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  1. now how could that not warm the hearts of some of those big ole meanies on here thanks for sharing
  2. Watching the video again, our 7 year old entered the room just as it started. Comments were, verbatim, "Oh my G@d mummy that must be embarrassing, AND she's on the news. Gosh I hope the water doesn't fall on her too".
  3. Lillooet is on evacuation order. Stay safe up there all you guys, hubby included.
  4. C'mon Cap, go easy on the fella, he's making an effort, watched him get into his Toyota Prius when picking up the hubby from a crew change flight once. Great job by all on the Glenrosa fire, my family, along with many others I'm sure, says a big thank you for an awesome most appreciated effort.
  5. AM 1150 is streaming live http://www.am1150.ca My Brother/Sister inlaw and kids are affected, all of Glenrosa is evacuated. So anxious I can hardly type.
  6. I was wondering, to afraid to ask, looks great Dick, not my choice of headwear but it works... Is it a huggies or pampers ? Splitty that's not nice, but must admit it was the first thing that came to my mind to.
  7. I suppose it is human nature that people like to form themselves into groups-for self-protection, for interests, for whatever, it seems to be a natural way of life. Unions may be great for protecting the rights of employees, only if that Union is not closed minded, one sided and ran by militant shop stewards and union officials that are unwilling to negotiate with their apparently equally accused militant employers. At the slightest hint of paranoia the wagons are drawn into a circle and the strikes begin. My introduction to unions goes like this - (and I’ve cut a long stor
  8. Yes happy feet there are laws about harassing wildlife down under, although I'm sure the kangaroos would disagree. It is fortunate that the pilot could drag his mate out of harms way and I hope he has a speedy recovery. "Crocodiles, the great survivors from the dinosaur age, are only found in the more tropical regions of Australia; northern Queensland, the Northern Territory and the northern parts of Western Australia. Of the world’s 23 species of crocodile and alligator, only two species exist in Australia; the freshwater croc (”freshie”) and saltwater croc (”salty”). Both are
  9. "The Law of Cause & Effect states that absolutely everything happens for a reason. All actions have consequences and produce specific results, as do all inactions. The choices we make are causes, whether they are conscious or unconscious, and will produce corresponding outcomes or effects. The law of cause and effect is commonly known throughout science. For every action there is a reaction or similarly, for every cause there is an effect and from every effect there must have been a cause. Often people are living their lives reacting to one event after the next. They presume lif
  10. Mr. Old Fart is then. Funny that picture is a striking resemblance to the picture of you I had in my mind :shock:
  11. The post was NEVER about how hard spouses have it. It was about how spouses deal with the concerns of their loved ones being away and not safe at home. Somehow I feel as though I am repeating myself rtrmvr was looking for advice. In saying that when one seeks advice all sorts of advice is given in return. Thank your wife for her advice. Im spoilt rotten and know it. Now onto your last post - M1/M2 Wife: Not sure if your reply was directed to me or not. If not feel free to give me that "Wive Look" and disregard any further comments from me. It wasn’t. It
  12. I have also lived and traveled all over the world, I realize how lucky I am living here in Canada. But I don’t think “how lucky we have it” was the topic of the thread. I also realize how lucky I must be having an “old fart” older generation husband that is receptive to the needs, wants and concerns of his younger generation spouse. Just like I am to his. Not sure if I would still be married if either of us told each other to suck it up and stop whining. Unless I misinterpreted the posts at the beginning of this thread, I would not consider “concerns” about spouses/family in the i
  13. No need to apologise Elvis, I have read this forum for a long time now and I know they go off topic ALL the time. Just thought it was a nice idea to be able to see how other loved ones deal with their anxieties. My husband was an engineer before we were married 10 years ago. I bought the ticket and I knew what I was getting into, just like some of the other spouses. In saying that it still doesn't mean we don't worry at times. Anyhoo back to that little pilot/engineer issue.
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