I would suggest that while still able, you spend some part of your daily
routine doing volunteer work applying and passing on knowledge in your
field of expertise.
Then also look ahead at what your expectations of future ability are, and
plan something around that.
it will force you out of the house for a few hours a day, and allow your
wife to adapt to your increased and increasing presence.
Desire to learn? Asking around? Learning comes from doing yourself.
Sounds like you are lazy bugger. I don't have enough time at hand every
day. There are lots to do around and many books to read. I average 2-3
books a month on eReader. Next six month I am teaching seniors computer
introductory class. At completion of the class they will be able to use
email, use word processing, surf i'net, use skype and roam with laptop
on WiFi hot spots. I am a senior as well. LOL! going onto 80.
On Thu, 30 May 2013 09:42:12 -0600, Tony Hwang wrote:
I've been called a zillion things in my life, but
"lazy" has never ever been uttered in my presence.
Interesting ... that constant activity to do a job
yourself ... and to do it right ... constitutes lazy
in your mind?
And, posting pictures, following up on all comments,
looking up references, following through on (most)
suggestions, etc., also constitutes lazy?
Interesting vocabulary you have there ... :)
PS: I didn't look up the bugger part ... 'cuz I have
a suspicion as to what *that* means in your vocabulary!
You have to learn to ignore some people.
That's one of the dumber things I've heard recently.
I think your wife needs to buy something to glue you in place for a while.
Maybe she could get your doctor to prescribe some sedatives.
What ever possessed you to use a brass brush?
On Thu, 30 May 2013 13:53:55 -0400, Dan Espen wrote:
Yea, that was dumb.
Luckily, this morning I easily got rid of the pretty lady
on the mustard bottles without a brush, because my
20-something kid remarked over the memorial day weekend
that it was "sexist" ...
I came up with an invention years ago called "Stay Put!". It is for
toddlers who won't stay put to get their socks and shoes put on or to
take their medicines. The devise is a line of clothing or a vest with
Velcro on the back and a matching patch of Velcro to be attached to a
wall or immobile object of your choice. I never had the money to develop
or market it but I know it would sell to parents of young children and
I'll bet the caregivers for old children could use it too. ^_^
On Friday, May 31, 2013 12:42:34 PM UTC-6, Danny D wrote:
Whoever came up with that terminology "African American" should have
been thoroughly thrashed. One is either "African" or American".
There are lots of black pigmented people who don't fit any of those
I "retired" six years ago and she kept working. When I got the
honeydo list done she wouldn't let me make sawdust anymore (house on
the market) so I get another job - 600mi away. ;-)
We just moved, again, and now she can't find a job so has decided to
retire. *I* was supposed to do that first (again).
Boy does that bring back bad memories! It wasn't even knowing which
one I'd come home to, it would change in an instant. That was a
decade back, though.
Maybe that's what I have there. Dunno actually.
I never thought about it before, but those connections
Seems to me a countertop shouldn't have *any* joints
except those which are absolutely necessary.
But, it is what it is; all I can do is clean it.
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