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ikslo last won the day on October 31 2020

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  1. Oops, I hit the rating on this thread by mistake. Anyway, my take on it is she never had to do anything, then the others were hired and her bad behavior meant they went away and she could go back to doing nothing. She’s trying to get you to quit. She’s a brat. They need to take away riding lessons and strip her room bare. Or something. You leaving isn’t going to teach her to act better - but that’s not your problem. ETA: An elimination diet may help. It’s worth a try if the family is willing. My son never reacted to red dye, but he had other triggers like tomatoes and chocolate.
  2. I did some gardening. I now need to wash the goat. But feeling like maybe I’d rather just sit on the lanai. The goat can wait.
  3. I didn't lose my job (nor did my husband). I actually got a pay raise. My boss has received multiple positive comments about me from coworkers and a VP and actually passed them along to me; I feel respected and satisfied in my job. No one in my immediate or extended family has gotten sick or died, and for that I am grateful. I was lucky enough to have moved into a house in FL with a pool prior to the pandemic. We have been able to enjoy our time at home.
  4. I’m 100% sure there are more Pennsylvanian speech quirks that bother me than British ones. And yet I married a man from PA. 🤣 I didn’t think I said y’all, but I was called out for saying it by a coworker the other day on a Teams call. Oops. I blamed y’all.
  5. Guess I never noticed it in the British Lit I’ve read. Now I’m not sure I want to read more! 🤣
  6. It’s as annoying to me as glitter I’ve decided.
  7. Cuppa tea - makes sense, and I never had an issue understanding it was a verbal slang for “cup of”. But people writing it as cuppa, and then it being “cuppa” as a thing in and of itself - that’s what has me. It’s a colloquialism that I just dislike, is all. It’s wicked annoying. 🤣
  8. I don’t want to visit it, either. I get cold and grumpy just looking at pictures of snow!
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