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Showing content with the highest reputation since 06/21/2020 in Posts

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    The late designer Karl Lagerfeld said, "Sweatpants are a sign of defeat. You lost control of your life so you bought some sweatpants." It's kind of amusing, but it’s not the nicest thing to say!
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    When I'm lazy to brew, I go for instant coffee with cream but black coffee is my other option. I also like teas with some Yakult or Lemon in them, especially after a workout or just early in the morning.
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    Words are helpful as much as it is deadly because there have been times when a single thought made my day and also ruined it. During unmotivated days, scrolling through my newsfeed helped inspired me at some point because of the quotes that I would come across. Some quotes gave me realizations, while others reminded me of my principles whenever I would doubt the meaning in my work. What quotes do you find helpful for yourself?
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    What are your go-to caffeinated drinks, hot or cold? I love coffee with milk (dairy or oat) plus a sprinkle of cinnamon. I also love strong black tea with a good splash of milk but no sugar. In the summer, I switch to ice coffee.
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    I listen to many things. When I am in a funk, I listen to hard rock. When I'm anxious, I listen to the oldies. Most days I just listen to country music. When I am feeling nostalgic, I listen to hair band music. I told you that I listen to all kinds of music, but I always have music on.
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    I'm an avid fruit eater. I love fruit - fresh, frozen or in smoothies. My favorite memory of fruit was when I went to Punta Cana. I probably ate fruit and only fruit for breakfast and lunch most days. I'm not picky, I like most varieties of fruit.
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    The image above is a pithy saying by Phyllis Diller that always makes me smile when I run across it. A little humor brightens the day, and sometimes that's enough for a quote to capture my attention.
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    I can remember as a child going to my grandparents house and laughing (internally) when they tried to teach me about birds. Now when I think back to those days, I kick myself. I'm lucky enough that my mom listened to them and gained a lot of knowledge. I've been trying to learn more about the birds in our area. I love watching them and seeing how they interact with each other. I've put out many different types of feeders and different types of birdseed (worms, suet, seeds). I've even named a few of the "regulars". Anyone else share interest in my newfound hobby?
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    I've been bingeing Star Trek: Voyager. I know it's not the most popular series in the Star Trek universe, but I'm in love with the premise and the characters. I love watching Janeway grow into her role as a leader and caretaker of her crew. The Doctor's character arc is also intriguing and fun.
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    I started watching Ratched lately on Netflix and I am still unsure what to think of it yet. The events are quite bizarre in this TV series. The reason I wanted to watch it was because I am a big fan of the horror genre. I am thinking of watching Stranger Things next.
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    @Nickel, I have not seen that. I may have to check it out! Right now, I'm finishing up The Vampire Diaries series on Netflix. This is the first time I've watched it all the way through. I recently rediscovered Medium, which is on Hulu right now. I tend to like crime and mystery shows.
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    @SableC., Mittenator - I LOVE it!! Cats know things. I think Mittens knew where she belonged and made her way there. Carmine got a very good report from the vet! His glucose was 105 - the best it has been since this whole thing started. The vet said he's probably just hot and drinking more and that his kitties were all hot and drinking more, too. He has six cats! We are testing Carmine's kidneys again in November. The vet is concerned about possible early kidney disease. I really hope that's not the case. Carmine is doing very well for being 15. Tylan went for his annual exam, too. There is still inflammation in his mouth and probably always will be - he has stomatitis. But the vet says the inflammation is the least he's ever seen Tylan have, so we may have finally found a good Prednisolone schedule for him. Tylan should be all set for another year now, as long as he doesn't get sick or anything.
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    You are so sweet, @SableC., for thinking about Carmine His last appointment was in May, believe it or not! It's nothing short of a minor miracle that we haven't been to the vet in the past three months with all the boys' special needs. Both boys go back August 5th. Carmine will get another glucose test to make sure he is still in remission. I'm a bit nervous because he's been spending a lot more time around his water fountain lately. It's also been insanely hot here, though, so I'm hoping he's just extra thirsty from the heat and that his diabetes isn't back (increased thirst is one sign of diabetes). Both boys will get checkups and their nails clipped while we're there, too. It's funny, Carmine is as quiet as a mouse on car trips, but Tylan yells at the top of his lungs, the entire way. What's your kitty's name, Sable? I hope you and your kitty are staying cool. I don't know what it's like where you are, but it has just been so hot here the past couple of weeks.
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    Failure. From birth, it's treated as a terrible, taboo thing. Something to be kept at arms length. No one wants to be labeled as one, and nobody wants to associate themselves with one. Everyone's failed once, and everyone's experienced that awful sinking feeling in the pit of their stomach. But... what if we turned that around? Instead of avoiding it like a plague, why don't we treat it as motivation? As fuel for the fire we each hold? Accept that you'll fail once in a while, and try again. Accept that you need to learn in order to grow.