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The lowest grade I ever got in any class was high school chemistry. I got a C. (Darned significant digits, always throwing me off. Course....the fact that the teacher only showed up for a quarter of the classes might have had something to do with it.) STILL graduated valedictorian.
I survived, obviously. And I didn...more
SandR, again, sorry to hear. Make a Wish isn't the only foundation, though. Check out local places. Where I live there's a ranch upstate that lets disabled kids there to spend time with the horses while the parents get to rest a bit. They are funded from donations from other people so the families don't have to spend m...more
Thanks for the intellectual conversation, Joking. It's been a while since I've had such a wonderful experience in MSN comments. I usually find people trying to say something stupid, pointless, or rude. You sound like a very interesting person and I have thoroughly enjoyed talking to you. It has been a breath of fresh a...more
@Joking, quite true. There are indeed arguments to be made from both sides. And Victoria was key in pushing the concept of white wedding dresses into the public spotlight. My only point was that it may or may not have already been "tradition" by then, since a woman's wedding dress often WAS her party dress. It's certai...more
Quite correct. I wrote a college paper on wedding traditions, including the color of the dress (among a long list of other traditions. It was for a composition class, and I could pick any topic. I had always been fascinated about how certain traditions came to be, and wedding traditions seemed to be the most numerous I...more
Sorry to hear, hon. I hope your child's difficulties ease with whatever treatments they have.
Have you considered getting involved with a charity or organization that could help you guys go on vacation? There are lots of groups for people with chronically ill children that try to make the parent's lives a little eas...more
My hubby actually NEEDS the wheelchair when we go to Disney. While he can walk, he can't go for long distances. He has a pronounced limp because of a misshapen foot and his foot swells after a good half hour or so of walking.
Why anyone would pay that ridiculous amount of money is beyond me. And the lines aren't TH...more