Final(ish) word in from the company. Due to the derecho, “we” had 34,800 homeowner’s and 7,000 auto claims from the derecho alone. This is also, I believe, the third widespread Iowa catastrophe (claims determined) this year, according to the company magazine (I’m not going back though the article, but I think that was… Read more
There will be at least one, of that I’m fairly certaing. But even if it were ready, say next spring, until it’s rolled out enough that at least all high risk groups have gotten a vaccine will take months. Vaccinating a suitable portion of the world’s population will take a minimum of 1.5 years, provided there is no… Read more
For some reason it’s only now getting to me that the earliest possible date for life getting back to the old mostly normal is end 2021. I don’t have any real hardships - except for currently not being able to visit my family, and likely not over Christmas either - and yet.... I feel a bit down. A factor is most likely… Read more
Ummm, in the Vista Cruiser?
It’s tricky, who do you trust in a He Said/She(and She and She and She and She) Said?
Jeez I’m sorry. It’s so hard to find a place in your head for an unresolved relationship without this kind of weirdness. Clearly things are not ok for her or him if she’s posting emotional rants this many years later. It sounds like even though this (rightfully) stings you’ve got a good perspective on it. I’m also… Read more
This Hufflepuff agrees with you. Someone’s got to get the Gryffindor centering in the fandom to look a bit more realistic.
No one ever tells you how incredibly anxious and emotional of a process it is, and the anxiety morphs and keeps going for a while after you buy too. The best analogy I could come up with was that it’s sort of the difference between babysitting your whole life and being great with kids to having your first newborn… Read more
Those are beautiful! I’ve been working on cross stitch projects as Christmas gifts and I hope the backs of mine look as absolutely stunning as the back of yours. I’ve turned into my Nanna, who taught me how to stitch and whenever I completed something, she’d look at the back to see how Id done before looking at the… Read more