celeste teal

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  • Music
    80s, Folk, Classic Rock, Indie Rock, Swing Jazz
  • Location
    43.7 deg N 79.4 deg W
  • Interests
    Book browsing, sometimes book reading, walking, cuddling dogs...I might take up baking
  • Favourite Book
    Goodnight Moon by Margaret Wise Brown...hush!
  • Favourite TV Show
    The Great British Bake Off, Mr. Robot, Outlander, Firefly, Game of Thrones
  • Favourite Film
    Wonder Woman, Serenity, Carol, Desert Hearts...

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  1. Thanks for posting this, It's such an interesting story and it's nice to see them finally getting recognition.
  2. Happy Family Day!
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    Happy Family Day! (an official holiday in most of Canada)

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    2. JadeBleu15


      @ChemFem agreed!

    3. ChemFem


      My professor made a joke about that today: "like Lincoln, our guest speaker is under the weather, but still has important things to tell us." There was an excerpt of the Gettysburg address on the whiteboard, so I think that was the incident being referenced.

    4. JadeBleu15


      @ChemFem certainly sounds that way. 

  4. Быстрая ходьба для похудения

    It's a balmy 8 C today so I took advantage of the weird respite from winter and went for a brisk 10,000 step walk outside for the first time in weeks. 

    1. myladylove


      We had a bit of a respite from the cold here too, it was lovely walking weather but I didn’t do that many steps. Lol, but it was a nice bit of fresh air. Well done you.

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    We watched the Olympic Mixed Doubles Curling tonight and I've a new celebrity crush -  Anastasia Bryzgalov from Russia. She and her partner won the Bronze medal.

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    2. celeste teal

      celeste teal

      @BenedettaC She's strong and forceful when necessary. I don't have a problem with that :P

      I had a mini panic for her when she had that unexpected tumble over a poorly placed stone! 



    3. celeste teal

      celeste teal


      A winning smile :)

    4. BenedettaC


      Ha, ha, ha... Yes, strong and forceful indeed! :D

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    On top of all the snow that fell on the weekend we received a lovely extra gift of freezing rain that covered everything in a coating of glistening ice, including the tops of transport trucks. Sometimes when you are following one on the highway the ice sheets fly off and sail unpredictably through the air -  our family calls them "decapitators".  

    1. Hungry


      Literally if you're not careful. At your own risk and all that! At least you're aware it's possible but still dangerous and adding stay safe now really isn't enough but I hope everyone in your side of the world does but of course "accidents happen".

    2. ChemFem


      Goodness. Please be careful! To paraphrase the Princess Bride, "there is a shortage of perfect heads in the world. It would be a shame to ruin yours."

    3. Golightly63


      Same here. I think the idiots who don't clear their cars are worse. The ice chunks fly at perfect decapitation height.

  7. shybi

    I hope that we can continue as a community here but IF things can't be worked out we might consider moving to another type of venue. One possibility might be reddit which has existing subreddits that seem to function as a type of forum for people sharing an interest of one kind or another. A quick search revealed two that might be of interest: https://www.reddit.com/r/actuallesbians/ and https://www.reddit.com/r/BiWomen/ A move to reddit (or another type of venue) would be a drastic change for us and would be an absolute final option to keep the wonderful community here alive. It might be possible to create our own specific Shybi subreddit where we could continue as a group with the core values we share - helpful, friendly and caring support, and keep the connections and friendships that we've formed here alive as well. I have no experience whatsoever with reddit. What do others think?
  8. This serene rural landscape - Leeds from Woodhouse Ridge by John Atkinson Grimshaw (1868) immediately made me think of Herland.
  9. This is one that I didn't find in the first hunt! As I see more I'll add them here.