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  1. I’ve heard anecdotally that if you've already had covid, the effects of the vaccine are more intense. Does anyone have more info on this? Both my parents are in their 80’s and had covid mid November. My dad was in the hospital for 8 days. He’s just now getting back to feeling good. My mom really didn’t have any symptoms past fatigue. We thought they would have immunity for awhile and we could hold off on vaccines. But one of their drs is recommending they get it sooner rather than later due to the new strains coming around. I just don’t want my dad to go back to feeling bad or have a
  2. Yay! I hope you love it. When I started rowing I quickly figured out it wasn’t completely intuitive. I found a great resource- Darkhorse rowing that have great tutorials and workouts to follow on YouTube. You can also join something, but I just used all the free stuff. I learned a lot about my machine and good rowing form, different types of workouts, etc. I highly recommend checking them out.
  3. How about Greenville SC? Maybe not warm enough? But lots of outdoor activities, good restaurants for takeout or outdoor dining. https://www.visitgreenvillesc.com/things-to-do/your-outdoor-guide-to-greenville/?adara_campaignid=11004004315&adara_pixelid=75510&gclid=Cj0KCQiA0fr_BRDaARIsAABw4Et2LYeBNGKHODoDU1ly6jw0_jbhst2REv8dphwITlreT1nYKiRBjyAaAp9nEALw_wcB or Charleston SC area? There are beaches you can get to and a downtown area you might feel safe enough exploring? We stayed in Mt pleasant area once on the marsh and it was so pretty. Some decent bird watching. Rented
  4. I would have called as well. I wouldn't want the food that had been delivered wrong. But I feel your guilt. While Instacart has done well this year, I'm not sure what their policy is for a shopper's mistake. But with food, I think you did what you needed to do.
  5. Hugs to you! I have a high school senior boy who is also DONE with school! It’s so hard watching them be so close and yet so far. Hopefully when he sees the options, you’ll be able to break it down into something he sees as do-able. I never imagined how my son would be doing in school right now. I have a friend whose son dropped out right before high school graduation who is kicking himself now due to lack of job opportunities. It’s so much harder to go back and finish. It’s really hard to get a teenage boy to see that big picture though, when they are just done.
  6. Wow! That’s a lot of meters. Great job! I would love to row more, but I do find it kind of boring and have a hard time rowing for any real length of time. Do you row every day? Or longer rows a couple times a week? That could be a good goal for me in 2021. I almost made it to 100,000 for Rowvember, but that’s the only month I did any real meters. I have the concept 2 as well. We’ve had ours 10 years or so, no issues, no repairs. Great machine.
  7. I got a bread machine for Christmas, a different brand though. But the tip I read was to weigh the flour instead of just measuring a cup. Different flours weigh differently per cup. Maybe that’s a complete beginner tip though! I don’t bake often😀
  8. I love mine, but I read tons of romances and I can find a lot of good ones on there. I easily read way more than the 2-3 books it would cost me to buy otherwise. I’ve also found cookbooks, magazines, and some nonfiction. If there’s a new book coming out not offered on KU, I usually get on the library hold list, and read included KU books while I’m waiting😀 So, definitely try out the free offer and look around in the discovery section and see how it goes for you.
  9. Wins- Rubik’s cube connect. These are cool! And lego technic set. 18 year old boys still really want toys it seems. fails- my attempt at bread machine dinner rolls. Not sure what happened there, but they were a disaster.
  10. I second this! Very yummy! Clean, not sweet or overly flavored. Our sams club sells it.
  11. I think this is so important. I wasn’t great at it before the pandemic, but I’ve been trying harder lately. We don’t have great shopping and online ordering is so easy. I’m impressed with how several of our local businesses have really gotten creative with their online presence. Lots of live Facebook store tours and online sales with curbside pickups, outdoor flower arranging classes in picnic shelters, a Santa shed for outdoor pickups at our local chocolate shop. Lots of local restaurants have gone to family style dinners. They are definitely trying hard!
  12. I love my rebounder! It’s so fun to listen to good music and jump around. And it’s great exercise!
  13. My parents (87 and 84) are pretty much back to the health they had before they were sick. My dad was in the hospital for a week with pneumonia, my mom didn't really have any symptom other than fatigue. I started caring for them several weeks into their illness, and although they both were still testing positive, the drs really did think they were not contagious. I just got tested today after being with them for 10 days and I was negative. Just for more info - my dad is now about 5 weeks from first symptoms. I started staying with them when he was Day 23 from positive test. My mom
  14. These are delicious! I post every year because I make them every year. I don’t find them too spicy, but people who don’t like spice probably will. https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.food.com/amp/recipe/honey-chipotle-pecans-128373
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