Comment: Thanks for your interesting answers. I have the opposite issue with museums. I like to inspect and read the description of everything I like, while my wife is like "Saw that. I'm ready to move on." This is why I visit museums alone when I can. :-)
Comment: Hello Chesa! Thank you for the lovely Polar bear post card. You forgot to write which swap it is from. Good thing I only joined a few animals post card swap so I was able to find it. Please don't forget next time 🙂.
Response: Bah thanks for finding the swap to rate. That is the one thing I have the most trouble with. Glad you enjoyed!
Comment: Thanks for joining the swap. I love the name of the paper: Nickel Belt News :) I hope you're feeling better. Regarding volunteers, I volunteered over 20 years to get experience in a secretarial career. Didn't help me at all. You're statement was bang on--”I need an income”! And I love the postcard ;)
Comment: Thank you so much! I often have this same problem of thinking and planning and not doing until I have run out of time and have to do it in a hurry which makes me make mistakes. Have a great day!
Response: We are our own worst enemy eh? Keep on keeping on! Pre-emptive cuss ups for the win!
I am now fixated on saying cuss instead of cussing...
Comment: Thank you very much for showing me your zoopark. Your cats are so sweet, although I have not been able to see the ISIS, only their eyes :)
And the fish are very unusual in my opinion. But also interesting. And they do not lose lint like cats! :)))
Greetings to all your family and pets:)
Response: yeh I've been trying for over a week. I don't know what she's thinking but if I point the phone or the camera at her she hides again. I'll get her eventually and then I can keep a pic of her on my computer.
Comment: Nice Chemainus murals postcard. Thanks.
It's funny, I've only been to one of the 4 places you would like to visit...Fair November. I'd like to someday try the Writer's Festival just to see what it's like to be among the very literate. ;) Eden Mills is a very quaint little cottagey town so it's well worth the visit for any reason.
Response: There's so much more there to see and do. Honestly I could spend a week there and still not manage to stuff everything into my waking hours. That would assume of course that my four year old was either not with me for that trip or I had child care. lol