratch. Does that sound fun or lame? At the office, we all like to eat and we love talking about food the most.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-12 23:50:16
ID: 66089
I am starting to look so old. I turn 40 next year and I'm so depressed. It's only going to get worse from here and it's already starting to show.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-09 18:00:29
ID: 66076
So, religion. Anything good that happens, "I give all the credit and glory to God."... even if it's YOUR accomplishment, and you worked your ass off and hurdled mountains, all glory to God. Okay, whatever. Anything bad that happens, "It's God's will and he will bring me again to the light and goodness." .... even if it was YOU that fucked up and this situation could have easily been prevented. I'm so sick of this shit. This is my brother I'm talking about. His career has been going really well, but it's not because he's been working has ass off and putting in the effort to be better every day. It's God, sure. His drinking problem rears it's ugly head again? Again, God's will. And God will show him the way... back to where he was before HE fucked up in the first place. Take some fucking responsibility. Take some fucking credit.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-09 02:26:23
ID: 66071
I'm feeling a bit like a badass. Since I've worked 6 12 hour days over the last 9 days, I decided to skip work for a few hours this afternoon to go for a hike. The weather was amazing, and it is supposed to get cold tomorrow, so I figured I better seize the day. But since I was supposed to be at work, so I kinda rocketed through the hike, so I wouldn't be gone *too* long. I just checked my phone - I did 8 miles in 2 1/2 hours! And it was pretty steep too, about 1500 feet elevation gain. Whoohoo! And even better, no one missed me at work.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-08 21:00:05
ID: 66066
Speaking of crock pot, do you have a fave recipe? I just got one.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-07 18:59:18
ID: 66062
In response to a confession. It's not so much that I need to do things fast, but I need to do them the MOMENT I get out of bed in the morning. Right now. I have been known to make the bed WHILE I'm getting out of it. It drives my DH nuts. By 7am I've usually (of course made the bed), done at least 2 loads of laundry, cleaned the kitchen, filled the humidifier, fed the cat, cleaned the bathroom, cleaned the cat box, made today's lunch, started dinner in the crock pot, and done a half hour of power yoga. After all that's done, then I shower and get ready for work and go work all day at my office. When I get home, though? I'm pretty lazy. Like, pajamas at 6pm lazy. I wish I had more energy for projects in the evening because there's a lot of fun stuff I want to do but I am just too tired.
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Posted by: anonymous
2020-12-06 17:32:02
ID: 66051
In response to a confession. I'm the opposite.... I'm a huge procrastinator. I have good ideas for projects and things around the house that I'd like to do. But then I get in my head about how it's going to be too big of a project and I don't really know how to do it correctly, what if I mess up? what if I get in over my head? etc, etc. And I let fear get in the way so they never get done. It does feel really good to get something accomplished though. How do I fix my problem? Hahaha!
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