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I donít think my son is spatially impaired , but certainly organizationally impaired would fit as a label.

Iím the organization person in this family. Everyone else depends on me.
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I have the most remarkable stovetop! I LOVE it! It is sooo easy to clean! EVERYTHING lifts out or springs up and over! It has a center grill and a broiler under it. Amazing! If I burn something on the burner pan (occasionally), the burner pans lift out and are so heavily enameled I can wipe off anything like it was unmelted butter! It's a Kitchen Aid from the late 80's. The flame is fully adjustible both highs and lows! But oops! I decided to clean the gas holes on the burners and I lost my balance, and moved the gas pipe mechanisism and turned it sideways!! There's a teeny-weeny leak now when I turn on the front burner- well ummm ... a fireball....inside. Thank goodness for homeowners' insurance. Coming out tomorrow!
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When I say spatially impaired he doesn't remember the pattern of what he has seen. As a kid, he didn't pick out an item on a shelf of say four books, a transformer, a ball and chess set, if he was told look for your transformer on your top shelf, on top your magnetic chess set . It's next to your 4 books. He would just look at the entire shelf at once and not pick out the shape most likely to be a transformer shape! Amazing to me! I'd tell him, see the transformer in your head first, now look for that shape, or color. Or I'd say look at each item left to right and tell yourself what it is you are seeing, a ball, a book etc,. and you will finally see it. There are only 7 items there. You will find it as a process of left to right identification. Now, at 24, if he says 'where are the scissors, they are not in the drawer', I tell him, look for red, Matt. They have a red handle.Funny that he is so much better than I am at so many things and I can't get why he's not as good as I am with visual recognition or visual memory. And he can't get why I take 4 sentences to say what he says in one.
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Good Lord, YES!!!!!! We have so much in common! Is it your son? My son never disciplined himself to LOOK. until he became 24. He often relapses. The items all have homes as my mother would put it. Look in their home! Same drawer you were told last time. "No it's not!"
It works everytime! I just have to get up quickly, get it for him to prove him wrong! I do it still to today! LOL! I set up his house for him, drawer and storage-wise. Almost exactly in the same way and order he grew up LOL! I don't know how he can be so very very smart and so spatially impaired. I was a demanding mother but never a sarcastic one or demeaning joking one until last year. IHe prides himself on his smarts and I finally called him spatially impaired and now he works on proving me wrong. Thank GOODNESS!
spa∑tial∑ly
- in a way that relates to space and the position, area, and size of things within it

PT ^^ Had to look that one up / very fitting, our sons must be related.
- I just use some strong man language, with the right curse words (to illustrate the point)
- always good for a laugh
- mom says son finding things, is a product of his Dad gene's
- I couldn't be happier / we cut from the same cloth

Once Mrs. Beau asked me to find something for our son...I said, "your what the blind to lead the blind" ...LOL
- furniture wise & no clutter, our son lives a minimalist lifestyle now...nothing is lost much in his place
- but Sunday he asked Dad to bring my grass seed ... his seed bag, got lost in his house move (this summer)
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- in a way that relates to space and the position, area, and size of things within it

PT ^^ Had to look that one up / very fitting, our sons must be related.
- I just use some strong man language, with the right curse words (to illustrate the point)
- always good for a laugh
- mom says son finding things, is a product of his Dad gene's
- I couldn't be happier / we cut from the same cloth

Once Mrs. Beau asked me to find something for our son...I said, "your what the blind to lead the blind" ...LOL
- furniture wise & no clutter, our son lives a minimalist lifestyle now...nothing is lost much in his place
- but Sunday he asked Dad to bring my grass seed ... his seed bag, got lost in his house move (this summer)
- use my stuff, easier than looking
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You are still on vacation, by the way. My phone is still charging.


Thanks for the chicken news! My girls don't like cabbage, though. There are still cabbage pieces laying out there from the other day. Guess the coyote doesn't like cabbage, either.

Speaking of chicken news, we counted last night. 22 survivors. Maybe the rest of the flock will last, since the wayward trollops disappeared. Everyone else goes to bed like they are supposed to!

On another topic, the "red thing" hasn't made it here yet.

Beau,

Co-worker made her hubby take it to the shop for a new battery and a thorough check up. I told her she didn't need to do that. Told her we would do all that when we got it here, but she was adamant.

Me, no get it. Guess the price of the thing will now be $400.

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Kelly getting a new hardness - $56.90 shipped to MI, in size Medium.
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What's a new "hardness"? What did I miss!?!

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You all are cracking me up this morning!

All this spatially inept talk.

I'm just lazy!

That's why I can't find my crap!

There! I said it!

I need The Brod and her little helpers to come organize. Won't guarantee things will stay organized, in the house.

Outdoor crap, different story.

Brought chicken supplies home last night and bossed The Mister around until the feed closet was "just so".

I am so mean to him...

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I have the most remarkable stovetop! I LOVE it! It is sooo easy to clean! EVERYTHING lifts out or springs up and over! It has a center grill and a broiler under it. Amazing! If I burn something on the burner pan (occasionally), the burner pans lift out and are so heavily enameled I can wipe off anything like it was unmelted butter! It's a Kitchen Aid from the late 80's. The flame is fully adjustible both highs and lows! But oops! I decided to clean the gas holes on the burners and I lost my balance, and moved the gas pipe mechanisism and turned it sideways!! There's a teeny-weeny leak now when I turn on the front burner- well ummm ... a fireball....inside. Thank goodness for homeowners' insurance. Coming out tomorrow!
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I am jealous of your stove-top!

My Mister had to rig mine after it broke. Hope I don't catch my house on fire!
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What's a new "hardness"? What did I miss!?!

SP - sometimes you got to click on a provided link first....
- before your "gibber (aka mouth)" runs wild, asking questions
- Nylon Dog Harness with Reflective Strap for Training, Walking, Police Service, SAR and More
^^ Beau is NOT your ...being aware, I am impervious to your training tactics
- "me onto your game", I see right through it, like a hole in a shirt

YEA - co-worker is stubborn.
- she will spend $200 extra on Craftsman (the Red m/x), to get original $400 asking price
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I have the most remarkable stovetop! I LOVE it! It is sooo easy to clean! EVERYTHING lifts out or springs up and over! It has a center grill and a broiler under it. Amazing! If I burn something on the burner pan (occasionally), the burner pans lift out and are so heavily enameled I can wipe off anything like it was unmelted butter! It's a Kitchen Aid from the late 80's. The flame is fully adjustible both highs and lows! But oops! I decided to clean the gas holes on the burners and I lost my balance, and moved the gas pipe mechanisism and turned it sideways!! There's a teeny-weeny leak now when I turn on the front burner- well ummm ... a fireball....inside. Thank goodness for homeowners' insurance. Coming out tomorrow!
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZzzzzzzzzzzz.
PT - so true, back when they made appliances to last & mechanical repair parts very cheap.

Few years ago, we replaced all our appliances with new, when sold city house.
- but really researched for the older styles without the expensive computer boards
- as much as possible for non-fancy, that just works real well...day in / day out

What we have had excellent luck with now / no reliability issues:
- Bosch Kitchen appliances / gas range, fridge, microwave, dishwasher
- Breville / toaster oven, coffee maker, slow cooker, blender, bread maker, food processor, etc.
- Speed Queen Commercial washer (top load) ... our old MayTag NG dryer is still doing fine, +20 y/o
^^ Nothing beats the 1980 units in quality & simplicity.
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SP - sometimes you got to click on a provided link first....
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- Nylon Dog Harness with Reflective Strap for Training, Walking, Police Service, SAR and More
^^ Beau is NOT your ...being aware, I am impervious to your training tactics
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YEA - co-worker is stubborn.
- she will spend $200 extra on Craftsman (the Red m/x), to get original $400 asking price
- spend a Dollar to save a Penny
But, I clicked on it, Beau!

Now I have a virus!



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Has anyone here shopped on chewy.com?
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My Mister had to rig mine after it broke. Hope I don't catch my house on fire!

What happened to it ? The door fall off the pot belly stove ????

Oh dang it -- I can't help myself here --- L M AO Oh dang that hurt - I fell out of my chair - lol
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10 iPhone 8 secrets spilled by Apple's superleak
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4. Animojis

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My Mister had to rig mine after it broke. Hope I don't catch my house on fire!

What happened to it ? The door fall off the pot belly stove ????

Oh dang it -- I can't help myself here --- L M AO Oh dang that hurt - I fell out of my chair - lol
That's what we, especially me, do here.

I give myself black eyes all the time!

Your joke about the pot belly stove was a close hit. I have some fireplace stories.

We haven't even tried the wood burning stove since I bought the place. No stories there yet!

Oh! And, all I want for Christmas is a new JD hood with decals.

And, I DIDN'T do it!
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Okay...

I will take a used one that still has the decals.
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Take your pick. You might be able to find a yellow that matches too.



Maybe these two together??



Though I think a pattern might be nicer.

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- Apple tired to make iPhone 8 as camera and gaming console rather a phone. If I need camera I will go for a DSLR and for game will go be best gaming device.!i need a phone which is more with phone features rather anything else. This iPhone doesn't have that. I'm bit disappointed I'm not going for iPhone 8 for sure

- Be careful. iPhone 8 is connected to a database where they can follow you everywhere and knows exactly what you are doing. Even photos aren't safe.
Big brother is watching you, If they doesn't already.
- i have a feeling its a device to keep us under super surveillance

- It's a copy of Samsung s8
- So many Samsung / Android copies in this phone, already been done

- It's a really expensive pocket computer that's also a phone - get over it you sad geeks!

- IPhone 8 start from 799$ and 899$ but IPhone x start from 999$

- Did they end up using the 2700 mAH battery? Have fun charging this thing all the time

- I ditched my iPhone, too many updates, not enough memory and the issue with making old phones obsolete made my choice to switch to Google pixel.

- It's getting SILLY money now , it's putting me off. Why would you pay that for a phone if you are already paying that for a computer

- When iPhone was launched Nokia was the world's biggest mobile phone maker. Will there be another maker to replace Apple and Samsung...the answer is the real next generation of mobile phones.

- Ridiculous price. They are pricing themselves out of the market. Technology generally gets cheaper as time goes on and usage goes up. Except phones I guess.

- lets see the drop tests! Has glass on both sides

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