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  1. @TheReader The cake stand and hat box idea is spectacular! Those can be found affordably and easily! Thank you, again.
  2. Both. I would like something to set on the table, but that would allow changing of different sets. The Pottery Barn basket is the closest I've found so far, but would like 2 or 3 holders. At $70+ each to house inexpensive placemats, it just isn't an investment I want to make. I was hoping to find something similar in style, but more affordable. I like the magazine holder idea. I will research it. Thank you for the idea!
  3. Those look neat, but I would like to just purchase a pre-made holder. I already have oodles of placemats.
  4. https://www.potterybarn.com/favorites/?cm_sp=HeaderLinks-_-Favorites-_-MainSite or this https://www.next.us/en/g6151s9/433869 We have several of these https://www.homedepot.com/p/DII-Aqua-Round-Woven-Placemat-Set-of-6-CAMZ30969/303975659 Has no one invented an affordable placemat holder?
  5. Those eyes are scary and seeing those eyes on someone wearing a mask would be even scarier. Edited for a side note: I question the safety of blackening one's eyes. Wouldn't one risk blindness?
  6. I am not a teacher, but due to Covid have participated in and facilitated more zoom meetings this past year than I ever care to again. Unfortunately, this seems to be a sad reality of our current situation. So many people are losing their common civility and professionalism. It. is. ridiculous.
  7. That was the length of her quarantine, so I am guessing it's common. Thank you.
  8. My college attending daughter worked with someone who tested positive for Covid-19. She was not in the employee group who was required to be tested, but alerted her university anyway. They (obviously) advised her to quarantine and be tested, which she did. After her test results came back negative the university required her to continue her quarantine. She didn't mind the quarantine, because she is a commuter and it gave her extra time to work on her classes. Is it a common thing to be required to continue a quarantine after testing negative? I understand that there is an incubation per
  9. This. My favorites are https://www.bodenusa.com/en-us/amelie-jersey-dress-black/sty-j0326-bla https://www.bodenusa.com/en-us/abigail-jersey-dress-navy-painted-posy/sty-j0493-npt?cat=C1_S2_G4 https://www.bodenusa.com/en-us/lily-puff-sleeve-jersey-dress-pink-pebble-chevron/sty-j0691-chk?cat=C1_S2_G4 They are little pricier than the others mentioned, but the quality is spectacular. I love the wearability of them. A YouTuber I follow is https://dailyconnoisseur.blogspot.com She talks about her 10 item wardrobe here. She gives ideas on how to look presenta
  10. Make sure to prepare poke properly. We had poke in our garden and my boys and husband ate it, thinking it was another plant. My boys got very ill and after a call to poison control, E.R. visit and follow up from poison control we learned our lesson.
  11. Nooo!! Does that mean teased bangs and frizzed out poodle perms will be all the rage?
  12. My dad warned me about teens in general, especially teen boys. He said they all become shister lawyers at 13.
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