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I have Britbox, after closing out on Netflix & Hulu. No TV here so my computer is my watching device. Love the less violent shows from the UK overall. Prime Amazon has great selection of all kinds of stuff. I love documentaries, mummies, and such. Plus they have tons of Mysteries, Crime shows etc as well.
Sherlock Holmes, anything Agatha Christie, and shows that solve old cases.
So glad the graduation went well. Would have loved to meet you but I know it was special family time. Sounds like you had a wonderful time. I have not been to the new stadium. They have done s much new construction on campus since we left Denton it is hardly recognizable.
I would like to add BritBox, I love the British mystery shows, may do it. Still like Netflix and have Prime, I do like the shoot em up shows-LOL. No cable, outside antenna for local stations and PBS.
Do try Britbox. You can cancel at any time. I pay $6.99 a month and really enjoy it.
It has all the Agatha Christie shows & movies, and a bunch of other comedy & more serious Who Done It Crime shows. Shakespeare & Hathaway, Death in Paradise, Midsomer Murders and Sherlock Holmes come to mind quickly. But there are tons of others that are worth your time. I watch while I sew.
I watch while I sew.
I tend to watch things I have already seen when I sew. that was I kinda know what is going on and don't miss the new stuff-LOL, and get sewing done!
I called it "filing by piling.". A couple years when I was teaching, I had to stack all my hand-outs against the walls of my way-too-small office.
Sue in IL
Almost 80 years young!
Ok you really are a desert rat! Lol
we used to do the same! It was a 15 min walk from the house to the town pool. Mom was sick and tired of buying us new sandals so she would tell us “ok you need to lock up your shoes” we’d forget and stolen again. Then she gave us stricter rules, well we just didn’t wear shoes, ever. We would run from patch of grass to patch of grass or use the corner of our towels to stand on for a break.
hated shoes, still do, but now I have to even wear the flip flops inside, the floors to hard on my back.
if we got really hot we’d just run up in somebodies yard and turn on the hose and cool down.
I sure hope the treatments are getting easier as you go. I have seen how hard those are with my Grandmother with the same illness.
But your a trooper like she was. She did ok until they told her her life expectancy was 6 months. That just made her mad, well she outlived that by over 11 years! She said the Lord was the only one with that information.
I didn’t have to have the spinal test thank goodness. It sounds like you’re holding your own right now. Lots of prayers my friend. ;0)
oh this is very weird...did you notice my name on the forum changed? not sure how or why...I haven't even signed off or on for a long time!! - ***wait...when I posted...it came out right...but you replied to SuzeN1?? sigh...gremlins in the forum again...
the treatments are really kicking me...I have been very lethargic and super dizzy since last Thursday...all I really want to do is sleep. I am in cycle 4...
I did email my MM doc and he said I was ready for the Stem Cell Replacement...oh lordy...I am SOOOO not ready for that...they started scheduling me for next month...so I emailed him back and said that was way too soon for that step - I am not even sure I WANT to do that step. So I continue on the same schedule til July when I go to see him...and only after I see what my latest Bone Marrow Biopsy results are will I decide if I want to go thru with it...
And I hear you on the life expectancy...our days are numbered, but only God knows when our expiration is up. Glad your Grandmother outlived the expectancy...
Good that you didn't have to have the spinal test...I have heard those are rough...
Sending prayers for you too..