A couple of weeks ago I was shopping online looking for some Ruritan club-related clothing items to buy and wear around town, and to club meetings. I was surprised that there was a link to a page that called itself “Supplies” but the page was only a list of items, with a price beside the item. No photographs were on the web page at all! I called the lady in charge of supplies and suggested that they look into sending the information for cheap catalog printing and send copies out to the clubs so that prospective customers can see a picture of what it is they are trying to sell! I don’t like ordering things without seeing what it looks like before I order it, and I can’t imagine that many other people like to, either!
I’ve always felt that the space under our beds is a big waste of space, and a big dust collector. It is so difficult to keep that area dust free! And keeping dust to a minimum is a good thing – so many people are allergic to dust! And it certainly is one of our cat’s favorite hiding spots when we are looking for him to take him to the vet! Have you ever tried to retrieve a cat from under a king size bed? It is really hard! I’d love to replace our traditional bed with a great storage bed.
I didn’t realize that there were so many different types of storage beds until I was looking at the different types online. I had only known of the kind I’ve been calling “Captains beds” where the beds have a series of drawers under the mattress. But now I see that there are also “ottoman” beds where the entire mattress lifts up on a hinge to get to the storage area underneath! That would be a way to store really large items!
I still think I like the kind with drawer’s underneath the best; I think that lifting the bed up would be a pain in the neck. And it looks like the “ottoman” beds still have space under them for the dust to collect, whereas the ones with drawers fit right on the floor – no dust can get under them!
When I got home I was looking at the platters again and decided to try to find out if they might be more valuable than what I paid. Long story short, I’ve ended up emailing a collector of that brand of china and sent him photos of them. He said he would try to find out when they were made and what their value might be. I just want to know if they are valuable, then I should be careful with them!
I have a lot of friends and family that are veterans. My father and grandfather (now both deceased) were veterans. I really get very upset when I think back to the days when the Vietnam War was going on and how poorly so many people treated our soldiers that were returning home from that conflict. Even though history would indicate that the war was an illegal one, we should still honor our soldiers that were called upon by our government to go and fight. It was a confusing time for our country, and many of our citizens are still suffering the consequences.
Thank you veterans, for your service, and sacrifices.
I find it amusing how many people forget all about changing their clocks when we are supposed to change them to and from Daylight Savings Time/Eastern Standard Time. I always wonder how many people are going to be late, or early, for church!
I have to admit it gets confusing at my house because there are some clocks that we forget to change for a few days. Then there are often clocks that I remember to change, and then later someone else in the house changes it AGAIN so that clock is still an hour off! That’s always good for a panic attack! I really wish they would just do away with changing the clocks – pick a time and stick with it! There really is no good reason anymore for changing the clocks! My parents used to say it was for “the farmers” but I know enough farmers that tell me that is not true, and the cows don’t recognize the time change and still need to be milked the same time no matter what the clock says! I think life would be a lot easier if they would just pick a time and stick with it!