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  1. Issue resolved. Thanks for the responses!
  2. I replaced my Nook for a Kindle Paperwhite and I am so glad I did!! I also love my Speed Queen and Instant Pot. I make Quiver's Cinnamon Rolls every Christmas. They are the best!
  3. Another vote for ProClick. I bought a bunch of spines on clearance from My Binding years ago and I'm still using them.
  4. Also I think all the disinfectant spray floating around inside buildings are an allergy trigger to some. My eyes immediately start burning and itching when I walk into certain stores and my church.
  5. Have you considered a Paperwhite? I have been wanting to upgrade to the Oasis but I can't really justify the cost. I loooooove mine! I also use a neck light when I have a physical book I am reading at night. Just remember not to turn towards your DH or you may blind him! I have Snap-On one. It is dimmable, but it is really bright. You may find it too bright if your other light is. https://shop.snapon.com/product/Headlamps/Rechargeable-Hands-Free-Neck-Light-(Green)/ECHDC038G
  6. It's funny because in my state my kids are legally private school students. My state doesn't recognize the label of "homeschooling". I live in a low regulation state so the label doesn't require me to do anything, but you're right...it is good to know.
  7. I have heard these as well, but not directly said to me. I have just seen memes like this floating around. I have had one vaginal delivery and one c-section, so I guess I am only a mother to one of my children. But you aren't a real mother if you only one one child. So I guess by this logic I am not actually a mom? I am still trying to figure out why I keep feeding these 2 young people who live in my home if they aren't my children. 😁
  8. I didn't get that part either. I thought it meant the opposite -- if you have never hired a babysitter to go to the doctor, then you aren't a real homeschooler. I have never hired a babysitting ever so I guess I'm not a real homeschooler? Anyway, it doesn't bother me when people refer to themselves as homeschoolers who aren't technically homeschoolers, but in reality if you are home doing school then I guess the label does somewhat fit. I do personally see a distinction but I am not going to fuss about it. I have lots of friends struggling with virtual public school and it seems lik
  9. Most moisturizers have preservatives in them so using your fingers is no big deal. It is only an issue if you are using a homemade moisturizer or one that doesn't have any preservatives. Plus I am assuming your hands were clean.
  10. I am confused about what the lie is. Plan are plans. It doesn't matter what they are. If I have plans to lay around the house all day and read and someone calls and asks if I'm busy, it's not a lie to say "I already have plans". It's absolutely true.
  11. Hopefully the fast food place has a good manager willing to step in. I am not sure who would step in to defend a 14 year old on the ball field.
  12. I agree with everyone else. My oldest started working at 15, and my youngest started volunteering at the same place at 14. (I would have gotten her a work permit at 15, but that was last spring so there was no work available) Both my girls want to work (we didn't even encourage them to get the jobs they have, the manager was given my oldest daughter's name as a good candidate) and they are allowed to spend how they see fit. We pay for everything except those frivolous Ulta purchases LOL. Not only would I never force at 14 year old child to work in an abusive situation, I would step in and
  13. We have wire and I have no issues with it. When I freeze stuff in a plastic bag, I generally lay it on a cookie sheet to freeze.
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