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Larry
27 days ago

Huey and the News singing a cappella is real “class A”. Oh to relive the ’80’s.  😊 

john stahl
27 days ago

Friends are great. Adventures are great. Seeing the world is great. Having many experiences is great. But FAMILY is everything. You cannot beat living close to kids and grandkids. That is why most people live where their family is. Nothing can beat family.

paul
27 days ago

I believe the brain teaser was published a while ago

Snayte
26 days ago
Reply to  paul

Not too long ago since I remembered the answer. 🙂

jillie
28 days ago

I have been watching those RV shows where people go to buy an RV. Big Rig and there is one other I miss due to comcast but still for the last 10 years I have been watching a lot of the people sell their homes and buy these huge rigs and go it on the road. A lot of them can work remote. There was one couple who had their own business on line and another was a domestic engineer and not sure what the husband did but they traveled and she homeschooled. Man what a life. I did the home education after the public went out for the summer. We traveled and she learned more about the US then any history book. So yes I wish we could have traveled and worked remotely. But alas not to be.

Cheryl Bacon
28 days ago

My husband has worked remotely for 20 years. Now since covid all our kids, and son-in laws employers have gone remote and plan on staying that way, even after the pandemic. We all love it, though I know some don’t. Honestly, a lot of jobs are less overhead if they allow remote work. Of course there are still a lot of jobs that cannot be done remotely and would be a challenge to even become that way. I’m glad people have choice now and I hope it stays that way. I wish the schools would also follow. It is just another way to educate, much like home schooling. There are a lot of kids that would benefit from it, while others thrive in a in person learning. I know one thing, if they had a well run remote public schools, we wouldn’t be needing so many multi million dollar school bonds to build the humongous schools.

Diane M
28 days ago

I always thought Huey Lewis and the News was a Black group! Live and learn.

john stahl
28 days ago

I believe in 100 years most people in the USA will still live in a home. They may move more often. Or live in a place and work remote. We already have a mobile population. I am 77 and as an adult have had seven different homes. But they were all within 50 miles if each other.

Cheryl Bacon
28 days ago
Reply to  john stahl

I have moved 30 times in my life. Several states included. The idea of living anywhere a whole lifetime is mindboggling. We have bought so many homes, the only way we would have a paid mortgage, is paying in cash. Neither my dad or husband were lifers in the military either. When my parent’s first moved away from the “family’s area” everyone thought they were crazy. Wound up all the siblings moved as well as the future generations. I think WWll was a big catalyst at starting the movement we know these days.

JEB
28 days ago

Mayah is a real cutie. Long Life.

Adorable Deplorable
28 days ago

Absolutely love the “cat pictures”! Cat’s are so independent, I envy them.