What is the greatest value that guides your life?
"What is the greatest value that guides your life?"
A gentleness of the soul...
Family - in the broadest sense possible.
"When you look for the bad in mankind expecting to find it, you surely will." ~ Pollyanna
Definitely kindness. With a side helping of a joy-seeking.
Yo, you stole mine Julia. Been ruminating on it since morning and kindness is what I arrived at. Arrrr!
We can share, silly.
Oh yeah, SHARING--I hear that's a value too.
Well, you could always find the joy in sharing with a such a lovely lass.
Hahaha! When I read your comment at first, (bad eyes) I totally thought it said "lovely ass."
Well, I haven't seen it, personally. But if its as cute as her mug..
Robin, on a scale of 1-10?
I can honestly say I've never noticed. That probably means average. Ha! Kidding, Julia. Tell you what Taem, I'll make it a point to ride behind her when we're bike riding this weekend and let you know.
That won't work, silly. She'll be sitting on it! :roll:
On a TINY seat! I'm sure it's bigger than that. :roll:
Julia, are you enjoying this discussion of your ass? I'm finding it very amusing.
Its still going to distort the form. You have to check it out from different angles and attitudes: standing, leaning on one foot, bending over...
We expect a thorough analysis.
Ooo! If she gets up on the pedals to go up hill... :twisted:
OK, officially leaving Julia's ass alone now. Thanks for being a good sport, Jules.
How great is this: just read that Boston is giving vouchers to people on food stamps this summer that doubles their value--at local Farmers' Markets!
That is so cool!
I wish we had a decent farmer's market here. They sell the good stuff to HEB, and what's left at the 3 little stalls on Friday isn't fit to cook. My sister is working at a fruit stand, though, so I'm looking forward to some good munchies in Maine.
Henry Edward Butt - Its a grocery chain that has driven out all competitors.
In the words of McEnroe (I've got tennis on the brain today) 'You cannot be serious!' Is that really the name? Butt sells groceries?
Care for a nice rump roast?
Wow! We have the same thing here in San Diego and I didn't even know it. Go us.
Yeah, go you!
That is a win win situation - fantastic for the growers and an incentive to eat healthy for the people - great idea!
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Isn't it a form of protectionism? I'm not sure its on the free trade rules
-Do not follow me, I'M LOST-
responsibility - I know its boring, but its true.
Well, every body agreed values when its make us look cool, wise, nice. Values that make you look uncool or boring are the most important because you don't embrace them by vanity
*petting sweet Pepe's little skunk head*
ok so how about the values that get your head petted?
i'm a fickle sort
Nothing can bring you peace but yourself. Nothing can bring you peace but the triumph of principles. – Ralph Waldo Emerson
but only tex brings you RWE
I like that Tex.
And how are the strawberries and cream, my dear?
Can you believe I am allergic to strawberries!
Oh I love this time of year - I have lived in and around the Wimbledon area (on and off) for 25 years and the atmosphere during the fortnight is just fantastic!
Hope you are doing well my lovely!
I am allergic to the sensuousl berry myself! Had to make do with the chocolate only...
The one sporting event I have always wanted to attend is Wimbledon - we'll have to plan a trip to the grass one of these days!
Looking for my purple and green,
Tex - seriously, you have to come over one summer and we'll go. This is my hood so you'll be well looked after!!
Uh huh! Being a member of a woman's posse hanging in her hood.....
You gals even sport the same colors.
Can I come too? I've never made it there during the actual tournament, though I have been to the US Open in Queens. Not the same thing, though...
The more the merrier!! We can have a UK/US posse!
Of course you can! The US Open is a close second!
Steph, when I was a teen (many moons ago) my friends and I went to England for a school trip and we were desperate to get to Centre Court. Unfortunately we didn't set out early enough and by the time we took a few wrong turns from the Tube we ended up arriving right at closing time. But the two old (they seemed old at the time but were probably only 50 or so) women who ran the museum kept it open for us and even let us take pictures on Centre Court! Then, one of them offered us a ride to the Tube and ended up driving us most of the way back into center London. Quite exciting for a girl's first time abroad!
Lucky you living so close!
I know! My parents moved to Wimbledon when I was 13 and the high school I went to was so close we could literally here the cheering from the tournament if the wind was blowing in the right direction! I worked at the tournament two summers while I was at university and it was an absolute blast!
Well, I am delighted to here that you were looked after so well by the museum ladies - a good example of Brit hospitality!
see, cuz choice is something for ALL THE HUMANS!
I still want to know who the sadist torturing Theon in the dungeon...
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