Anne Marie Guyer
Toccoa, Georgia • Age 53
Joined myLot 3 years ago
I am a Homemaker with two adult sons. I like to read and I like to write online.
Anne Marie Guyer's Responses
Deborah K. Mitchell @Corbin5 (92269) • United States 19 Mar
In the early 1900s, if you had to travel far from home and you needed to use a typewriter, you could haul your 35-pound typewriter with you. If bringing your 35-pound typewriter with you on your trip was not feasible, then you...
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Snowdrop66 @sprite1950 (3888) • Corsham, England 20 Mar
I was replying to a comment this morning to a friend who says he feels he may be burning out on MyLot, in other words he feels differently about the site and no longer visits as often as he did. I guess there's going to be a time...
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Anne Marie Guyer I hope to be here for a good while.
Alfredo Rossi @amadeo (55783) • United States 15h
A long morning.Had a blood transfusion. Awhile back I done a post on self driving cars. Thinking that is a great idea.For the seniors as they get older. Well my thinking is done.Now I am not sure. Have you heard the latest news?...
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rebelann1949 @rebelann (36418) • El Paso, Texas 14h
I've been reminded of a group I've always liked, thanks @LeaPea2417 Have you heard this song before?...
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Anne Marie Guyer Your welcome
marguicha @marguicha (85977) • Chile 22h
Good morning, dear friends. As I opened mylot this morning, I discovered that I was over $8.50. Considering that there are 11 more days to go, I know that I will reach this month´s goal and maybe I will also earn a little more to...
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Jennifer @LovingMyBabies (66701) • Jacksonville, Florida 22h
Good morning everyone! I hope you're having a wonderful morning so far. =) Things are good here! We are alive, God is so good, it's a new day with a new beginning and yesterday has been forgotten. I choose to live in the...
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Kitty anderson @Iamkitty (259) • Kozhikode, India 18h
While the time of studying in college they took us a tour to kodaikanal. Kodaikanal is called as queen of hills. I enjoyed a lot there .But the main thing is we can't get good foods there in our budget. Anyhow we managed to some...
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Kandase @Kandae11 (32007) 19 Mar
I have been wondering about four mylot members whom I haven't seen for some time. If any member has heard from them will you kindly let us know if they are okay. The members are: Koalemos @Asylum, Catherine @bluesa, Ruby Hawk...
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Anne Marie Guyer I am not sure.
Tony Wainaina @tony1r (166) • Nairobi, Kenya 21h
When the weather permits on those sunny days, a good way to stay healthy for both the body and mind is to have a brisk walk or if one is able a jog outdoors. Which do you prefer and how long is your routine if any?
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Vicki, #1 Creek Girl @1creekgirl (9769) • United States 19 Mar
Our grown granddaughter and her fiance came for the weekend and it was a wonderful two days. On Saturday, my husband and her fiance, David went shopping at a huge gun shop near here and the GD and I spent a few hours cleaning out...
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Anne Marie Guyer Glad you had the good family visit, I do hope you feel better soon.
TR Bergstrom @TRBRocks420 (68514) • Banks, Oregon 19 Mar
Coming in at # 2 on my favorite movies from 1997 series is Titanic, starring Leonardo DiCaprio and, Kate Winslet, it's about two people from different walks of life, that fall in love on the Titanic, which is of course the huge...
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Anne Marie Guyer I like that movie, but it always makes me cry at the end.
George Bernard Vieto @Deepizzaguy (9771) • Lake Charles, Louisiana 18 Mar
If there is one risk of being a pizza company that sponsors a major sports event like the 2018 March Madness basketball tournament. Since in the history of the NCAA Men;s Basketball Tournament, there has never been a 16th seed to...
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MARILYN @Marilynda1225 (27513) • United States 19 Mar
Happy Monday everyone! Today is the last day of winter. Well, at least according to the calendar. Tomorrow starts Spring and we'll be getting snow and rain mix. Looks like an ugly day for the first day of Spring but the following...
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Alfredo Rossi @amadeo (55783) • United States 14 Mar
Good night and getting caught up on my reading. James Patterson Cross comes home. . The photo is from one of our tree and love the snow hanging on there. Any one here remember Shirley Ellis "Nitty Gritty"check out the video...
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Alfredo Rossi @amadeo (55783) • United States 18 Mar
what ever happen to the tradition of passing out cigars A child enter the world.New dad runs around the waiting room yelling It is a boy or girl.Cigars to every one. Also I remember when I returns to work.I had a box of cigars...
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Alfredo Rossi @amadeo (55783) • United States 19 Mar
Not a day goes by when the songs from Chorus Line messing with my head. This song tops it What I did for Love. Listen to the lyric .It send chill through m. I know many here are not familiar with this broadway show. I do not...
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Anne Marie Guyer I am not sure of the song.
Deborah K. Mitchell @Corbin5 (92269) • United States 4 Mar
My sister gave me a 125-year-old photo today. There is a cute baby in that photo. Well, well, well. That baby in the photo is my grandfather who was born in 1893. My great-grandmother, or great-grandfather perhaps, wrote...
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Anne Marie Guyer That is so sweet that you have that photo of your grand father
Barbara Radisavlejvic @bagarad (9607) • Paso Robles, California 8 Mar
Yesterday my projects were tripping over each other. I started the book project in the morning. As you know, I'm trying to get rid of the books I no longer need or want. The problem is that I have two houses and a shed full of...
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Noel Angeles @Kakashi20 (643) • Philippines 7 Mar
I like reading Books specially outdoors in a cafe or in parks. The last book I read and finished was 'When Time Began' it's an old book that tells about the history of time. It was a good read. What was the last book ?
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Deborah-Diane @DeborahDiane (18389) • Laguna Woods, California 19 Mar
I read today on the FiveThirtyEight Newsletter that one in five women in Japanese prisons are senior citizens. They are intentionally committing minor crimes so they will go to jail and find "community and stability." In doing...
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Anne Marie Guyer It is sickening. Too many prisons are nicer than they should be, that would encourage people to do that.