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About Wendi

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  1. Bunny nanny. :-) I took care of the rabbits at a rabbit rescue. Feeding, cleaning cages, grooming, giving medicine, generally spoiling them.
  2. Very strange. I can understand how you feel. Before we had ds, I had two miscarriages. Because of some of the circumstances, my doctor sent me to a perinatologist for a bunch of tests. During this period of testing before I got the go-ahead to get pregnant again, I had a very vivid dream that I was holding a baby and people were saying how cute the baby was, but I kept saying, you don't understand! The baby is dead! Then I looked down and the baby opened his/her eyes and was fine. Then when we got pregnant with ds, we had a number of signs at the beginning that I was going to miscarry agai
  3. Lots of restaurants that have patios allow pets outside, so I'm guessing there is an exemption for outside pets.
  4. I love Fiestaware! I have a rainbow of colors. I'm really happy with them. Wendi
  5. It can still be over 100 degrees here at 8:30pm. I live on the surface of the sun, I mean Arizona. Our nighttime lows are upper 80s, low 90s in the hottest part of the summer. Brr!
  6. There's also a sweet film about a chorus teacher at a boys' school. I think it may have been called "The Chorus". It used to be on Netflix with subtitles.
  7. There's a pretty good movie called "Au Revoir, Les Enfants" (I'm pretty sure). Sad in parts, but touching. Also, "Babette's Feast" is wonderful, and at least partly in French, isn't it?
  8. I forgot to put the raw chicken in the fridge right away when I got home from the store. It was less than 45 min. from when I left the store to when I put it away. Okay, right? It wasn't in the cart for long, either. It was a speedy trip to grab just a few things.
  9. I think it's a bigger problem when you have small shoulders and ribcage, but larger b00ks. That's the problem for me. If it's big enough not to be tight across the chest, the armholes are often cut too big. I only have a couple of sleeveless tops that I can wear without a camisole or tank top underneath. Which is annoying because when it's 118 degrees out, a sleeveless top can be very comfy.
  10. I just saw a bunch of cute (long sleeve) button down shirts at Target, and Old Navy has them, too. I agree that the juniors section is likely to have less o the modest, classic styles. Did you not find anything at Sears or JCPenney? Another idea is to check out websites that carry retro styles, which are often modest. Like www.modcloth.com, www.shopruche.com, and www.downeastbasics.com. HTH.
  11. Ideally, I suppose, the destination should have a mix of sightseeing and relaxing. I know if we go to Europe, it'll be hard to relax, because there will be so many things to see that we likely would never have a chance to see again. So we'd do a lot more sightseeing than just relaxing. I think that'd be okay, because like I said, we go to the beach in southern California every summer, so we do get to lay around on the beach. We also go up to the mountains in the winter, and at various times of the year to hike. So I'm leaning toward someplace once-in-a-lifetime. I'd love to go to Asia or Afric
  12. Most of our vacations are of the relaxing type - beach or mountains. We've never been to Europe. We're both interested in history and would love to go to Europe. I know it wouldn't be the same as lounging on a beautiful beach for a week, though! (But we usually go to southern California to the beach every summer, so it's not like we'd never get to do that.
  13. Our 25th anniversary will be in three years. I was just thinking that, if we're going to do something really special, we need to start saving NOW. Where would you go for a once-in-a-lifetime romantic trip? Would you pick a famous spot, or a place that's more special to you and your husband? My thoughts so far: UK (would love to see England, and I'm part Scottish and long to visit there as well) Prince Edward Island (beautiful, and again my heritage) Italy/Sicily (beautiful, historic, and dh is half Sicilian) Hawaii (many people have raved about it!) Costa Rica (beautiful, dh loves
  14. We have our own pool (and spa). I like being able to relax without dealing with strangers, noisy kids, etc. Of course, my dh takes care of the pool, so I'm spoiled. I get to enjoy it while doing almost no maintenance! We like grilling and eating outside by the pool in summer, and having friends over for pool party/cookouts.
  15. The San Diego area has perfect weather. We go every summer to one of the little beach towns north of SD.
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