Wednesday, March 11, 2020

NOT MUCH TO SEE HERE

If you're ever in a restaurant and see me coming to your table with a pen and pad - run, because I'm probably going to screw up your order.(lol)Believe me when I say that you don't want me to be your waitress.


Years and years ago when I was very young, I worked for a madcap 3 weeks in a buffet style restaurant, and despite considering myself to be fairly intelligent, I could never remember where to take the food, or something would end up missing from somebody's plate.(lol)  I'm not kidding guys, it was like something from the Twilight Zone and the company was thrilled when I decided to move on.  What about you?  Did you have a job where you weren't at your best?

Were you afraid to take a shower or nervous around birds after watching movies like Psycho or The Birds and enjoyed psychological thrillers like North By Northwest or Vertigo?  I know I was.These intense movies and more were created by Master of Suspense Alfred Hitchcock and March 12 is dedicated to this unique director/producer.  By the way, Cary Grant and Jimmy Stewart each starred in 4 of his movies over the years.

Can you imagine someone stealing over 23,000 books worth 5 million dollars from 45 states and Canada from various colleges and libraries? The reclusive and anti-social thief  Stephen Blumberg was eventually arrested on March 20, 1990 and sentenced to 5 years in prison for his dastardly deeds.  Ironically on March 20, we now celebrate Bibliomania Day where book fans talk about some of their favorite reads.  


Another real life book thief who actually inspired Blumberg was James Richard Shinn, born James Richard Coffman.  He made a  living selling stolen rare stamps and jewelry before moving on to prized original books that he stole from various libraries. Then he resold these treasures for hundreds of thousands of dollars.  He was sentenced to  2 consecutive 10 year sentences in 1982 but was paroled in 1995 where he lived a quiet life before passing on in 2005.

If you've been walking in forests to get in those steps,  dormant ticks are waking up in March and ready to latch on.  According to the CDC, place your clothes in a hot dryer first for 6 minutes which kills the ticks, then go ahead and throw them in the washing machine.  

Most of us spit out the seeds while eating watermelon, but apparently we've been missing out on the best stuff.  Those seeds have lots of protein, magnesium (good for blood pressure) and plenty of fiber.More  more people are using these instead of pumpkin seeds or peanuts as a snack.  Sprinkle shelled and roasted  seeds over yogurt or in salads to get great health benefits.  Feel free to try some Watermelon Seed Butter Spread too!


I just grabbed this from Walgreen's


Do you remember PEZ Dispensers or do you have any around your home? Some of the older versions can be found from sellers at Etsy or Ebay, and if you have any from pre-1989, they could be worth money.
But Gary Doss, located in California is considered to have the largest collection in the world.  In fact, he and his wife have an actual museum filled with PEZ that's scheduled to reopen later this year.

Jim Blaine in Michigan is another Pez collector who has about 17,000 of these dispensers in a room in his home.  Do you have any in your home?

I started a new business, and here's a couple of pics of the merch.





Also, here's a couple of my planners that I work on to maintain my sanity at home.(lol)
Getting ready for April. Thanks to Adria for this fun Planner!


This is my Budget Planner which keeps me on track, and fits perfectly in my purse. There's a special section to track Expenses & Income which I need and love so much.  Thanks to Elizabeth for this awesome gift!


March Spread

Kindness and Hugging are Universal

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  1. What ever l've done in my life...I've been good
    at..never failed at anything..l'm a sayings person,
    many, many years ago, l used to watch the WWF Wrestling..
    WWE as it is now..With my daughter who was a young teenager
    then..One wrestler..Brett 'the hitman' Hart, was a favorite..
    He had a saying.."I'm the best there is..the best there was..
    the best there ever will be"..I picked it up..used it ever
    since..
    So..No! I've been very successful in my working life, and
    in my life in general..! :o).
    AND..If a waitress came up to me, like one at the top
    there..l'd give her a toilet roll..and tell her to get
    lost! :).

    Further to the question on seeds..if you spread say
    Pumpkin seeds on a tray, wash them first of course..
    And then place in a hot oven, for say half hour, or
    until brown..they then are nice a crunchy to eat, and
    will be better for you than eating them raw..!

    Washing machines..Horrid things..worst invention ever..
    O.K. for sheets, quilt covers etc l suppose..Not for
    cloths, they destroy cloths, the fabric, the colour,
    the strength of the material..
    I~I~I~I~I Hand wash..always..! I have a 60's wardrobe...
    The cloths are from the 60's not the actual wardrobe...
    Everything in there, and ALL my other cloths in general,
    have been hand washed, and look as though they were bought,
    yesterday..! Immaculate..! But then..I'm a Virgo..! :0).

    Library books..? No thankyou..l would'nt go near one..would'nt
    touch one even..you don't know where it's been, what it's been
    through..But! Then..I don't read books anyway..Patience..or lack
    of it..Page after page full of words, strapped together, one after
    the other..NO! I can find better things to do with life..like
    drink tea and eat chocolate..HeHe! :o).
    Great post RO..need a lie down now, after a lemon tea of course...!
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    1. I have a friend who is a serious wrestling fan, so I'm aware of Bret Hart, and the entire family, including Natalya who also wrestles. She uses that phrase too, and it's a great way to show confidence. I know you're not a fan of libraries or books(lol) Wow! Very col that you hand wash everything! Hope your day is amazing! Hugs, RO

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  2. I wouldn't go out with those birds either, nor in the ocean with jaws! I'm just glad there are still libraries around these days!!!

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    1. So true, it seems like libraries were either closing down or reducing hours, but it seems like they're making a comeback. So we don't need anyone stealing out books, please.(lol) After watching that movie, I'm serious, I felt like I was looking up all the time waiting to be attacked.(lol) Hugs, RO

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  3. I had a Pez dispenser when I was a kid in the 1960s but I can't even remember what character it was now. Hitchcock's movie "The Birds" scared the bejesus out of me around the same time.

    Good luck with your new business! Wishing you much success.

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    1. Dang it! too bad you don't still have that one Debra, or you'd be swimming in some extra cash right about now.(lol) Ditto, on The Birds! I was always looking up in the sky whenever I went outside as a kid.(lol) Thanks for the kind words. Hugs, RO

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  4. I remember PEZ, alright! Think it still exists. Well, at least somewhere, lol :)

    Yeah, know the feeling of getting the scares in real life from some crazy scary horror movies, for example... My all time favorite, "Jeepers Creepers". So good.

    Love the last GIF, btw! Those 2 are adorable.

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    1. it definitely still exists for sure. I see them around in unexpected places all the time, but it'll take some time before they're worth anything. Uh..NO to "Jeepers Creepers", please.(lol) I just wish we could be like that in life. The world would be so much better and happier. Hope your day is a good one! Hugs, RO p.s. - do I call you "Hot Guys" or HG for short?(lol)

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    2. That's okay, you don't have to watch Jeepers Creepers. Or anything else scary, doesn't really do much for us anyway. I agree with you, the world would be a better place if there was more love and, if people would hug more, be more kind to each other. Here's to hoping, and making changes!

      P.S. Feel free to call me whatever you like, "Hot guy" or "Stud" or anything else it works for you, RO. See ya! ^.^

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    3. LOL! HG it is, and thanks for the fun Friday! RO

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  5. Hope your new business goes gang-busters.
    I am a wimp. I don't do scary movies.
    I had a job (very briefly) serving drinks and canapes at diplomatic functions. And covered too many guests with the fall out from trays I couldn't handle...

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    1. Thanks for the good wishes EC. I'm feeling really passionate about this, despite those who have been telling me I'm too old to try something new. Now that I'm older, I'm right there with you, and don't do any type of scary movies these days. LOL! Kindred spirits in the waitressing world, huh?(lol) Hugs, RO

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  6. Congrats on the new business - very exciting!! I love your planner pages. :)
    I watched a ton of Hitchcock films in college for a class and I really love some of them. I think I'd be more freaked out by them if I'd seen them as a kid! LOL

    -Lauren
    www.shootingstarsmag.net

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    1. Thanks so very much for the kind words and good wishes Lauren! You know I adore my Planner pages so much, and have even more that I haven't posted(lol) I can never have too many planners or washi tape(lol) I agree - some of those classics were something else, but it sounds pretty cool that you actually watched them for a college class. Sounds like a really interesting class for sure. Hope your day is amazing! Hugs, RO

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  7. Dormant ticks can tell I'm coming and are awake and ready to attack when I walk by.

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    1. OMG - you are so funny!!!!(lol) Sending you lots of hugs and smiles. RO

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  8. Good luck with your new business, looks good!

    I had Pez dispensers as a kid, I wish I'd kept them now. I think they were Disney characters. All I cared about were the sweets in them. :D

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    1. Hope you are doing well Joey, and thanks so much for the kind words. I think lots of people wish they had some of their toys from back in the day, right?(lol) Disney and Action Figures are in high demand I believe. Hugs, RO

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  9. I had a Bugs Bunny Pez dispenser up until I moved in w/ Sweetpea and I was cleaning stuff out. Long but not terribly interesting story on how I got it, so I'll omit.

    Nice football clothes... was it tough getting licensed from the NFL? (I'm assuming you got it all legal-like!)

    I once spent one night working in the "hot end" of a glass factory when I was in college. My job was to use these long tongs and lift 2 molten glass flutes out of one spinning machine and place them in the holes of another spinning machine. I thought I was fairly coordinated but I turned out to be a participant in a Lucy sketch. It was particularly embarrassing to watch these other senior-citizen ladies lifting and placing like they had robotic arms. I ruined so much glass I bet the company's stock price dipped.

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    1. Too bad that you don't still have that one, Bluzdude. I'm sure that would be in hot demand for sure. You know that I always love hearing your stories, and bet it's more interesting than you're letting on(lol) You're right, and these shirts listed won't actually be sold. I don't want the NFL coming after me, so I've made the necessary changes to other merchandise I'll be selling. Of course, my logo FootBALLism is all mine - yay! I appreciate your eagle eyes and feedback very much! I can tell you feel my pain of working at a job that everyone else seemed to do so well. Ugh. I love watching glassmaking shows, and this is another one of those jobs that no one would want me to do either.(lol) Hugs, and hope you have an amazing day! RO

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    2. OK, you twisted my arm. But for the sake of not using up all your comment space, here's a link to where I wrote about the circumstances under which I came by the BB Pez Dispenser. https://darwinfish2.blogspot.com/2012/11/loose-ends.html

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  10. Never had a job I was really bad at, but I know I would have been terrible at waitressing (waitering?) if I'd ever tried it. I don't see why the penguins would run away, though. Surely they'd be easy to wait on -- everybody's having the fish, right?

    I hate birds, but it's nothing to do with Hitchcock. Birds are biological mechanisms for converting bugs into shit (usually a step up, admittedly) and then dropping it everywhere we don't want it to be. Every time I see pigeons downtown, I think, "Didn't we, like exterminate those goddam things 150 years ago?" But I guess that was only passenger pigeons.

    At least Blumberg and Shinn were tasteful thieves, but I must side with the poor libraries.

    What? What? Walking in forests? You mean those places actually exist? They aren't just photographs? Must be part of this "outdoors" thing I keep hearing people talk about. Can't say I'm surprised if they're full of nasty little parasites.

    Most of us spit out the seeds while eating watermelon, but apparently we've been missing out on the best stuff.

    Like having a watermelon plant growing in your stomach? Never mind, I'm sure they're good for you if you chew them thoroughly.

    As to the planners, do you really think maintaining your sanity is a good idea these days?

    Best of luck with the sports shirts!

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    1. You are just so amazingly witty and clever!(lol) What a way to describe birds.(lol) It's true Blumberg and Shinn were classy thieves, and it shocked everyone that they committed these crimes and got away with them for so many years. Penguins and just about anyone else definitely needs to run away from skills as a waitress.(lol) I suspect a penguin would be just as hard for me to wait on as a person.(lol) LOL on the watermelon seeds, and I need sanity every single day to get away from the madness for sure. Bring on the stickers please.(lol) Thanks so much for the well wishes with the business. I really hope it all works out so much! Hugs and Happy Thursday to you. RO

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  11. Oh RO! I'm so excited for you and your new business. This is incredible and I LOVE that logo, too. Let's hope this is the business you've been looking for.

    I can think of a job or two I didn't LIKE, but I was still good at them which allowed for quick advancement out of the job I didn't like.

    I never had a PEZ and don't think I've ever seen one. Sometimes on Saturday, I watch a show on cable that is from the 1990s (I think). It's called the Pretender and he was introduced to PEZ candies and often had a new and different PEZ container each week.

    Thieves will stop at nothing, but this is just sacrilege. I once knew a gal who stole pages from library art books. I turned her into the library and they banned her from checking out books again. Personally, I thought she got off far too easy.

    I hate to tell you RO! Ticks live in cities, too. Ask me how I know. Or rather, don't bother. It ticks me off to find ticks in trees and the grass. (Too soon?)

    I love that you use your planners as planners. I use mine as a calendar, documenting what I've done that specific day. Yours is SO clever and creative. Also very colorful, too.

    Enjoy your new venture, dear friend.

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    1. Thanks so very much dear Elizabeth. You, more than anyone, know what I've been going through when it comes to businesses.(lol) I appreciate your kind words and well wishes. Kudos to you for not screwing up and making your customers angry. I wish I would have been able to substitute you for me back in the day. (lol) It was shocking to see this, and unbelievable that someone would do this for money. It's sad that your friend thought it was okay to destroy books in libraries by taking pages which could never be replaced. Good for you for turning her in. LOL! Like you, I'm afraid of most bugs, but ticks are particularly troubling if they're in trees, grass, cities - wherever!(lol) Definitely NOT to soon either(lol) I just adore your sense of humor. Ironically, while most of my planners I use to plan, there are 2-3 I use to document what I've done, appointments, etc. too. The Planner you gave me is specifically used to track incoming income and expenses, appointments and people I've spoken with. I love it because it has an actual Financial Record for each month, an area for notes,special events and a section for each day along with the time. Then the beginning includes the full calendar for the month which I can decorate with a special color and stickers. All this in a planner that's the perfect size to carry along in my purse! I can't tell you how much I truly love your gift. Thanks for the encouragement, and you already know I may have to call you for awesome advice along the way.(lol) Hugs, hugs and more hugs! RO

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  12. I remember PEZ from when my grandchildren were small, they loved them. My worst job was working as a waitress, too, I slobbered everything! Tics don't start up here yet, we've still got some time....Love that last photo, so adorable. Hugs, Valerie

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    1. Some of those PEZ Dispensers are really cool and unique. A kindred spirit when it comes to being a waitress Valerie, and I love it(lol) Thank goodness that you're safe from those ticks for a just a little while longer, and I agree to the photo. The world needs lots more hugs and love. Hope you have an amazing weekend! Hugs, RO

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  13. Ok so I have had many jobs like that just young and getting my footing, and yes after the Birds movie anytime I saw a bunch gathered on a power line or in my yard I was spooked. My daughter-in-law is a PEZ collector so whenever I see a vintage I pick it up for a gift for her. xo

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    1. Oh WOW! How cool that your daughter-in-law collects PEZ stuff. Now that makes me want to look around to see what I have and pass it on to you guys! That's a great way of putting it - getting my footing(lol) Now I feel so much better about my screw-ups back then(lol) I know, right? I felt myself ducking whenever I saw a bunch of them piled up too!(lol) Happy Weekend and lots of hugs, RO

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  14. I don't think I would have been particularly great as a waitress so thankfully I avoided that one! That's fascinating about drying your clothes to kill ticks. They're such nasty little creatures. I've never seen the movie but the story The Birds freaked me out! SO creepy! Love the planner pages and always good to find a way to keep your sanity.

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    1. We would have been standing in the unemployment line together Katherine!(lol) I'm definitely NOT a fan of those little critters at all. Thank goodness the Birds movie or book wasn't real, but it sure seemed real for awhile(lol) Thanks for the kudos and hope your day is amazing! Hugs, RO

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  15. Seeds of most frit and veggies are packed with health benefits, but in their natural form. Roasting is said to lower that.

    I think you'll do great with your planners. Me, I'm not good at all at planning - with or without planners.

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    1. That's a good point to know about the roasting Duta! I totally love, love working on my Planners. Definitely a great way to relax. Hugs, RO

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  16. Congrats on the new business! I wish you much success. I don't think I was ever really bad at a job I held, but I didn't care for being a caller for an environmental group raising funds. One time someone was really, really rude to me and I was rude back... I got in trouble for that. I didn't stay long.

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    1. Thanks so much for the good wishes. YIKES on the fundraising job and the rude customer. Never a fun situation to be in. Hugs, RO

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  17. Are they sure, 6 min. in dryer, killllllls themmmmmmmm????????

    Be safe!!!

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    1. I haven't ever run into a tick, but I sure hope the CDC knows what they're talking about, just in case.(lol) Hope you and your hubby are doing well! Hugs, RO

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  18. Yeah, pretty sure I'd screw up people's orders right and left, too. We all have our skills and talents and the food industry is not mine. I worked in a deli for a while and it took me forever to learn all the cheeses, meats, breads, and spreads let alone when people special ordered their veggies on them, too.

    Wow, those are some serious library thieves. I wouldn't mind so much if they were stealing to read them, but selling... nope.

    I have been eating watermelon seeds since my granny told me that the watermelon would grow in my tummy if I ate the seeds (yeah, I was that kid, LOL). Good to know it was healthy all along.

    I saw your Instagram posts on the footballism tees and didn't connect the dots. Congrats!!!! on your new business.

    Your journal pages look fab.

    Have a great weekend, Radiant Ro!

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    1. Kindred spirits when it comes to waitressing, huh?(lol) I would have truly been a disaster in that deli Sophia!(lol) They were something else, right? Stealing our precious books is just atrocious! Yay to knowing what everyone else is just now figuring out when it comes to those seeds. I need to get better at how I put out the info about the business. I'll get there and thanks for the well wishes. I love working on my planners so very much! Sure hope you're doing well, and sending lots of hugs. RO

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  19. Footballism? So you're a football fan? I've never been into sports. Congrats on your new business. I had a job in a bakery/deli. I baked bread, made donuts, sliced lunchmeat and cheese. One time I forgot to use the safety plate and sliced off a piece of my thunk in the electric slicer. Another time I cut myself and needed 5 stitches when I tried opening a metal can containing the boiled ham. One other time I dropped one of the metal containers of ham on my big toe and broke it. I'm a menace in the kitchen. lol

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    1. LOL! Lots of people are surprised to know that I'm a football fan, and have been for years. Always fun to talk about stats, and thanks for the well wishes. It would have been awesome to work in a deli, but my goodness, it sure sounds like dangerous work, Marvelous Mary! Hugs, RO

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  20. I do hate seeds, but that is when they are in a melon, so out of the melon, hmmm

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    1. I definitely understand that one. I'm no fan of pumpkins, but love pumpkin seeds a lot. Hugs, RO

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  21. I would definitely mess up people’s orders and the carrying the food out in trays wouldn’t be a good idea either. I’m a little in the clumsy side. Lol... Hope you have a great weekend!!

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    1. LOL! I'm glad I have a kindred spirit Jenea. Sending lots of hugs, RO

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  22. RO, you had me cracking up about your job being like "something from the Twilight Zone and the company being thrilled when you decided to move on". I'm still LOLLL-ing. ((:

    I am sooo EXCITED about your new business, Happy-For-You! I will be sending up prayers for success. Love & (((HUGGGS))) to you!

    Wishing you all the BEST, my friend!

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    1. I laugh about it now too Dellgirl, but we sure weren't laughing back then(lol) Thanks so much for the kind wishes. I'm very appreciative. Prayers are always appreciated, and hugs right back to you too! RO

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  23. Hey rockstar Ro!!! Hope you are well in the midst of this crazy time! And yes I've had a job or two like that. :) Also- I LOVE the Birds, and North by Northwest too. In fact now I want to watch North again. Can you believe I've never seen vertigo? I need to a Hitchcock marathon methinks...

    I hate the ticks. I remember as a kid running through the woods for hours and never even thinking about it- now you have to be afraid to even go in!

    Congrats on your new business by the way! Your stuff looks great! How exciting... I hope you stay well and have a fabulous March!!!

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    1. Hey Greg! You're right about that, and there sure seems to be a lot of stuff going on. I sure hope you're doing okay out that way! I think I'm with you on that. If I can tear myself away from Netflix(lol), that Hitchcock movie marathon sounds perfect, or maybe I can just go back and binge on Columbo shows. The sky is the limit, right?(lol) I was a serious tomboy so I rolled around in the grass, climbed trees and roamed through the woods without giving it a second thought. What in the heck was wrong with me, Gorgeous Greg?(lol) No roaming these days. Thanks so much for the kind words and hope the rest of your month is great too! Hugs, RO

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  24. It took a lot of learning but I was a pretty good waitress for a while. I couldn't do it anymore though. It is a pretty physically demanding job and I am not in the shape that I used to be. Wow, that is a whole lot of library books to steal. Not cool! I do love Pez because they remind me of my childhood. I have a set of Toy Story ones on my bookshelf right now. The stuff for your business looks awesome. Have a great day!

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    1. I definitely think there is an art to being a waitress, and glad you mastered it so well. Too bad I didn't know you back then so you could have trained me(lol) I can't believe they had the guts to do something like this, then to profit it from it too! Yay to having the Toy Story Pez. I agree, it's definitely a reminder about our childhoods. I have an old Pebbles and a few others in storage that I really like a lot. Hope your day is going well! Hugs, RO

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  25. LOL. In my younger days I had a few jobs as a waitress too and I was terrible at it. Good luck with your new business. The shirts look great!

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    1. Those memories of the good old days when we screwed things up in the restaurant are o wonderful aren't they Suzanne? (lol) Thanks so very much for the kind words. Hope you have an amazing day! Hugs, RO

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  26. I had a job about 2 years ago in a small agency that didn’t know what they wanted. It was in a small airless office space and i was stuck in a corner. I could ‘t wait to leave there everyday!

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  27. Right there with ya on the waitressing gig. I lasted a few hours till I accidentally spilled hot coffee in a customer's lap.
    YOU have a great one.

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    1. Oh no! That sounds just like something I would do too, Super Sandra (lol) Thank goodness we got out of that business, right?(lol) Hope your day is going well. Hugs, RO

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  28. I do collect pez candy in my stomach.

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    1. That's some tasty trivia to know Awesome Adam(lol) Hugs, RO

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  29. I loved Hitchcock movies. He was the master of suspense. And Grant and Stewart... extraordinary.
    Hugs

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    1. Those movies are true classics, and like you, I really enjoy them so much. And they just don't make actors like Grant and Stewart these days for sure. Hugs, RO

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  30. I have a friend who is terrified of Birds- the movie made things worse for sure!

    There are a lot of jobs I would be terrible at- but luckily I have had a wide assortment of jobs and most of them I have been good at. As a teenager I did work at a hospital as a janitor. On my first day I had to ride in an elevator with someone who had passed away. I had to go lie down. It was my last day. So- I guess hospital work is not for me!

    I had no idea about the library book and rare book thieves. Wow! I also had no idea about watermelon seeds. Thanks!

    Hope you are well!
    ~Jess

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  31. Stealing 23,000 books??? Oh my.
    Hugs

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  32. Good tip about how to get rid of tick on your clothes -- thanks! That's going to be an issue for us this year, given the warm winter we had and the number of trees and deer in our area.

    I never really got into PEZ, even as a kid. But those are some alarmingly large collections.

    One of those book thieves (I can't remember which at the moment) stole some books from my college library before he was eventually caught. Not while I was in school there (at least I don't think so), but at some point. I remember reading an article about it a couple of years ago, and being surprised to see our library and a quote from our Director of Libraries in the article.

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    Good day everybody, My names are NANCY DONNA, i am out here to spread this good news to the entire world on how I got my ex husband back. It all started when my husband cheated on me with another woman unknowing to him that the woman is a wizard, the woman castes a spell on my husband which made my husband change his feelings towards me and the kids and broke our 12 years marriage. I was confused and stressed because of the pains of being a single mother, so i called a friend and explained my marital challenges to her, she instructed and directed me to contact this great powerful spell caster called Prophet Abulele, The main reason why she instructed me to contact Prophet Abulele was because in recent times she have read some testimonies on the internet which some people has written about the powerful spell caster Prophet Abulele and i was so pleased and i decided to seek for assistance from him which he did a perfect job by casting a spell on my husband and utilize the powers of the other woman which made him to come back to me and beg for forgiveness. I will not stop publishing his name on the net because of the good work he is doing. To everyone with marital problem, divorce issues, lost lover or any relationship related issues, you can contact Prophet Abulele the powerful spell caster via details below Email: prophetabulelehealingtemple@gmail.com or Call/WhatsApp: +2349022406159

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  34. DO YOU NEED A GOOD SPELL CASTER TO BRING BACK YOUR LOST LOVE EMAIL: LOVESPELLDOCTOR0@GMAIL.COM FOR HELP I have been in relationship with my boyfriend for 2 year now and we were planning to get married soon and all of a sudden he left me for another girl, i really love this guy and never can imagine my life without him. I further tried all my best to get him back but all my effort to get him back in my life did not work out. It was on this faithful day, i came across some comments on a website about this great spell caster called Dr love so many persons claimed that he help them to renew their relationship and bring their ex back, i had to contact him because he was my last hope. I contacted him through his email and he assured me that in two days time my boyfriend is going to leave the other girl and come back to me and it was a very great surprise to see my boyfriend coming back to me after two days. I am so very happy today that he came back to me and i achieved this with the help of Dr love and i advice if you need his help too email him direct at (lovespelldoctor0@gmail com)

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