Type: Posts; User: JGHIRETIRE
I've been there too - I'm so sorry for your loss.
Ooh thanks for the tip!!
What did you think of the Stephen King book??
I haven't read it yet.
I just finished reading The Meat Racket - by C. Leonard - found it very interesting. Now reading the Stephen Ambrose D-Day Book.
I don't get cable so have it on my Netflix list whenever it comes out.
Looks like it would be a good show.
My grandparents came from Norway - same thing - they learned English - had the kids learn English. To the point that no one in our family now speaks Norwegian.
So his 18 and 19 year old daughters - who are of legal age to do what they wish are idiots?? They don't know their own minds and can't make an informed decision??
Says a lot about the parents....
Go in person if you can. In this day and age that would be incredibly impressive.
I don't think Nicole Richie or Paris Hilton are shining examples of normal. LOL
At the time, the way Scarlett was raised was not that strange. Most people, without slaves, cannot support that...
I think I get what you're trying to say and I agree.
If things were changed and everyone became equal in the school system, wouldn't that change how people acted out of school??
Instead of honoring...
LOL ok that's true.
In a more "normal" relationship you would be a little more honest. (I hope.)
I don't know if my grandparents addressed each other that way. Both my grandmothers were...
This is such an interesting time period.
Can anyone imagine owning another person??
Can anyone relate to how spoiled Scarlett was?? How pampered??
How unnatural their social interactions are. ...
Very well said. Excellent post.
QUOTE=HighFlyinBey++;7762430]"In the New York Times, Merritt Tierce applauds Wendy Davis for opening up about her abortions and writes about the more common...
...and I thought I had trouble with my horse. ROFL
I've seen way more of them than I have ever wanted to see - add Nicki Manaj to the mix with her Anaconda crap.
That is exactly how they were thought of - not just in those times either.
I had an uncle from Mississippi..............yikes.
I have heard of Belvoir but never used them.
Cute little bugger.....
That's the truth!!
I went through a Hobby Lobby once - a bunch of crap for the most part anyway - but no I would not buy anything from them. They are very hypocritical.
This really makes me sad......what is it with men in particular that they are so worried about women's reproductive issues. Barefoot and pregnant indeed.........
There were so many bad pictures of the eventing venue, I opted not to go out there. I sat in a Pub with a bigscreen in Bayeux with some New Zealanders - had a great time.
Hmmm could be interesting.......
Thanks for the link!!