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  1. I’m praying that the test results will be much better than you expect and that you will be cured of this awful disease very soon. I’m crying right along with you. I am so sorry this is happening to you again. It’s so unfair.
  2. I want all of the cookies. I will happily volunteer to do a thorough taste test for you, in the interest of science and bake sale technology.
  3. If you want to use your regular pan, how about buying an inexpensive hotplate that you can put on the counter — it could prove useful year-round whenever you want to use any cookware that won’t work with induction.
  4. I am very relieved to hear that your family is safe and that you are all together. Waiting and wondering what is happening to your home must be so frightening and heartbreaking. I am praying for you guys.
  5. Oh no! Praying now!!! Please update us when you can and let us know you're safe. This is so scary. I can't even imagine how you and your family must be feeling right now. I'm so sorry. 😞
  6. I know people keep talking about not subjecting your MIL to a lot of medical procedures and if that's what she wants, I agree with that, but this is about her comfort. If she is having trouble breathing, that is an awful feeling and it must be terribly frightening for her, even if she isn't complaining to you about it. If nothing else, maybe some oxygen would make her more comfortable. I'm sure a good doctor (not urgent care) would be able to help figure out what's going on, and then the family can make decisions based on that information.
  7. I agree. Also, I would take her to a cardiologist, not an urgent care. That would help avoid things like flu germs.
  8. Seriously? That’s harsh! How was the kid disrespectful? He assumed his mom would text him (as is probably usual for them) to let him know she had arrived, so he wasn’t sitting by the window watching for her. Additionally, he probably assumed she would have knocked on the door if she’d forgotten her phone, as he wouldn’t have expected that she wouldn’t have been fully dressed. I don’t think anyone was at fault here. We have all forgotten our phones at some point, and I also don’t blame Dawn for not getting dressed when she was probably only driving a few miles and she figured there would be no reason to get out of the car. (And I say this fully knowing I’m like you about it — I always worry that the one time I don’t get fully dressed before I go out, something terrible will happen and half the world will see me in my jammies!)
  9. She is so cute, Scarlett— it’s no wonder you couldn’t resist getting her!
  10. Generally speaking, Reese’s wins... but not in banana muffins. So I’m changing my vote to chocolate. 🙂
  11. I would sit next to the friend and use the empty seat on the other side for my coat and handbag. 🙂
  12. I would assume that the guy’s purpose for writing the book was to make money and to try to be famous for his amazing insight... or maybe he doesn’t believe a word of it, either, and he is just playing to current sensibilities in the hope that it will be successful for him. 😉 And yes, I know I sound very cynical, but personally, based on what I’ve read about the book in this thread, the guy’s whole premise sounds like kind of a crock to me. Then again, I’m probably not his target audience.
  13. Oh Taryl, I am so, so very sorry. I wish I had words of comfort for you, but I know nothing will help right now. I'm praying for you, Grant, and your whole family.
  14. Yes, because assuming this is someone you care about, you don’t want to be rude or make him feel uncomfortable, so you end up not saying anything.
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