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Mine usually deals with a time crunch for multiple projects. Which I always try to make sure aren't scheduled at the same time. But, sometimes the universe conspires to shorten the original timelines (like right now). That's when I am more like @voyager and my brain won't turn off...

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38 minutes ago, Wilfrid said:

Seriously, 15 years? I am having trouble with time. I think I went there at least twice.

Reminds me of an irate customer who chided husband about his Saturday closure.    "This is a major inconvenience.   How long has this been in effect?"     "About a year."

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3 hours ago, bloviatrix said:

Today is the last day of camp. How the hell am I supposed to keep the kid entertained for the next 26 days?

Good luck to you. Noodle's mom sent her to me when camp ended. 

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On the plus side, camp started 3 days after school ended. The minus is they finished so early. Next week is booked with various appointments. Then we go away for a week. And then we have another 10 days.

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I don't spend much time in libraries, except when I'm upstate and have no wifi or cell service, i.e., now. Has it become customary for librarians to have loud, lengthy conversations with whoever walks through the front door? Didn't libraries used to be quiet? I can't hear myself think.

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6 hours ago, small h said:

I don't spend much time in libraries, except when I'm upstate and have no wifi or cell service, i.e., now. Has it become customary for librarians to have loud, lengthy conversations with whoever walks through the front door? Didn't libraries used to be quiet? I can't hear myself think.

they've been lonely

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Why am I having more frequent attacks of osteoarthritis in my feet and ankles over the last three months? I was plagued by it in my 30s and 40s, then everything seemed to go to my hip (replaced). Now it’s back. My diet is tediously unvarying as is the amount of exercise I take. Just the universe giving me a hard time?

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11 hours ago, Wilfrid said:

Why am I having more frequent attacks of osteoarthritis in my feet and ankles over the last three months? I was plagued by it in my 30s and 40s, then everything seemed to go to my hip (replaced). Now it’s back. My diet is tediously unvarying as is the amount of exercise I take. Just the universe giving me a hard time?

This has been a particularly bad summer for me as well (knee osteoarthritis).  Although diet and exercise are variables to consider (& you have), so are humidity & air conditioning.  This is especially true if you have been going in and out of a/c during humid days &/or if a/c (or a cool fan) has been blowing directly on the areas overnight.

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