poor person steal everything from you, move back to high cost of living
country, start over again.
See David, I can function like you.......well, not like you.....but maybe similar.....
well, not similar.......errrrrrrrrr
lotoole wrote: I enjoy going to malls but it makes me spend too much. There are too many wonderful, desirable things all around me and I get carried away. Ordering online helps keep me on a budget. My going to a mall is like sending an alcoholic into a liquor store.
pahunt925 wrote: For me, it's just a lot easier to shop on line. The malls around here don't have any stores where I want to shop, and it's frustrating to go from store to store looking for something. As I've gotten older, I can't walk around as much without my back bothering me, so shopping on line is better for me as far as that goes. I still do shop at stores, but not at the mall. Just doesn't appeal to me like it used to.
corgieglass wrote: I also have a huge number of ads but they are all from the same source and site. While money is nice it gets boring seeing the same ads over and over again. If this is a source of income for clixsense I hope they never stop paying clixsense or the site will be in trouble.
chrisyt wrote: last week i had a mild heart attack. i had an angiogram and was told i need a heart bypass in 4 weeks time. reason im telling this is i was teying to find someone who has had to have this kind of operation as well. Just need to know what to expect.
BouldRake wrote: I've just been asked to take a pensioners group on the three peaks this summer.
It's surprisingly arduous, it includes crossing bogs, and even climbing up a waterfall - sometimes with the water actually flowing. I've done it several times, but always alone. I don't know anybody fit enough to do it - until being asked to lead the pensioners. They're not even asking me to go for the sake of having somebody relatively young and healthy, they're asking me because it can be surprisingly difficult to navigate your first time round.