United States • Age 40
Joined myLot 11 years ago
TACT is for people who lack the WIT for SARCASM!
p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 20 Mar 12
I have been taken to task because I did not let my myLot friends know that I was in hospital having cancer surgery. I am now home again and on the mend. I shall be confined to bed for about a week and then can start to move about...
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Leca @lecanis (16664) • Murfreesboro, Tennessee 29 Feb 12
Does anyone else around here have a nonverbal child? My autistic son is almost six, and he stopped speaking several years ago after a seizure. It makes a lot of everyday things difficult; it's hard to know what he wants and he...
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cynicalandoutspoken I work with autistic children and two of them are nonverbal. One is 14 and 1 is 5. I can tell you that it does get easier as he gets older but Im sure that is a small ray of hope right now. I've learned to watch their facial expressions. The way you and I...
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Sparks @sparkofinsanity (20486) • Regina, Saskatchewan 8 Apr 10
They say that into every life, some rain must fall. But hells bells, into some people's lives it never seems to do anything but pour! All of us suffer losses of one kind or another at various times in our lives. And because...
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cynicalandoutspoken My great grandmother raised me. I lived with her and my grandmother growing up for the most part but my grandmother worked 40+ hours a week in a sewing factory and my great grandmother looked after me and did chores from sun up to sun down. But thinking about...
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p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 23 Mar 10
Last year the British Meteorological Office (Met O) forecast a "Barbecue Summer" of endless long days of warm sun and high (for us) temperatures. Unfortunately we had rain and not a lot of sun. The Met O took a lot of criticism...
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cynicalandoutspoken I want to be a meteorologist. They are the only people who can be WRONG all the time and never lose their job. Yeah, I'm ready for summer but like you said, if it is anything like last summer it is going to rain 3-5 days a week. But I don't have to shovel...
23 Mar 10•
p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 11 Mar 10
Many here will know that I am vehemently opposed to the concept of the private right to bear arms - which I am disappointed to learn in the US does not include F-16 fighters, bazookas or missiles but is limited to relatively puny...
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Sparks @sparkofinsanity (20486) • Regina, Saskatchewan 11 Mar 10
........that can make or break a day's enjoyment. Today, I'm in seventh heaven. It's the hubs birthday soon and he and I are into all things retro, I had ordered, quite some time ago, a retro style table for our kitchen. IT'S...
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cynicalandoutspoken If you get any good ideas let me know! My husbands birthday is in 13 days and I have NO IDEA what to get him. I never do. He doesn't like to celebrate his birthdays and doesn't want a big deal made out of it. I usually just cook him one of his favorite dinners...
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p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 10 Mar 10
The UK medical authorities have refused to allow all children to be immunised against chicken pox on the grounds of cost and the fear that it might induce shingles when the child is older. The real concern apparently is that they...
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cynicalandoutspoken The shot is given to children here and has been for decades yet I still got the chicken pox when I was in 5th grade. My avatar has had the shot and a classmate got the pox last November and infected 3 other children in the class. But my baby wasn't one of...
10 Mar 10•
AnnieOakley1 @AnnieOakley1 (5597) • Canada 3 Mar 10
My husband has been off work since early November '09 because of a work related injury. His Dr. told him to file for Workers Comp. 3 mos later, he finally got approved and began receiving benefits, 85% of his net pay. Almost...
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cynicalandoutspoken I was on comp from March of 2006 until the comp company finally settled with me in August of 2009. That was the longest 3 years of my life! But I can tell you that during that time I was ordered to go back to work by the comp companys doctors 4 different times...
4 Mar 10•
Sparks @sparkofinsanity (20486) • Regina, Saskatchewan 3 Mar 10
....and my claws are coming out, sharp and deadly. I have just returned from a meeting with a Family Court Lawyer to answer the law suit my ex-husband has brought against me, to get our Child Support Order overturned and let...
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cynicalandoutspoken Not only are we living parallel lives so are our worthless, good for nothing, pieces of $h!t exs. My ex has never paid a dime of child support, going as far as telling the courts he wasn't their father and not showing up for a custody hearing and only...
3 Mar 10•
p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 2 Mar 10
I'm on Skype to a friend who is unwell. I now know that I must be dull and boring as she's fallen asleep! I've tried to wake her but she's gone into a deep sleep. I have thought of singing her a lullaby and then hanging up quietly...
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AnnieOakley1 @AnnieOakley1 (5597) • Canada 28 Feb 10
They are finally ready to go. I am very excited about eating them and having bacon, ham, sausage, smoked pork hocks and chops. The 4 pigs are finally big enough to send to the slaughter house and have the butcher prepare them to...
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MsTickle @MsTickle (24983) • Australia 28 Feb 10
My knees are worn out with osteo-arthritis. This condition has become quite severe over the last 15 years and caused me to gain quite a lot of weight. I'm also having pain in my groin, hamstring, buttocks area and most recently a...
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cynicalandoutspoken I couldn't tell you the difference in one bike from another even with road bikes. Because all I know is that after 12 miles on the stationary or 15 minutes on the road your butt will hurt so badly that you would rather walk barefoot over hot coals then pedal...
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p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 27 Feb 10
Are you ever troubled by the wind? Does it sneak out at the most inappropriate moments? Do you rumble and squeak like an old boiler only for nothing to happen and then be quiet and placid as a lake in summer when a sudden squall...
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cynicalandoutspoken Sorry. You are all alone in this one my friend.
27 Feb 10•
p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 25 Feb 10
You are walking along the pavement (sidewalk), not really concentrating on looking ahead and fail to see that the edge of one of the flagstones is raised. Of course you trip over it tearing your clothes, spraining your wrist and...
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cynicalandoutspoken Hire the attorney of course. Wait, I would just have to come home crying to my husband and he could argue that the city is responsible for maintaining their walkways to keep pedestrians safe. My mothers old boyfriend slipped on the ice in front of the bus...
25 Feb 10•
Angelwhispers @Angelwhispers (8979) • United States 10 Feb 10
Over the past week, I have been seeing posts from a very dear friend from Mylot that has been on hiatus as I have been. Seeing her brave sometimes controversial discussions brought me out of my own hibernation. Then last night I...
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cynicalandoutspoken I only come back to post when people like you write discussions for me to respond to. But the politics was always easy for me to avoid. Once I hit the little X in the upper right hand corner of the screen I was no longer bothered by anything that went on...
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p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 29 Jan 10
When I am having "E" discussions on Skype for example, people, including me, often say "Just a Minute" or "BRB (Be Right Back))" because they need to do something. But have you ever noticed just how long a "minute" can be? How...
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cynicalandoutspoken I usually say BRB and tell them what I am going to do because I know from experience a minute is never enough time to do anything. I have to pause talking on the computer to let the dog in and out, help my avatar to the potty, grab something to eat, etc... and...
29 Jan 10•
p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 14 Jan 10
Today is the Boss's birthday - it's a significant one and I am on a time out whilst things cook etc. Her friend thinks that we are weird not going out to celebrate. I'd rather stay home and cook a better meal than we'd probably...
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cynicalandoutspoken I don't see a reason to celebrate being one year closer to dying. lol I typically stay in on my birthday or my sweetie takes me out to see a movie or something but it's never a celebration. I think it is very sweet of you to cook her dinner. Finish the night...
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p1kef1sh @p1kef1sh (45640) 13 Jan 10
I saw an advert for a computer company that says how it's systems "woke up" a "sleepy town". Instant communication is fantastic and we all benefit from its existence. Hence this site and our participation in it. But deep in the...
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cynicalandoutspoken I grew up in a place like this. Everyone knew everyone else and half the families were actually related. Then after I had my baby, I moved to a place where I lived for 6 years and never even knew the first name of the person who lived right next door to...
13 Jan 10•