Type: Posts; User: Naina78
I just had an email exchange with a friend that's left me rather befuddled. I'm just going to cut and paste it here.
I've just heard that [sister-in-law] will be leaving her bartending job in...
There's a bunch of riders waiting around by the camera right now. Does anyone know who's who?
Guy McLean? I do not understand.
I've never heard of this mare before! I understand that pedigree scholars know far more than the average mainstream fan (like me); is she mentioned when pundits are comparing the greats, ever?
I'm left-handed and do most tasks that way. It's been ages since I played anything like soccer, so I don't remember which foot was dominant, but I swing a bat or golf club right-handed. (The first...
My childhood cat died just short of 15, and my brother's at 16. Tobey was 12. Dylan is 13 and in great health. *knocks on wood*
Dylan has only ever responded to one cardboard box. Almost a year later, it's still sitting in front of the TV!
Montego Bay, in Jamaica.
I've been to NYC more times than I can count but have never been comfortable there.
Only that they know one end of an equine from the other.
McIntosh, followed by Honeycrisp. But really, as long as it's not a Red Delicious, I'll eat any kind!
Will eat pound-bags of pecans, hazelnuts or almonds without noticing. Walnuts are good in a salad (instead of croutons). Don't really like pistachios or macadamias, and cashews make me queasy.
English, more or less. My cat is teaching me Feline, but he keeps ending our lessons by walking off in a huff, so I'm not sure how well I'm doing.
I took French in middle/high school and can read...
This past weekend, I was a bridesmaid in my brother's wedding. It was my first time, and I have to say it was largely a wonderful experience. I've been fond of my sister-in-law (who loves horses,...
Does anyone know the books "Danza!" and "Tin Can Tucker"? Both by Jean Hall, I think. She also wrote "Working Trot", which is fantastic.
I love this show. It was astounding to see how much the character has grown over only nine episodes/films!
And to whoever mentioned Mark Gatiss' husband having a role: he did! He played Moriarty's...
Holiday (1938): http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0030241/?ref_=fn_al_tt_2
Cary Grant, Katharine Hepburn, directed by George Cukor. Can be difficult to find, but absolutely worth it.
Dylan was yowling incessantly to go outside one evening last year. So I put his harness on, attached the leash, and opened the door.
Did I mention this was the evening Hurricane Sandy hit? Yeah....
Watching those videos, I do wonder how much merchandise winds up leaving the store without being paid for.
Castle, Top Gear (UK), Sherlock, and I do love the Big Bang Theory, but I'm woefully behind.
My big dude is like Paint Pony's; loves people but will not tolerate other cats. My housemate gives him food/water/adulation if I go away, but really, Dylan mostly cares about who'll rub his tummy or...
A couple years ago, I met up with a bunch of friends in Columbus, OH. (I'm from Philadelphia.) One friend is from Arcadia, CA, near Pasadena. Smart girl, well educated, done plenty of traveling....
I've known at least two Jack Russells that were truly evil SOB's.
This entire thread is making me cry.
My family has taken our pets to the same vet's office for 28 years now. I'm not bothered by the cats getting shots, but if it's stitches or drawing blood, I'll voluntarily leave the room, because I...
Ruby Sparks was very, very good. Written by Zoe Kazan, the grand-daughter of Elia Kazan, and she plays the title character. Paul Dano, who is always fabulous, is also in it.