Since 1996, Restaurants Officially Have No Excuse Not To Donate Leftover Food
I just ordered four (my husband, my daughter & son-in-law, & me). $17 on Amazon. So what if they think I’m a nervous momma.
First Alert Fire Extinguisher | Car Fire Extinguisher, Red, AUTO5 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000P0DPGQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_eQU8CbWBNRSNT
This is an awesome display of community and courage, no doubt about it, it's inspiring.
That said, I'm gonna hijack this top comment for a sec just to point out that this is a great example of why you wanna have some kind of glass break tool in your car at all times. I have one of these on every one of my key rings so it's always with me whenever I'm in a car. Doesn't have to be this one, but get yourself one. It's cheap insurance and you'll wish you had one in a situation like this (or worse if you go into a lake and that car starts filling up real quick)
Again, hate to hijack, this was an incredibly inspiring display.
Some people who on their way to the straight gate and the narrow path. Well done, Dutch Christians.
Looks like the service ended in January and the family got their residence permit in March.
This one has a super cute elephant design!
I dunno if it's just my Uni or something, and it ain't a small one, but I haven't paid for a single book in my whole degree of CS. Each course is obliged by faculty to list one mandatory book, but the first thing the teacher says when we review the course plan on the first day: Don't bother with the book, our course notes are better or we'll provide you with a digital copy if it's ours.
We had quite a few teachers sending a mass e-mail to class with something along the lines of "We do not condone the usage of https://libgen.is/ to download your course materials. That is all."
Even the head of the whole science faculty, which gave us our Network Engineering course, said don't bother with the book because he added to his notes all the useful bits.
Amazon has one for 40 US dollar from 50 normally so I guess somewhere in between (if it's the same one)
There are dozens of these options:
You need to digitize your recordings. Sometimes you can download a clean digital version from your phone carrier. Sometimes you have to play them into a recording source.
That man is a damn true hero.
Also, I think it's worth noting how the actions of the other individual who had the fire extinguisher were potentially crucial to this rescue.
It appeares that the car was mere seconds away from becoming to dangerous to continue any sort of physical rescue attempsts.
I just now ordered my own emergency extinguisher for my car for $17.
sometimes when I feel crummy I like to go on amazon and check out the customer photos for outdoor heated tents like this one. People post little stories and pictures of their neighborhood feral cats, it warms my heart to see so many kitties being taken care of in quiet ways... fyi you don't have to buy one! you can make them fairly cheaply!
Just buy some slightly baggy clothing and rub some charcoal and dirt here and there grab a un clean bit of cardboard and a marker. Don't wear nice shoes and pick a busy corner or off ramp. If you want to kill it wear cheap sun glass and have a cane or have the word VET on the sign.
Nope. It's totally photoshopped.
Edit: You guys. This is not even up for debate. Look at the picture. You can clearly see the image noise around the borders of the font. Also, to that person /u/unnecessary_kindness who linked me to this: https://vgy.me/cf6W5H.jpg LOOK AGAIN. Somebody went back into Photoshop and warped the font so it would look more convincing!
I made a side-by-side comparison: https://i.imgur.com/pNxlnj3.png
Also, I am a graphic designer. I won't even mention the fact that they're not holding hands. Their hands are just sort of near each other. Oops, I guess I just mentioned it.
Has he heard about these amusement park/attractions where they have a bunch of bulldozers and other heavy machinery and you can just move dirt, dig holes, etc? I think the one I read about was in Colorado. Will see if I can find it :)
Edit: it's in Vegas, not CO. here is where I read about it
Amazon's choice, user manual says it's storage temperature is -40F ~ 120F (-40C ~ 50C).
A bunch of other models say up to 140F or 60C.
These things were designed to fight fire, they should be able to handle some heat :)
I feel the same. ): I do my best to donate to NGOs which help the elderly. I don't know how much it helps but that's all I feel is in my capacity.
Some NGOs that work with the elderly. Give India, Ketto and DonateKart are also some platforms that have NGOs that work with the elderly in their catalogue.
He seems to have a bit of a dry sense of humor about it...
“As we have always said, Steen got the legs and Peder got the brains,” the twins wrote on their website, according to the Daily Mirror. “So we are the perfect combination for an athlete with iron will.”
Have you tried using an undercoat rake? I recently got one for my long-haired cat and it's been pretty amazing so far. It doesn't tug like the furminator and it's better at removing loose fur, so as long as it's used regularly I don't think mats can develop in the first place.
That's far from a stupid question. I'm glad you asked.
Generally, you want to place your hands between the nipples (easier on a guy).
To be more precise, you want to feel around to where the sternum ends in a point over the stomach area, then move two finger widths above that point for placing the pinky-side of your hand.
Then, lock your hands, lock your elbows and hinging at the hips you want to make that chest wall depress a good two inches on each pump.
Here's a site that shows pictures of hand placement.
I'd highly recommend taking a CPR class, though. In the US, most fire departments run classes and they often cost ~$25 or even less. It's very low-key and casual and filled with babysitters, lifeguards, and cubscouts. No pressure!
These are stupid cheap and great quality.
I've got three for my different load-outs. Going to start carrying Swiss Army knives again but the Gerbers are nice for attaching to gear.
Remember the greatest gift you can give her is the boundaries and space to discover that she is enough on her own.
Codependent No More . This book changed my life and my approach to relationships.
You also left out enslaving bears in impossibly tiny cages while constantly collecting their bile to the point where they have allegedly committed suicide.
Well, I guess I don't know if everyone calls it that. That's what we called it in the Anthropology department that I went through. My advisor wrote a book that was tangentially about it:
Caught in Play: How Entertainment Works on You https://www.amazon.com/dp/0804761116/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_5oL3CbCE69FJZ
But, it might be easier to think of as a recurrence of the social opinions and thought that characterized the first Romantic movement. Glorification of subjectivism and of emotional expression. There has been a rise in the far right in virtually every country in the West and Middle East over the last 15 or so years. Part of that is due to the rise of the overall "emotional temperature", so-to-speak.
Why do that when a 275 gallon drum of personal lubricant is so much cheaper? With a 275 gallon drum of personal lubricant you can have just as much fun! Also with a 275 gallon drum of personal lubricant (depending on your passenger), you can choose whether you want to drive or not. <strong>275 gallon drum of personal lubricant</strong>
A legit answer here: there’s some evidence for genetic propensity toward muscularity as a result of:
1. a population boom among Maori after they colonized the NZ islands,
2. which developed into warring (and sometimes cannibalism) to take over land for food cultivation and pas (forts),
3. Which saw weaker individuals killed off and stronger ones surviving,
4. Resulting in guys that are hard to tackle in rugby
source (aside from my own observation for point 4).
Actually you can get a mirror type apparatus that makes it seem like your arm or leg is there, then scratch where it's itchy on your still there limb.
It's commonly called a mirror therapy box.
You mean the group that literally dies anywhere from 2x-5x as much as women from cancer?
It's easy to market titty cancer, nobody wants to hear about your diseased colon or prostate.
Dalai Lama: A Policy of Kindness
I found the source on his WikiQuote page
Just CTRL + F "whether", and it's the first result.
Actually...yeah, I do. I see it a lot at re-enactment events and sometimes at Farmer's markets. It's easier (for slightly obvious reasons) to find it at Christmas fairs - starting in November. I bought both to put in my Mom's nativity scene a few years ago. :-)
Also, Amazon has both. However, it will be cheaper at a fair towards November than buying it off of Amazon.
I always found the little retractable leashes really useful, especially for fly fishing. I think I have a pocket knife and a pair of forceps on my fishing vest attached via a couple of those leashes and they're really useful!
Always good to have a knife/multitool handy though.
Apparently small ice crystals form in the tissue and rubbing the affected area can cause the ice crystals to damage the tissue further.
Source (admittedly not a great one)
Relay user, no link.
Play store link: Relay for reddit
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So apparently imgur shut down their mobile sign in (been awhile since I tried to post a photo) so the best I can do rn is the Amazon link to the model I have.
As a disclaimer, neither I nor anyone I know, work for or hold stake in this company and will receive no compensation for this. This is not an endorsement.
Here's one, I don't know if it will be available wherever you are. But amazon have a bunch of them, just search dementia cat and a bunch come up. They aren't that cheap though, but they have a lot of functions. Joy For All Orange Tabby Cat https://smile.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017JQQ01A/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_38EsEb6G21MNR
I know this is also an unpopular opinion currently but it should be said.
We are not omnivores, we are maybe at a stretch opportunistic omnivores, but our diet should be at least 98% plant based, not the incredible diet of eating meat/dairy three times a day. The dental canine theory has been discredited, which can be seen by comparing the dental structures of true carnivores to our teeth. Our teeth are exactly alike to frugivores (gorillas, chimps etc.), animals which largely eat plants.
I would highly recommend you watch What the Health on Netflix.
It talks about how most of the top killers in the West (Heart Disease, Strokes, Cancer) are largely due to eating too much meat and animal products. Type II diabetes could be near eradicated if those affected switched to a plant based diet. I'm talking about diabetes disappearing with 2-4 weeks.
It's a short documentary, but it could very literally save your life one day. We've been lied to by the meat and dairy industry since we were born as part of marketing campaigns intended to get us accustomed to eating large quantities of their products. It isn't healthy, it's killing us. The American Diabetes Association accepts huge donations from many huge meat and dairy companies, suspicious right?
I know I sound like a conspiracy theorist and that I'm probably completely overblowing the devastating affects, but please do me the honor of simply watching the documentary and then making judgements. I will answer and all questions you have if you're interested.
Dogs have evolved through their relationship with humans to the point where they thrive on a starch-rich diet which would not be suitable for other carnivores.
I just did exactly that.
Went and got this dumptruck on amazon for 24$. It was 64% off which is nice.
Tonka Classic Steel Mighty Dump Truck Vehicle https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000PEHDFG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_kD3hAb9R84Z96
I try to do something nice for a kid every Christmas. PM me your shipping address if you think he'd want one of these for his room!
Apparently, it’s because I didn’t remember the name of it. It’s Rangers in the Gap. I don’t know where I got the mist part.
I actually got to meet the guy who created the group while I was in Alaska at the church I attended. Intimidatingly intelligent.
Rangers in the Gap: Act with... https://www.amazon.com/dp/1938478312?ref=yo_pop_ma_swf
Also: Sean O’Connell is now a published fantasy novelist!
Yeah, they have boards that require differing levels of force: https://www.amazon.com/Playwell-Martial-Childrens-Rebreakable-Boards/dp/B07CGR6MT9/ref=pd_day0_hl_200_12?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B07CGR6MT9&pd_rd_r=09950100-e68b-4282-b2b7-7bbc2ebd8b1c&pd_rd_w=IYZNY&pd_rd_wg=DT1h2&pf_rd_p=ad0787...
Beyond that, for every police officer that may do something like this, or play basketball with inner-city youth, you get the same ones who won't lift a finger or utter a word to Protect and Serve against their own blue brothers.
The real good cops get chased out of the business.
Believe the doctors: https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/addiction/news/20131104/tylenol-and-alcohol-a-bad-mix-study-suggests
>So what about taking acetaminophen for a hangover?
>"If you do need to take something for pain and if you are not a regular drinker, it would seem to be OK to take some acetaminophen for it," Zand said. "Assuming your kidneys are fine, you might want to choose another painkiller if you want to err on the side of caution, because you've just put your liver through a stress test and it needs all the breathing room it can get to recover."
It's not going to kill you, but it's not a nice thing to do to your liver either...
>“The bottom line is that for the otherwise healthy person without chronic liver disease or a history of alcoholism, they don’t have to wait before taking two regular Tylenol after having a drink. But no medical advice fits all patients,” she said in an e-mail.
>What you don't understand is the EGA is part of the Marine uniform. It is used nowhere else.
Or it's $8 on Amazon, with free one day shipping.
If anyone reading this guy's comment finds this sort of stuff interesting, I would highly, highly recommend this book on Morality, Justice, Society, that sort of thing. This comment reminded me of this guy's writing style & I couldn't put this thing down:
Justice by Michael J. Sandel
They use a giant vibrating disk that they put under their pillows that's set to an alarm clock.
You may ask how do they know if someone is at the door? They have their doorbell connected to lights on the ceiling or floor that flash when the doorbell is rung.
Edit: links for reference: alarm clock https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07HFZSBDQ/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_BV2LDbHGDMKT1
here is the doorbell https://www.amazon.com/Anpress-Doorbell-Wireless-Hearing-Favorite/dp/B010UEFR6M/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?adgrpid=58831499729&gclid=CjwKCAjw29vsBRAuEiwA9s-0B9VXyMC5W4Uhu7gmzYSDlzUsozAoK_LDrgxp9-letGKNthh9bOHJdBoCVOgQAvD_BwE&hvadid=274872203009&hv...
That's called hockey tape. The top clear rolls are for securing equipment like shin pads and the bottom rolls are for sticks.
Just read about this in “You’re not Listening”. Apparently you can also rent a family
Get a center punch. Old EMS trick of the trade. You don't have to worry about having room to wind up or possibly fighting gravity if you're the one in the car, and if you're not, you don't have to use it in the center of the windshield (i.e. not right in someone's face).
I didn't see anything regarding cutting the program. I did see that a new training facility might not be built, even though it's in the budget. The people of the town basically are afraid of having the inmates in the area. While I understand with it being near a facility for children, just move it to somewhere else in town.
Good article on the inmate firefighters
Yep. He wrote a piece on the benefits of marijuana under the pseudonym Mr X in 1969. http://www.openculture.com/2013/05/carl_sagan_extols_the_virtues_of_cannabis_1969.html
Good that he didn't use his real name. He would have never been able to do Cosmos if he had. The fact that it was him didn't come out three years after his death.
But then you uploaded it to Imgur, which compresses the shit out of image quality to reduce filesize.
Flickr used to be a good host for uncompressed images, but they'll ban you if they catch you uploading stuff that isn't yours. Right now the best uncompressed image host I've found is cubeupload. It requires an account though.
I don't think reddit's image host compresses stuff, but that only works for submissions (like this one).
"Worldwide rates of either HSV-1 or HSV-2 are between 60% and 95% in adults." (https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Herpes-simplex.-Chayavichitsilp-Buckwalter/c6007147e5b196be342f5881d263149ae404a32f)
Chances are u too have herpes. It just doesn't show.
The link is generated by Amazon mobile app. That’s how they track where the traffic is coming from. The affiliate site referral link looks different. Try share something from you Amazon app. You will get link like this too. First Alert Fire Extinguisher | Professional Fire Extinguisher, Red, 5 lb, PRO5 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000M2QR8U/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_GaW8CbDXWNWEH
We've had a similar situation, and my wife and I found the book "Chocolate Hair Vanilla Care" very helpful. I think there is a website/blog related to it as well. https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-Hair-Vanilla-Care-Beginning/dp/1500666041
So, it’s more my wife than myself...but I know she’s reading these two...
“It’s Just Your Imagination”
The first is focused around women/girls the second is general about narcissism. Once my wife learned the word and what it meant, it was life changing for her.
For those looking for a link:
Google Play Store
It's called Videoshop, it's a video editor for both iOS Appstore and Android
> I can teach you how to bottle fame, brew glory, even put a stopper on death
Wikiquote says it's "put a stopper on", not "stopper", which makes a lot more sense. Googling it brings up both quotes, though.
I use GIMP as it's free and quite good for color correction, but the same technique should work in most major editing suites. Just use "levels" and it corrects 90% of a color cast. After doing an "auto levels" you can tweak the brightness and black levels super fast with the slider. You can go further and run the "color balance" tool or "hue-saturation" tool, but it's usually unnecessary. Gimp is free here.
And here's a simple example/tutorial I made quickly for you.
He's definitely talented, but it's nothing miraculous, assuming the keys were sitting on the seat and not tucked into a crack or something. There are apps that will decode your key from a photograph, an experienced locksmith could definitely do this and more.
btw for those interested in learning more, see if you can find a "locksport" meetup - they mostly do lock picking, but the shape/size/bitting of keys definitely influences how you pick a lock. Also do some youtube searches for things like "defcon lock" or "defcon key", here's one of my faves.
> One of post-work’s best arguments is that, contrary to conventional wisdom, the work ideology is neither natural nor very old. “Work as we know it is a recent construct,” says Hunnicutt. Like most historians, he identifies the main building blocks of our work culture as 16th-century Protestantism, which saw effortful labour as leading to a good afterlife; 19th-century industrial capitalism, which required disciplined workers and driven entrepreneurs; and the 20th-century desires for consumer goods and self-fulfillment.
I bet this Cassie girl isnt' too tech savvy.
That looks super simple to use
> This offer (the “Introductory Trial Offer”), which is made to you by Spotify [...], entitles you to access the Spotify Premium Service [...] for a period of three (3) months from the moment that you activate such trial period by submitting your payment details and paying the advertised price (the “Introductory Trial Period”). [...] If you decide that you do not want to remain a paying user of the Spotify Premium Service, you have to cancel your subscription to the Premium Service [...] prior to the end of your Introductory Trial Period. Otherwise, at the end of your Introductory Trial Period, you will automatically become a paying user of the Spotify Premium Service
Source: Spotify Introductory Trial Offer Terms and Conditions
(Of course to know this, one would have to read what exactly one actually purchases - which is something not many people do)
I had that thought as well so I googled to see how much he actually made off of those movies. If this quora answer is to be believed, he pulled in $250m (which is a hell of a lot more than I would have ever imagined him making off of the sequels).
So on the one hand, $75m is as you say an insane amount of money. On the other hand, I could see him giving 30% of his earnings. Actually, no I can't. That's ridiculous. No way is that true.
e: and then there's this which says it's complete bullshit. So there ya go
They suck so much because your pain receptors are exposed without anything to coat and protect them (like blood does for deeper cuts). Putting any sort of ointment on them will almost fully get rid of the pain if you manage to keep it coated, and getting some liquid bandage (Amazon product linked) will protect it from any air or anything else touching the pain receptors and completely remove the pain.
Your comment reminded me that I've heard this before, and wow, kidney disease risk goes up 123%, as well as causing liver damage.
Tylenol aka acetaminophen aka Paracetamol is dangerous even for casual drinkers, and people should be aware.
Theres a really solid google app called scan or something similar i used a few years ago to quickly scan in some photos. It takes multiple pictures of each photo to get a solid scan. Link
He wrote that in the preface to her book, that he published and which contained 128 of her reviews.
Grand Forks: A History of American Dining in 128 Reviews
A remember sitting in the waiting room for a doctor's office and flipping through a medical supply catalog they had sitting out. Holy shit, everything was so expensive. Even the normal office supply stuff was like 5-10x the price it would have been at Staples. I get business-to-business costs a little bit more than business-to-consumer but everything was way more expensive than necessary.
I remember one of these https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000LNI4O0 cost $85 as compared to the $9 Amazon sells it for. Maybe the medical one was made in America or had special antimicrobial properties but I suspect it was just the exact same as the cheap ones, just marked up for medical offices because they could.
If anyone is curious, the app used here is called Textra and the phone is most likely (based off the UI and the resolution of the screenshot) a 2018 Samsung Galaxy A7... God I need to get a life.
There's a pretty cool app where you send messages in a bottle around the world and people can read them. You can chat with random people all over the world if you want to.
It's called bottled and I only heard about it from another redditor's must have apps list. Might be good for ya.
Here is the link to the original article, and even NVIDIA has asked on their Twitter for fellow gamers to help with the computing load.
If you also want to contribute simple go to Foldingathome.org and download the client to put your computer to work!
Not so, I'm on RedReader (Android App) and I see it like the desktop users do. Reddit uses Markdown for formatting and the mobile apps probably differ in their interpretation of it.
Not sure if this would be helpful. Amazon sells low wattage outdoor pet safe heating pads. 4-22 watts. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001AZSR68/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_9SV2Db1T201DH
There is also a temperature sensitive adapter you can buy to use even less electricity. It only turns on below 50. HEATIT ET-21 Freeze Thermostatically Controlled Outlet On at 38F /Off at 50F https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074HVYDV1/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_MWV2DbREZCHBN
Depending on their ages, I highly recommend getting them each a copy of “The Gift of Fear” by Gavin de Becker! It’s a super interesting, well-written book about how to recognize, trust, and act on your gut instincts in situations like these.
It could be Stuff You Should Know. It’s a pretty popular podcast and an episode on hummingbirds was released two days ago.
Not sure if that applies to John Cena. He's is their ambassador. John Cena won't do something like that. If anyone wants to know what kind of person cena is they should definitely check out this clip of rapper Murs talking about John Cena appearing in his music video. skip to 17.50
No worries. Yeah I didn’t know this until I listened to a podcast that talked about it. I can’t remember just now which one it was. Maybe it was Hidden Brain or Death Sex and Money. I’ll see if I can find it.
EDIT: Yes, here it is. Was DS&M.
Or you can just use privacy It lets you connect a debit card to a seemingly unlimited amount of burner cards that you can cap a dollar amount to. Cap it under what the reoccurring fee is and it declines automatically. I use it for any free trial.
And the rule is that the comma goes before the 'and' when it joins two independent phrases.
Give me an example when you should use a comma and pausing on it doesn't feel right. And you should absolutely proof read and check for commas by pausing at them.
OP of the post on /r/gaming here - thanks for sharing :)
For some context: The truck is running AirConsole, which is not a physical console, but a website. We have 120 Games and you use your smartphones as controllers for all of them. :)
If you're in Switzerland and want the AirConsole Party Mobile at an event near you, let us know.
If you're farther away, I recommend giving our games a go at home instead. The football/soccer game in the video is Final Goal.
A block is the land, and building's/sidewalk, that sits between streets in a neighborhood. You can go "up the block" or "down the block," which are interchangeable expressions, from one location to another. Or you can go "around the block," which means to walk to the corner or a block and turn without going across the street.
There's not necessarily a fixed length.
> Humanity is designed around greed and selfishness
~~Humanity~~ Civilization is designed around greed and selfishness...
> Humanity is ugly.
I highly recommend you read this book
Civilized to Death ... We (humans) were not always like this and a lot of the issues we seem to think are "human nature" are really not
PS: PM me and I can hook you up with an audiobook copy
You can get garbage sticks designed to pick up trash: EJG 36" Long Trash & Garbage Picker Grabber, Lightweight Aluminium & Rustproof, Litter Pick Up Stick, Trash Tong, Reaching Assist Tool, Reacher Tool for Elderly, Garden Nabber Plogging (Black) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V6FDS9R/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fabc_RvuSFb1M6VWP0
Here's one on Amazon that even advertises itself as being there to bypass the law
If the dogs at the VA had them on, well they're to help anyways and prolly dont need the vest anyways.
The purpose of the service dog vests are to show people "Hey, youre not supposed to touch this dog" because it's doing a job and cant be distracted. The only time you should pet a service dog is with permission from the owner, which is what made me think the person you met didnt really have a service dog.
I know the lunchbox in the photograph is sold out, but I found another space cat lunch box on Amazon.
I found this on Amazon, not sure how long it would keep in a first aid kit, though.
Transcend 15g Orange Glucose Gels in 3-Packs (1) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WLNZJS5/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_F6RLDb9KED8K8
His book Have A Nice Day: A Tale of Blood and Sweatsocks is a real interesting and entertaining read for any fan of the old WWF
Yep, I believe it!! This book I was reading discussed one such sanctuary where all the long-standing elephant residents who are out wandering in the bush, dozens of miles away from the compound, will suddenly show up right before a new batch of elephant orphans arrive. They somehow know the new elephants are coming, and they show up to help the newcomers adjust.
If this kind of stuff fascinates you too, I really recommend this book.
I really think you should get a taser.
It is great that you are interested! If you would like to read more, I would recommend the book Destiny Disrupted by Tamil Ansary. It gives a good overview of Islamic history up to the modern day. Amazon link
Download link for iOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/be-my-eyes-helping-blind-see/id905177575?mt=8
Download link for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bemyeyes.bemyeyes
Yeah. It's really hard to recognize stuff like that because it's literally your own thoughts that are messed up, and "what can we trust if not our own thoughts, right?"
If you're starting new medications or working with your doctor to try and find some/a dosage that works for you, I highly recommend logging brief notes a few times a day, basically just what meds you're on, your energy levels, mood, how much sleep you got. It can help you identify patterns that you wouldn't otherwise notice because your brain's being altered by meds that just aren't right/are too much for you.
Some of the meds I've taken before settling on the right one caused suicidal thoughts. It's really insidious. So please take precautions.
I recommend the Pacifica app. It's built for people with depression/anxiety, so while it's not purpose-built for what I'm suggesting, it's pretty dang close. And it's free.
That, and every parent should have a dechoker tool. It's a thing you put over a kids mouth that will suck obstructions out of their airways.
We put our dog in a Suitical when she had some sores on her belly she wouldn't leave alone. Unlike doggie jammies it covers the whole belly and genital area, so you have to pull it up for potty time (it has a snap crotch, like baby onesies), but it works really well. She was way more comfortable in it than a cone or donut.
I just finished THIS BOOK. If you need a shot of hope for us I would recommend it. I never realized how pessimistically some things are bent when we are taught them and this book shines a hopeful light on the positive sides. It worth your time if you are trying to be an optimist.
It's a Bruder Garbage truck. Source I have 4 kids.
That's definitely a screened in porch, but it's good advice nonetheless. They make stickers that are more or less see through on amazon.
This is one of the best purchases I've ever made. Keeps water cold, won't spill if you knock it over, and you can easily drink one handed. It's literally perfect for next to the bed.